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The Wilmington College Master of Science (MS) in Occupational Therapy is a residential, entry-level program, that has been designed with a unique focus on rural health care. Students that attend this program will be prepared for practice with all age groups and diverse populations, in a wide variety of health care settings.Occupational Therapy (MS) Request Information
UPDATED Nov. 21, 2022 — The College is enjoying an essentially back-to-normal fall semester when compared with previous terms during the pandemic. Reported positive cases on campus have remained very low since the College implemented a mask-optional policy last spring. Officials will continue to monitor current positive cases on a local and statewide basis while seeking counsel from the Clinton County Health Department and CDC guidelines.
College Also Rated Third in Midwest Region for Upward Mobility
U.S. News & World Report magazine’s Best Colleges 2022-23 rankings place Wilmington College in the upper 30 percent among institutions and third among top performers for social mobility for the entire 12-state, 87-institution Midwest Region.
WC’s 26th place ranking is its best since attaining 23rd place in 2008 and reflects a consistent upward trajectory over the past several years — and a significant jump from last year’s spot at 35th. WC placed fourth among schools in Ohio in the Regional College rankings.
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The Wilmington College Master of Science in Occupational Therapy is a residential, entry-level program, designed with a unique focus on enhancing rural health care services. Students that attend this program will be well-prepared for practice in a wide variety of health care settings, with all age groups and diverse populations. Participation in the program requires a commitment of approximately 24 months, with students spending their first 4 semesters on campus completing the required coursework, and then leaving campus for the last 2 semesters to engage in the required Level II Fieldwork experiences.
Our NEW Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) program is an applied degree designed to enhance your abilities and provide opportunities for management careers in fields ranging from human resources and public relations to social and community services, fundraising and organizational development. Our 33-credit hour MOL will help you become more agile, resilient, and intentional in an ever-changing and unpredictable workplace. Visit the MOL page to see how our master’s degree can help you achieve your career goals.
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