OT info session set for Nov. 10
MILLIGAN COLLEGE, Tenn. (Oct. 18, 2017)—Students interested in studying occupational therapy (OT) can find out more about Milligan College’s Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) program on Friday, Nov. 10, from 9-11 a.m. Students will meet in Milligan’s McGlothlin-Street Occupational Therapy Center located in the Thompson Center on Emmanuel Hill.
Students will have the opportunity to take a campus tour, review the admissions process and talk with current OT students. Dr. Christy Isbell, professor of occupational therapy, will give students an overview of the program and lead a Q-and-A session afterwards. Isbell is a pediatric occupational therapist with more than twenty years of experience in her field and holds a Ph.D. in child development and family studies from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
“This event is the perfect opportunity for students to learn more about what it’s like to be an occupational therapy student at Milligan,” said Jennifer Duran, admissions recruiter for healthcare programs. “The experience of touring the OT lab and Milligan’s campus as well as interacting with Milligan’s expert faculty is invaluable for a student considering the program.”
Milligan’s MSOT program is the only master’s level occupational therapy program in Northeast Tennessee. The program prepares therapists to address the physical, psychological and cognitive aspects of a person’s well-being through engagement in activity in all of their environments. Learn more at www.milligan.edu/msot.
For more information, contact Jennifer Duran at 423.461.8424 or JDuran@milligan.edu.
MILLIGAN UNIVERSITY is a Christian liberal arts university in Northeast Tennessee whose vision is to change lives and shape culture through a commitment to servant leadership. The university offers more than 100 majors, minors, pre-professional degrees and concentrations in a variety of fields, along with graduate and adult degree completion programs. To learn more about Milligan University, visit www.milligan.edu or call 800-262-8337.