OT Master's Degree Program Campus Visit 

Registration for MOT Visit Days 2019 has closed.
But you can still book your own campus visit.

Photo of an NMC OT student at work in the pediatrics lab

See What NMC Has to Offer

The results are in.

One-hundred percent of NMC's first Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) graduating class passed the national certification exam. 

Now you have the chance to investigate our programthe only offering of its kind in the region—at an on-campus Visit Day. 

Check back for Summer 2020 dates

Here's what to expect on your NMC visit:

  • Explore our campus, classrooms and state-of-the-art labs
  • Meet the program director and senior leadership
  • Learn about the application process and prerequisites
  • Find out more about the program's structure and curriculum

Fill out the form on this page to sign up. Prospective students must register in advance to attend.

Master of Occupational Therapy Program Highlights

Our MOT program provides classroom learning, research assignments, lab work and clinical experience in a hybrid format of on-campus and online instruction.

Fieldwork assignments begin in the first semester, and students gain hands-on learning opportunities in rural and urban areas throughout the country.

The six-semester, 24-month MOT degree offers students efficient entry into the high-demand OT field

Applications for the fall 2020 cohort will be available on OTCAS this summer. 

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