Biomechanics

This program will be an excellent choice for students planning to continue for a) graduate education and careers in research, b) work in biomechanically related industry and hospital laboratories, and c) graduate education in professional schools for physical therapy, occupational therapy, medicine and other science based programs.

Once students are admitted to the Bachelor of Science in Biomechanics they will be in the College of Education and will be required to maintain a cumulative college GPA of 2.5/4.0 scale and grades of C- or better in the core courses to remain in good standing in the College of Education.