An Overview of NUMSS Admissions to the Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) Program
Why Enroll in the OTD program?
Designed for practicing occupational therapists, the OTD program integrates occupational therapy art and science, as well as professional and experiential education. It provides an OT with the necessary knowledge base to become a doctor of occupational therapy. Core courses within this OT doctoral program include differential diagnosis, diagnostic imaging, pharmacology, nutrition, and manual medicine.
Why Choose to Study OTD at NUMSS(Spain)?
OTD Admission Prerequisites
Curriculum for the Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) Program (1 year Full Time, 1280 hours total, 640 hours per semester)
|1st year (1st semester)||1st year (2nd semester)|
|DS 202 Diagnosis and Symptomology||OC 301 Clinical Management in Occupational Therapy I|
|LD 202 Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis||OC 302 Clinical Management in Occupational Therapy II|
|CN 102 Clinical Nutrition||OC 303 Clinical Management in Occupational Therapy III|
|PA 302 Physical Assessment||OS 102 Manual Therapy Skills|
|CP 301 Clinical Pharmacology||RX 402 Diagnostic Ultrasound|
|PA 201 Pathology||ND 202 Neurodiagnosis|
|PL 101 Optional Class: Practical Lab (Techniques review, 1 week full time, in Spain, USA or Panama)||RX 401 Principles of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging|
|TH 402 Research Project and Thesis|
|PL 102 Optional Class: Practical Lab (Techniques review, 1 week full time, in Spain, USA or Panama)|