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Occupational Therapy

This program is not open for January 2015.

Tel.: 514 398-4500
Email: undergrad [dot] pot [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Undergraduate program)  |  Profmasters [dot] pot [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Professional Masters program)

Date, Time and Location:TBD


Course selection and approval
Please consult the School’s website at http://www.mcgill.ca/spot/programs/occupational-therapy-program for up-to-date course information. The following are the courses in the U1 curriculum for the Fall and Winter terms.

B.Sc. (Rehabilitation Science);
Major in Occupational Therapy

Fall Term:
Required Courses:
- ANAT 315
- PHGY 209
- OCC1 245
Comp. Courses*:
- Two 3-credit

Winter Term:
Required Courses:
- ANAT 316
- PHGY 210
- POTH 225
- POTH 250
Comp. Courses*:
- One 3-credit

*Complementary courses chosen from appropriate subject areas offered by the Faculty of Arts or the Faculty of Science. This must include Introduction to Psychology Statistics (PSYC 204) taken during the U1 fall term, Statistics for Experimental Design [(PSYC 305), intermediate statistics] or equivalent taken during the U1 winter term, one sociology course, one psychology course and one professional writing course. Detailed information on these complementary courses will be available on the website http://www.mcgill.ca/spot/programs/occupational-therapy-program in June. You must consult the information to make sure you are selecting and registering for the appropriate courses.

Please check Minerva to make sure that you are registered in the correct courses.


All the required courses for each year of the curriculum are set. Students register for both the required courses and the complementary courses.

Detailed registration information including course restrictions will be available at http://www.mcgill.ca/spot/programs/occupational-therapy-program in June.

Complete your registration on Minerva for the 2014-2015 academic year by adding each required and complementary class and corresponding sections.

Once your courses have been added to your record, you must not drop any required courses in your program (including required Physiology, and Anatomy courses).

To ensure that you do not register for a complementary class that is in conflict with a required program course, you must verify the times for the required courses by searching the Minerva class schedule.

Register early to ensure best availability. Spaces in the required core courses are reserved for the students in each program. Spaces in complementary courses are given on a first-come, first-served basis.

Consult the additional information available at http://www.mcgill.ca/spot/programs/occupational-therapy-program.

Compulsory orientation

Occupational Therapy
Date, time, and location to be confirmed

Special instructions
Please refer to the School’s website at http://www.mcgill.ca/spot/programs/occupational-therapy-program and the emailing that will be sent to you in July/August for up-to-date information.