Entry-level - Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Entry-level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program the graduate will be able to:

  1. Utilize clinical reasoning in the occupational therapy process based on critical analysis, reflection and a dedication to excellence in all we do;
  2. Articulate the positive relationship between occupation and health and appreciate the occupational nature of humans as a core philosophical assumption of the profession;
  3. Provide client-centered care based on the principles, beliefs, and values of occupational therapy and a steadfast commitment to Christian values and identity; 
  4. Demonstrate servant-leadership roles leading to an in-depth understanding of a specialized competency in the profession that contributes to solving problems facing people and communities worldwide;
  5. Demonstrate a commitment to scholarly practice and professional growth through lifelong learning and critical inquiry.