Pre-Physical Therapy Major

The Pre-professional Therapy Concentration is designed for students with a major in Health Science, who wish to complete the matriculation requirements for admission into a graduate program in Physical Therapy or Occupational Therapy. Students should review the matriculation requirements of their intended graduate program and then work with their faculty advisors to choose the courses best suited to their intended graduate program.

Degree Outcomes

Advise students about how to meet admissions requirements for Physical or Occupational Therapy schools, of the students choosing, through coursework in Health Science along with other required coursework.

Help students grow as compassionate members of a larger community.

Help mentor students on complimentary pathways that will round out their Physical or Occupational Therapy school applications.

A career in pharmacy offers a broad range of opportunities including local and hospital pharmacies, pharmaceutical research, pharmaceutical and medical field sales, and medical research. A student planning a career in pharmacy ordinarily completes two years of pre-pharmacy course work prior to seeking admission to a school of pharmacy. The student should work closely with the pre-pharmacy advisor to tailor their program to the requirements of the particular pharmacy school in which the student is interested.

Degree Outcomes

Advise students about how to meet admissions requirements for pharmacy schools, of the students choosing, through coursework in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

Help students grow as compassionate members of a larger community.

Help mentor students on complimentary pathways that will round out their pharmacy school applications.

The Pre-Medical curriculum is recommended for students who wish to pursue such careers as traditional human medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, optometry or nontraditional medical arts that require intensive undergraduate preparation in biology and chemistry. The premedical sciences curriculum begins building the student’s knowledge base and testing the student’s qualification for medical or veterinary school through diverse, challenging courses. However, to become a good physician (of humans or animals), the student must possess or develop compassion, integrity, and dedication to service, in addition to intellect and stamina.

Degree Outcomes

Advise students about how to meet admissions requirements for professional schools, of the students choosing, through coursework in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics

Help students grow as compassionate members of a larger community.

Help mentor students on complimentary pathways that will round out their professional school applications.

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