Occupational Therapy Doctorate - OTD (proposed)
Kettering College is pleased to announce that it is in the process of developing an Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) program. This will be the school's first doctoral degree offering.
We have submitted applications to the necessary accreditation associations for approval of the new program. Student applications will not be accepted until approval is granted.
All applicants would need to have a bachelor’s degree in a health or education related field. Additional prerequisite and admission criteria will be available in the future, as the program is approved by accrediting associations. A timeline for accepting applications will be posted here once all necessary accreditation is granted.
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Kettering College has hired Terrance Anderson, OTD, as the founding OTD program director. Dr. Anderson has extensive experience in administration, higher education, school system occupational therapy, geriatric occupational therapy, international service, information systems, and international development and disaster relief. He earned an Occupational Therapy Doctorate degree at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2007; an entry-level Masters in Occupational Therapy from Towson University in 1997; and a Bachelor of Science in Counseling Psychology from Columbia Union College (now Washington Adventist University) in 1991.
At this time, we are seeking potential applicants for the OTD faculty, both full- and part-time. Potential faculty should email a cover letter and current curriculum vitae to Dr. Anderson.