The MOT Program curriculum requires seven semesters for completion. MOT students complete all courses in the curriculum in sequence with a minimum grade of C. Satisfactory progress requires an overall 3.00 GPA and achievement of a minimum grade of C in all MOT courses. Students who fail to achieve a minimum grade of C in any MOT course are subject to dismissal.
Transfer of credits for prerequisites are determined by the office of admissions and the MOT Program Director. Typically, transfer of credits from another occupational therapy program will not be accepted but exceptions may be determined by the office of admissions and the MOT program director. Up to nine transfer credits of equivalent professional-level coursework, as deemed equivalent by the office of admissions and the MOT program director may be accepted from a student who requests to be considered for transfer to the Emory & Henry Occupational Therapy Program. Any student seeking transfer to the MOT Program at Emory & Henry College must be in good academic and professional behavior standards in his/her current occupational therapy program.
Students must complete Level II fieldwork within 12 months following completion of the didactic portion of the program.
Textbooks: $2,000.00 (this cost is for all 7 semesters and only an estimate). Textbooks can be purchased through numerous websites or in bundles from the Emory & Henry College bookstore.
Personal Laptop Computer (required): $800.00. The price of computers varies widely and depends on model and configuration.
Blue Scrubs (required) and Long Lab Coat (highly recommended for anatomy labs): $50.00 (all students must have and wear blue colored scrubs and a long lab coat while in the cadaver labs).
Background Check and Drug Screen (background checks are required prior to matriculation and drug screenings must be completed prior to first clinical rotation - additional back ground checks and drug screenings may be required one month prior to clinical phase of training): $69.00. The program has made arrangements to have this completed through Viewpoint Screening. Additional information will be given once you have been accepted into the program. Some clinical sites may also require separate and more specific background checks and drug screenings.
AHA CPR/BLS for Healthcare Providers Training (required prior to matriculation): Cost varies but can be as low as $8.00 for skills training + $16.00 for textbook. Certificate lasts for 2 years. Students must have AHA CPR/BLS Certification for Healthcare Providers prior to matriculation and must maintain certification throughout their program's duration. Opportunities will be given to renew certification through Emory & Henry College during the program.
Health Insurance (required): $1844.00 annually - subject to change (Student health insurance is required of all full-time students at Emory & Henry College. The College, via the Institutions of Higher Education Consortium Trust, is able to offer all full-time students a competitively priced health insurance plan, underwritten by United Healthcare Insurance Company. Click here to see the 2016-2017 Emory & Henry College Student Health Insurance Plan Brochure. Unless an annual waiver is completed, all students are automatically enrolled in the student health insurance at a present cost of $1844.00 for the 2016-2017 year. Students who need health insurance can enroll online at www.gallagherstudent.com/EHC
AOTA Membership (highly recommended upon matriculation): Annual fee of $75.00. Students will be provided information about AOTA membership with their textbook list.
Clothing Expenses: The SHS graduate programs require students adhere to a business casual dress code. This may require the purchase of additional clothing to accommodate the dress code requirement. Click here to read our Policy for Attire and Professional Presentation. Clothing expenses can vary greatly depending on individual student needs and choices.
Living and other expenses: In addition to the above, students can expect additional costs for room and board, miscellaneous school supplies, etc. Living expenses can vary greatly depending on individual student choices.
Program admission acceptance deposit (100% applied to tuition): $500.o0 (See below for how to make a deposit)
Program per semester tuition (there are no additional lab or course fees): $8,852.00. Total tuition for year one of the MOT program (3 semesters) is $26,556.00. Total tuition for year two of the MOT program (3 semesters) is $26,556.00. Total tuition for year three of the MOT program (1 semester) = $8,852.00. Total tuition for the entire 27 month MOT program (all 7 semesters combined) is $61,964.00*.
General College Fees: $200.00 (graduation fee).
*Tuition rates is for students entering the MOT program in Fall 2017. Tuition rates for future cohorts may be subject to change; however, a cohort's tuition rate will remain the same for the entirety of their 27 month (7 semester) program.
Financial Aid is available for those students who complete the FAFSA form annually.