Seton Hall University
Occupational Therapy
School of Health and Medical Sciences

Recession Proof Your Career with a Seton Hall Graduate Degree in Occupational Therapy

Take the first step toward your Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy by filling out the form to the right and find out why US News, World Report and CNN Money rated Occupational Therapist among the Top 25 Best Jobs in America.

One reason Occupational Therapy received such high marks is that it's a recession-proof career. With demand for Occupational Therapists on the rise, graduates of the Occupational Therapy Program at Seton Hall have a 100% job placement rate.

Once you have completed the Occupational Therapy program, you can look forward to working as an entry-level practitioner in a variety of rewarding settings, including:

  • Schools
  • Nursing Homes
  • Hospitals
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Private clinics
  • Home care

Seton Hall University's prime location allows students to experience diverse and challenging OT practice in the New Jersey and New York metropolitan area and throughout the tri-state region.

Seton Hall's MS in Occupational Therapy program provides three 12-week full-time clinical experiences while other programs provide only two. The first of the clinical experiences occurs in the middle of the program and enhances the students' learning in the rest of the program. Every clinical course we offer has a fieldwork component that allows students to practice what they learn in class.

In addition to field experience, you will graduate prepared to take the National Certification Examination for the Occupational Therapist. In 2013, 100% of our OT graduates passed the exam.

So what are you waiting for? Begin your journey to learn the art and science of caring as part of Seton Hall's Occupational Therapy master's program by requesting more information using the form to the right.

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