Occupational Therapy students bring energy and excellence to the program. The wealth
of experience and diversity of backgrounds the Occupational Therapy students bring
to the program creates a dynamic and enriching academic community. The Student Occupational
Therapy Association (SOTA) further enriches the program by providing educational, professional and social opportunities
for Occupational Therapy students and the chance to develop leadership skills. Not
surprisingly, SJSU graduates have earned a reputation as highly accomplished clinicians
and leaders in Occupational Therapy.
There are two areas of study within the Department of Occupational Therapy. There is the Entry-Level Master of Science Degree Program, and the Post-Professional Master's Degree Program (Online). Each degree line allows the student to expand their education and enhance their skills as an occupational therapist.
Below are several student links that will assist in directing students throughout the website and hopefully answer any questions they may have about the major or the degree lines. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact the OT department at (408) 924-3070.
|The OT Program offers a choice of several types of clinics as a practicum course for senior occupational therapy students.|
|The Student Occupational Therapy Association (S.O.T.A.) is a non-profit, pre-professional, student-run association which aims to benefit the students in the Occupational Therapy department.|
|Candidates must meet the requirements for admission to the University as well as the requirements for the Occupational Therapy Department. The application process may be found on the link provided.|
|Application forms are available for download or in the OT office (CCB 203).|
||The members of Pi Theta Epsilon, the OT honor society, will be sponsoring three workshops this semester. The first workshop is on using a translator in practice. It will be held on Monday, Mar. 18th, 12:15-1:15 in CCB 210. All are welcome to attend.|