In order to earn the emphasis at Carroll University, pre-health students must complete the four courses associated with the track. These courses will satisfy some prerequisite requirements for admission to most professional/graduate schools in that area. As these requirements vary by school, it is the student’s responsibility to be aware of specific program requirements and to consult with a pre-health advisor for guidance. Additional prerequisite course requirements may exist.
Pre-requisite courses for many Occupational Therapy Programs include*:
Anatomy and Physiology with Lab (2 semesters), Statistics (1 semester), Psychology (1 semester each: Introductory, Abnormal, Lifespan), Cultural Anthropology or Sociology (1 semester), Medical Terminology (1 semester), Chemistry (1 semester), Physics (1 semester).
More information specific to Carroll University’s Master of Occupational Therapy program can be found in the graduate catalog.