Occupational TherapyWestern Health Sciences

Academic Programs

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The programs offered by the School of Occupational Therapy encourage self‑directed, motivated and resourceful students to consider the power of occupation in the context of health and well beingsocial inclusion and social justice.

Western's School of Occupational Therapy offers a variety of programs:

Occupational Therapy (MScOT)

This two-year graduate program prepares students with varied undergraduate backgrounds for practice as entry-level occupational therapists.
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Driving Rehabilitation Therapy (MClSc)

This 12-month program qualifies licensed and/or regulated health care professionals to work as entry-level driving rehabilitation therapists.
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Research-Based (MSc/PhD) & Combined Programs

Research-based (MSc/PhD) programs in Occupational Science are offered and may be combined (PhD only; 5 years) with the MScOT program.
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