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Admission to the MSc (OT) program requires the completion of a four year Bachelor’s degree in any field of study at a recognized academic institution, with a minimum B average (73-76%), calculated on the last 60 credit hours of the degree. Two prerequisite courses are also required: six credit hours in human physiology (the six credit hour human physiology prerequisite course should contain study of the following system content: cell, endocrine, neural, muscle, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, and gastrointestinal); and three credit hours in human/vertebrate anatomy (the three credit hour human anatomy prerequisite course should enable the student to explain and describe, at a basic level, the gross anatomy and histology of the human body - content topics of the course should include study of the following: development, cells, tissues, skeletal, muscular, integument, nervous, cardiovascular, digestive, respiratory, renal and reproductive systems). Successful applicants will be required to participate in both fieldwork and traditional on-site courses. We welcome applications from diverse academic backgrounds.