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UM-Flint Occupational Therapy Doctorate is first fully accredited program in Michigan

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UM-Flint OTD-Accreditation

It is with extreme pleasure to announce that the University of Michigan – Flint Occupational Therapy Doctorate program has been granted full accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)! This makes the UM-Flint OT program the first fully accredited doctoral program for occupational therapy in

Graduate Studies during the Covid pandemic: OTD

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It has now been five weeks since the University of Michigan-Flint made the decision to transition all of our courses to remote coursework. While this sudden change proposed challenges and opportunities for faculty and students alike, we asked some of our Graduate Student Ambassadors how they are handling their newfound remote learning environment.  My soccer coach once

Graduate Studies during the Covid pandemic: OTD

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It has now been four weeks since the University of Michigan-Flint made the decision to transition all of our courses to remote coursework. While this sudden change proposed challenges and opportunities for faculty and students alike, we asked some of our Graduate Student Ambassadors how they are handling their newfound remote learning environment.  The change to remote

Graduate Studies during the Covid pandemic: OTD

Posted by & filed under Occupational Therapy.

It has now been four weeks since the University of Michigan-Flint made the decision to transition all of our courses to remote coursework. While this sudden change proposed challenges and opportunities for faculty and students alike, we asked some of our Graduate Student Ambassadors how they are handling their newfound remote learning environment.  The change

AR Wiencek on Year One in the Occupational Therapy program

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I obtained my bachelors degree in Exercise Science and Health Sciences with a minor in Psychology from the University of Idaho. I found myself deciding between three doctoral programs, and ultimately chose the University of Michigan’s Occupational Therapy (OTD) program here at UM-Flint. I was excited to move closer to my hometown of Cleveland, Ohio.