Occupational Therapy

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Explore the Department of Occupational Therapy

The Department of Occupational Therapy delivers undergraduate and graduate programs of distinction, serves the community as well as professional colleagues and organizations, and focuses research and scholarly activities based on the advancement and promotion of occupational therapy and occupational science.

UNH offers a bachelor's to graduate degree program, allowing students in the BS Occupational Therapy program to enter the MS or OTD program with advanced standing, completing the graduate program in 5.5 or 6 years, respectively.

Prospective students with a degree in another area of study may apply to the MS Program or the OTD Program. Both programs begin in the summer session (pending final approval). Students in the MS Program complete the 2.5 year degree program after 6 semesters and students in the OTD Program complete the 3 year degree program after 8 semesters.

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