Knox has an affiliation agreement with Washington University in St. Louis, whose occupational therapy program is among the top-ranked in the nation. The affiliation agreement means that Knox students who meet the prerequisites receive preference in the Washington University admission process.
Students attend Knox for three years, then Washington University for two years, earning both a bachelor's degree from Knox and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) degree from Washington University.
Our strengths in the life sciences provide excellent preparation for the occupational therapy entrance requirements -- whether at Washington University or another graduate school. We also emphasize community service and volunteer work, which can be a significant enhancement to a graduate school application in occupational therapy and other health-related fields.
Prior to starting at Washington University, you must:
Knox-Washington University Course Requirements
|Washington University Prerequisite ||Knox Course Number and Title|
|Life Science||Any biology course 300 or above|
|Physiology||BIOL 328 Physiology|
|Abnormal Psychology||PSYC 277 Clinical and Abnormal Psychology|
|Developmental Psychology||PSYC 203 Developmental Psychology|
|Social Science||Any course in anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, or sociology|
|Statistics||STAT 200 Introductory Statistics or|
PSYC 281 Research Methods and Statistics I