Occupational Therapy

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
State code 6531GX015
Faculty Faculty of Health Care
Study field Rehabilitation
Qualification Professional Bachelor in Health Sciences; Qualification of Occupational Therapist
Form and duration of studies Full-time studies, 3 years
Credits 180
Study plans Degree Course 2020-2022
Degree Course 2019-2021
Degree Course 2018-2020

Career Prospects

The qualification gives access to work as an occupational therapist in all personal health care institutions: hospitals, outpatient clinics, family centers, sanatoriums and rehabilitation centers, professional and social rehabilitation facilities, educational institutions for disabled children, foster homes, rest-homes, facilities dealing with prosthetic appliances, orthopedic and technical aids, institutions for disabled people, municipality subdivisions or to develop individual business of occupational therapy services.

Learning Outcomes

You will be able to:

  • use information and communication technology tools in searching and processing information.
  • accumulate, interpret and regularly apply scientific achievements.
  • demonstrate verbal and written communication skills and appreciate cultural differences.
  • demonstrate the skills of applied research performance.
  • disseminate and apply general knowledge in practice, considering problem-solving.
  • work independently and focus on self-critical thinking.
  • estimate new situations and activities, make appropriate decisions and apply them properly.
  • explain the basic theoretical framework of the subject, its nature and the relationship with health, the purpose of professional activity, composition of the human body, its functions and the relationship with the environment and activities.
  • explain the importance of the relationship between the society’s health, social cohesion, labor rights and community, and the environment.
  • evaluate a person’s mental, physical, spiritual and social needs and opportunities on the basis of a holistic approach.
  • prepare and apply Occupational Therapy programme aimed at ensuring a person’s and/or community’s well-being, considering health, social situations and/or the environment.
  • use activities for the reduction of disorders or to search for new techniques, including recovery and creative powers of a person.
  • identify the impact of environmental factors on work productivity and adapt the environment for people with special needs.
  • select and apply Occupational Therapy theories and models and carry out activity analysis and synthesis in order to achieve the highest results for each individual or a community.
  • communicate/cooperate with individuals, a community and other specialists.
  • demonstrate social partnership.
  • behave professionally in terms of ethics, deontology and the law.
  • observe the principles of science and life-long learning.
  • critically evaluate quantitative and qualitative testing results and follow the evidence-based practice.
  • learn, organize and plan activities in creating new ideas and adapting to new situations.
  • introduce Occupational Therapy and provide consultation on its execution.
  • organize prevention activities.
  • develop Occupational Therapy services considering the needs of a person/community.

 


 

Full-time studies

Degree Course 2020-2022

1st semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation*
Psychology 6 E
Rehabilitation 3 E
Introduction in Occupational Therapy 5 E
Models of Occupational Therapy 4 E
Anatomy and Physiology 5 E
Health Law and Administration 4 E
Cognitive Practice 3 P
2nd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Anatomy and Physiology 5 E
Kinesiology 6 E
General and Clinical Pathology 4 E
Genetics 3 E
Preparatory Methods and Tasks in Occupational Therapy 5 E
Basics of Nursing and Emergency Care 3 E
Practice of Occupational Therapy Models 4 P
3rd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Teaching Methods in Occupational Therapy 4 E
Pharmacology 3 E
Functional Assessment 3 E
Musculoskeletal Disorders and Human Occupation 7 E
Occupational Therapy with Elderly 4 E
Context and Environment 6 P
Optional Course 1 3 E
4th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Methodology of Applied Research and Statistics 4 E
Mental Health and Human Occupation 6 E
Hearing, Visual Impairments and Human Occupation 3 E
Neurological Disorders and Human Occupation 7 E
First Practice of Professional Activity 7 P
Optional Course 2 3 E
5th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Occupational Therapy in Community 7 E
Work and Ergonomics 5 E
Occupational Therapy for Children 5 E
Leisure Therapy 3 P
Second Practice of Professional Activity 7 P
Optional Course 3 3 E
6th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Final Practice 20 E
Professional Bachelor Graduation Thesis 10 P

Optional subjects are freely selectable subjects from the list of predefined subjects.

* E – exam, P – project

 


 

Full-time studies

Degree Course 2019-2021

1st semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation*
Psychology 6 E
Rehabilitation 3 E
Introduction in occupational Therapy 5 E
Models of occupational therapy 4 E
Anatomy and Physiology 5 E
Health Law and Administration 4 E
Cognitive Practice 3 P
2nd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Anatomy and Physiology 5 E
Kinesiology 6 E
General and Clinical Pathology 4 E
Genetics 3 E
Preparatory Methods and Tasks in Occupational Therapy 5 E
Basics of Nursing and Emergency Care 3 E
Practice of Occupational Therapy Models 4 P
3rd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Teaching Methods in Occupational Therapy 4 E
Pharmacology 3 E
Functional Assessment 3 E
 Musculoskeletal Disorders and Human occupation 7 E
Occupational Therapy with Elderly 4 E
Context and Environment 6 P
Optional Course 1 3 E
4th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Methodology of Applied Research and Statistics 4 E
Mental Health and Human Occupation 6 E
Hearing, Visual Impairments and Human Occupation 3 E
Neurological Disorders and Human Occupation 7 E
First Practice of Professional Activity 7 P
Optional Course 2 3 E
5th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
 Occupational Therapy in Community 7 E
Work and Ergonomics 5 E
Occupational Therapy for Children 5 E
Leisure Therapy 3 P
Second Practice of Professional Activity 7 P
Optional Course 3 3 E
6th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Final Practice 20 E
Professional Bachelor Graduation Thesis 10 P

Optional subjects are freely selectable subjects from the list of predefined subjects.

* E – exam, P – project


 

Full-time studies

Degree Course 2018-2020

1st semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation*
Psychology 6 E
Rehabilitation 3 E
Introduction in Occupational Therapy 5 E
Models of Occupational Therapy 4 E
Anatomy and Physiology 5 E
Health Law and Administration 4 E
Cognitive Practice 3 P
2nd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Anatomy and Physiology 5 E
Kinesiology 6 E
General and Clinical Pathology 4 E
Genetics 3 E
Musculoskeletal Disorders and Human Occupation 5 E
Basics of Nursing and Emergency Care 3 E
Practice of Occupational Therapy Models 4 P
3rd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Teaching Methods in Occupational Therapy 4 E
Pharmacology 3 E
Functional Assessment 3 E
Preparatory Methods and Tasks in Occupational Therapy 7 E
Occupational Therapy with Elderly 4 E
Context and Environment 6 P
Optional Course 1 3 E
4th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Methodology of Applied Research and Statistics 4 E
Mental Health and Human Occupation 6 E
Hearing, Visual Impairments and Human Occupation 3 E
Neurological Disorders and Human Occupation 7 E
First Practice of Professional Activity 7 P
Optional Course 2 3 E
5th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Occupational Therapy in Community 7 E
Work and Ergonomics 5 E
Occupational Therapy for Children 5 E
Leisure Therapy 3 P
Second Practice of Professional Activity 7 P
Optional Course 3 3 E
6th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Final Practice 20 E
Professional Bachelor Graduation Thesis 10 P

Optional subjects are freely selectable subjects from the list of predefined subjects.

* E – exam, P – project