Occupational Therapist Assistant & Physiotherapist Assistant

Full-Time

Course List

Term 1

NSG-1183: Human Anatomy and Physiology I

This course is the first of two courses that provide a basic introduction to the structure and function of the human body. The micro and macro anatomy of each organ system is examined, and the interrelation of physiology is discussed. The principle of homeostasis is taught and utilized when discussing the correlation between the structure and function of the major organ systems. Students apply course content through online anatomy laboratory practice exercises and in class practice.

OPA-1003: Human Movement and Functions

ENG-1033: Communications for Health Sciences

This course is designed to improve students' writing skills by focusing on mechanics, sentence structure, spelling, medical terminology, professional writing style, and workplace report writing.

IPH-1001: Interprofessional Perspectives - Health

As a new student to a health care profession this course introduces you to the workings of interprofessional teams. Concepts of teamwork, conflict resolution, the health care system and ethics will be presented through a unique interprofessional delivery model.

OPA-1012: Introduction to Rehabilitation

HGD-1013: Human Growth and Development

This course presents a comprehensive overview of the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development of the individual across the lifespan. While participating in this course the learner will develop a better understanding of his/her own developmental processes. This course is of particular benefit to those who are preparing for careers within the helping professions.

PSY-1003: Psychology I

This course is about how we behave. It is an attempt to understand ourselves and others. The primary goal of this course is to see psychology as an objective way of studying human experience.

GED-XXX3: General Education Elective

Term 2

NSG-2183: Human Anatomy and Physiology II

This is the second of two courses that provide a basic introduction to the structure and function of the human body. The micro and macro anatomy of each organ system is examined, and the interrelation of physiology is discussed. The principle of homeostasis is taught and utilized when discussing the correlation between the structure and function of the major organ systems. This course is delivered in a hybrid format. Students apply course content through online anatomy laboratory practice exercises and in class practice.

OPA-2003: OTA Skills: Occupation

ENG-2033: Communications for Health Sciences II

This course is designed to further develop students' communication proficiency. Basics of workplace writing, public speaking, and specific research report writing skills are included in the course.

OPA-2013: Clinical Conditions in Rehabilitation

OPA-2023: OTA/PTA Skills: Foundations of Therapeutic Exercise

GED-XXX3: General Education Elective

GED-XXX3: General Education Elective

Term 3

OPA-3001: Field Experience Prep

OPA-3026: OTA/PTA Skills: Transfers, Gait and Mobility

OPA-3036: OTA/PTA Clinical Skills: Electrophysical Modalities and Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation

OPA-3046: OTA Clinical Skills: Person and the Environment

OPA-3056: Enhanced Therapeutic Skills

OPAF-3018: Field Experience I

Term 4

OPA-4003: Clinical Case Studies: Consolidation

OPA-4013: Rehabilitation: Broader Perspectives and Current Trends

OPA-4023: Professional Practice

OPAF-4018: Field Experience II

OPA-4034: Capstone Consolidation


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Program Information
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