Occupational therapists holding a master's degree take a total of 52 credits, including course work, and complete a dissertation. New York University graduates with a master's degree in post-professional occupational therapy must complete a minimum of 42 credits and write a dissertation. Full-time or part-time study is available. For course descriptions, see NYU Steinhardt's Graduate Bulletin.
Occupational Therapy Specialization (15 Credits)
Theoretical Foundations for Intervention OT-GE 2762
Developing a Guideline for Intervention OT-GE 2763
Ethics and Analytical Reasoning OT-GE 2764
Cognate Courses (6 Credits)
Foundations (6 Credits)
Departmental Seminar (3 credits)
Occupational Therapy OT-GE 3406
Dissertation Proposal Seminar (3 Credits)
Research Course (3 Credits)
Research design specific to the dissertation
Dissertation Related Courses (15 Credits)
Occupational Therapy Doctoral Colloquium (1 Credit)
OT-GE 3408 for Doctoral Candidates
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