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I already have a bachelors degree in science of elementary education and want to further my education in occupational therapist. What college classes do I need?

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Asked by lilmissred Thursday Dec 17th 2009 in K-8 Education
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As of 2007, to become an occupational therapist you will need to earn your master's degree. Now, because you have a bachelor's degree outside of the occupational therapy field, you may have to take some extra courses to meet the prerequisites of a graduate program.

There are a growing number of occupational therapy degree programs that are avaliable online, and offers individuals a flexible option for developing the knowledge and earning the credentials that are required for working with individuals, families, groups and communities to foster their health and well-being through the engagement, or re-engagement, in occupation.

Please follow this link to find a list online Occupational Therapy Degrees>

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