Undergraduate Catalog 2013-14
Marymount University offers opportunities to prepare for entry to Marymount’s Doctor of physical therapy program. The pre-professional requirements for this program can be met through a variety of undergraduate fields.
The Malek School of Health Professions outlines one option, through its health sciences major/pre-physical therapy emphasis on page 129. The School of Arts and Sciences outlines another option, through its biology major/molecular and cellular biology track on page 62. However, students should consider majoring in the subject area in which they have the strongest aptitude and interest.
An academic advisor can help students interested in preparing for entry to a physical therapy graduate program. For information about Marymount’s Doctor of physical therapy program, see the university’s Graduate Catalog. Special admission consideration is given to current Marymount students who have completed at least two full-time semesters at Marymount prior to applying, Marymount graduates, and persons from minority groups who are underrepresented in the profession.
A pre-physical therapy plan of study is rigorous, and substantial academic discipline is needed to complete the coursework consistent with stated program prerequisites.
This competitive program, open to first-time college students, guarantees admission into the physical therapy (PT) doctoral program to a select group of well-qualified incoming freshmen. These students, chosen by the PT Admissions Committee, must meet stringent acceptance and continuation requirements. To be accepted into the program, a student must have
To continue in the program, a student must
Decisions regarding general undergraduate admission to the university and admission to the PT Scholars Program are done separately. Qualified applicants interested in the PT Scholars Program should contact the Office of Admissions for specific application instructions.