Pre-Professional Programs

Pre-Athletic Training

(Code 995-900)

The pre-athletic training program is intended to prepare students for admission into a graduate program in athletic training.  Students should plan on completing a baccalaureate degree before matriculating into an athletic training graduate program.  Because the specific requirements of professional schools vary considerably, students should obtain current academic catalogs from the schools in which they are interested.  The pre-athletic training program is an advising track and not a major, minor, or certificate program. Interested students should select an appropriate major in consultation with an academic advisor in their chosen area of study.

Pre-Chiropractic

(Code 704-901)

Advisor: M. Mattes (Kinesiology).

The pre-chiropractic program is intended to prepare students for admission into a chiropractic college. Most accredited chiropractic colleges prefer that students earn a baccalaureate degree before beginning, or concurrently with, their chiropractic training. Because the specific requirements of professional schools vary considerably, students should obtain current academic catalogs from the schools in which they are interested. The pre-chiropractic program is an advising track and not a major, minor, or certificate program. Interested students should select an appropriate major in consultation with an academic advisor in their chosen area of study.

Pre-Occupational Therapy

(Code 665-901)

Advisor: M. Mattes (Kinesiology).

The pre-occupational therapy program is intended to prepare students for admission into a graduate program in occupational therapy. Most occupational therapy programs are now at the graduate level. Students should plan on completing a baccalaureate degree before applying to occupational therapy graduate programs. Because the specific requirements of professional schools vary considerably, students should obtain current academic catalogs from the schools in which they are interested. The pre-occupational therapy program is an advising track and not a major, minor, or certificate program. Interested students should select an appropriate major in consultation with an academic advisor in their chosen area of study.

Pre-Physical Therapy

(Code 662-901)

Advisor: M. Mattes (Kinesiology).

The pre-physical therapy program is intended to prepare students for admission into a graduate program in physical therapy. Most physical therapy programs are now at the graduate level. Students should plan on completing a baccalaureate degree before applying to physical therapy graduate programs. Because the specific requirements of professional schools vary considerably, students should obtain current academic catalogs from the schools in which they are interested. The pre-physical therapy program is an advising track and not a major, minor, or certificate program. Interested students should select an appropriate major in consultation with an academic advisor in their chosen area of study.