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Occupational Therapy Assistant Associate in Science

Refer to Admission: Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Program in Admission Information for special admission procedures and criteria.

This career major prepares the student to work as an Occupational Therapy Assistant with people who are limited by physical injury or illness, mental health problems, developmental or learning disabilities, or the aging process. Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTAs) work under the direct supervision of an occupational therapist (OT) providing all levels of patient treatment. The student learns to utilize manual and creative arts, purposeful activities, exercises, adaptive devices, daily living tasks and leisure activities to assist patients to achieve their highest level of function.

Those working in occupational therapy would be expected to assist the OT in assessing patient needs, determining therapeutic goals, planning treatment activities, carrying out treatment procedures, communicating with patients and health care providers, documenting patient progress, and maintaining clinical environments. Assistants are employed in rehabilitation facilities, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, schools, day treatment centers, outpatient clinics and other community agencies.

Students are admitted to the Occupational Therapy Program based on the date a complete application packet is submitted to include the following: OTA application, completed immunizations and/or tests, official transcripts of all science prerequisites and courses completed in the major if taken outside of GCCCD. Program applications are accepted year round and is a separate process from an application to Grossmont College.

For all information on admission criteria, see the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program website at

Grossmont College prepares the student for an Associate Degree in Science as an Occupational Therapy Assistant. In addition to the occupational therapy assistant courses, the major requires selected general education courses to be successfully completed for the degree. Upon completion of all degree requirements, the graduate is eligible to apply to take the national certification exam for Occupational Therapy Assistants administered by the National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapy (NBCOT). All states require licensure to practice as an OTA however, state licenses are usually based on the results of the NBCOT Certification Exam.

The Associate Degree Occupational Therapy Assistant Program is accredited through the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) located at 6116 Executive Boulevard, suite 200, North Bethesda, MD 20852, 301-652-6611,

Graduates of the OTA program are also eligible to transfer into a higher degree program upon completion of the Associates Degree program. Appropriate courses are fully accepted on transfer by the University of California, the California State University and by private four-year colleges and universities.

Important: Any prior conviction of a misdemeanor or felony may influence eligibility for licensure as an Occupational Therapy Assistant. A flagged background check or drug screen may also prohibit participation in the OTA program, eligibility for state licensure and securing employment. Applicants with prior convictions are urged to contact the Occupational Therapy Board of California at 916-263-2294 and the NBCOT at 301-990-7979.

Career Opportunities

Activities Director
ADA Assistant
Behavioral Support Assistant
Special Education Teacher Assistant / Aide
Camp Counselor
Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant
Ergonomics Assistant
Health Educator
Healthcare Consultant
Occupational Therapist1
Recreation Leader
Recreation Program Assistant
Rehab Director
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor1


Additional education is required.

The Program-level Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs) below are outcomes that students will achieve after completing specific degree / certificate requirements in this program. Students will:

  1. Achieve entry level competence and understand the importance of lifelong learning to maintain competence.
  2. Promote and support the profession of occupational therapy, emerging practice areas and community service.

General Education Requirements for Occupational Therapy Assistant Majors

All Allied Health and Nursing students adhere to the graduation requirements outlined in the college catalog for the academic year in which they enter the program.

Competency Requirement

  1. Competency in reading, writing, expression shown by achieving a “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in courses listed under Area A, Section 1 – Written Communication.
  2. Competency in Mathematics shown by 
    1. Completion of MATH-120 Quantitative Reasoning or a higher numbered math course with a grade of “C” or higher or a grade of “P”; or a statistics course from another discipline with a grade of “C” or higher or a grade of “P”; or placing into a math course numbered MATH-170 Analytic Trigonometry or above.

Courses in bold print are required in the Occupational Therapy Assistant major. All OTA courses must be completed with a “C” grade or higher, a competent program skills checklist, and “meets standard” on final professional behavior evaluation prior to enrollment in OTA-240 Clinical Practicum IV and OTA-241 Clinical Practicum V. All GE Courses must be completed prior to OTA-240 Clinical Practicum IV and OTA-241 Clinical Practicum V.

Area A - Language and Rationality

Three courses (a minimum of nine units) are required in written communication, oral communication, and analytical thinking. At least one course must be taken from each of the following three sections:

1. Written Communication

Must be completed with a “C” grade or higher or “Pass” to satisfy the competency requirement.

ENGL-120College Composition and Reading3
ENGL-124Advanced Composition: Critical Reasoning and Writing3
ESL-122College Rhetoric6

2. Oral Communication

COMM-120Interpersonal Communication3
COMM-122Public Speaking3
COMM-130Fundamentals of Human Communication3

3. Analytical Thinking

Must be completed with a “C” grade or higher or “Pass” to satisfy the competency requirement.

ANTH-215Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences4
BIO-215Statistics for Life Sciences3
ECON-215Statistics for Business and Economics4
GEOG-104Introduction to Geographic Information Science3
MATH-103Intermediate Algebra3
MATH-108Beginning & Intermediate Algebra for Business, Math, Science, and Engineering Majors6
MATH-110Intermediate Algebra for Business, Math, Science and Engineering Majors5
MATH-120Quantitative Reasoning3
MATH-125Structure and Concepts of Elementary Mathematics I3
MATH-126Structure and Concepts of Elementary Mathematics II3
MATH-150Introduction to Computer Programming Applications in Mathematics3
MATH-160Elementary Statistics4
MATH-170Analytic Trigonometry3
MATH-175College Algebra4
MATH-176Precalculus: Functions and Graphs6
MATH-178Calculus for Business, Social and Behavioral Sciences4
MATH-180Analytic Geometry and Calculus I5
MATH-245Discrete Mathematics3
MATH-280Analytic Geometry and Calculus II4
MATH-281Multivariable Calculus4
MATH-284Linear Algebra3
MATH-285Differential Equations3
PHIL-125Critical Thinking3
PSC-120Fundamentals of Scientific Computing (MATLAB)4
PSY-215Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences4
SOC-215Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences4

Area B - Natural Sciences

Two natural science courses (a minimum of seven units) are required. One course must contain a laboratory.

ANTH-130Introduction to Biological Anthropology 13
ANTH-131Biological Anthropology Laboratory 21
ASTR-110Descriptive Astronomy 13
ASTR-112General Astronomy Laboratory 21
ASTR-120Exploration of the Solar System3
Select one of the following sequences:
Sequence A.
Human Anatomy
Human Physiology 1
Sequence B.
Anatomy and Physiology I
Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO-152Paramedical Microbiology5
BIO-105Marine Biology4
BIO-110Environmental Biology4
BIO-112Contemporary Issues in Environmental Resources 13
BIO-114Heredity, Evolution and Society 13
BIO-118Introduction to Human Biology 13
BIO-120Principles of Biology4
BIO-141LLaboratory in Human Physiology 21
BIO-230Principles of Cellular, Molecular and Evolutionary Biology4
BIO-240Principles of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology5
CHEM-102Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry5
CHEM-110Environmental Chemistry 13
CHEM-113Forensic Chemistry4
CHEM-115Fundamentals of Chemistry4
CHEM-116Introductory Organic and Biochemistry4
CHEM-117Introductory Biochemistry3
CHEM-120Preparation for General Chemistry4
CHEM-141General Chemistry I5
CHEM-142General Chemistry II5
CHEM-231Organic Chemistry I5
CHEM-232Organic Chemistry II5
CHEM-241Organic Chemistry I Lecture 13
CHEM-241LOrganic Chemistry I Laboratory 22
CHEM-242Organic Chemistry II Lecture 13
CHEM-242LOrganic Chemistry II Laboratory 22
GEOG-120Physical Geography: Earth Systems 13
GEOG-121Physical Geography: Earth Systems Laboratory 21
GEOG-140Meteorology: Weather and Climate 13
GEOL-104Earth Science 13
GEOL-110Planet Earth 13
GEOL-111Planet Earth Laboratory 21
GEOL-121Earth History4
GEOL-210Geology of California 13
GEOL-220Geology of the National Parks 13
GEOL-230Natural Disasters 13
OCEA-112Introduction to Oceanography 13
OCEA-113Oceanography Laboratory 21
PSC-100Physical Science for Elementary Education 13
PSC-110Introduction to the Physical Sciences 13
PSC-111Introduction to Physical Sciences Laboratory 21
PHYC-110Introductory Physics4
PHYC-130Fundamentals of Physics4
PHYC-131Fundamentals of Physics4
PHYC-140Mechanics of Solids4
PHYC-201Mechanics and Waves5
PHYC-202Electricity, Magnetism, and Heat5
PHYC-203Light, Optics, and Modern Physics5
PHYC-240Electricity, Magnetism, and Heat4
PHYC-241Light, Optics, and Modern Physics4
SCI-110Introduction to Scientific Thought 13

Course does not contain a laboratory component.


Course is laboratory only.

Area C - Humanities

One humanities course (a minimum of three units) is required.

ASL-120American Sign Language I4
ASL-121American Sign Language II4
ASL-140Inside Deaf Culture3
ASL-220American Sign Language III4
ASL-221American Sign Language IV4
ARBC-120Arabic I5
ARBC-121Arabic II5
ARBC-122Arabic for the Arabic Speaker I5
ARBC-123Arabic for the Arabic Speaker II5
ARBC-148Language, Culture, and Literature of the Arab World3
ARBC-220Arabic III5
ARBC-221Arabic IV5
ARBC-250Conversational Arabic I3
ARBC-251Conversational Arabic II3
ART-100Art Appreciation3
ART-120Two-Dimensional Design3
ART-124Drawing I3
ART-126Ceramics I3
ART-129Three-Dimensional Design3
ART-140Survey of Western Art I: Prehistory Through Middle Ages3
ART-141Survey of Western Art II: Renaissance Through Modern3
ART-142Art of Africa, Oceania and the Americas3
ART-143Modern Art3
ART-145Contemporary Art3
ART-146Asian Art3
ART-147American Art3
ART-171Introduction to Digital Art3
CHIN-120Chinese I5
CHIN-121Chinese II5
CHIN-220Chinese III5
CHIN-221Chinese IV5
CHIN-250Conversational Chinese I3
CHIN-251Conversational Chinese II3
COMM-135Oral Interpretation of Literature3
COMM-137Critical Thinking in Group Communication3
COMM-144Communication Studies: Race and Ethnicity3
DANC-110Dance History3
DANC-120Dance Appreciation3
ENGL-122Introduction to Literature3
ENGL-126Introduction to Creative Writing3
ENGL-134Creative Nonfiction Writing I3
ENGL-135Creative Nonfiction Writing II3
ENGL-136Creative Nonfiction Writing III3
ENGL-137Creative Nonfiction Writing IV3
ENGL-201Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Literature3
ENGL-203Children's Literature3
ENGL-217Fantasy and Science Fiction3
ENGL-218Shakespeare - His Plays and the Theatre of His Time3
ENGL-219Views of Death and Dying in Literature3
ENGL-221British Literature I3
ENGL-222British Literature II3
ENGL-231American Literature I3
ENGL-232American Literature II3
ENGL-236Chicana/o Literature3
ENGL-237American Indian Literature3
ENGL-238Black Literature3
ENGL-277Literary Theme3
ESL-115Exploring U.S. Cultures6
ETHN-126Chicano/Chicana and Mexican Art3
ETHN-127La Chicana3
ETHN-134Introduction to American Indian Art3
ETHN-143Images of Black Women3
ETHN-144Communication Studies: Race and Ethnicity3
ETHN-236Chicana/o Literature3
ETHN-237American Indian Literature3
ETHN-238Black Literature3
FREN-120French I5
FREN-121French II5
FREN-152The French-Speaking World: A Cross- -Cultural Perspective3
FREN-220French III5
FREN-221French IV5
FREN-250Conversational French I3
FREN-251Conversational French II3
GERM-120German I5
GERM-121German II5
GERM-220German III5
GERM-221German IV5
GERM-250Conversational German I3
GERM-251Conversational German II3
HIST-100Early World History3
HIST-101Modern World History3
HIST-103Twentieth Century World History3
HIST-105Early Western Civilization3
HIST-106Modern Western Civilization3
HIST-113American Military History3
HIST-126History of Mexico3
HIST-135Ancient History of Western Civilization3
HIST-136Survey of Medieval History3
HIST-137History of East Asia3
HIST-148Modern Middle East History3
HUM-110Principles of the Humanities3
HUM-120European Humanities3
HUM-125Women and Western Culture3
HUM-130East Asian Humanities3
HUM-135Blues as Literature, History, and Culture3
HUM-140Humanities of the Americas3
HUM-160Humanities of the Future3
HUM-170Modern World Humanities3
ITAL-120Italian I5
ITAL-121Italian II5
ITAL-220Italian III5
ITAL-221Italian IV5
ITAL-250Conversational Italian I3
ITAL-251Conversational Italian II3
JAPN-120Japanese I5
JAPN-121Japanese II5
JAPN-149Japanese Culture and Civilization3
JAPN-220Japanese III5
JAPN-221Japanese IV5
JAPN-250Conversational Japanese I3
JAPN-251Conversational Japanese II3
MCOM-111Introduction to Film Analysis3
MUS-110Great Music Listening3
MUS-111The History of Jazz3
MUS-115The History of Rock Music3
MUS-116Introduction to World Music3
MUS-117Introduction to Music History and Literature3
MUS-123History of Hip Hop Culture3
MUS-189Multimedia and the Creative Arts3
PHIL-110A General Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL-111Philosophy and Popular Culture3
PHIL-115History of Philosophy I: Ancient and Medieval3
PHIL-117History of Philosophy II: Modern and Contemporary3
PHIL-140Problems in Ethics3
PHIL-145Social and Political Philosophy3
PHIL-150The Philosophy of Art3
PHIL-155The Philosophy of Science3
PHIL-160Latin American Philosophy3
PHOT-150Introduction to Photography3
PHOT-154History of Photography3
RELG-120World Religions3
RELG-130Scriptures of World Religions3
RELG-140Religion and Culture3
RELG-150Scriptures of India and China3
RELG-170Introduction to Christianity3
RUSS-120Russian I5
RUSS-121Russian II5
RUSS-220Russian III5
RUSS-221Russian IV5
RUSS-250Conversational Russian I3
RUSS-251Conversational Russian II3
SPAN-120Spanish I5
SPAN-121Spanish II5
SPAN-122Spanish for the Native Speaker I5
SPAN-123Spanish for the Native Speaker II5
SPAN-141Spanish and Latin American Cultures3
SPAN-145Hispanic Civilizations3
SPAN-220Spanish III5
SPAN-221Spanish IV5
SPAN-250Conversational Spanish I3
SPAN-251Conversational Spanish II3
THTR-101Introduction to Narrative Theory3
THTR-110Introduction to the Theatre3
THTR-130Acting I3
THTR-143Historic Costume for the Theatre3
THTR-14420th Century Fashion and Costume3
THTR-205The American Musical on Stage and Screen3

Area D - Social Sciences

One social science course (a minimum of three units) is required.

AOJ-110Introduction to Administration of Justice3
ANTH-120Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH-122Anthropology of Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion3
ANTH-127Cultures of Latin America3
ANTH-140Introduction to Archaeology3
CD-115Changing American Family3
CD-125Child Growth and Development3
CD-131Child, Family and Community3
CD-134Health, Safety and Nutrition of Young Children3
CD-145Child Abuse and Family Violence in Our Society3
CD-153Teaching in a Diverse Society3
COMM-124Intercultural Communication3
COMM-126Communication Studies: Health and Wellness3
COMM-128Global Communication3
ECON-110Economic Issues and Policies3
ECON-120Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON-121Principles of Microeconomics3
ETHN-114Introduction to Race & Ethnicity3
ETHN-115Introduction to Cultural Competence3
ETHN-118U.S. History: Chicano/Chicana Perspectives I3
ETHN-119U.S. History: Chicano/Chicana Perspective II3
ETHN-125Cross-Cultural Psychology3
ETHN-128Introduction to Chicana/o Studies3
ETHN-130U.S. History and Cultures: Native American Perspectives I3
ETHN-131U.S. History and Cultures: Native American Perspectives II3
ETHN-135San Diego County American Indian Tribes3
ETHN-137American Indian Culture and Heritage3
ETHN-138The History and Cultures of California Indians3
ETHN-145Introduction to Black Studies3
ETHN-180U.S. History: Black Perspectives I3
ETHN-181U.S. History: Black Perspectives II3
FS-115Changing American Family3
FS-120Human Development3
GEOG-100Introduction to Global Studies3
GEOG-101Global Issues3
GEOG-106World Regional Geography3
GEOG-130Human Geography: The Cultural Landscape3
GEOG-170The Geography of California3
GEND-116Introduction to Women's Studies3
GEND-117Introduction to LGBTQ Studies3
GEND-154Early History of Women in World Civilization3
GEND-155Modern History of Women in World Civilization3
HED-120Personal Health and Lifestyles3
HED-201Introduction to Public Health3
HIST-108Early American History3
HIST-109Modern American History3
HIST-114Comparative History of the Early Americas3
HIST-115Comparative History of the Modern Americas3
HIST-118U.S. History: Chicano/Chicana Perspectives I3
HIST-119U.S. History: Chicano/Chicana Perspectives II3
HIST-122Women in Early American History3
HIST-123Women in Modern American History3
HIST-124History of California3
HIST-130U.S. History and Cultures: Native American Perspectives I3
HIST-131U.S. History and Cultures: Native American Perspectives II3
HIST-154Early History of Women in World Civilization3
HIST-155Modern History of Women in World Civilization3
HIST-160U.S. History: Asian American and Pacific Island American Perspectives I3
HIST-161U.S. History: Asian American and Pacific Island American Perspectives II3
HIST-180U.S. History: Black Perspectives I3
HIST-181U.S. History: Black Perspectives II3
MCOM-110Mass Media and Society3
MCOM-210Social Media in the Digital Age3
MCOM-250Introduction to Representation in the Media3
NUTR-155Introduction to Nutrition3
NUTR-158Nutrition for Fitness and Sports3
NUTR-159Cultural Aspects of Food and Nutrition3
POSC-120Introduction to Politics and Political Analysis3
POSC-121Introduction to U.S. Government and Politics3
POSC-124Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics3
POSC-130Introduction to International Relations3
POSC-140Introduction to California Governments and Politics3
POSC-150Introduction to Political Theory3
POSC-160Politics in Film3
PSY-120Introductory Psychology3
PSY-125Cross-Cultural Psychology3
PSY-132Psychology of Health3
PSY-134Human Sexuality3
PSY-138Social Psychology3
PSY-140Physiological Psychology3
PSY-170Abnormal Psychology3
RELG-165Religion in America3
SOC-114Introduction to Race & Ethnicity3
SOC-120Introductory Sociology3
SOC-125Marriage, Family, and Alternate Lifestyles3
SOC-130Contemporary Social Problems3
SOC-138Social Psychology3
SOC-140Sex and Gender Across Cultures3
SOC-150Latinx Communities in the United States3

Area E – Fitness/Wellness

Two courses involving physical exercise and/or dance are required. They can only be chosen from the exercise science and/or dance courses listed below:

DANC-068Introduction to Dance1.5
DANC-071AStudio Workshop in Tap Dance I1
DANC-071BStudio Workshop in Tap Dance II1
DANC-072AStudio Workshop in Modern Dance I1
DANC-072BStudio Workshop in Modern Dance II1
DANC-074AStudio Workshop in Jazz Dance I1
DANC-074BStudio Workshop in Jazz Dance II1
DANC-078AStudio Workshop in Ballet I1
DANC-078BStudio Workshop in Ballet II1
DANC-080AModern I1.5
DANC-080BModern II1.5
DANC-080CModern III1.5
DANC-080DModern IV1.5
DANC-081ATap I1.5
DANC-081BTap II1.5
DANC-081CTap III1.5
DANC-081DTap IV1.5
DANC-082ASocial and Ballroom Dance I1.5
DANC-082BSocial and Ballroom Dance II1.5
DANC-083ALatin American Dance I1.5
DANC-083BLatin American Dance II1.5
DANC-084AJazz I1.5
DANC-084BJazz II1.5
DANC-084CJazz III1.5
DANC-084DJazz IV1.5
DANC-088ABallet I1.5
DANC-088BBallet II1.5
DANC-088CBallet III1.5
DANC-088DBallet IV1.5
DANC-094AHip Hop I1.5
DANC-094BHip Hop II1.5
DANC-094CHip Hop III1.5
DANC-094DHip Hop IV1.5
DANC-099AStudio Workshop in Pointe I1
DANC-099BStudio Workshop in Pointe II1
DANC-099CStudio Workshop in Pointe III1
DANC-118APilates I1.5
DANC-118BPilates II1.5
DANC-118CPilates III1.5
DANC-118DPilates IV1.5
Exercise Science
ES-001Adapted Physical Exercise1
ES-002Advanced Adapted Physical Exercise1
ES-003Adaptive Aerobic Fitness1
ES-004ABeginning Fitness for the Newcomer1
ES-004BIntermediate Fitness for the Newcomer1
ES-004CAdvanced Fitness for the Newcomer1
ES-005ABeginning Cardio Fitness and Resistance Training1.5
ES-005BIntermediate Cardio Fitness and Resistance Training1.5
ES-005CAdvanced Cardio Fitness and Resistance Training1.5
ES-006ABeginning Fitness Circuit1
ES-006BIntermediate Fitness Circuit1
ES-006CAdvanced Fitness Circuit1
ES-007ABeginning Aerobic Walking for Fitness and Wellness1.5
ES-007BIntermediate Aerobic Walking for Fitness and Wellness1.5
ES-007CAdvanced Aerobic Walking for Fitness and Wellness1.5
ES-008ABeginning Indoor Cycling1
ES-008BIntermediate Indoor Cycling1
ES-008CAdvanced Indoor Cycling1
ES-009ABeginning Aerobic Dance Exercise1
ES-009BIntermediate Aerobic Dance Exercise1
ES-009CAdvanced Aerobic Dance Exercise1
ES-016ABeginning Trail Running1
ES-016BIntermediate Trail Running1
ES-016CAdvanced Trail Running1
ES-017ABeginning Trail Hiking1
ES-017BIntermediate Trail Hiking1
ES-017CAdvanced Trail Hiking1
ES-021ABeginning Fitness for Chronic Disease And Injury Prevention1.5
ES-021BIntermediate Fitness for Chronic Disease And Injury Prevention1.5
ES-021CAdvanced Fitness for Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention1.5
ES-022Total Body Conditioning1
ES-023ABeginning Resistance Training1
ES-023BIntermediate Resistance Training1
ES-023CAdvanced Resistance Training1
ES-024ABeginning Fitness Boot Camp1
ES-024BIntermediate Fitness Boot Camp1
ES-024CAdvanced Fitness Boot Camp1
ES-026Stress Reduction Through Movement and Mindfulness1
ES-027ABeginning T'ai Chi Ch'uan1
ES-027BIntermediate T'ai Chi Ch'uan1
ES-027CAdvanced T'ai Chi Ch'uan1
ES-028ABeginning Yoga1.5
ES-028BIntermediate Yoga1.5
ES-028CAdvanced Yoga1.5
ES-029Adapted Yoga1
ES-030Adaptive Aquatic Sports Education1
ES-035Adapted Swimming Limited1
ES-037ABeginning Springboard Diving1
ES-037BIntermediate Springboard Diving1
ES-037CAdvanced Springboard Diving1
ES-039Swimming for Nonswimmers1
ES-040ABeginning Aquatic Fitness1
ES-040BIntermediate Aquatic Fitness1
ES-040CAdvanced Aquatic Fitness1
ES-041Adapted Water Aerobics1.5
ES-043ABeginning Swimming1
ES-043BIntermediate Swimming1
ES-043CAdvanced Swimming1
ES-044ABeginning Lap Swimming for Health and Fitness1
ES-044BIntermediate Lap Swimming for Health and Fitness1
ES-044CAdvanced Lap Swimming for Health and Fitness1
ES-060ABeginning Badminton1
ES-060BIntermediate Badminton1
ES-060CAdvanced Badminton1
ES-061ABeginning Pickleball1
ES-061BIntermediate Pickleball1
ES-061CAdvanced Pickleball1
ES-076ABeginning Tennis1
ES-076BIntermediate Tennis1
ES-076CAdvanced Tennis1
ES-125ABeginning Golf1
ES-125BIntermediate Golf1.5
ES-125CAdvanced Golf1.5
ES-130ABeginning Gymnastics1
ES-130BIntermediate Gymnastics1.5
ES-130CAdvanced Gymnastics1.5
ES-155ABeginning Basketball1
ES-155BIntermediate Basketball1
ES-155CAdvanced Basketball1
ES-170ABeginning Soccer1
ES-170BIntermediate Soccer1
ES-170CAdvanced Soccer1
ES-171ABeginning Softball1
ES-171BIntermediate Softball1
ES-171CAdvanced Softball1
ES-172ABeginning Baseball1
ES-172BIntermediate Baseball1
ES-172CAdvanced Baseball1
ES-175ABeginning Volleyball1
ES-175BIntermediate Volleyball1
ES-175CAdvanced Volleyball1
ES-176ABeginning Beach Volleyball1
ES-176BIntermediate Beach Volleyball1
ES-176CAdvanced Beach Volleyball1
ES-180Self-Defense for Women1
ES-185ABeginning Fencing1.5
ES-185BIntermediate Fencing1.5
ES-185CAdvanced Fencing1.5

Associate Degree Major Requirements

Select one of the following:7-8
Human Anatomy
and Human Physiology
Anatomy and Physiology I
and Anatomy and Physiology II
FS-120Human Development3
or CD-125 Child Growth and Development
or CD-131 Child, Family and Community
or ETHN-125 Cross-Cultural Psychology
or PSY-120 Introductory Psychology
or PSY-125 Cross-Cultural Psychology
OTA-100Fundamentals of Occupational Therapy2
OTA-101Fundamentals of Activity/Therapeutic Media2
OTA-102Rehabilitation Terminology, Diseases and Diagnoses2
OTA-110Occupational Skills-Psychosocial4
OTA-111Experiential/Simulation I1
OTA-120Documentation in Occupational Therapy3
OTA-130Dynamics of Human Movement4
OTA-140Occupational Skills Development in Pediatric Roles3
OTA-141Experiential/Simulation II1
OTA-200Introduction to Occupational Therapy Skills in Physical Rehabilitation3
OTA-210Assistive Technology in Occupational Therapy3
OTA-220Advanced Occupational Therapy Skills for Physical Dysfunction3
OTA-221Experiential/Simulation III1
OTA-230Occupational Therapy Management2
OTA-240Clinical Practicum IV6
OTA-241Clinical Practicum V6
Units in the major56-57
Plus General Education Requirements 14
Total Units70-71