The mission of the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at Pitt Community College is to educate and empower graduates to achieve excellence and competency in practice skills and knowledge required to be an entry level occupational therapy assistant, according to the standards set by the profession.
Graduation Rates and Certification Outcomes
Number of Students Accepted into the Program
Program Graduation Rates
Number of graduates who took the national certification within 12 months of graduation
|Number of graduates that passed
||Percentage of graduates that passed
|3 Year Total||72||49||68%||51||51||100%|
Note: Occupational Therapy Assistant students at Pitt Community College graduate in December; therefore the first-time test takers may reflect graduates from the previous year.
The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) has compiled program outcome data for occupational therapy and occupational therapy assistant programs throughout the nation. For more information, visit the NBCOT website.