Master of Science
The Occupational Therapy Programs’ mission is to educate and prepare a diverse and eclectic group of occupational therapists to promote health and well-being through occupation as practitioners, consultants, educators, and researchers in a variety of socio cultural, professional, geographic, and institutional contexts. The programs aim to be supportive and responsive to the continuously changing needs of the local NYC and wider community. In line with the university mission, the program recognizes the importance of its location in NYC and seeks to link its research and teaching to the vast resources of a great metropolis.
Tuition and Fees
|Class||Tuition||Health & Related Services Fee||Program Fee||Technology Fee||Document Fee||Other|
|Entering 2019||$21,580/semester, $800 Level II Fieldwork||$1,576/year||$1750/semester||$206/semester||$105 (one time)||$75 AOTA Membership Fee, $110/semester International Student Fee (if applicable)|
|Entering 2020||$22,226/semester, $800 Level II Fieldwork||$1,575/year||$1750/semester||$206/semester||$105 (one time)||$75 AOTA Membership Fee, $110/semester International Student Fee (if applicable)|
- Fees do not include out of pocket expenses, which may include, but are not limited to, background checks, health screenings/requirements for fieldwork, and/or transportation.
- Fees may be subject to change.
- For more information about tuition and fees, please visit our Tuition & Financial Aid page.
Accreditation & Program Outcomes
Our entry-level professional program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE®), and has been since 1943.
Learn more information about our accreditation.