Master of Science (Occupational Therapy) (MSc OT) to enter the profession - Theories of Occupation, Enabling & Justice OCCU 5000   Theories of Occupation, Enabling & Justice
This course explores and analyzes the theories, practice models and frames of reference that are foundational to the occupational therapist’s view of occupation, participation, occupational performance, enabling occupation, and occupational justice. Consistent with the School’s educational philosophy of experiential learning, the class format includes but is not limited to small and large group discussions, case scenarios, presentations, labs, and written assignments. Students are expected to engage in creative problem solving and critical and reflective analysis when completing assignments and participating in class and laboratory discussions. TECHNOLOGY: Consult for current technology requirements
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FORMAT COMMENTS: Onsite, mixed methods, lab, Brightspace
PREREQUISITES: Admission to the MSc (OT) program, or SSGS (Special Student Graduate Studies) status by permission of the instructor