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Gannon University and the Occupational Therapy Department
receives and reviews applications for the professional entry-level
Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy program and all
applicant credentials exclusively through the Occupational Therapy
Centralized Application Service (OTCAS), provided by the American
Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). This includes information
from all previously attended university or college transcripts,
letters of recommendation, OT observation hours, personal essay and
supplemental materials. Full application instructions can be found
on the Gannon University, Professional Entry-Level Master page by
Applications received after this deadline will be reviewed if
space is available in the program.
The minimum requirements to be considered for acceptance into
the Occupational Therapy program at the graduate level include:
Prerequisite coursework to include:
Please note: The Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
program starts in the summer with on-line and hybrid coursework (up
to 12 credits). Full-time, on- campus graduate coursework starts in
the fall semester.