May 2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
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May 2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

OT 120 - Human Occupations

This course will introduce students to the basic process of activity analysis using various forms of media with specific diagnosis and age groups. The course will focus on the observations, analysis, and performance of human occupations in work, self-care, and play/leisure throughout the life span. Special attention to cultural diversity and ethical concerns are embedded throughout the course. Discussion, presentations, and lab, are used to demonstrate how occupations provide individuals with a sense of purpose and daily structure, thus creating meaningful and healthier lives. Clinical reasoning in occupational therapy is embedded throughout this course. Semester Credit Hours 2.00 semester credit hours Contact Hours: 45.00 Prerequisites/Corequisites: OT 110 .