University in St. Louis, Mo., will assist WWU students who want to enter Washington
University’s occupational therapy program.
of all ages and with a variety of social, psychological, developmental, or
physical disabilities. Client-centered treatment focuses both on restoring
function for the person as well as creating an enabling environment by removing
barriers that limit participation.
William Woods in general undergraduate degree requirements, as well as the
prerequisite courses required for entry into Washington University’s program.
After completing the William Woods coursework, students may apply to Washington
University to complete their graduate degree.
Washington University is an “opportunity for students to earn their undergraduate
degree at WWU and their graduate degree at Washington University in five
completing the program.
University spend what would be their senior year as their first year at
Washington University,” explains Bonnie Carr, academic advising director.
“Those credits are then ‘transferred back’ to WWU and the student receives
their bachelor degree from William Woods.”
University], toured their facilities, met with students in the program, as well
as faculty, and discussed how the program was set up and what the expectations
of students are in the program.”
undergraduate degree in psychology or biology, but business, management
information systems, and art are also acceptable. William Woods offers all of
these undergraduate degrees.
degree and doctorate programs. Enrollment tops 1,300 students, and the school
is ranked as one of the top five in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.