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Occupational Therapy Program

Professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)

Creighton University / UAA Occupational Therapy Program

Creighton University logoThe Creighton University (CU)-UAA Occupational Therapy initiative admits up to 12 students each fall term to the professional entry-level occupational therapy program. This program includes asynchronous and synchronous teaching and learning in a unique hybrid model. Students have classes in both a traditional and distance format with labs being held on the campus of UAA.

This program is three and a half years in length, with students taking full-time course loads each term and clinical internships during the second and third summers. After successful completion of the program, students will receive an OTD (Occupational Therapy Doctorate) from Creighton University and be eligible to sit for the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) examination.

The Occupational Therapy office is located in the Professional Studies Building (PSB), room 146.  

Students should visit the Creighton University website to learn more about prerequisites and program information. See the links below.