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THIS IS A 2 YEAR PROGRAM AND UPON COMPLETION STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE AN A.S. DEGREE

 CHANGE IN FORMAT:  Beginning Spring 2016 the format of classes (i.e.- online and on-campus) will be the same for either the spring or fall start. In the event new format both sections will have certain lecture classes online and certain lecture classes on-campus. Lab classes will remain on-campus as they have been.

In order to take online courses students will need to have a computer with access to the internet and a working email address. Students will need to have basic skills in internet access and word processing. Once enrolled in the class, there are two students tutorials on the Blackboard site to guide the student in use of the system.

Fall Class Enrollment Format On campus lecture and lab classes will meet on camput twice a week from 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the first and second semester. In the third semester on-campus classes will start at 3:00 pm one day a week and at noon one day a week. Students are also required to complete 32 hours of Level I fieldwork per semester. During the fourth (final) semester students are required to complete two eight-week full-time (40 hours a week) Level II field work rotations. No courses are offered during the winter or summer semesters.

Spring (On-campus/Daytime) Class Enrollment Format - On campus lecture and lab classes will meet on campus twice a week from 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. during the first, second, and third semesters. In addition to this, students are also required to complete 32 hours of Level I fieldwork per semester. During the fourth (final) semester students are required to complete two eight-week full-time (40 hours a week) Level II fieldwork rotations. No courses are offered during the winter or summer semesters.

Please note: The semester you begin the OTA program will determine your permanent schedule for the length of your enrollment . .

Program Duration - Our program takes two years to complete, with classes only being offered during the Fall and Spring semesters. Students are not able to partially enroll in our program; which means that all courses need to be taken during the appropriate sequencing pattern. Also, students are not able to enroll in any OTA courses unless they have been admitted into the program.

Cost of the OTA Program - $46.00 per unit. Therefore, the estimated cost for the major coursework is about $2,100 (for residents of California). It is important to note that this estimate does not include any general education requirements, textbooks, or miscellaneous student fees.

More information about STUDENT FEES or FINANCIAL AID.


 

OTA Program Course Schedule
Spring 2016 (On-Campus)
On campus ​classes Monday & Wednesday 8 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
​Fall 2016
(Online/Evenings/Wknd)
On campus classes Monday & Wednesday 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
 

 

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