This course will familiarize students with the history of the profession, the theories and models of practice, and the clinical reasoning concepts that provide a foundation for the practice of occupational therapy. The meaning of occupation for the promotion of health and wellness, and the application of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process, 3rd ed. will be related to current and emerging trends in the profession. Pre-requisites: Admission into the Occupational Therapy Program; Interdisciplinary Health Studies baccalaureate students must first complete all leadership and general education courses. Credit: 3 hours. This course is offered in a hybrid format.
Course Section Description
Full Semester Course (G) – Course runs 8/23 to 12/12
Hybrid course with online requirements. Campus meeting dates 09/11, 10/02, 10/23, 11/13 & 12/11.