JWU rolls out occupational therapy doctorate program

Updated at 10:03 a.m. on June 24, 2019

JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY’S inaugural entry-level occupational therapy doctorate class celebrates the program’s start at a ribbon-cutting on June 17. / COURTESY JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY/MIKE COHEA
PROVIDENCE – Johnson & Wales University has welcomed its inaugural class of 12 students for the state’s first entry-level occupational therapy doctorate program. The full-time, three-year program’s designation as entry-level allows students with a bachelor’s degree to be eligible for admission, rather than requiring a master’s degree, JWU spokesman Ryan J. Crowley said. The school…

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