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Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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Thanks for visiting our admissions blog! Here we hope to address questions that are frequently asked from applicants and to clarify any aspects of the application and admissions process that may be complicated or confusing. As always, please feel free to reach out to us directly with any questions you may have, or leave questions here in the comment section and we will be sure to answer them. We look forward to hearing from you.


Liz Carley

AOTA OT Education Virtual Fair

, by Liz Carley

I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer! As we are beginning the application cycle for the 2016 incoming class for each of our programs, I wanted to share here that we will be participating in the first AOTA OT... Read more

Liz Carley

2016 OTCAS MA Application Cycle

, by Liz Carley

After welcoming our new professional master’s class to USC in June, the admissions team here at the Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy is gearing up to begin our next admissions cycle, for our entry-level master’s class that... Read more

Liz Carley

American Occupational Therapy Association

, by Liz Carley

The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) 2015 Annual Conference was held in April at Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee! It was so wonderful to meet so many occupational therapy students and therapists from around the country! Attending conferences is... Read more

Helen Mirsaeidi

The Five Year Undergraduate Program: where are my classes and can I double major?

, by Helen Mirsaeidi

I have had many applicants and students ask me recently about where our undergraduate program is located. Students admitted to our five year, bachelor’s to master’s OT program are on the USC university park campus for the majority of their... Read more

Helen Mirsaeidi

Explore USC—Undergraduate Applicants

, by Helen Mirsaeidi

Explore USC is a great opportunity for admitted students to visit campus, meet their future academic advisors, faculty from various divisions, as well as current students. Admitted students are able to spend time in the dining halls and around campus... Read more

Liz Carley

Should I Retake the GRE?

, by Liz Carley · 2 comments

“I am applying to the Entry-Level Master’s Program and my GRE scores don’t meet the minimum requirements. Should I retake the GRE?” I am frequently answering the question above. The GRE is valuable and our admissions committee reviews scores closely.... Read more

Helen Mirsaeidi

OTD?

, by Helen Mirsaeidi

Occupational Therapy is an entry-level master’s profession, meaning that, to sit for the national licensing exam (NBCOT) and to be able to practice as an occupational therapist in the United States, you must have a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy.... Read more

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