- Physics 103/183
- Psychology 101#, 221, 308 and 222 or other 3-hour developmental Psychology course
- Physical Therapy 302 or Classics 300
- Physical Therapy 410
- One course from Sociology 125, 151, 215, 220 (Sociology 151 recommended)#
- One additional approved Behavior/Social Science course in addition to courses used to fulfill the general education requirements. (Recommended courses include political science or economics)
- Two additional approved humanities courses in addition to courses used to fulfill the general education requirements. (Recommended courses include foreign languages, philosophy, English literature.)
- Completion of Occupational Therapy course work through UTHSC required in the final semester: Occupational Therapy 431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436
- An official transcript from UTHSC documenting satisfactory completion of the Occupational Therapy course work must be submitted to UTC at the time of graduation in order to be awarded the B.S. degree in Rehabilitation Science with a concentration in Occupational Therapy.
- Students pursuing only the B.S. degree in Rehabilitation Science with a concentration in Occupational Therapy must meet the minimum standards of a cumulative 2.0 GPA overall and a 2.0 GPA in the major to be eligible for the undergraduate degree.
- Minimum of 39 hours in 300, 400, and professional level courses.
- Electives to complete 120 hours.
- Final 24 of 92 hours must be completed at UTC.
- All general education requirements for B.S. degree at UTC must be met.
- See additional requirements.
*Also satisfies requirement in the
#Also satisfies general education requirement.
UC Foundation Associate Professor J. Randy Walker, Jr., Head
Pre-physical therapy students admitted to the program with undergraduate standing must meet all undergraduate admission requirements of the University. The prerequisites for the professional program for undergraduate students include the general education requirements of the University, which are outlined elsewhere in this catalog. Students who have already earned a bachelor’s degree at the time of application to the program are not required to complete the general education requirements of the University unless they choose to earn a second bachelor’s