University of Southern California
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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.


Joanne Park

Welcoming our Newest Bachelor’s to Master’s OT Students

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Summer orientation for our incoming freshman is in full swing! Students admitted to USC are able to sign up for a two day orientation event where they can register for classes, tour dorms, meet the Trojan marching band, participate in eSCape room challenges, and most importantly, meet other students! Meet three of our incoming OT major students who will be starting classes this Fall: Matthew from Alameda, CA, Carissa from Vancouver, WA, and Anna from Lincolnshire, IL (left to right).

Freshman Orientation 2017

If you are currently in high school and interested in pursuing a career in occupational therapy, please see this page for more information about admissions to our accelerated bachelor’s to master’s program. This is a 4 year Bachelor’s and a 1 year Master’s degree program in occupational therapy. If you would like to meet with an admissions advisor or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at anytime and I would love to discuss this program further with you! If you would like to visit USC and learn more about our curriculum/course sequence, you can also consider registering for a Meet USC. At this program, you will be able to attend an admission presentation, go on a University Park Campus tour, and participate in an academic department information session. Fight On!

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