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University of Southern California Reviews of Master's in Occupational Therapy

5 Reviews

Locations:   Los Angeles (CA) 

Annual Tuition: $61,503

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Student Reviews - Master's in Occupational Therapy

Student Reviews - Master's in Occupational Therapy

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Brittanie Fuentes

Reviewed: 3/25/2017

Degree: Occupational Therapy

You get an outstanding world class education attending USC. The program is fantastic and the professors really care about their students. This university may have a hefty price tag but you essentially get what you pay for - the best of the best. Being one of the top 3 ranked universities for occupational therapy, I am proud to attend.


Reviewed: 1/3/2017

Degree: Occupational Therapy

It was a great program. The teachers are very passionate about what they teach and are very supportive.

Rocio Alvarez

Reviewed: 12/30/2014

Degree: Occupational Therapy

I have been attending USC's Occupational Therapy program for 6 months, and I thoroughly enjoy being a student in this prestigious establishment. The faculty offer support to the students in and outside of class, which shows they want all students to be successful. The courses challenge the students enough to be prepared for the "real world." With a focus on three practice immersions (mental health, pediatrics, and adult physical rehab), the students get full exposure of the role of the occupational... Read More

Kayla Giunta

Reviewed: 1/7/2014

Degree: Occupational Therapy

Pros: The program is rated number one in the country, connects students to the community, great job networking, scholarships available through USC alumni foundations, allows a balance of work and play even in the classroom, and faculty are there to help. Cons: Higher tuition than all other OT programs, long class periods, and allots for little time to work during school (a.k.a. more debt).

Erica Law

Reviewed: 9/9/2013

Degree: Occupational Therapy

Cost is definitely a con. A lot of emphasis on theory, but is progressing and constantly changing curriculum to meet student's needs and expectations.


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