Minor in Health Studies - Occupation and Daily Life OCCU 2000   Occupation and Daily Life
This introductory course for students in any field of study is designed to explore the meaning of occupation in everyday life. Typically, the term “occupation” refers to categories of paid work. This course will explore a broader understanding of occupation as a framework for daily living; namely what we need to do, want to do, or have to do daily, and over time. Students will be exposed to a broad range of literature on occupation, including personal and environmental factors that influence, and are influenced by, occupation. Students will gain a deeper understanding of occupation as the foundation of everyday life through a range of perspectives and experiential activities.
FORMAT: Lecture
FORMAT COMMENTS: 3 lecture hours/discussion
RESTRICTIONS: None. This course is OPEN to non-Occupational Therapy students