George Fox University’s exercise science major provides students with a scientific foundation for careers in health care. The degree consists of a 53-semester-hour course of study and is tailored to students who wish to pursue graduate work in physical therapy or occupational therapy, become a physician’s assistant, or work in a variety of sports science-related fields.
The core curriculum includes courses in anatomy and physiology, kinesiology, physics and chemistry, while electives include classes designed to focus the student’s attention on requirements specific to a chosen graduate school’s prerequisites.
In addition to the sciences, students will take general education courses ranging from Bible and humanities to communication and mathematics – all taught in a Christian college environment where faith is integrated with learning.
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