The Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) at Pace University College of Health Professions is a hybrid weekday program designed to prepare competent and ethical Occupational Therapy practitioners who maximize clients’ quality of life and occupation engagement through technology, evidence-based, client-centered, and inter-professional practice.
The curriculum is delivered using a blended method combining both online and face-to-face instructions. Students can complete the program within 28 months with a total of 70 credits of didactic coursework and fieldwork components. Students are engaged in two levels of clinical fieldwork, Level I and Level II. There are three Level I Fieldworks that are associated with three practice courses: Pediatrics, Mental Health, and Physical Dysfunction. Level II fieldwork consists of 24 weeks of full-time experiences in two different practice settings.