If you’re looking to eventually pursue an advanced degree in occupational or physical therapy, our special advisement path can help take you there. Students who are interested in physical therapy often choose majors such as exercise science, biology or community health with a concentration in allied health. Students interested in occupational therapy commonly study psychology or an education-related major.
No matter which major you choose, you’ll earn the prerequisites needed to continue your study in physical therapy at the graduate level. You’ll also discover an emphasis on service-learning and career flexibility if your career goal changes. Learn more about what makes SUNY Cortland unique.
Working closely with a special advisor ensures that you’ll pursue the requirements needed to further your education at the graduate level.
Career Services also offers individual advising and expert advice on key topics such as interview prep and worthwhile internships.
College goes beyond the classroom at SUNY Cortland. Our students enhance their experience through research, internships, volunteer opportunities and student clubs.