Occupational Therapy Courses
Occupational Therapists help people overcome limitations caused by injury or illness, psychological or emotional difficulties, developmental delay or the effects of ageing.
Allows students to develop an understanding of the factors that affect performance in occupations of self-care, education, work, social participation, and play and leisure for individuals, groups and populations through the lifespan.
Occupational therapists are health professionals who assist people to overcome limitations caused by injury or illness, psychological or emotional difficulties, developmental delay or the effects of ageing.
As an Occupational Therapist, you'll help a wide range of people overcome factors that limit their participation in everyday activities to improve their overall quality of life.
As a qualified occupational therapist you will have the specialised knowledge to improve your clients’ lives – at home and at work - and to promote good health and wellbeing in workplaces.
You will graduate from CSU's four-year, full-time occupational therapy degree with a detailed understanding of the theoretical and practical components of occupational therapy, allowing you to confidently step into the workforce and begin a rewarding career as an occupational therapist.
Occupational therapy is about the health and rehabilitation of people of all ages.
This course is designed to give you the skills you need to contribute to the health and rehabilitation of people who are limited in their ability to perform everyday tasks.
Bond University’s Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Occupational Therapy enables you to become eligible for registration as an Occupational Therapist in just 4 years.
Study the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) and kick-start your career as an Occupational Therapist – a rewarding career that allows you to work with people experiencing barriers in their everyday lives as the result of impairment, disability or disadvantage.