Bachelor of Science
NNU's Bachelor of Science, Pre-Physical Therapy is designed to prepare students for graduate studies in physical therapy (PT) or athletic training (AT). The enrollments at the graduate schools are fixed, and students must compete for these positions.
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Dr. Jamee Nixon (PT); Dr. Scott Kinnaman (AT)
The Bachelor of Science Pre-Physical Therapy degree prepares students for entry to a graduate program in physical therapy (PT) or athletic training (AT) by obtaining a baccalaureate degree, completing the prerequisite course work for entry into specific programs, and by obtaining a broad variety of volunteer clinical experience under the direction of a physical therapist or athletic trainer (120-150 hours).
Both majors contain a common core of courses that expose students to courses in the fields of biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and psychology. Based on a pre-physical therapy or athletic training concentration, students can choose elective courses from a specified list of biology, chemistry, and kinesiology courses based on personal interest.
See the Kinesiology Athletic Training page for that concentration's requirements.
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NNU is able to provide a lot of opportunities within undergraduate research to its students. I've had a lot of experience. They also offer a lot of resume help and career fairs that I've been a part of that helped me kind of spruce up my resume.
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and the total cost of your education. We encourage every student to apply for financial aid and
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$40,958, the estimated total cost of tuition, fees, room, and board for 2019-2020.
$28,000, the average debt of an NNU student upon graduation—just $1,500 more than a Boise State graduate. However, 1 in 4 NNU students graduates with no debt at all.
99%, the number of NNU undergraduate students who receive financial aid.
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