Our pre-occupational therapy track will set you up for success as you seek to provide assistance to individuals who desire to regain independence in their daily lives. You will be positioned for graduate school in occupational therapy when you complete your undergraduate degree.
A common undergraduate degree path is Biology, which will provide you with the prerequisite courses for graduate school. These include biology, physics, statistics, and psychology. You will also be given the opportunity to acquire valuable real-world experience through our job shadowing and internship opportunities.
In addition to our rigorous academic program, you will be challenged to further develop your Christian worldview and integrate your calling with your faith as you pursue a career grounded in science and inspired by compassion.