Career Services

Employer Survey - MSOT

 

Employer Questionnaire

Occupational Therapy – Master of Science Degree


Thank you for your interest in our online survey. We would like your feedback about the quality of the degree program from which you hired a New England Tech graduate.

Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey. As you will see the survey asks you to evaluate the program and not to evaluate an individual employee. Your response will enable us to assess the strengths of the college's program and to continue to improve it in the future.

If you have any questions or would prefer to speak with me about the survey or the program, please call me at (401) 739-5000 or 1-800-736-7744.

Sincerely,
Patricia Blakemore, Director of Career Services


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The Master of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy identifies the abilities listed below as important to success in the field. Please respond to the statements below rating each one with the level of your agreement.
 

Upon graduation from the OT program, The NEIT graduate was able to:

1. Demonstrate a depth and breadth of understanding of OT theoretical knowledge and its practical application for all aspects of service management
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2. Demonstrate command of foundational skills in communication, math, science and social science to inform their critical thinking and problem solving about OT assessment, outcome prediction, and planning of service delivery.
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3. Apply skills in problem detecting, problem solving, and thinking logically, flexibly, and critically about clinical and managerial questions.
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4. Contribute and lead in a rapidly changing society with respect to advances in technology, and changes in legislation, reimbursement, health care delivery and social contexts.
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5. Continuously value and take responsibility for professional development and life-long learning and to encourage these qualities in others.
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6. Consistently demonstrate the highest level of ethics and standards of practice for occupational therapy.
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