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 Program Learning Outcomes


 On successful completion of the Occupational Therapy program, students will be able to:​ ​​

  • Recall different physical, behavior and mental conditions and their impact on occupational performance during the life-span.
  • Recognize the impact of occupation and its role as a central construct in occupational therapy practice. 
  • Integrate concepts of health and wellbeing related to clinical science, and theoretical models to identify occupational performance evaluation and treatment selection.
  • Participate in scientific research, community, and interprofessional activities related to occupational therapy.
  • Assess the link between client's occupational performance problems and contexts, performance patterns, performance skills and client factors.
  • Plan an evaluation using standardized and non-standardized assessments to assess occupational performance problems of person, groups and populations for intervention planning. 
  • Reconstruct training of clients in functional aspect of daily living in laboratory, clinical, and community settings with appropriate activities and occupations.
  • Illustrate fluency in oral and written communication and attain ability to access Web-based materials in the learning process.
  • Show effective leadership skills and collaboration with members of Multidisciplinary teams.
  • Use a lifelong learning ability in facilitating the development of the occupational therapy profession in Saudi Arabia. 
  • Adhere to the ethical behavior based on occupational therapy code of ethics.