Occupational therapy (OT) helps people across the lifespan resume or maintain participation in the activities that are important to them, including their daily life activities, jobs, leisure and social activities, getting around, and caring for themselves. Occupation therapists treat the whole person and have training in both physical and behavioral health.
Programs in Occupational Therapy at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons are proud to be one of the oldest yet exceptionally progressive programs to prepare occupational therapists as superior clinicians, administrators, educators, and researchers. Their nationally distinguished faculty mentors students on both the masters and doctoral levels to meet the challenges of our complex health care systems.
Please join us for this info session where a representative of the program will discuss it in more detail and answer questions.
Registration is required. The Zoom link to attend will be provided to registered attendees on the day of the meeting in a reminder email. Please reach out to George Macey (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need any assistance with registration.
Additionally, the program offers spaces in their classes for interested students to sit in to see what it is like to be an OT student. Click here for more information: https://www.vagelos.columbia.edu/education/academic-programs/programs-occupational-therapy/master-science/admissions/information-sessions-campus-visits
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