SOFIA students, directed by kinesiology lecturer Jen Braun, display and explain their research on how stress affects coaches’ bodies.
Work with our athletic trainer Bob Foster or internship in physical therapy, sports medicine or at a local hospital.
Students interested in physical therapy can explore the field in a variety of ways throughout their coursework. Get hands-on experience with anatomy in our cadaver lab. Experience the human body up close through virtual reality anatomy simulations. Get practical, hands-on training in exercise science courses. Explore career paths and specializations through internships that can arranged through departments or through the Wackerle Center for Career, Leadership & Fellowships.
Graduate schools recently attended by our grads
Our science programs provide a strong academic foundation
Depending on a student’s preferred major and the graduate schools they’re considering, our faculty advisers will work to customize an academic plan that fits their interests and goals and meets prerequisite requirements for physical therapy graduate programs.
<blockquote class="callout-quote"><div class="callout-quote-text"><p> “I received excellent preparation for PT school. Being a good physical therapist takes much more than knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics. Soft skills and developing relationships is what makes the difference, and <span class="markaafk8hvot" data-markjs="true" data-ogac="" data-ogab="" data-ogsc="" data-ogsb="">Monmouth</span> helped me improve those skills.”</p></div><footer class="callout-quote-footer">Jacob Wilson ’15, DPT St. Ambrose University ’17</footer></blockquote>
Internships put classroom learning into practical use. They give valuable technical and personal skills. They give students an advantage in landing their first job.
The Wackerle Center for Career, Leadership & Fellowships, faculty and our engaged alumni network help place students in internships, as well as advise and mentor them.Students graduate with experience and the knowledge how to achieve success!
ACE is designed to be a one-stop shop for academic and career excellence.
Located in Hewes Library, ACE houses four key offices: the Office of Student Success & Accessibility Services, the Office of the Registrar, the Wackerle Center for Career, Leadership & Fellowships, and the Office of Global Engagement.
If you need academic tutoring, an updated class schedule, interview practice, or study abroad information, friendly faces can assist you in the ACE.