Academic Programs

Occupational Therapy, A.A.


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Occupational therapy is treatment by means of mental and physical activities, including arts and crafts. The ultimate objective of the occupational therapist is to help individuals help restore themselves to their highest level of independence through improvement of their physical, emotional and social well-being. You may complete the Associate in Arts or the Associate in Science degree depending on the transfer institution. The program listed meets Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) and is an A.A. program.

Students interested in this degree should choose the Liberal Arts major on the application.

Composition I3
Principles of Biology4
Introduction to Sociology3
Introduction to Psychology4
Composition II3
General Inorganic Chemistry I5
Arts and Crafts3
College Algebra3
Developmental Psychology3
Human Anatomy4
Human Physiology4
Introduction to Speech3
Introduction to Theater3
Issues in the Environment OR3
Environmental Politics3
Introduction to Geography4
Fundamentals of Physics I4
Introduction to Ethical Theory1
Medical Ethics1


STSK 1110 Freshman Seminar (1) credit is required.

Fulfill a minimum of 4 credits from two of the three areas.  HLTH 1101, CSCI 1102, or any Physical Education course.

* If either PSCI 2210 or GEOG 1101 is taken to meet Areas 5 and 10, only three credits of Social Science electives are required.


Updated: si 4/30/14