Occupational Therapy Doctorate
This 36-credit doctoral program will prepare practicing occupational therapists to become advanced practitioners who are evidence-based leaders. Graduates will have the skills needed to promote, develop, and manage clinical research, educate clients, families, and communities, or become a manager or entrepreneur. Advanced practice courses will be offered in pediatrics, neuroscience/neuro rehab, and community practice, among others. Students will be required to attend one two to three day weekend on campus each semester, with the rest of the coursework completed online. Students will take two courses per semester, year round, and can complete the degree in two years.
Admissions Documents RequirementsOfficial College Transcript(s), Written Essay/Goal Statement, OT License, Letter of Application
Admissions GPA Requirements
3.0 from all college transcripts
Additional Admissions Requirements
Currently practicing and licensed occupational therapist, Master’s degree or at least 30 credits of graduate coursework,
Brenau University participates in NC-SARA.