Course search. Course sub-headings Course overview Occupational therapists have specialised knowledge to promote health and wellbeing through occupation.
Using their understanding of occupation and health, occupational therapists work collaboratively with people who might have limitations, including those caused by injury, health conditions, delayed development or the effects of ageing. Occupational therapy interventions are designed to enhance participation in everyday life and may include activities or assistive devices, or modification of home or work environments to facilitate active engagement in work, home, social and leisure activities. This course draws upon Deakin’s core strengths in health education to ensure you receive a relevant, practical occupational therapy (OT) education that meets changing workforce needs.
Selected students will have the opportunity to complete an honours year as part of this course. Back to top Professional recognition Fees and charges Career opportunities Course rules. Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. The first year of this program combines studies in theoretical and practical occupational therapy, with biological and behavioural sciences.
In second year, students develop this knowledge and apply theory to practical problems of occupational therapy. Third-year students focus on occupational therapy techniques, with clinical practice in teaching units in hospitals and community health agencies. The final year extends clinical experience and examines professional issues. Students also undertake studies in statistics and research techniques.
See the course list for courses that can be studied as part of the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. Studies may be undertaken in the following specialisations. Some placements are outside the Brisbane metropolitan area and students are expected to fund their travel, accommodation and daily living expenses. Students cannot undertake block fieldwork placements outside Australia and New Zealand except:1. UWS: Bachelor of Health Science/ Master of Occupational Therapy.
About the Bachelor of Health Science / Master of Occupational Therapy double degree Occupational therapy is a highly regarded field in which you can apply your knowledge and skills to provide therapy for people who, because of illness, injury or circumstances, are limited in their ability to perform everyday tasks.
You may help someone with a spinal cord injury return to work, you may recommend modifications to their car so that they can drive again, or you may help children with disabilities attend school. Occupational therapy is about getting people to participate fully in every part of their life. The UWS occupational therapy course is among the top programs in Australia, and now is offered as a combined Bachelor of Health Science / Master of Occupational Therapy degree, further raising the standing of UWS graduates in the eyes of clients and potential employers. The first three years of the program result in a Bachelor of Health Science (BHSc) qualification. Practical Experience. School of Occupational Therapy. Teesside University - Inspiring success - University of the Year 2009/10. The University of Aberdeen.
Escola Superior de Saúde do Alcoitão. EESP - Lausanne. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. FH Campus Wien. The University of York. ESTSP - IPP. KHBO. Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge–Oostende (Catholic University College of Bruges–Ostend) provides a whole range of professionally and academically oriented study programmes at the level of Bachelor and Master.
Catholic University College of Bruges-Ostend is the result of a merger of 5 former independent colleges of higher education in Bruges and Ostend Approx. 3800 studentsApprox. 400 members of staff (330 FTE) 4 faculties: Faculty of Engineering TechnologyFaculty of Education and Teacher TrainingFaculty of Health CareFaculty of Management and Business Studies 2 campuses in Flanders, the Dutch speaking region in Belgium: Campus BrugesCampus Ostend Credits for each course are based on ECTS system: 180 credits for a professional Bachelor programme240 credits for an academic Bachelor + Master programme60 credits for an Advanced Bachelor programme or an Advanced Master programmeminimum 20 credits for a postgraduate programme.