Idaho State University
Occupational Therapy Program
Campus Box 8045
Pocatello, ID 83209-8045
Program Director: Bryan M. Gee, OTD, MEd, OTR/L, BCP
Completion: Master’s or combined bachelor/master degree
Avg. Class Size: Small
Phone: (800) 797-4781
Fax: (208)282-4847 – graduate school office fax
Requirements: completion of bachelor’s degree, minimum 3.0 GPA, completion of all prerequisite courses with minimum 3.0 GPA, 3 letters of reference, GRE or MAT test scores, minimum of 40 hours of volunteer or work related experience in two separate OT settings
Idaho State University has three campuses throughout the State. One is in Twin Falls, another is in Idaho Falls, and the last is in Meridian. This school serves almost 15,000 students and offers several different majors in the medical, business, research, and technology fields. The Occupational Therapy program focuses in on science and offers multidisciplinary training in subjects such as physical therapy, psychology, and Special Ed.
Small classroom sizes help students engage with their professors which can offer an intimate approach during lessons, fieldwork, and other hands-on participation. Students are surrounded by the natural beauty of Idaho and can find several different outdoor activities near campus.