The B.S. in Allied Health Sciences provides options for pre-Athletic Training, pre-Physical Therapy, and pre-Occupational therapy. As the population continues to increase in age, its health care needs also increase and the need for graduates in these allied health careers will continue to rise. Classroom learning is enhanced by hands-on laboratory and community practice opportunities.
The mission of Rogers State University’s Allied Health Sciences baccalaureate program is to prepare highly effective allied health care professionals for employment or acceptance in to professional programs such as athletic training, physical therapy, and occupational therapy.
She is a junior studying to become an athletic trainer! She is also an RSU cheerleader. The Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Sciences degree prepares students to apply for admission to a professional preparation programs leading to licensure in athletic training, physical therapy and occupational therapy.