Fifteen courses (66 credits) are organized into six terms of study. A course may be one, two, or three terms in duration. In alignment with the integrated professional and educational conceptual framework, MOT courses are designed to address the Profile of Practice of Occupational Therapists in Canada (CAOT, 2012) and the Essential Competencies for Occupational Therapists in Canada, 3rd edition (ACOTRO, 2011). This helps organize and sequence MOT curriculum content to ensure that key practice roles and competencies are addressed consistently and comprehensively. Further, our MOT program courses are organized into six streams: (1) theory; (2) health, illness, & occupation; (3) skills for occupational therapy practice; (4) evidence for occupational therapy practice; (5) professional practice; and (6) fieldwork.
OSOT course descriptions can be accessed through the Academic Calendar here. RHSC 420 course description can be found here. Here is a sample Curriculum Map that shows how the MOT curriculum unfolds over two years.