The graduates of the School of Occupational Therapy will be trained in the following attributes:
Individuals graduating from the School of Occupational Therapy will demonstrate sensitivity, compassion, integrity, and concern for others.
They will have the cognitive abilities to understand and develop theoretical knowledge and technical expertise to work collaboratively with their peers, clients, colleagues, managers, and payers.
They will be respectful of individuality and diversity, build trusting relationships, demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills to educate and enable clients and families, demonstrate creative problem solving skills and conflict resolution skills, and manage multiple, potentially competing demands. They will have the capacity to manage the academic rigour of an intensive and highly integrated classroom and clinical curriculum and will commit to continuous personal and professional development via reflection and feedback. They will have ethical and emotional maturity, and integrity.