No, the admissions requirement that an applicant have taken the GRE within the last three years may not be waived or substituted.
At the time of application, students will identify their preference for a slot on the OKC campus, the Tulsa campus, or whether they will accept the first available position. Since there is a pre-established number of positions for each campus, students are assigned to their 1st choice campus only if space permits. Once assigned to a campus, students should expect to remain on that campus for three years.
No, the physical and occupational therapy education programs are full-time commitments. Students often take 16 to 18 credit hours of graduate level courses a semester. A few of the semesters require full-time (40 hours per week) clinical internships.
Prerequisite courses are attainable at many of the Colleges and Universities within the state. Check the prerequisite finder or meet with your school advisor regarding equivalent courses.
Candidates should have a high overall grade point average (GPA) and GRE scores.
No. The physical or occupational therapist assistant curriculum differs from that offered by the physical or occupational therapist programs. The assistant programs do not provide the needed prerequisites required for physical or occupational therapist education.