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Pre-Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists help patients dealing with various disabilities or injuries improve or regain their ability to perform daily activities. Many professional occupational therapy programs require a Bachelor's degree prior to admission and others will accept students into their program after three years of undergraduate work. Pre-occupational therapy courses are designed to prepare students for application to one of these professional programs.
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Degree Details

Degree: Non-Degree
Major: Pre-Occupational Therapy

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Pre-Professional Health Sciences
Foster Hall 205
(931) 372-3093
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