In 1999, Creighton began offering the nation's first entry-level Doctorate in Occupational Therapy program. Since then, we've helped set new standards in the profession by emphasizing the complex relationships between neurology, occupation, and function in the treating and preventing of disability.
In a little more than three years, you can complete the academic and clinical work required to earn the highest degree in the field of occupational therapy.
Students in the Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program will be provided with a tablet computer that is leased on their behalf by the School. This is the only computer for which technical assistance will be provided by the School and its cost is included in the tuition for the program. The computer will have all of the essential software needed by the student in the program installed.
OTD education and OTD practice depends on graduates being well-versed in information technology and networked information resources. Occupational Therapy Doctors rely extensively on information systems for the provision of OTD care to patients. We intend to insure that our graduates are well prepared to capitalize on the opportunities that lie ahead for education, research and professional practice using advanced information technologies.
Have additional questions? Find out more about this program by contacting the admissions staff. Request more information or give us a call at 1-800-325-2830 Ext. 1.