Jun 28, 2022  
Xavier University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 2021-2022 
  
Xavier University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

Pre-Occupational Therapy (PMOT) To Master of Occupational Therapy, M.O.T.


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This program is no longer admitting students as freshmen as of Fall 2018. 

This program option is designed to obtain the MOT degree in combination with a previously earned bachelor’s degree in a related area. In process of earning the MOT degree, students will obtain a required concentration in Human Occupation Studies (HOCS) in preparation for graduate coursework in occupational therapy. Prior to admission into the MOT degree program, prerequisite courses must be completed or in process. Transfer students who have a bachelor’s degree in a related field generally have 6 semesters of academic coursework and one summer course plus a post-academic fieldwork internship to complete to meet Xavier University’s requirements for the MOT degree. Xavier accepts equivalent transfer credit work from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education for prerequisite coursework.

Requirements for the Pre-MOT to MOT


Note(s):


  • Earn no more than two “C” or lower letter grades in each course.

Pre-Occupational Therapy (PMOT) to Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)


This block serves as a guideline for progress toward a degree. See your academic advisor.

First Year


First Semester


  • BIOL 140 - Human A&P I for Allied Health
  • BIOL 141 - Hum A&P I Lab Allied Health
  • MATH 156 - General Statistics
  • ENGL 115 - Rhetoric
  • PSYC 231 - Developmental Psychology
  • HOCS 301 - Human Occupation Across Lifesp
  • HOCS 303 - Technlgy for Life Participatn
Total (18)

Second Semester


  • BIOL 142 - Hum A&P II for Allied Health
  • BIOL 143 - Hum A&P II Lab Allied Health
  • MATH 158 - General Statistics II
  • HOCS 323 - Occupatl Justice I:Foundations
  • HOCS 401 - Transformative Nature of Occup
  • HOCS 411 - Condns Influencing Participn
Total (16)

Summer Term


  • PHIL 329 - Bioethics

Second Year


First Semester


  • PHYS 140 - Technical Physics
  • PHYS 142 - Technical Physics Lab
  • BIOL 204 - Functional Neuroscience
  • HOCS 386 - Advanced Kinesiology 
  • HOCS 387 - Advanced Kinesiology Lab
  • HOCS 321 - Analysis of Occupational Perfo
  • HOCS 403 - Creative & Systematic Inquiry
  • HOCS 405 - Occupatnl Justice II: Indp Stu

 

Prerequisite courses completed.

Total (18)

Second Semester


Graduate MOT coursework begins

  • MOCT 501 - Creative & Sys Inquiry II
  • MOCT 502 - Creative & Systematic Inquiry
  • MOCT 503 - Tech for Life Participation II
  • MOCT 505 - Techniques & Tools for OCTH Pr
  • MOCT 507 - Professional Issues I
  • MOCT 609 - Theoretical Found&Clin Reason
Total (14)

Third Year


First Semester


  • MOCT 601 - Graduate Research Project I
  • MOCT 603 - Domns&Proc I:Birth-Early Adult
  • MOCT 605 - Adapt&Tech for Occ Partic I
  • MOCT 607 - Level I Fieldwork:Domns&Proc
  • MOCT 611 - Professional Issues II
Total (14)

Second Semester


  • MOCT 631 - Graduate Research Project II
  • MOCT 633 - Dom & Proc II: Ear Ad Through
  • MOCT 635 - Adapt & Tech for Occ Part II
  • MOCT 637 - Level I Fieldwork: Dom & Proc
  • MOCT 641 - Professional Issues III
  • MOCT 779 - Applied Interprofessional Collaboration
Total (14)

Third Year Fieldwork


  • MOCT 691 - Level II Fieldwork
  • MOCT 692 - Level II Fieldwork

Total (6)


Prerequisite Courses: (29 hours)


HOCS Courses: (26 hours)


MOCT Courses: (48 hours)


MOT Degree TOTAL: (103 hours)


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