Physical Therapy Graduate Programs
Utica College's Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (tDPT) offers practicing licensed Physical Therapists the post-professional degree they need to advance their careers in a convenient and accelerated online format.
The faculty of the Physical Therapy program value students with diverse educational backgrounds and life experiences. Individuals with a bachelor's degree, in any major, from a regionally accredited institution are encouraged to apply for admission...
A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) transitional doctor of physical therapy is a custom degree program configured around the unique needs of each practicing professional, offering maximum flexibility and a full team of support. Offered through ATSU&...
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.
A program in clinical and translational rehabilitation health science is open to those with a related science degree interested in strengthening their core undergraduate major with advanced course work in research and rehabilitation science.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program utilizes a modified problem-based curriculum unique to the region.
Mount St. Mary's College Los Angeles offers a highly competitive DPT Program on our historic Doheny Campus near downtown...
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.
The School of Physical Therapy is committed to providing an educational program that both challenges and enhances a student's...
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program prepares students for licensure and practice in the field of physical therapy.
The physical therapy curriculum is a 27-month, 7-trimester postbaccalaureate program leading to amaster of physical therapy degree.
The program will provide students with advanced skill in teaching methodology and the development of educational materials.
Entry-level professional program (D.P.T.
The mission of the Division of Physical Therapy is to create an environment that facilitates the health, growth, and education...
The Disability Studies concentration applies social, cultural, historical, and philosophical perspectives to the study of disability in society.
The OT program prepares for work as a licensed professional helping people achieve optimal independence after illness or injury...
The first public institution in the state of Georgia to receive approval to grant the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.