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Entry-level Master of Science in Occupational Therapy Detailed Curriculum Upon acceptance, students must present evidence of the following prior to August 1 of the year admitted: Negative TB skin test results or waiver Current CPR certification Two of the series of three hepatitis B immunization injections First Year May Intersession & Summer Terms I Course Number Course Name Course Description Hours OTHY 3330 Therapeutic Activities in Occupational Therapy This is an introduction to purposeful activity and activity analysis in occupational therapy. Students study the use of crafts, computers, and other media in clinical practice. Lecture, lab. 3 OTHY 4300 Functional Neuroanatomy An analysis of the structure and function of the peripheral, central and autonomic nervous systems, including laboratory study of specimens of human central nervous system. 3 OTHY 3223 Introduction to Occupational Therapy This is a study of the definition, philosophy, history, scope of practice, and educational requirements of the profession. Discussed are the professional roles of the occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant, current health trends, professional organizations, standards of practice, code of ethics, and the certification and licensure processes. Lecture, discussion. 3 Total Hours for First Year May Intersession & Summer Terms 9 Fall Term I Course Number Course Name Course Description Hours OTHY 4400 Gross Anatomy Gross anatomy studies the structural aspects of the human body. The course incorporates lecture and laboratory study of prosected cadaver specimens. 4 OTHY 4230 Occupations Across the Lifespan Occupational therapy's domain of concern stems from the profession's interest in human beings' ability to engage in everyday occupations. Based on previously acquired knowledge on occupation, this required lab style course will study the concept of occupation and its role among healthy individuals at different ages and life stages. Using the occupational therapy practice framework, students will be able to observe and describe typical occupations experience within individuals' cultural, physical, social personal, spiritual, temporal, and virtual contexts. 2 OTHY 4317 Functional Kinesiology Principles of body mechanics and analysis of muscle
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and joint actions in functional coordinated movement are presented. Students are taught skills in manual muscle testing, goniometry, and provocative testing. Lecture, lab. 3 OTHY 4308 Foundations in Occupational Therapy Students examine the conceptual foundations of occupational therapy and explore the role of occupational therapy practitioners as influenced by a variety of service delivery models. The course will assist students with understanding the basic components of documentation of occupational therapy services. Lecture, discussion. 3
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BI 200 taught by Professor Potter during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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