Master of Science in Occupational Science - Occupational Science Theory: Doing, Being, Belonging, Becoming OCCU 6510   Occupational Science Theory: Doing, Being, Belonging, Becoming
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This is a foundational course in occupational science that critically examines current theoretical and conceptual models informing occupational science and the evidence supporting human occupation. Course content will be used to explore and critique contemporary theoretical models and constructs that have evolved within the occupational science literature and related interdisciplinary fields that inform occupational science. This course will provide students with the opportunity to examine humans as occupational beings, the relationship between occupation and health and social phenomena (e.g., well being, equity, sustainability), as well as consider how occupational science theories, models and constructs may be used to address contemporary health and social issues. This course will encourage students to apply occupational science theories, models and constructs to analyze contemporary health and social issues facing society as well as to develop new insights and potential solutions to respond to them.
FORMAT: Online Delivery
RESTRICTIONS: Open to graduate students and Special Student-Graduate Studies in any field, by permission of instructor