Master of Health Sciences in Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy - A Canadian Legacy!
Discover our program offered in French to bilingual Students studying in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa (en franĂ§ais).
Clinical setting videos
The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists presents videos that provide internationally educated occupational therapists with insight into the range of clinical settings where occupational therapists in Canada work.
News and Events
Occupational therapists in top ten best-paying jobs for women
According to Forbes.com (2011), “This is the only profession on the list dominated by women, who hold 82% of all positions. It's also the only field in which women earn equally to men. Occupational therapists typically have a master's degree or higher and earn $1,155 a week, or a median of $60,000 yearly. They help patients recover or improve basic motor skills so they can perform daily tasks like dressing, cooking and eating. Plus, it's an in-demand job. Employment is expected to grow 26% by 2018, with another 26,000 positions created.”
Discover the Francophone Master's program of Health Sciences in Occupational Therapy offered at the Faculty of Health Sciences' School of Rehabilitation Sciences through an animated presentation.Watch the video » (in French only).