Housatonic Community College 2005-2006 Course Selection Guide for
Occupational Therapy Assistant:  Parent Program  Associate in Science Degree  (Banner code: EA77)   
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Name Banner ID No.

Address

Program Entry Date
  Advisor
Placement Assessment:
MAT* 075 (DS091) _____ MAT* 095 (DS095) _____ DS099 _____  
ENG* 003(DS010) _____ ENG* 013 (DS050) _____ ENG* 043 (EN100R) ____ ENG* 073 (DS 011) _____
Program Requirements :
Semester
Taken
Course
No.
Grade 

Course Number
(Previous No.)

Course Title
Credits
Freshman Year
   
 
ENG* E101 (EN 101) Composition
  3
   
 
BIO* E115 (BI 112) Human Biology
  4
   
 
PSY* E111 (PY 101) General Psychology I
  3
   
 
OTA* E111 (OTA 110) Foundations of Occupational Therapy
  3
   
 
OTA* E115 (OTA 101) Occupational Therapy Assistant I
  4
   
 
ENG* E102 (EN 102) Literature & Composition
  3
   
 
OTA* E121 (OTA 216) Kinesiology
  4
   
 
OTA* E123 (OTA 102) Occupational Therapy Assistant II
  4
   
 
OTA* E113 (OTA 107) Task Analysis
  1
   
 
OTA* E125 (OTA 109) Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy
  3
Sophomore Year
   
 
Fine Arts Elective
  3
   
 
Mathematics Elective
  3-4
   
 
Behavioral Science1 Elective
  3
   
 
OTA* E213 (OTA 201) Occupational Therapy Assistant III
  4
   
 
OTA* E217 (OTA 202) Case Studies in Occupational Therapy
  4
   
 
Social Science2 Elective (ECN*, GEO*, POL*, HIS*)
  3
   
 
OTA* E219 (OTA 211) Occupational Therapy Assistant Seminar
  2
   
 
OTA* E127 (OTA 215) Occupation in Treatments
  1
   
 
OTA* E221 (OTA 217) Professional Preparation
  1
   
 
OTA* E231 (OTA 212) Clinical Practicum - Level IIA
  5
   
 
OTA* E233 (OTA 214) Clinical Practicum - Level IIB
  5
Total Credits
66-67
NOTE: The Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at Housatonic Community College is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) 4720 Montgomery Lane, P.O. Box 31220, Bethesda, Maryland 20824-1220 (301) 652-AOTA.
NOTE: Graduates will be eligible to sit for the program's national certification examination for the occupational therapist assistant administered by the National Board for certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT). After successful completion of this exam, the individual will be a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA). Most states require licensure in order to practice; however, state licenses are usually based on the results of the NBCOT certification examination. Persons who have committed a felony may not be eligible to sit for the national certification exam.

1 Behavioral Science elective. Highly recommended: Adolescent or Abnormal Psychology.

2 Social Science elective. Highly recommended: SOC* E220 Racial and Ethnic Diversity.


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