Undergraduate Minor in Occupational Science | Courses
OT 220: Introduction to Occupational Therapy* Just 2 units!
Mondays 12:00 - 1:50pm or Tuesdays 6:00 - 7:50pm
Learn how to make the most of your college life and create a healthy living environment to maximize your potential.
*This 2-unit course is provided for students interested in learning more about occupational science without completing the full OS Minor. OT 220 is not available for credit towards the minor.
OT 250: Introduction to Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
TTh 11:00am - 12:20pm or TTh 3:30 - 4:50pm
What you choose to do or not do, instant by instant, day by day, and year by year, shapes who you will become and how healthy you will be. Develop your expertise in life design, beginning with your own.
OT 251: Across the Lifespan: Occupations, Health and Disability
Explore the power of occupation and its ability to be transformative throughout the lifespan for all individuals.
OT 310: Creativity Workshop Just 2 units!
Mondays 10:00–11:50 am, Wednesdays 12:00–1:50pm or Fridays 10:00–11:50am
Explore your creative side while you discover what you have in common with famous writers, cartoonists, performers and artists.
OT 312: Creating a Sustainable Lifestyle Just 2 units!
Scientists and policy-makers advocate lifestyle changes as crucial to solving today’s climate challenges. Investigate the everyday habits that promote both environmental sustainability and personal well-being.
OT 330: Perspectives on the Daily Life of Families
TTh 9:30–10:50am or Wednesdays 6:00–8:50pm
Learn about the importance of connections, cultures, and histories while you reflect on your own family, and find out how even simple activities, such as a meal together, can reinforce and build families.
OT 340: Occupational Foundations of Human-Animal Interaction New course!
Learn why a dog really is man’s best friend. Explore how interactions with companion animals can expand human capacity for action and contribute to health and well-being.
OT 360: Creating the Self through Narrative: Acts of Life Story Production
Learn how the stories you tell about yourself, your friends, your family, and your experiences not only describe who you are, but connect you to others and make you unique.