University of Canberra

Master of Occupational Therapy

University of Canberra

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00212K

Delve deeper into the science and strategies that help people live full and meaningful lives regardless of age, disability, social or mental limitations, with this thought-provoking 2-year, full time, UC Master of Occupational Therapy course.This study path is perfect for students who are committed to a career transforming the lives of everyday people, groups, and communities and are serious about earning the qualifications to prove it.In this course, you will get to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of health-related issues, top up your credentials with researched based competencies; and gain valuable on-the-job experience in real life scenarios.Successful completion of this course will earn you a qualification recognised by Occupational Therapy Australia and the World Federation of Occupational Therapists which can open doors and opportunities in the health profession on a global scale.Apply today and become the difference in the lives of others.

Structure

48 credit points

Subjects

  • Occupational therapy

Standard entry requirements

A completed bachelor's degree in any discipline with a credit or higher average.Admission to this course is competitive. Applications will be assessed on the basis of academic merit and the number of available places. Please be advised that domestic applications open on the 1st September each year.

Study pathways

Exit awards: Graduate Certificate in Health Studies; Graduate Diploma in Health Studies

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Canberra Domestic: $62,000
International: $92,000
Yes
  • Full-time : 2 years
  • Part-time : 2 years

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