Occupational Therapy
Info Session


  • Tuesday, July 21

    With a bachelor's in any field, become an occupational therapist. More

  • 1st Occupational Therapy Chair

    Lisa Tabor Connor leads New England's only entry-level OTD program. More

  • Faculty Member Honored by AOTA

    Program Director Regina Doherty inducted as Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association. More

OT News View

May 11, 2015

Largest Class Graduates

MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell gives Commencement speech as 551 students gradute in nursing, physical therapy, communication sciences and disorders, and health professions education.

April 27, 2015

Three Named Schweitzer Fellows

Students will create programs and implement strategies to assist disadvantaged people in Boston area.

April 22, 2015

Taking a "Paws" From Studying

Therapy dogs provide stress relief for students preparing for final exams.

The Institute Advantage

The Institute Occupational Therapy Program is the first entry level Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree in New England.  This innovative and highly interprofessional curriculum prepares you to think critically about occupational therapy practice, and provides you with the skills and scholarly experience needed to excel in today’s dynamic health care and education systems.