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Doctor of Occupational Therapy

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Pacific's innovative Doctor of Occupational Therapy program prepares students to help people of all ages live their best lives by working through injury, disability and illness and practicing overall wellness and vitality in their daily routines. Instruction is delivered in an accelerated, hybrid format, offering interdisciplinary courses via online learning, classroom meetings and simulation labs. 

The cohort-based, 120-unit program consists of eight trimesters (32 months). Students will start with foundational coursework then advance to learning intervention strategies for specific age groups and life challenges. Program graduates will be prepared to promote integrated health and wellness behaviors across the life-span for individuals and diverse communities.

Note: Although there have been changes to our Occupational Therapy Doctoral (OTD) program admission policies due to COVID-19, we are planning to start our charter class as scheduled in January 2021.

For information about recent changes to the OTD program admission requirements in response to COVID-19, we recommend attending one of our online information sessions.