Physical Therapy Bachelor's Degrees
Do you have a passion for helping people and an understanding of sports injuries? If so, you should look at getting a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy. This is a four year program that will allow you to work directly with people to help them recover after injury. Some people use their physical therapy degree to assist the elderly, while others focus on athletes who get injured from their sport of choice. In either case, helping people is the number one priority of this degree program and the career that follows it.
There are many different schools nowadays that will actually allow you to get your bachelor’s degree in physical therapy right online. You can do so at places like Ashworth College, Penn Foster Schools, or Stratford Career Institute. The program will still take the same amount of time and cover the same set of courses, but it will be attended right on your home computer.
Once you pick a school to go to, you can start taking the actual courses for your degree. There is a surprising amount of science courses for students getting their bachelor’s degree in physical therapy. This is because the degree is partially a medical study as members of the work force must determine what the best form of treatment is going to be for patients. Then they must also learn the proper ways to administer it.
Physical Therapy Schools
- Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy
- B.S. in Behavioral Health Science - Trauma
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- B.S. in Human Services / Counseling