BS Exercise Science - Clinical Health Professions Track
The Clinical Health Professions (CHP) Track of the BS in Exercise Science prepares students for graduate programs in physical therapy, medical school, physician assistant programs, pharmacy school, dental school, and other graduate programs. No matter what your post-graduation plans may be, you will have the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in science-based graduate programs, or pursue a career in health professions such as cardiac rehabilitation, diabetes education, clinical exercise physiology, among many others.
The CHP track prepares students for advanced degrees in health related fields and emphasizes formal science education in a context of human health science. Students who desire post-baccalaureate degrees such as physical therapy or medical degrees will find that the CHP track is able to accommodate a course of study that will satisfy graduate program prerequisites.
Students on this track are required to maintain a 3.0 cumulative and KINE GPA, as well as achieve a B or better in KINE 1400 Introduction to Exercise Science. Formal requirements are listed in the catalog, linked in the Resources section below.
Advancing Physical Therapy Program
The Advancing Physical Therapy (APT) program is a partnership between UTA and the UT Southwestern Doctorate of Physical Therapy program that allows our students to gain preferred admission to the UT Southwestern Physical Therapy program. The UTA/UTSW APT program has a very limited number of seats; applications are competitive.
Degree Plan and Other Resources
Questions about any of these resources should be discussed with your Academic Advisor.
- Degree Plan: Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science - Clinical Health Professions
- UTA Catalog: Official policies and requirements for Kinesiology programs are described in the catalog. Click or tap here and then scroll to the appropriate section.
- Previous Catalog Years: An index can be accessed by clicking or tapping here.
Contact the Program: UTA Undergraduate Exercise Science Contact Form - Click or Tap Here