Spalding undergraduate students studying occupational therapy, education, athletic training, nursing, psychology or communication may be eligible–with program chair approval–to take courses in this program.
This 15-credit-hour certificate program applies to individuals who have completed at least their bachelor’s degree and are pursuing or engaged in careers in occupational therapy, education, special education, applied behavioral analysis, nursing, speech-language pathology, physical therapy, recreational therapy, or engineering.
In your foundational courses, you will:
You’ll also have the opportunity to expand your learning with an elective course of your choice. See our course offerings.
Students seeking a graduate certificate in Assistive and Adaptive Technology can substitute two three-credit-hour courses for OT 950Z if pursuing a dual post-professional OTD with an AT certificate.
In addition to a completed online application, we require the following for admission to our program:
If you are accepted into the program, you will be eligible to begin classes at the start of the next trimester.