To earn a degree in this program, a student must complete the 66 program and general education credits, plus the additional requirements, shown below.
|AHS 129 Medical Terminology||3|
|AHS 230 Pathophysiology||3|
|BIO 201 Anatomy and Physiology I||4|
|BIO 202 Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|PTA 100 Introduction to Physical Therapy||2|
|PTA 101 Physical Therapist Assistant I||4|
|PTA 102 Structural Anatomy||3|
|PTA 115 Functional Anatomy||3|
|PTA 150 Clinical Education I (see footnote 7)||2|
|PTA 200Rehab Neurology||3|
|PTA 201Physical Therapist Assistant II||2|
|PTA 202 Therapeutic Exercise||4|
|PTA 203 PTA Seminar||3|
|PTA 250 Clinical Education II (see footnote 7)||4|
|PTA 260 Clinical Education III (see footnote 7)||4|
|COM Communication (see footnote 1)||3|
|ENG English Composition/Writing (see footnote 2)||6|
|MAT Mathematics (see footnote 3)|
|PHY Physics (see footnote 4)||3|
|Behavioral and Social Science||3|
|General Education Elective (see footnote 5)||3|
|Core Competencies Portfolio (items)||4|
|Health/Fitness (hours) (see footnote 6)||30 Hours|
|Minimum Cumulative Average Overall||2.000|
|Area of Specialization (All Program Requirements):|
|Minimum Grade Required in Each Program Course||2.000|
- Communication chosen from COM 105 or COM 107.
- English Composition/Writing chosen from ENG 101, ENG 102, ENG 103, ENG 104.
- Mathematics: Students must demonstrate competency at a level of MAT 029 or MAT 029C or MAT 136 or at a higher level prior to matriculation in the PTA program.
- Physics chosen from PHY 111 or higher level.
- General Education Elective chosen from History, Humanities and Fine Arts, Environmental Studies.
- Fulfilled by successful completion of PTA 100.
- Students must be immunized prior to the start of Clinical Education I, and must maintain currency through all other clinical courses.