Pre-Occupational Therapy

Department: Biology

Pre-Occupational Therapy Requirements

Preparatory courses of study are recommended courses based on a student’s vocational goals and desires for continued study on the graduate level. They do not represent individual majors, but courses of study to prepare students for further study in medicine, law, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or pharmacy. Preparatory programs may be taken in conjunction with any major and represent recommended sets of courses, not majors or minors. Students who desire to continue their educational pursuits in the following areas should consider the recommended course sequences outlined below.

Pre-Occupational Courses

Students pursuing Occupational Therapy will need all of the courses for physical therapy, as well as PS331 Theories of Personality.

PS331Theories of Personality

Pre-Physical Therapy Courses

BI103/BI103LIntroduction to Cell Biology and Genetics w/Lab
BI104/104LIntroduction to Ecology and Diversity w/Lab
BI105/105LIntroduction to Plants and Animals w/Lab
BI203/BI203LMusculoskeletal Anatomy and Physiology w/Lab
BI204/BI204LSystematic Anatomy and Physiology w/Lab
One additional Biology elective above BI200
CH101/CH101LIntroduction to Chemistry w/Lab
CH103/CH103LGeneral Chemistry I w/Lab
CH102/CH102LChemistry of Life w/Lab
CH104/CH104LGeneral Chemistry II w/Lab
PS110Introduction to Psychology
PS240Lifespan Development
PS372Abnormal Psychology
MA118Intro to Statistics
MA151Calculus I
PY201/201LGeneral Physics I w/Lab
PY202/202LGeneral Physics II w/Lab
Some physical therapy programs also require a course in kinesiology, exercise physiology, business management and/or sociology.
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