An occupational therapy doctorate degree can be obtained through a three-year professional curriculum.
Admission to the professional program in occupational therapy is on a competitive basis with consideration given to pre-professional performance in the sciences, general graduation requirements, leadership potential, volunteer work and personal qualifications.
Students can be admitted to the Occupational Therapy program with 90 undergraduate credit hours that include specific pre-requisite coursework.
Apply to the O.T.D. Program
Students eligible to apply for the O.T.D. professional program must complete their application in OTCAS and submit a UND School of Graduate Studies application form. Applications are available online starting mid-July through December 20.
- Transcripts, letters of reference, resume, volunteer/observation hours documentation, and written essay are all submitted through OTCAS.
- The GRE is not required for application to UND's Occupational Therapy program.
- Required in-person interviews are scheduled for early spring semester.
Each application is thoroughly reviewed.