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Physical therapy is an entry-level master’s program. Listed below is the suggested undergraduate prerequisite course sequence. For a description of the program and for additional information, please refer to the college Web site at www.hp.ufl.edu/pt or the Graduate Catalog.
The following course sequence permits completion of general education requirements and health science and physical therapy prerequisites for UF. The pre-PT program accepts AP, IB, or CLEPcredit for a maximum of two prerequisite courses. All other prerequisite courses must be completed at the university level with grades of C or better. Students should consult a college adviser if they have questions.
In order to be ‘on track’ for this major, a student must meet the critical tracking criteria listed below each semester of enrollment beginning with the first fall or spring term. Students must remain on track for each subsequent fall and spring term for a total of four semesters in order to be considered for admission at the junior level. Students also must submit a college application. Off-track students must speak with a college adviser before registering for the next semester.
Pre-PT students can select any major for their junior-senior course work. Below is the course sequence for Pre-PT students in health science.
For semesters 5-8, students must enroll in all semesters and take all core courses in the term/order indicated with the exception of statistics, which can be taken any time in the junior year. A minimum grade of C is required in all health science core courses, which are listed in bold. College electives also require a minimum grade of C.
Total Hours required for Degree 120
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