Occupational Therapy

The Occupational Therapy Program (OCCT) at the College of Applied Medical Sciences (CAMS) is a clinically focused program that integrates theory, practice, and clinical training to graduate entry level Occupational Therapists. The college adopted (with modifications) the Occupational Therapy Program of the University of Oklahoma in the USA.


The Occupational Therapy (OCCT) program is committed to provide high-quality teaching and occupational therapy related research and foster professional services and community engagement that meet the needs of people in Saudi Arabia.

Occupational Therapy Program Goals:

In alignment with the university and the college goals, Occupational Therapy Program goals are to:

- Graduate occupational therapist professional who apply high standard practice in the field using evidence based. 
- Prepare graduates to conduct scientific research in Occupational Therapy and health related sciences.  

- Encourage graduates' engagement in community services to enhance quality of life.​​