United States Graduate Certificate in Physical & Occupational Therapy on-Campus Programs
Pursuing a higher education through a graduate certificate in physical & occupational therapy on campus can be extremely rewarding, not only because you earn a degree that can propel you towards a great career, but also because you can start to build social and professional networks.
Ready to seek out the right type of on-campus Physical & Occupational Therapy Certificate for you? You can do a search based on location. All you do is click on a city, state, or country to determine where Campus Physical Therapy or Campus Occupational Therapy Programs are situated. Or pick a specialty such as Athletic Training Graduate Certificates, Kinesiology, Occupational Therapy, or Physical Therapy on-campus certificate programs.
- Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA
Disability Studies offers a course of study that explores disability from historical, cultural, and socio-political perspectives.
- New Haven, CTNew Haven, CT
Southern Connecticut State University
- Boston, MABoston, MA
MGH Institute Of Health Professions
The entry-level DPT prepares students who hold a bachelor's degree in any field to become licensed physical therapists. The full-time, 2-year program, including parts of each summer, is followed by a year-long paid clinical internship. The Post-Professi...
- East Lansing, MIEast Lansing, MI
Michigan State University
The Department of Kinesiology offers: (a) undergraduate programs in athletic training, exercise science, and physical education/teacher education; (b) master's degree concentrations in adapted physical activity, athletic training, biomechanics, coaching...
- Savannah, GASavannah, GA
Armstrong Atlantic State University
The Master of Science in Sports Medicine program is an interdisciplinary program involving faculty from many different fields of sports medicine, including biomechanics, strength and conditioning, athletic training, exercise physiology, physical rehabil...
- Medford, MAMedford, MA
- Riverside, CARiverside, CA
University of California - Riverside
Iyengar Yoga uses asana (yoga postures) to develop awareness through movement and alignment of the physical body, and then evolves toward ever more su...
- Springfield, MASpringfield, MA
The master's degree program in Occupational Therapy is designed for persons with various backgrounds and levels of education who wish to become occupational therapists. This course of study includes occupational therapy theory, skills and administration...
- Wichita, KSWichita, KS
Wichita State University
The Exercise Science Program provides instruction, conducts research and offers public service/outreach regarding the scientific aspects of exercise and sport and their affects on health, fitness, performance and quality of life. Thesis and non thesis o...
- Kalamazoo, MIKalamazoo, MI
Western Michigan University
Students receive training in the use of the horse as a therapeutic modality in the treatment of individuals with handicapping conditions.
- Charlotte, NCCharlotte, NC
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- Buffalo, NYBuffalo, NY
University at Buffalo
Studies in improving the independence and quality of life for people with disabilities who use assistive technology.
- Cincinnati, OHCincinnati, OH
Xavier University Of Louisiana
- Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA
The Dance Movement Therapy program at Drexel University opened in 1974. The program focuses on developing and integrating the student's personal, intellectual and movement resources so that they can facilitate access to those resources with their client...
- Philadelphia, PA
- New York City, NYNew York City, NY
New York University
The graduate program in ergonomics and biomechanics (ERBI) at New York University offers a Master of Science and an advanced certificate to students who seek an advanced understanding of these complementary disciplines. A Doctor of Philosophy is also...
- Syracuse, NYSyracuse, NY
The Disability Studies concentration applies social, cultural, historical, and philosophical perspectives to the study of disability in society.