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Health Sciences

College of Education and Professional Studies

Physical Rehabilitation Therapy Minor

The Physical Rehabilitation Therapy Minor provides knowledge and skills related to physical and occupational therapies and helps prepare students to enter specialty certification programs in critical high-demand, health-care arenas such as:

  • physical therapy
  • occupational therapy
  • sports medicine-athletic training,
  • chiropractic medicine


  • Most health-care professions require education beyond the bachelor degree level.
  • Additional courses may be needed to satisfy all pre-requisites for admission eligibility to some graduate and professional programs.


Required Courses:
EXSC 350Gross Anatomy3
EXSC 350LGross Anatomy Lab2
EXSC 351Physiology4
EXSC 351LPhysiology Lab1
EXSC 352Prev. Treatment Injuries4
EXSC 353Physical and Orthopedic Assessment4
EXSC 370Biomechanics5
EXSC 438Therapeutic Exercise3
EXSC 450Physiology of Exercise4
EXSC 450LPhysiology of Exercise Lab1
EXSC 452Therapeutic Modalities3
EXSC 470Clinical Biomechanics3
EXSC 495Practicum: Clinical2
Total to Complete Minor:39 Credits


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