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Hey everyone! I'm a rising senior who has always been interested and wanted to pursue the sciences. After looking into things, the prospects for a natural science major are not exactly comforting. I considered engineering, but physics is not my cup of tea (whereas I love chemistry!). Anyways, I've recently been looking into physical and occupational therapy. I believe I would be more suited towards a career as an OT, specifically in pediatrics. I'm not set on this and I know that the prereqs for a PT have more lab sciences, so I'm keeping an open mind.
I wanted to know if anybody is aware or has a list of "co-op" programs where you end up with a BS/MSOT or BS/DPT in 5-6 years, only having to apply as undergrad. I know Muhlenberg w/ Thomas Jefferson University has a PT and OT program, as well as BU. I can't really find anymore like this so I'm wondering if they're rare or what... I would like to stay on the East Coast by the way.