Occupational Therapy Doctorate - Post Professional

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The Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate is an online academic program within the College of Health Professions.  It is designed for working occupational therapists with a Master’s degree who want to advance their leadership skills, expand their understanding of population health, increase their ability to rigorously implement evidence-based practice, and grow their instructional skills for teaching in educational, professional, and community settings.  The program is 30-credits over 5 semesters, part time with 2 online classes per semester, requires 3 intensive in-person weekends at MUSC, and embraces a cohort model to foster community and shared learning.