Considering how much time some of our students spend at Sports Med or with the athletic trainer, it’s not surprising that many of them contemplate a career as a physical therapist and/or majoring in physical therapy while in college. A wide range of people benefit from physical therapy (PT), from premature infants recovering from surgery to injured athletes striving to return to the playing field. If you want to master the techniques and exercises that physical therapists use to help people reach their goals, you’ll need to earn a graduate degree. PT is not an undergraduate major, and the studies are intense. But if you want to help others get moving again — literally — the rewards can be great. Learn more about the major from…

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