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Occupational science 200


 
Module code OCX 200
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Module content

The theory on the science of occupation. Application of activities in the areas of ADL (Activities of Daily Living) and leisure, as well as elective activities that promote the engagement of clients in meaningful occupation.

Module credits 18.00
NQF Level 06
Prerequisites ANA 151, ANA 152, ANA 161, ANA 162, FSG 161, FSG 162, OCX 100, OTX 100, MTL 180, GNK 286,CIL 121 or AIM 101 or AIM 111 and 121, ELH 121 and 122
Contact time 1 lecture per week, 4 practicals per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Occupational Therapy
Period of presentation Year

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