University of Southern California
University of Southern California
Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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Undergraduate Minor in Occupational Science | Meet the Students

Anijah Green OS Minor ‘20

Anijah Green OS Minor ‘20

Hometown: Los Alamitos, CA

Program: Minor in Occupational Science, Class of 2020

Major: Psychology

What brought you to USC?
I’ve always known that I wanted to come to USC because it is a part of my family. I transferred into USC my sophomore year because I wanted to experience the Trojan culture, the fun events, and get an amazing education.

What made you decide to pursue the occupational science minor?
When I first started here at USC, I was planning on pursuing physical therapy. I wanted a minor that was associated with it, so I took the OT minor. The first minor class I took was OT 320 and after that, I decided to switch majors so that I could apply for the Masters Program once I graduated.

How do you plan to use what you have learned in the minor in the future?
In the future, I plan to take what I have learned in all of my minor classes and apply it to my occupational therapy career. Ever since I started taking minor classes, I have implemented different things I have learned into my everyday life. Once I become an occupational therapist, I plan to provide my clients with the information that I have learned during my time here at USC.

What song can you sing entirely by heart?
Bad Reputation by Shawn Mendes.

What are some small things that make your day better?
Music and spending time with friends and family always makes me happy.