OT 275 Occupation: Theories and Perspectives II, 3 credits
Through a variety of experiences in purposeful activity, students will explore the dimensions and characteristics of human occupation. This will include the real and symbolic aspects of the activity and the performance imperatives of various occupations. The focus of analysis will be on occupations as experienced by others- individually, in groups, and in society. Through experiential activities, students expand their activity repertoire, their advocacy skills, and their understanding of activity analysis. Literature from the field of occupational science is incorporated.
Prerequisite: OT 205