Undergraduate Courses

Fall 2016

Orientation to OT
OT-UE 1
2 units
This two-credit course is designed for undergraduate students who may be interested in pursuing a career in the health professions. It explores the field of occupational therapy through weekly seminars and clinical site visits. Students will learn the basic roles and functions of an occupational therapist and the role of occupational therapy in medical, educational, and community models, as well as emerging areas of practice.

Human Anatomy
OT-UE 1401
Dr. Offiong Aqua
3 units
Structure & function of the skeletal, muscular, nervous & circulatory systems. The course is given in lecture format & enhanced with models, slides, handouts, & videotapes.

Neuroscience
OT-UE 1873
Dr. Gerald Voelbel
3 units
Neuroanatomy & neurophysiology underlying occupational therapy theory & practice. A foundation in neuroscience to facilitate understanding human performance as the culmination of the influences of multiple systems.

 

Spring 2017

Orientation to OT
OT-UE 1
2 units
This two-credit course is designed for undergraduate students who may be interested in pursuing a career in the health professions. It explores the field of occupational therapy through weekly seminars and clinical site visits. Students will learn the basic roles and functions of an occupational therapist and the role of occupational therapy in medical, educational, and community models, as well as emerging areas of practice.

Principles of Human Anatomy
OT-UE 1001
Dr. Offiong Aqua
3 units
Structure of the human body with emphasis on the musculoskeletal & nervous systems. The relationship between structure & function will be stressed as well as integration of these & other body systems during normal & abnormal function. Students learn all the skeletal system, muscles, peripheral vasculature & nervous systems.

Human Anatomy Laboratory
OT-UE 1402
Dr. Offiong Aqua
1 unit
Follows & complements the lecture material presented in the fall semester (OT-UE 1401). Students dissect human cadavers for the purpose of learning the skeletal, muscular, nervous, & circulatory systems.