The Athletic Training program at Wilmington College is one of the oldest and largest programs in the state of Ohio. Our reputation for producing quality graduates reaches far and wide. Established in 1978 by WC Athletics Hall of Fame member, Roger Tewksbury and Medical Director, Dr. John Turba, the athletic training program at WC has a long and impressive history of producing high quality ATCs.
We offer both a traditional 2-year option to those students who have already obtained undergraduate degree and an accelerated 5-year option to those who wish to enroll at Wilmington College as an undergraduate.
The Wilmington College Master of Science Program (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. Participation in the program requires a commitment of approximately 27 months. The students spend the first 5 semesters on campus completing required coursework and then leave campus for the last 2 semesters to engage in the required Level II Fieldwork experiences.
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