The occupational therapy offers three unique, part-time evening options for adult learners seeking an entry-level or post professional master’s degree education.

1.   Combined BS/MS degree – for OT assistants only who wish to return to school after completion of an associate’s degree in occupational therapy.

2.   Direct-entry MS degree – for students with a non OT bachelor’s degree who wish to return to school to obtain a master’s degree in occupational therapy for entry-level OT practice. Classes begin fall 2014.

NOTE: A felony conviction could affect eligibility to sit for the National Board of Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) examination and make one ineligible for a license from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Allied Health Professionals.