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Master of Science, Occupational Therapy (MSOT)

In partnership with Salus University, Rosemont College offers students a direct track to earning a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. Occupational therapists help people recover from injury, disability, or illness and participate in activities of daily living.

Occupational Therapists work in a variety of settings including: hospitals, outpatient rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, nursing homes, schools, and in-home healthcare.

Salus University guarantees Rosemont students reserved admission to the Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) Program for students who meet the Program requirements and apply by the October 1st deadline for admission.*

The Occupational Therapy Program at Salus University is noted for the following:

  • Fieldwork education, or apprenticeship, is an integral part of the MSOT program
  • Cadaveric dissections led by an anatomist
  • Distinguished, highly dedicated faculty
  • Newly renovated labs and classrooms
  • Emphasis on clinical skills development and evidence based practice
  • Integration of cutting-edge technologies to prepare students for new and evolving clinical skills
  • Commitment to the ongoing professional and personal development and the success of each student.

*Guaranteed admission is limited to a maximum of 2 Rosemont students per each Cohort (“Maximum Guarantee”). Students will be prioritized for the guaranteed reserved admission based on the date a student’s application is received by Salus. If any Rosemont student applies after the Maximum Guarantee has been met, the Rosemont students’ applications will be included in the general Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) Program application process.


Eligible students must be in good academic and social standing at Rosemont College and have completed a Bachelor's degree from Rosemont College prior to enrollment with a minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale.