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Recommended Class Schedules

University of Washington

University of Washington Physical Therapy Profession and Degree Program

First Year

FallWinterSpring
CHEM& 121
ENGL& 101
PSYC& 100 or SOC& 101
PE Activity
BIOL& 160
ENGL& 102 or 103
MATH& 146
PE Activity
BIOL& 221
CHEM& 131
Humanities Distribution
PE Activity

Second Year

FallWinterSpring
BIOL& 241
BIOL& 222
Humanities Distribution
BIOL& 242
BIOL& 223
Social Science Distribution
Multicultural Distribution
Humanities Distribution
Social Science Distribution
  • Two quarters of Physics (PHYS& 114 and PHYS& 115) are also recommended, but can be taken at the transfer institution.
  • Some students may need to take additional prerequisite courses.

University of Puget Sound

University of Puget Sound School of Physical Therapy

First Year

FallWinterSpring
ENGL& 101
CHEM& 161
MATH& 141
PE Activity
ENGL& 102 or 103
CHEM& 162
MATH& 146
PE Activity
BIOL& 160
CHEM& 163
PSYC& 100 or SOC& 101
PE Activity

Second Year

FallWinterSpring
BIOL& 241
Social Sciences Distribution
Humanities Distribution
BIOL& 242
Humanities Distribution
Multicultural Distribution
Elective
Humanities Distribution
Social Science Distribution
  • One year of Physics (PHYS& 114, PHYS& 115, and PHYS& 116) is also recommended, but can be taken at the transfer institution.
  • Some students may need to take additional prerequisite courses.

Eastern Washington University

Eastern Washington University Department of Physical Therapy

First Year

FallWinterSpring
CHEM& 161
ENGL& 101
MATH& 141
CHEM& 162
ENGL& 102 or ENGL 103
MATH& 146
CHEM& 163
BIOL& 160
PSYC& 100 or SOC& 101
Second Year
FallWinterSpring
BIOL& 241
PSYC& 200
Humanities Distribution
BIOL& 242
Humanities Distribution
Multicultural Distribution
Elective
Social Science Distribution
Humanities Distribution
  • One year of Physics (PHYS& 114, PHYS& 115, and PHYS& 116) is also recommended, but can be taken at the transfer institution.
  • Some students my need to take additional prerequisite courses.
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