Campus Doctorate of Physical Therapy Programs
The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Program is an entry-level professional physical therapy program.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Program values excellence in teaching, continuous learning, adapting to change, scholarship, and service.
The Department of Physical Therapy is to train physical therapists who will provide quality physical therapy services.
The program is delivered in a distance education format with no required on-campus attendance.
Entry-level professional program (D.P.T.
UIC offers an entry-level master's degree and a postprofessional master's degree, and jointly offers a doctoral degree in disability studies with the Department of Physical Therapy and Disability and Human Development.
Whether you are seeking entry-level professional training, advanced training in physical therapy or doctoral research training, we encourage you to explore the endless opportunities that exist here at Pitt. We have an excellent faculty that includes fiv...
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program prepares students for licensure and practice in the field of physical therapy.
The Duke University Medical Center Doctor of Physical Therapy curriculum is a program for entry into the profession of physical therapy.
A problem-based learning, full-time, 3-year Doctor of Physical Therapy and dual DPT/Master of Public Health degrees.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program is a professional program for the preparation of physical therapists.
The School of Physical Therapy is committed to providing an educational program that both challenges and enhances a student's...
The Physical Therapy program is a 6-1/2 year professional program resulting in a bachelor's degree and a doctor of physical therapy degree.
Mount St. Mary's College Los Angeles offers a highly competitive DPT Program on our historic Doheny Campus near downtown.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program utilizes a modified problem-based curriculum unique to the region.
Marquette University will offer a doctoral program and master’s degree in clinical and translational rehabilitation health science beginning in fall 2011.
The Division of Physical Therapy is a community of professionals working to advance the knowledge and practice of physical therapy, and to provide ser...
The first public institution in the state of Georgia to receive approval to grant the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
Prepares students with the capability of providing all elements of physical therapy patient/client management as an ...
The Walsh University Doctor of Physical Therapy curriculum is an intensive three-year (8-semester) program, including summers.