School of Health and Medical Sciences

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Upon completion of the Seton Hall Occupational Therapy curriculum, students will be competent entry-level ethical practitioners, contributors, managers and servant leaders who work collaboratively in interprofessional healthcare arenas.

  1. Practitioner: Students will engage in occupational therapy process that integrates environmental factors, activities, occupations and body structures and functions for the promotion of everyday functional performance and participation.
  2. Contributor: Students will use research evidence to inform occupational therapy interventions, to advocate for clients and the profession and to educate clients and families.
  3. Manager: Students will apply management principles and strategies to direct occupational therapy services, to promote interprofessional practice and to ensure legal and ethical practice.
  4. Servant Leader: Students will collaborate with community agencies and other professionals to identify strengths and challenges to health and wellness, occupational-justice issues and activity and participation and advocacy needs of underserved populations. Students will develop and apply occupation-based strategies to address identified needs.

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