Kettering College received final approval by the Higher Learning Commission to offer a doctorate in Occupational Therapy.
Kettering College will be one in 14 colleges in the United States to offer an entry-level doctoral program for occupational therapy.
“Occupational Therapy is a growing field and is demanding more professionals who have post-graduate degrees,” explains Nate Brandstater, president of Kettering College, “We are thrilled to be offering an innovative doctoral program that will propel Kettering College graduates into the future of health care.”
This new OTD program will expand the Kettering College campus into Greene County. The Ollie Davis Medical Arts and Education Center will be the designated location for the OTD program. The center is located at 68 Darst Road in Beavercreek near Indian Ripple Road. The Ollie Davis Medical Arts and Education Center and Kettering Medical Center are part of the Kettering Health Network.