People who need help performing occupations like dressing, driving, gardening, playing with toys or interacting with others require an occupational therapist. Occupational therapy helps individuals develop, maintain or adapt meaningful occupations despite the challenges of age, environment or health conditions. More about occupational therapy

Our accredited entry-level master's degree program puts you right in the OT world. Small class sizes encourage personal attention from faculty members, many of whom work in the field. Community-based service learning and supervised clinical fieldwork experience give you multiple views of real OT practice. We offer outstanding facilities in which to hone your skills.

You'll graduate with a professional portfolio and enter a field in which our students find rewarding careers.

We also offer an online doctorate program in occupational therapy for practicing registered occupational therapists who want to merge their experience and practical skills with prevailing professional knowledge and scholarship.

Interested? Contact the admissions office.

Questions about the program?
Please contact
:
Kimberly Hartmann
Chair, Occupational Therapy
Phone: 203-582-8679
E-mail: kim.hartmann@quinnipiac.edu
Mailing address:
Kimberly Hartmann
N1-HSC
Quinnipiac University
275 Mount Carmel Ave.
Hamden, CT 06518







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