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Bachelor in Zoology - Pre-Physical/Occupational Therapy

Washington State University

Physical therapy and occupational therapy are part of what are often called the "allied health" professions.

While their actual jobs can be quite different from one another, these two fields involve a similar educational path: a bachelor's degree followed by two to three years of professional school and licensing to practice.

Pre-physical therapy and pre-occupational therapy are not majors. They are preparatory tracks that can be incorporated into any major. As long as you meet the professional school's prerequisites, you can choose any major you want.

The Health Professions Student Center at WSU will help you integrate the prerequisites for your chosen area into your major. (There's more about choosing a major below.)

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To attend this course you will need to check if you have the following documents or skills. Each University has their own Recuirement Documents list, so pay attention before you apply.
High School Transcript
Letter of Recommendation
Statement of Purpose
Experience Letter
Curriculum Vitae
Proof Of Finance
$26,950 Per Year

International student tuition fee

4 years


Aug 2023

Start Month

Jul 2023

Application Deadline

Upcoming Intakes

  • August 2023
  • August 2024
  • January 2024
  • August 2025

Mode of Study

  • Full Time