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College of Education and Professional Studies

Physical Rehabilitation Therapy Minor

About our Physical Rehabilitation Minor

Physical Rehabilitation student works with ProfessorOur Physical-Rehabilitation Therapy Minor provides you with knowledge and skills related to physical-rehabilitative therapies.  

Additional course work in specialized programs is required to obtain certification a Washington State Physical Therapy License in order to practice. If you are interested in becoming certified and licensed this minor may be for you.


Why Study Physical Rehabilitation Therapy at CWU?

Physical therapists promote health through informed prevention, rehabilitative therapies, and research. They work to create a healthier and educated community, motivated by helping people improve their quality of life.  

Program Highlights

Where is this program offered?


How much does this program cost?

Find out how much this program costs through the registrar

Careers and Outcomes

  • Physical Therapist, average annual wage: $92,920  
  • Occupational Therapist, average annual wage: $ 89,470 
  • Athletic Trainers, average annual wage: $54,650  

If you are interested in continuing your education in a health-related field, find more information about Health Careers 

Degree Information

For information regarding admission requirements, required and elective courses, please reference the 2022-2023 Academic Catalog.    

Courses in this minor may also be used to satisfy requirements in other major programs. 

Related degrees include: 

Contact Information

Dr. Jared Dickinson
Office 205-F Extension: x2341 

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