OT 1002 Occupation and Others

Study of humans as occupational beings, using a lifespan developmental approach. Use of occupational narratives, film, video, observations, and interviews to develop a deeper understanding of occupational patterns, occupational choices, and the role of occupational balance in promoting health. Continued development of a student learning community for occupational therapy majors - 1 lecture hour. Prerequisite: Admission to the Health Science/Pre-Occupational Therapy major, or permission of instructor.

Credits

1.00 unit