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Brigham Young University Utah
The following courses at Brigham Young University will best fulfill the prerequisites for
application to the Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (DPT) Program at Eastern Washington
University. For individual questions, please contact Debra Dickerson at (509)368-6601, or via
email at [email protected] Please note change in behavioral science.
Lower Division Anatomy:
PDBio 220 – Human Anatomy
Lower Division Physiology:
PDBio 305 – Human Physiology
Upper Division Physiology ONE upper division Physiology course
Exercise Sciences 363 and 367 – Exercise Physiology and Lab
OR
PDBio 365 – Pathophysiology
OR
PDBio 362-Advanced Physiology
Upper Division Biology Course – ONE upper division Biology/Zoology course related to
Vertebrates (examples below)
Biol 240 – Molecular Biology
Biol 340 – Genetics
McBio 221 – General Microbiology with McBio 222 – Lab
PDBio 320 – Dissection Tech in Human Anatomy
PDBio 365 – Pathophysiology (if not taken for Physiology requirement)
Biol 360 – Cellular Biology
PDBio 484 – Human Embryology
PDBio 561 – Physiology and Drug Mechanisms
PDBio 565 – Endocrinology
Chem 481 - Biochemistry
Zool 260 – Human Anatomy
Zool 355 – Human Physiology
ExSc 362 - Kinesiology and Biomechanics
Chemistry
Chemistry 105 – General College Chemistry (4 credit class—lab included)
Chemistry 106 – General College Chemistry 2 AND Chem 107 (Lab)
OR ANY 2 more advanced Chemistry courses with labs
Note: Chemistry 101 is a very introductory course and will not fulfill our prerequisites.
Physics
Phscs 105 – Introductory Applied Physics AND Phscs 107 (lab)
Phscs 106 – Introductory Applied Physics 2 AND Phscs 108 (lab)
OR ANY 2 more advanced Physics courses with labs
Behavioral Science
Any two courses in behavioral science including psychology, sociology or anthropology.
Statistics - any statistics course such as
Stat 221 – Principles of Statistics
07/02/16
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