Program Goals

The program goals of the Pfeiffer University Occupational Therapy Program with respective measurements of success are as follows:

Program Goals Measurement of Success Outcomes
To recruit, retain and successfully graduate highly qualified candidates from diverse backgrounds.
  • Admissions Data
  • Graduation Data
Published upon availability
To deliver an intellectually challenging and creative curriculum utilizing innovative teaching strategies. These strategies facilitate successful achievement of established learning outcomes and expected competencies.
  • Annual Curriculum Analysis
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To adhere to the highest standards of student performance and achievement of the Competencies for the Occupational Therapy Profession resulting in successful entrance into the profession with National Certification Board of Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) first-time pass rates at or above the national average.
  • NBCOT Pass Rate Data
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To provide opportunities for students to interact with patients from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds, which prepares and inspires graduates to provide compassionate, culturally sensitive, client-centered, evidence-based healthcare in medically underserved communities locally, nationally and globally.
  • Ongoing programmatic analysis
  • Graduate surveys
  • Employer surveys
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To foster a scholarly setting where students will appropriately conduct a critical appraisal of research resulting in improved patient outcomes and effective communication of their findings through medical writing.
  • Graduate capstone project data
  • Graduate surveys
Published upon availability