The BS/MSOP is a mixed, undergraduate and graduate track, accepting students both with and without a bachelor’s degree. This is one of the most robust orthotics and prosthetics curricula in the country with 156 academic units. Undergraduate students will simultaneously earn a B.S. in health sciences, and an MSOP in orthotics and prosthetics. Bachelor-prepared students will graduate with an MSOP degree.
Supervised clinical experience is obtained in a variety of settings during the program through clinical rotations and weekly grand rounds. These ongoing, weekly clinical rotations are an essential part of a student's academic and professional requirements, and prepare them for the final quarter clinical affiliations required for the completion of the MSOP degree curriculum.
Program Length2½-years (10 quarters)
Orthotists and Prosthetists work in a variety of settings: private practice, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, specialty clinics, home health settings and nursing homes.
|Quarter||Application Open||Priority Deadline||Final Deadline|
|Autumn of 2022||Oct 1, 2021||—||Sep 23, 2022|
|Autumn of 2023||Oct 2, 2022||—||Sep 22, 2023|
The BS/MSOP program accepts applicants with or without an earned bachelor degree. Students with or without an earned bachelor’s degree must comply with the profession's CAAHEP standards for admission into the BS/MSOP program: