Getting back to the job of living. This is the mantra of occupational therapists as they help people across the life span participate in the things they want and need to do through therapies to restore skills for everyday activities. Occupational therapists are responsible for helping patients regain their ability to perform daily living and work activities after having lost these abilities because of mental, physical, developmentally or emotionally disabling conditions.
The master's-level program in Occupational Therapy at FIU CNHS prepares students who have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited university to become occupational therapists. The College also offers an online Post-Professional Master of Science in Occupational Therapy for occupational therapists who have been NBCOT certified at the baccalaureate level.
Visit our Occupational Therapy site for more information.