Physical Therapy (pre-)
Pre-Physical Therapy at The University of Iowa does not lead to an undergraduate degree; it is not a major. Students declaring pre-Physical Therapy are indicating that they plan to take the prerequisites to enter a physical therapy program after their undergraduate work. Pre-Physical Therapy students are free to choose any college major, although many choose a science major. Look at the math requirements for the major you think you might want.
Physical therapy programs require a statistics course. They also require a year of college physics. Here’s what you need to do to be ready for college physics:
The course number that is listed links to a description of an equivalent course at the UI with a sample final exam. Check out the exam to see the types of skills you are expected to have.
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