Question on Graduate School

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  1. justin777

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    Ok so I am still in High School but I have a question. I am hoping to major in Exercise Science in hopes to become in Physical Therapist in the Army. I know from my brothers experience that he majored in Communications and was a Engineer in the Army. So I was wondering how the process goes for going to graduate school to become a physical therapist/doctor? If have heard you have to get an education delay but what the probability of getting it is? Anyways If i became a licensed physical therapist, am i a shoe in to get into the Army Medical Corps?
     
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    Justin, Check out the GoArmy Website. Make contact with an AMEDD recruiter. There is a program that transitions Army ROTC Cadets to Physical Therapy Graduate programs. There may also be a program that transitions Army ROTC Cadets to Physician Assistant programs. If I find a specific reference to the program name I will PM you.
     
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    Graduate School

    Justin777,

    I was wrong. The program I read in CCR 145-1 is ROTC to Pharmacy School not a Physical Therapy program. I still recommend you contact an AMEDD recruiter to get some options for attending Physical Therapy School.
     
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    thanks! i did call and i got my answer.
     

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