Blended Master of Occupational Therapy

The Blended MOT Program is designed for students who have completed their bachelor’s degree and are ready to blend online learning and self-directed courses with on-campus coursework each week, starting in January each year.

Program Highlights

  • Complete your degree in 2½ years
  • 20 year history of educating occupational therapists
  • ACOTE accredited
  • Fieldwork experiences integrated throughout the curriculum and paired with courses
  • Active community partnerships
  • Readiness assessment for the NBCOT exam, including practice exams and prep courses

CUW Experience

  • Courses built on a Christian foundation
  • State-of-the-art facilities
  • Global education trips to Curacao, Nepal, Nicaragua, Guatemala
  • Exposure to a diverse client population through clinical and community settings
  • On-campus pro bono clinic
  • Opportunities to pursue specialty courses:
    • Ergonomics
    • Geriatrics
    • Health & Wellness
    • Neurorehabilitation
    • Pediatrics
    • Upper Extremity Rehabilitation

Personal Touch

  • Small class size of 24 students per cohort
  • Students receive personal attention from faculty
  • Hands-on application throughout the program
  • Engagement in both student and professional OT organizations locally and nationally
  • Interprofessional education events within the School of Health Professions
  • Faculty-mentored research opportunities 


Concordia’s Blended MOT curriculum covers everything from orthopedic and pediatric rehabilitation to the psychosocial aspects of wellness. Extensive fieldwork experience quickly translates classroom theory into practical application.

For a detailed, semester-by-semester curriculum, please see our course catalog.

Admissions Requirements

Please see our course catalog for admissions requirements.

Application Process

The Blended MOT Program at CUW participates in the Occupational Therapy Centralized Application Service, known as OTCAS. Applicants apply online using the OTCAS application ( and submit all application items directly to OTCAS. Concordia does not require students to submit GRE scores, a supplemental application, or supplemental application fee. 

Please contact our graduate admissions staff for more information.