The department will count the courses listed below to fulfill the program's prerequisites ONLY if the student finishes his/her degree at the indicated institution. Other courses may be considered for equivalency on a case-to-case basis. If a student TRANSFERS to GVSU to complete a bachelor's degree, the courses listed below may or may not maintain their equivalence. Please contact the department at GVSU prior to taking the course(s) for clarification on equivalency.

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College Name
College Course
GVSU OT Equivalency
Michigan State University
Human Anatomy with Lab
ANTR 350 or KIN 216 & 217
College Course: Human Anatomy with Lab
GVSU OT Equivalency: ANTR 350 or KIN 216 & 217
Michigan State University
Human Physiology with Lab
PSL 250 or 310 or 431 & 432
College Course: Human Physiology with Lab
GVSU OT Equivalency: PSL 250 or 310 or 431 & 432
Michigan State University
Kinesiology
KIN 330
College Course: Kinesiology
GVSU OT Equivalency: KIN 330
Michigan State University
Life Span Development Psychology
HDFS 225 or Choose 2 of the following: PSY 244, 344, 346 (FCE 225)
College Course: Life Span Development Psychology
GVSU OT Equivalency: HDFS 225 or Choose 2 of the following: PSY 244, 344, 346 (FCE 225)
Michigan State University
Neuroanatomy or Neuropsychology or Physiological Psychology
PSY 209 or ZOL 402
College Course: Neuroanatomy or Neuropsychology or Physiological Psychology
GVSU OT Equivalency: PSY 209 or ZOL 402
Michigan State University
One course in Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Public Health, or related field
200 level or higher
College Course: One course in Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Public Health, or related field
GVSU OT Equivalency: 200 level or higher
Michigan State University
Psychopathology
PSY 280
College Course: Psychopathology
GVSU OT Equivalency: PSY 280
Michigan State University
Statistics*
PSL 410 or PSY 295 or STT 200 or 201 or 231 or 315
College Course: Statistics*
GVSU OT Equivalency: PSL 410 or PSY 295 or STT 200 or 201 or 231 or 315

All prerequisite courses must be less than 5 years old at time of application. The five year count begins at the time of graduation from a bachelor's degree.