Jefferson School of Health Professions
Ranked #6 nationally and #1 in the Delaware Valley by U.S. News and World Report, Jefferson’s occupational therapy academic programs provide multiple entry pathways. Whether you are coming from high school or another college, or you are an OT looking for a graduate degree, all Jefferson graduates are prepared for a rewarding career. Graduating classes consistently exhibit higher than national average passing rates on the national certification examination.
Jefferson leads the way in healthcare education with the use of innovative teaching strategies, including simulated patients, consumer instructors and targeted interprofessional education opportunities allowing students to learn beside peers in other health and medical professions. All classes are taught by an innovative, highly experienced faculty, many of whom are involved in funded training and research projects. Faculty and students have an opportunity to collaborate in projects based in Jefferson Elder Care, Child and Family Studies and Sensory Integration Laboratory.