Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > College of Health and Life Sciences > Department of Health and Human Performance > Undergraduate Programs > Concentration In Sport And Exercise Therapy
The Sport and Exercise Therapy concentration in Health and Human Performance is designed as a guide to assist students in their preparation for entrance application for professional programs in physical therapy, physicians assistant and occupational therapy. Students are encouraged to locate the specific admissions requirement for the school of interest and work with their program advisor to ensure that all admissions requirements are met prior to graduation from Fort Hays State University.
Your 120- hour degree program of study includes:
To earn a degree from Fort Hays State University, you must complete a 55-hour general education program. This program has two major components - Foundation Studies and Liberal Arts. You will work with an academic advisor to select a series of general education courses to complement your program of study.
Health and Human Performance Core
All Health and Human Performance majors, regardless of concentration, take the same core courses, totaling 25 hours:
Recommended General Education Courses. These courses are recommended in order to satisfy admission requirements of many professional programs. They can be taken as a part of the 55 hour General Education requirement and the remaining selections are considered general electives.