Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapists help individuals and groups with physical, mental or developmental challenges which interfere with everyday life. By carefully analyzing their capabilities at home, school, work and play, occupational therapists help people recover or gain the ability to particpate in life. With a variety of innovative learning options, Brenau provides graduate education programs preparing students to lead extraordinary lives and to be occpational therapists who excel in practice, inquiry and advocacy. Brenau University offers the Master of Science Occupational Therapy (M.S.O.T.) degree program for entry level professional preparation for occupational therapists. Students already possessing a bachelor’s degree may pursue the MSOT.
Admissions Documents RequirementsVerified CAS Application
Admissions GPA Requirements
3.0 from all college transcripts
Additional Admissions Requirements
bachelor’s degree, minimum 3.0 pre-requisite GPA, Substantial OT Shadowing Hours plus sustained volunteer or life experience with individuals who have disabilities
Brenau University participates in NC-SARA.