NBCOT Examination Results

 

2019

2018

2017

Total

Total number of program graduates during year (degrees issued in May, August, and December)* 46 42 49 137
Number of new graduates taking exam within 12 months of completing degree 41 49 48 138
Number of new graduates passing exam within 12 months of completing degree
(% passing)
38
(93%)
49
(100%)
48
(100%)
135
(97.67%)

*students who complete program in December test during the following calendar year

Program Graduation Rates

The total number of graduates from the Springfield College Occupational Therapy Program during the three-year period of 2017-2019 was 137, with an overall graduation rate of 98.5%.

Graduation Year

Students Entering/Students Graduating

Graduation Rate

2019 46/44 96%
2018 42/42 100%
2017 49/49 100%
3 year rate 137/135 98.5%

To see Springfield College OT Program performance data, visit the NBCOT school performance page.

Employment Data

A recent survey of Springfield College Occupational Therapy Program graduates revealed that 97% of those who responded are working either full- or part-time, with just 3% currently not working by choice. One-third had secured a position by the time they completed the program, and 40% found a position in less than two months.

Springfield College OT Program graduates work in the following settings:

  • 28% in schools
  • 21% in acute care hospitals
  • 21% in rehab hospitals or units
  • 21% in skilled nursing facilities
  • 16% in pediatric outpatient services
  • 12% in adult outpatient therapy
  • 9% in mental health facilities
  • 9% in early intervention programs
  • 7% in private group practices

...and a variety of other settings, including homecare, colleges, and hand therapy clinics. (The total is more than 100% because many graduates work in more than one setting.)

Springfield College OT Program graduates work with people in the following age ranges:

  • 58% with older adults
  • 50% with adolescents or young adults
  • 49% with middle adults
  • 43% with children
  • 21% with infants/toddlers

(The total is more than 100% because many graduates work with people of various ages.)