Physical Therapy - Master
The Physical Therapy program at Northeastern will prepare you to work as a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) in a variety of clinical settings. There are three ways to earn a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree at Northeastern University. The Entry-level DPT is for applicants applying as freshman. The Post-baccalaureate direct entry graduate DPT is for applicants who hold a baccalaureate or masters degree in a field other than Physical Therapy. The Transitional DPT is for applicants who hold a baccalaureate or masters degree in Physical Therapy You may also consider the concentration in Early Intervention (EI), for work with infants and toddlers with known disabilities or those who are at risk for developmental delay because of a difficult birth or the presence of certain environmental risk factors. As an Entry-level student , you will be accepted directly into the Physical Therapy program as a freshman, so you can start taking related courses during your first semester. During the last two years of this six-year program, you will complete 30 weeks of full time Clinical Education at three different clinical sites. These will include inpatient, outpatient and specialty environments.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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International Financial Aid Description: Yes, all students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance when they apply for admission. Please speak to an Enrollment Advisor for more information.
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Loans Offered: All students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance when they apply for admission. Federal, state, University scholarship programs, and payment options are available.
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