Undergraduate Courses

Spring 2018 

Orientation to OT
OT-UE 1 001
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 Anatomy (Lecture)
OT-UE 1001
Dr. Offiong Aqua
2 units
This course will provide an anatomy foundation for students who are preparing to enter healthcare fields like occupational therapy, physical therapy, and physician assistant studies. In addition, it will prepare students who aspire to attend medical and dental schools and are currently enrolled in pre-med, pre-chiropractic, pre-dental, and related programs. It will provide students with sound working knowledge of the structure of all human organ systems. The relationship between gross and clinical anatomy will be stressed as well as the integration of these organ systems during normal and abnormal function. Liberal Arts CORE equivalent- satisfies the requirement for Natural Sciences.

**Both OT-UE 1001 and OT-UE 1002 courses must be taken concurrently in order satisfy the Liberal Arts CORE- Natural Science requirement**

Principles of Anatomy (Lab)
OT-UE 1002
Dr. Offiong Aqua
2 unit
This is an introductory anatomy lab course for pre-OT, pre-PT, pre-PA, pre-Med, pre-Chiropractic, pre-Dental and other equivalent health care related programs. It will facilitate the study of anatomy through the observation and examination of skeletons and of human cadavers. The relationship between structure and function will be stressed as well as integration of these and other body systems during normal and abnormal function. Interested students who have not taken Principles of Anatomy OT-UE 1001 will have to pre-qualify for this course. 

Fall 2018

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.

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.