If you already know your future is in occupational therapy, there’s no reason to wait eight years to get there. The 3:2 Fast OT program makes it happen in five years. You’ll spend your first four years taking undergraduate and graduate courses to complete your bachelor’s degree in health care management, and then you’ll apply to graduate school to complete your master’s degree in occupational therapy in just one year. Just two years from now, you could be starting your OT practical courses—and just three years after that, you could be starting your career as an occupational therapist.
Learn more from the School of Health Professions.