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OT 6110 Social and Cultural Determinants of Health and Occupation across the Life Span
Credit Hours 2.0
Prerequisites Admission to the OTM Program

This course examines current theory and research related to the development of human occupation and how it changes throughout the life course. This course also focuses on effects of occupations on health and how societal and cultural determinants influence an individual’s quality of life throughout the life span. Through interactive teaching, peer instruction and participatory activities, students will observe, interpret, and describe occupational performance, and apply relevant theories and constructs to understand the development of human occupation.