So, if you can get a bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy online...how does that work....aren't there clinicals involved?
I have an AA degree right now (grad. either 2006 or 2007), so will that transfer to get into a Bachelor's Degree program for Occupational Therapist online (1)? And how do I go about picking the right program (2)? How do I know if an online program is accredited ( I live in Florida) (3)?? After that I can get my Master's in Occupational Therapist online as well (4)? Sorry for so many questions...I am just lost on how to go about getting this degree, because I cannot travel out of state or far away from my home town due to taking care of my disabled mother. Please help! thank you
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I have fineshed DEEE 3year but I'm not passout,if possible can i study BCA in any open university,<br /><br />
my qualification is 10th std
1. Picking the right program. Well that is a difficult question, and one that every person who is considering higher education, especially online, ask themselves. So, the only thing that I can tell you is that you are going to have to do a lot of research. You are going to have to read reviews, talk to admissions advisor, and possibly even students to find the program that best fits your needs.
2. Accreditation. Now, this is an easy one. For a school to be accredited it must accredited by a regional accrediting agency, which can easily be found on their website. Also, here is a link to an excellent articles that details the process of higher education College Accreditation.
3. When it comes to bachelor's in occupational therapy degrees, I don't know of any that are accredited and that are offered online. Most likely because of the concern you have, clinicals. So, I am going to suggest you either do an online degree in a related field that will prepare you for a master's degree in occupational therapy, or you go to an a brick and mortar occupational therapy degree. Once you have done this you will be prepared for an online masters degree's in occupational therapy program. One more thought on this question, I would contact the Master's degrees programs you are considering, and discuss with them what would be the best option for you.4. No worries about the questions. Online degree are an excellent way for someone, such as yourself, to earn a degree in a situation that limits travel.
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