Orthotics and Prosthetics (MS)
The Master of Science (MS) in Orthotics and Prosthetics provides educational preparation for orthotists and prosthetists in the evaluation, fabrication, and custom fitting of artificial limbs and orthopedic braces. Students will be trained on the assessment, treatment plan development, implementation, follow-up, and practice management of orthoses and prostheses. The program consists of 33 credit hours offered primarily online, with three one-week intensives held on Century College’s campus within their orthotics and prosthetics lab.
The MS in Orthotics and Prosthetics is offered through a collaborative partnership between Concordia University, St.Paul and Century College. Due to changes in the accreditation requirement through the National Commission on Orthotic and Prosthetic Education (NCOPE), the MSOP has replaced the post-baccalaureate practitioner program previously offered through Century College. Concordia University, St. Paul and Century College representatives work closely to ensure a high-quality student experience that meets the educational needs of the orthotics and prosthetics industry.
|OP 500||Ethics and Compliance in Orthotics and Prosthetics||3|
|OP 530||Research Methods||3|
|OP 525||Epidemiological Statistical Analysis||3|
|OP 545||Orthotic and Prosthetic Practice Management||3|
|OP 505||Clinical Considerations of Lower Extremity Orthotic Management||3|
|OP 520||Clinical Considerations of Trans-Tibial Prosthetic Management||3|
|OP 510||Clinical Considerations of Spinal Orthotic Management||3|
|OP 535||Clinical Considerations of Trans-Femoral Prosthetic Management||3|
|OP 515||Clinical Considerations of Upper Extremity Orthotic Management||3|
|OP 540||Clinical Considerations of Upper Extremity Prosthetic Management||3|
|OP 590||Master's Capstone||3|