Occupational Science Major — B.S.

Note: This degree does not provide eligibility for certification or licensure in occupational therapy. It is awarded after four years of study in the five-year B.S./M.S. program in occupational science/occupational therapy.

Major department requirements

OTBS 20100Human Development I

3

OTBS 20200Human Development II

3

OTBS 30500Applied Occupations I

0 to 3

OTBS 32000Clinical Psychiatry in Occupational Therapy

3

OTBS 33500Individual and Group Work in Health Sciences

0 to 4

OTBS 40000Functional Human Anatomy

0 to 5

OTBS 41000Neuroscience

0 to 3

OTBS 42100Kinesiology

0 to 4

OTBS 42500Clinical Management in Occupational Therapy

3

OTBS 43000Applied Interventions in Occupational Therapy

0 to 3

OTBS 44000Concepts in Adult Occupational Therapy

0 to 4

OTBS 44500Concepts in Pediatric Occupational Therapy

0 to 4

OTBS 45000Adult Evaluation and Intervention Processes in Occupational Therapy

0 to 3

OTBS 45500Pediatric Evaluation and Intervention Processes in Occupational Therapy

3

OTBS 46000Research Methods in Occupational Therapy

0 to 3

OTBS 46500Occupational Therapy Research Seminar

1

OTBS 47100Adult Clinical Conditions in Occupational Therapy

3

OTBS 47500Pediatric Clinical Conditions in Occupational Therapy

2

Total Credit Hours:63

Required courses outside the department

BIOL 11900Fundamentals of Biology

4

BIOL 20600Primary Human Anatomy

3

CHEM 10100Chemistry and Your Body

3

COMP 11000Computers and Information Technologies

3

PHIL 23000Bioethics

3

or

PHIL 10100Introduction to Philosophy

3

or

PHIL 21200Introduction to Ethics

3

PSYC 10300General Psychology

3

PSYC 32100Abnormal Psychology

3

SOCI xxxxxSociology elective

3

and/or

ANTH xxxxxANTH xxxxx Anthropology

3

WRTG 10600Academic Writing I

3

or

WRTG 11100Academic Writing II

3

WRTG xxxxxWriting elective

3

HLTH 20500Critical Health Issues

3

PTBS 31300Clinical Physiology

3

Total Credit Hours:43

Writing elective: above WRTG 11100

Electives outside of major department

Mathematics placement in level II

0-4

For more information, see Math Placement Exam (http://www.ithaca.edu/catalogs/ug1112/hs/mathematics/)

HSHP/aging studies electives

Select 3 credits from the following:

SLPA 10901American Sign Language I

3

SLPA 15000Introduction to Communication Disorders

3

RLS 10100Leisure and Society

3

RLS 10300History and Philosophy of Leisure

3

RLS 10400Cooperative Games Facilitation

1

RLS 10500Fundamentals of Leadership

3

RLS 12500Understanding Disability: Characteristics, Causes, Services

3

RLS 21500Youth at Risk

3

RLS 23800Leisure and Aging

3

HLTH 10500Healthy Choices

1

HLTH 11300Personal Health

3

HLTH 12200Emergency Health Care

1

HLTH 15200Introduction to Health and Physical Education

3

HLTH 20200Human Nutrition

3

HLTH 21300Wellness: Multicultural Perspectives on Health and Healing

3

HLTH 22700Stress: Its Nature and Management

3

HLTH 22800Human Sexuality

3

HLTH 22900Disease and Lifestyle

3

HLTH 24000Health Promotion and the Older Adult

3

EXSS 16200Introduction to Fitness and Exercise Science

2

EXSS 32000Neuromuscular Control

3

OTBS 21000The Cancer Experience

3

HINT 31200Health Care and Culture

3

HINT 31300Health Care and Culture: An International Field Experience

1

SPMM 29500Social Aspects of Sport

3

SPMM 29700Sport: Philosophical Perspectives

3

SPMM 29800Gender Issues in Sport

3

PTBS 20200Rehabilitation for Older Adults

1

GERO 10100Introduction to Aging Studies

3

GERO 31900Aging and Social Policy

3

Summary

Major department requirements

63

Required courses outside department

43

Math requirement

0-4

HSHP/aging studies elective

3

Free electives (3 credits must be LA)

9-13

Total, B.S. in occupational science

122

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