School of

Occupational Therapy

UIndy OT programs

UIndy's School of Occupational Therapy offers the following comprehensive and hands-on programs:

Our entry-level programs (OTD and MOT) differ in two ways: the format and the clinical experiences. The OTD program is full-time and requires an additional level of in-depth field work experience. The MOT program is part-time and works well for career changers and those who wish to continue working while going to school.

What is occupational therapy?

Occupational therapists are committed to restoring independence, function and the performance of daily activities by individuals of all ages in their home, school, workplace and community. Occupational therapy maximizes the fit between what individuals want to accomplish, their capacity to do so, and the resources needed.

A career that's in demand

As the U.S. healthcare system continues to move toward home and community-based services, the roles for occupational therapists will only increase. Occupational therapy is consistently ranked as a “best job” in a number of national polls.

Top ranked

The UIndy School of OT is ranked among the best graduate schools in the nation and is fully accredited. We offer students the opportunity to work with outstanding faculty and earn a degree from a school with an excellent reputation. Let us help you reach your potential today!

Register for
Fall Open House

If you are interested in learning more about our OTD or MOT programs, please join us September 12, 2015 for the College of Health Sciences Open House.

For more information or to register  ►

The Krannert School of Physical Therapy will move to UIndy's new Health Pavilion in Fall 2015.

State-of-the-art facilities

Beginning in Fall 2015, the School of Occupational Therapy will join the University’s other health care and wellness-related disciplines and industry partners in UIndy’s new Health Pavilion, which will provide clinical facilities to serve the community and classroom and lab facilities for academic and research endeavors. The Health Pavilion will be an integrated hub where faculty, students and healthcare professionals can collaborate on education and research.