Congratulations to the OT Class of 2013 on a 100% pass rate for first time test takers of the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) certification examination!
At the University of Southern Indiana, the Occupational Therapy Program promotes academic and professional excellence by preparing students, distinguished for their strong clinical skills and high levels of professionalism, to become credentialed occupational therapy practitioners at the entry level.
At the time of graduation, the student will have acquired an education in liberal arts and sciences and have been exposed to a variety of service models and systems commonly used in current occupational service delivery.
The student will understand the importance of diversity in occupational therapy practice and be able to articulate adherence to ethical standards, values, and attitudes of occupational therapy practice.
Finally, the student will value the role of life long learning and remaining current in practice.
All of these goals are achieved as faculty demonstrate leadership in occupational therapy education, practices, scholarship, and service by sharing their expertise through innovative teaching strategies, presentations, publications, creative works, service provision, collaboration, consultation, and political action to enrich the occupational therapy profession.