Electives and Other Course Offerings

Occupational Therapy courses available through the College of Extended & International Education:

OTR 410 – Introduction to the Scope of Practice and Conceptual Foundations of Occupational Therapy (2 units)

OTR 410- Introduction to the Scope of Practice and Conceptual Foundations of Occupational Therapy course provides students an overview of the complex scope, philosophical foundation, history, areas of practice, professional and ethical roles and responsibilities, models of practice and service delivery, professional development, and career growth in occupational therapy.

The course also explores how occupational therapists develop and implement interventions for client populations across the lifespan in various practice settings. It involves examination of how concepts in occupational therapy becomes a means of directing a person’s participation in tasks selected to develop, maintain or restore skills in daily living. Students will use materials presented in lectures, in-class discussions, audio-visual materials, guest speakers, and written and oral assignments to meet the course objectives.

For registration contact Extended Education at (310) 243-3741

Offered every Fall, Spring, and Summer semester 

Paul L. Penoliar, OTR/L C/NDT
Adjunct Faculty and Clinical Instructor

 

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