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  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018

Pre-Professional Program in Occupational Therapy (Health Professions)


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Students from Departments within the School of Health Professions
Jillian Panigot, 269-471-6490, (Physical Therapy Building)

The occupational therapist helps people cope with psychological or physiological dysfunction.

 

Pre-Professional Programs


The School of Health Professions offers certain pre-professional curricula for students who plan to enter professional schools. For medical and paramedical curricula, Andrews University maintains a special relationship with Loma Linda University.

Prerequisites for Loma Linda University Admission


The prerequisites for admission to the MOT program are listed below.  Prerequisites must be taken from regionally accredited colleges or universities, and must be completed no later than December prior to our June start date. 

 

Prerequisites:

Proof of completion of B.A. or B.S. degree in another field from a regionally accredited college or university, with a minimum GPA of 3.00.

Human Anatomy with lab (Courses taken older than five years will not be accepted)

Human Physiology, with lab (Courses taken older than five years will not be accepted)

Statistics (Courses taken older than five years will not be accepted)

Human Lifespan Development (Must cover life cycle from birth to death)

Medical Terminology (We will accept some on-line CE courses; please check with your department first for approval)

Observation/Volunteer Service


40 hours of observation in occupational therapy settings. Documentation of observation must be submitted prior to admission consideration.  The observation evaluation form can be found at this link: http://www.llu.edu/assets/alliedhealth/documents/ot/motobforms.pdf 

 

Note:


A minimum grade of C is required for transfer credit. C- and D grades are not transferable.

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