The PhD in Occupational Therapy is conferred by virtue of a thesis and, unless the Dean decides otherwise, an examination pertaining to the field of study chosen for the thesis.
The thesis (ART 990) must deal with a problem in a field of Occupational Therapy; it must give a synopsis of the literature on the topic and contain a description of the observations made and experiments done by the student as well as a discussion of the conclusions reached.
Subject to the stipulations of the General Regulations, a candidate for admission to doctoral degree studies must hold a master's degree.
Also consult General Regulations.
Note: All PhD students must register for, and attend (TNM 800) Applied research methodology 800 satisfactorily. (Exemption will be granted if (TNM 800) Applied research methodology 800 has been passed for the MOccTher degree.)