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All Physical Therapy Schools

  • Salt Lake Community College

    School Name: Salt Lake Community College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho

    General Program Description The Physical Therapist Assistant program consists of 3.5 semesters of Physical Therapist Assistant technical course work and labs. General education prerequisite course work plus two PTA courses are completed prior to beginning the technical portion of the program. The curriculum is student-centered, integrating technology and e-Education. Clinical Experiences Theoretical and clinical experiences in tandem enhance the relation of theory to practice. Clinical experience is provided in a variety of settings, including hospitals, care centers, private practice, rehabilitation agencies, and schools. Clinical experiences are one full-time for 5 weeks in the summer term with two full-time 7-week internships in the final fall semester. Faculty There are two full-time and three part-time/adjunct faculty members. The full-time faculty members are physical therapists and are engaged in clinical practice. The faculty to student ratio is 1:24 in lecture courses and 1:12 in labs. Enrollment Total enrollment at the college is over 30,000. The physical therapist assistant program admits 24 students each fall. Admission Applicants are admitted through a selection process as of the Fall 2014 cohort. Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) is a community college that accepts transfer students on an equal basis with in-state residents. Minimum requirements for consideration are Read more [...]

  • Provo College

    School Name: Provo College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho

    General Program Description The Physical Therapist Assistant program is a 5 semester program. General education courses are completed during the first two semesters. PTA core courses begin during the second semester, concurrently with some of the general education courses. The program is offered in a daytime format, with classes offered Monday through Thursday. Clinical Experiences Clinical experiences are completed during the fourth and fifth semesters, with the first experience occuring during the middle of the fourth semester for two weeks and the final two full-time clinicals making up the bulk of the fifth semester. Clinical experiences are provided in a variety of settings which may include hospitals, outpatient clinics, skilled nursing/rehabilitative facilities, pediatric or other settings. Faculty The program currently is founded on 4 full-time core faculty positions and a few adjunct faculty who educate in specialty topic areas. The Program Director and Academic Coordinator for Clinical Education are both physical therapists as well as the third faculty member. The fourth faculty member is a PTA. Of the core faculty, two Physical Therapists hold a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and one is certified as an MS specialist. The other full time Physical Therapist has a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy Read more [...]

  • Dixie State University

    School Name: Dixie State University
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho
  • Wharton County Junior College

    School Name: Wharton County Junior College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho

    General Program Description The PTA program is a 21-month integrated curriculum format (71 semester credit hours) accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education of the American Physical Therapy Association. The program includes supervised classroom and clinical experiences designed to prepare the graduate for eligibility to take the examination to become a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. Graduation is the third week of May. Clinical Experiences Clinical experiences are attained in Wharton and surrounding counties. The PTA program has three full-time (Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm) clinical rotations with each clinical experience being 6 weeks in length. The first clinical rotation occurs during the summer semester of the freshman year and the last two clinical rotations take place during the final spring semester of the sophomore year. Students are responsible for their own transportation to each clinical experience. CPR certification and Hepatitis B vaccinations are required prior to beginning your first clinical affiliation. Faculty There are two full-time and one adjunct faculty members. The faculty-to-student ratio is 1:14. Enrollment Total enrollment for Wharton County Junior College (including the Sugar Land campus, Fort Bend Technical Center and Richmond campus) is approximately 6,000. The PTA program seeks to Read more [...]

  • Western Technical College

    School Name: Western Technical College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho
  • The Victoria College

    School Name: The Victoria College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho
  • Tarrant County College

    School Name: Tarrant County College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho

    General Program Description The Physical Therapist Assistant program at Tarrant County College is five consecutive semesters in length. It is composed of 71 total semester credit hours and is considered a two-year program by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The student’s first year is three semesters in length and begins in the Fall (16 weeks)l and continues on through Spring (16 weeks) and into the summer session (12 weeks). The second year of the program is two semesters in length and includes both Fall and Spring semesters (16 weeks each). Graduation is held once a year in mid-May. Clinical Experiences Students begin their clinical experiences during the second half of the summer session in their first year of the program. Students are placed in a total of four clinical rotations giving the student a firm foundation in inpatient and outpatient therapy techniques. Each clinical varies in length with a total number of clinical hours being 720. The student’s final clinical is considered the capstone course and is full-time (40 hours per week for seven weeks). Overnight stays are not required as all of the clinical locations are in and around the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex. Faculty There are experienced three Read more [...]

  • St Philip’s College

    School Name: St Philip's College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho

    General Program Description This is a 5-semester associate degree program, which consists of a combination of class lecture, lab experience and clinical experiences. One class per year is admitted to the program. Matriculation is in August. Students spend approximately 15 hours a week in the classroom during the first year, and approximately 21 hours a week during the second year. Clinical Experiences There are three clinical experiences during the program. The first is a 4-week, full-time rotation which is offered in the summer after successfully completing 2 semesters of classroom and lab coursework. The second and third clinical experiences are offered during the last semester of the program. The student spends the final 13 weeks in two different clinic settings. Faculty There are three full-time and one part-time faculty members. The faculty to student ratio is 1:16. Enrollment College enrollment is approximately 10,000 students. Founded in 1898 as a Black college, today the ethnic mix of the college is 51% Hispanic, 29% white, 17% black and 3% other. Female students slightly outnumber male students. The PTA program accepts 24 students each fall semester. Most of the student population (93%) is from Bexar County, south Texas. Admission All students must satisfy Read more [...]

  • South Texas College

    School Name: South Texas College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho

    General Program Description The PTA program at South Texas College is a 2-year curriculum including general education, technical courses on physical therapy procedures, and clinical experience offered in cooperation with area medical facilities. The faculty consists of three full-time instructors, 1 part-time adjunct, and 1 part-time lab assistant. The program admits a new class of students every year and classes begin in late August. All PTA classes are currently offered at the Ramiro R. Casso Nursing and Allied Health Center in McAllen. The technical component includes lecture and laboratory courses in physical therapy science and procedures. Students generally attend classes Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. during the first and second semesters, as well as during part of the fourth and fifth semesters. Clinical experiences are completed during the fourth and fifth semesters, averaging 40 hours a week. Students must pass all required coursework with at least a “C” in order to remain in the program. The program graduation date is in May. Upon program completion, graduates are eligible to sit for the national licensure examination. To date, 100% of STCC PTA program graduates have passed the PTA licensure exam, and all program graduates who desire to Read more [...]

  • South Plains College

    School Name: South Plains College
    School Specialties: Physiotherapy/Doctor of Physical Therapy/Medical/3 Year PT Program/Rehab Sciences/DPT Programs/Physical Therapy Education/Physical Therapy Assistant Program/Health Care Pathway Programs/General Ortho

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