Delve deeper into the art and science that helps people live full and meaningful lives.
Through a holistic approach, you’ll learn how to assess, plan and provide therapy for individuals, groups and communities whose lives have been impacted by illness, disability or personal circumstance.
You’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed to promote health and wellbeing by empowering people to participate in everyday activities in self-care, leisure, school, work and community access.
Graduate ready to take on an in-demand career in Australia’s fastest growing industry.
Benefit from over 1,000 hours of practical placements in hospitals, health clinics, community organisations, schools or aged care facilities.
Strong industry connections
Gain unrivalled access and hands-on experience in leading hospitals, healthcare centres, and private practices across the ACT and beyond.
Gain essential clinical skills through fully supervised placements in the UC Health Clinic, where you’ll provide low-cost health services to the Canberra community.
The Bachelor of Occupational Therapy and Master of Occupational Therapy has been granted accreditation by the Occupational Therapy Council (Australia and New Zealand) and has been endorsed as meeting the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) Minimum Standards for Entry Level Education.
Occupational therapists work in a variety of settings.
- Hospitals and health services
- Rehabilitation services
- Homes, schools or workplaces
- Community services
- Aged care facilities
- Private practice
Find out more about health courses.
|Assoc Prof Stephen Isbel||Associate Professor, Discipline Lead|
|Mr Thomas Bevitt||Lecturer, Practice Education Coordinator|
|Ms Breanna Cave||Lecturer|
|Dr Daniela Castro de Jong||Lecturer|
|Ms Cate Hilly||Lecturer, Clinical Educator|
|Ms Tulene McCabe||Lecturer|
|Dr Claire Pearce||Assistant Professor|
|Dr Robert Pereira||Adjunct Associate Professor|
|Mrs Katherine Rae||Lecturer|
|Dr Alison Wicks||Adjunct Associate Professor|
|Heidi Hanes||Clinical Educator|