Developing Programs

Occupational Therapy Graduate Program

Middle Georgia State University is proud to announce the development of an Occupational Therapy Program, which will serve as a bridge for currently licensed and certified Occupational Therapy Assistants to further their careers by becoming Occupational Therapists. The University is currently seeking Candidacy Status for accreditation through the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education. Check back soon for updates on our progress.

Middle Georgia has received a spot in the accreditation cycle which will allow us to potentially admit students to the MSOT bridge program as early as August 2022.

Students who are interested in pursuing this degree will need to have completed the following no later than May 2022:
1 year experience working as a licensed COTA
Current state license in good standing

Coursework that may be additional to most OTA Program core requirements:
MATH 1200 Elementary Statistics
SOCI 1101 Intro to Sociology
PSYC 3265 Abnormal Psychology
Research Methods (HLSA 3000 recommended)