The Master of Science in Occupational Therapy is an immersive, full-time accredited program for students who want to improve the quality of life and functional independence for clients of all ages. Students learn to evaluate, integrate, and apply the principles of occupational therapy both in the classroom and through service learning and fieldwork experiences. Innovative, close-knit classes ensure that students receive personalized attention and focus from professors.

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Occupational Therapist currently ranks #13 on the Best Job list according to the U.S. News and World Report 2019!

All of my professors know my goals and my personal learning style. The close-knit environment was conducive to introspective learning. I have really gotten a lot out of my experience in the occupational therapy program–the department became my family.
Kyle Oates 18'
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I Love OT Podcast

If you are interested in learning more about Occupational Therapy, check out the I Love OT podcast hosted by program director, Michael Roberts. The podcast celebrates what is special, exciting, unique, and rewarding about occupational therapy.

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Gaining Experience in the OT Field

Level 1 and Level 2 fieldwork enables you to implement classroom strategies directly in a clinical setting. Regis has partnered with local organizations to provide a broad array of fieldwork opportunities, however, you may also arrange placement outside of the Boston area. Level 2 fieldwork, at the end of the program, is a 12-week full-time internship, which students frequently complete in their home state.