Undergraduate - Pre-Physical Therapy Program Gannon's undergraduate Pre-Physical Therapy Program prepares students for acceptance into Gannon's graduate Doctor of Physical Therapy program. With the guidance of a physical therapy advisor, the student selects courses to fulfill prerequisites specific to the graduate professional program. Completion of the undergraduate degree with required prerequisite courses qualifies the graduate for application to many physical therapy programs throughout the country. Seventy-five percent of the seats in Gannon's Doctor of Physical Therapy Program-Erie Campus are reserved for "qualified" Gannon graduates. The professional-level education for physical therapists is only offered at the graduate level (doctorate degree), regardless of the institution offering the program. Pre-physical therapy students must choose a major for their undergraduate course of study at Gannon. The choice of a major will depend upon the student's personal interest. The most commonly chosen are: Biology Business Chemistry Mathematics Psychology Science Sport and Exercise Science Undecided Health Science During the undergraduate application process, students select the Pre-Physical Therapy Program in addition to their major. Students must meet minimum qualifications, based on high school GPA and ACT or SAT scores, and then may select the pre-physical therapy option which is available to them.