* HS 304 Human Gross Anatomy at the Bay Shore campus is taught utilizing human cadaver dissection. At the Manhattan campus, HS 305 is taught utilizing computer-generated images, physical models, and other multimedia tools.
** Availability depends on enrollment; topics will vary and may include but is not limited to: hand therapy, school-based OT, gerontology, adult rehabilitation, pediatric rehabilitation, developmental disabilities, adult psychosocial rehabilitation, child psychosocial rehabilitation.
*** All students of the School of Health Sciences must complete a one credit independent study in Community Service to be eligible for graduation. This course may be taken at any time during the student's time at Touro; however, first semester of the first year is not recommended. OT 385 also will meet the requirement. See your advisor regarding these courses.