OTA Program Prerequisites O WR121 English Composition I O MTH65 Fundamentals of Algebra II O (5 year requirement) O BI101 Introduction to Biology I w/lab Or BI211 General Biology I w/lab O CS120 Concepts in Computing I http://www.roguecc.edu/AlliedHealth/OTA/
Additional Requirements for Application Experience O Observation Experience: Receive points for observing direct Occupational Therapy services in one or more of the following settings. Must have been completed within last 2 years (since April 2012). No more than 4 hours from any one site will be considered for points. 2-3 hrs = 1 pt, 4 hrs = 2 pts; 6 points max Setting Options: — Pediatrics — Physical Disabilities — Geriatrics O Volunteer/Work Experience: Receive points for any combination of paid work and/or volunteer experience involving direct patient contact in a healthcare setting. Must have been completed within last five years (since April 2009). 24 hrs = 1 pt, 48 hours = 2 pts, 72 hours = 3 pts, 96 hours = 4 pts; 4 points max O Computerized Placement Test (CPT) for Reading or Petition to waive
More Application Info. O Complete Online Pre-Application Information Session: (print certificate) www.lbccstart.com/#!ota/cjg9 O Official Transcripts from non-RCC institutions O Residency documentation O Personal statement of interest O Background check and Immunizations
Gen Ed Courses O BI121 Elementary Anatomy & Physiology I w/lab and BI122 Elementary Anatomy & Physiology II w/lab O HPE295 Health and Fitness for Life O PSY201 General Psychology I and PSY202 General Psychology II O PSY215 Life Span Human Development O PSY219 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology O SOC204 Introduction to Sociology O Planned Additions include: MO100 Medical Terminology WR227 Technical Writing and SP218 Interpersonal Communication
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