Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
Dr. Bettie DavisCoordinator and AdvisorAllied Health ProgramsPhone: 724-805-2468
Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing
The Occupational Therapy cooperative program between Saint Vincent College and Duquesne University School of Health Sciences is a five-year master’s degree program. Upon successful completion of the fourth year, students who have not already earned a bachelor’s degree will be awarded a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from Duquesne University. Upon successful completion of the fifth year, students will be awarded a Master of Occupational Therapy degree from Duquesne University.
Fall Semester BL 150 General Biology I - 3 creditsBL 151 General Biology I Laboratory - 1 credit CH 101 General Chemistry I - 3 credits CH 103 General Chemistry I Laboratory - 1 credit TH 119 Exploring Religious Meaning - 3 credits EL— Literature Elective - 3 credits PY 100 Introduction To Psychology - 3 creditsFirst-Year Seminar - 1 credit Total 18
Spring Semester BL 152 General Biology II - 3 credits BL 153 General Biology II Lab - 1 creditPL 101 1st Philosophy - 3 creditsEL 102 Language & Rhetoric - 3 creditsSO 101 Introduction to Sociology - 3 credits MA 104 or MA 109 Calculus I preferred 3 or 4 creditsTotal 16 or 17
Typical Second-Year Schedule
Fall Semester BL 220 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy - 3 creditsBL 221 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Laboratory - 1 creditPH 111 General Physics I - 3 creditsPH 113 General Physics I Laboratory - 1 creditBA 350 or PY 203 Statistics I - 3 credits CS 101 Survey of Computers - 3 creditsSO 105 Chemical Dependency - 3 creditsTotal 17
Spring Semester BL 224 Mammalian Physiology - 3 creditsBL 225 Mammalian Physiology Laboratory - 1 creditEthics** - 3 credits Faith & Reasoning*** - 3 credits Fine Arts Elective - 3 credits Global Diversity* - 3 creditsTotal 16 Total credit hours at Saint Vincent College 67
All students transferring to Duquesne University must complete courses in the following core areas. Below is a list of core areas and the courses that fulfill the requirement.
* Global Diversity includes one of the following: TH 380 World Religions, TH 385 Buddhism, HI 108 Traditional East Asian Societies I, HI 109 Modern East Asian Societies, HI 233 History of Latin America, HI 270 The Rise of Chinese Civilization, HI 280 Islamic Civilization I 3, HI 123 Global History I, or HI 102 Western Civilization I ** Ethics includes ether PL 218 Bioethics, or TH 280 Catholic Bioethics *** Communication includes one of the following: CA 120 Public Presentation or CA 140 Interpersonal and Organizational Communication Social Justice: SO 101 Introduction to Sociology, TH 250 Introduction to Moral Theology, TH 265 God, Work, and Money Philosophy: PL 101 1st Philosophy