- Introductory Psychology
- Abnormal Psychology or Psychopathology
- Life Span/Human Development Psychology course must include the study of development from birth to death; more than one course may be required
- Introductory Sociology or Introductory Anthropology
- Statistics* must include a study of descriptive and inferential statistics
- Human Anatomy* one (1) semester with lab, OR Human Anatomy & Physiology I with lab
- Human Physiology* one (1) semester, lab preferred OR Human Anatomy & Physiology II with lab
- Medical Terminology
* courses must be completed not more than 7 years prior to application deadline.
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- Online courses are acceptable EXCEPT for science courses with labs.
- Dual credit courses are acceptable if recorded on a college transcript with a grade.
- Courses taken for AP credit will be accepted for prerequisite courses if a score of three or higher is earned. The course must appear on official university transcripts.
- CLEP tests are not accepted.
- Students may retake up to fifteen (15) credit hours of prerequisites. The higher grade will be used to compute prerequisite GPA, but all grades will be used to calculate cumulative GPA.
- Applicants who previous matriculated in any occupational therapy program in the United States are not eligible for admission into the IU Doctor of Occupational Therapy program.