|BIO-206||Anatomy and Physiology I*||4 s.h.|
|HSC-120||Medical Terminology*||3 s.h.|
|OR PTA-100 PTA Terminology* ++||(1 s.h.)|
|PSY-111||Introduction to Psychology* ++||3 s.h.|
|PTA-101||Introduction to PTA||2 s.h.|
|PTA-110||Fundamentals for PTA||3 s.h.|
|Humanities Elective* ++||3 s.h.|
|BIO-207||Anatomy and Physiology II*||4 s.h.|
|ENG-105||Composition I*||3 s.h.|
|OR ENG-102 Composition & Speech I*||(4 s.h.)|
|PTA-141||Developmental Processes||3 s.h.|
|PTA-190||Physical Agents||4 s.h.|
|PTA-162||PTA Assessment Procedures||3 s.h.|
|PTA-500||PTA Clinic I (3 weeks)#||2 s.h.|
|ENG-106||Composition II*||3 s.h.|
|OR ENG-103 Composition & Speech II*||(4 s.h.)|
|PTA-231||Therapeutic Exercise for PTA||3 s.h.|
|PTA-241||Neurology for PTA||4 s.h.|
|PTA-250||PTA Career Essentials||2 s.h.|
|PTA-280||PTA Seminar||1 s.h.|
|PTA-501||PTA Clinic II (8 weeks)||7 s.h.|
|PTA-502||PTA Clinic III (6 weeks)||5 s.h.|
|Total Program Hours||69-73 s.h.|
* Courses which may be taken prior to entering the program, but prerequisites may need to be taken. Note that Anatomy and Physiology must be taken within five years of beginning the program. Note that Kinesiology must be taken within three years of beginning the program. Students must earn a “C-” or higher in BIO-206, Anatomy and Physiology I, prior to taking Kinesiology.
++ Once enrolled in the program, courses must be taken in the identified sequence with the exception of the following: Medical Terminology or PTA Terminology must be completed prior to Term III. (It is noted that during Term II, only Medical Terminology would be available.) Introduction to Psychology must be completed prior to Term IV. Humanities elective may be taken any time prior to Term V.
# This clinical course extends outside the standard weeks of the term. See individual course descriptions.
The student should be aware that clinicals necessitate travel to various hospitals and clinics and may necessitate housing expenses. Each individual clinical site may have specific requirements that vary (e.g., 10-hour days, background checks, drug testing, agency specific orientations, urinalysis tests). The student is responsible for all costs and must comply with clinical requirements in order to be provided with an affiliation.