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All Physical Therapy Schools

  • Arkansas State University

    School Name: Arkansas 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

    General Program Description Students who are admitted to the Program already hold undergraduate degrees in various disciplines. Program requires particular prerequisite courses, but does not give preference to any particular undergraduate degree program. Must first gain admission to ASU Graduate School. Professional program is 3 years in length. Includes 31 weeks of full-time clinical education experiences. Each cohort begins the Program in the fall of each academic year. One class is accepted each year. Application deadline is February 1. Clinical Experiences The clinical experiences are comprised of six clinical experiences. Clinical Education I, III and IV are 5-week rotations and Clinical Education V-VI are 8-week rotations for a total of 31 weeks. Clinical Education II is a part time rotation on campus in the area of geriatrics. ASU has over 150 sites contracted for clinical education. Faculty There are eight full-time faculty members. Five of the full-time faculty members hold doctoral degrees and three are pursuing doctoral degrees. The faculty to student ratio is approximately 1:4. Enrollment Total enrollment for the 2013-2014 academic year at Arkansas State University (ASU) was just under 11,500 students. The Graduate Program in Physical Therapy enrolls up to 30 students, one time each year. Admission Read more [...]

  • University of South Alabama

    School Name: University of South Alabama
    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 Doctor of Physical Therapy degree is conferred following eight semesters (32 months) of professional graduate studies. Applicants must complete a bachelor’s degree prior to starting the PT program. A special “Early Acceptance Program” allows highly motivated high school students with ACT =28 and High School GPA of at least 3.50 to apply for PT school during their Senior High School year, and those accepted are guaranteed a spot in the graduate program four years later. Regular graduate applicants who will complete a bachelor’s degree prior to admission must have a GPA of at least 3.0 to apply. Following the December15th application deadline, students who are accepted begin the professional component in the fall semester. The 8 semesters required in the DPT program include a combination of ~6 semesters of didactic courses and 34 weeks of full-time clinical PT internship. Students spend approximately 20 hours per week in class and 12 hours in course labs. Clinical Experiences Students complete 8 weeks of full-time internship at the end of the first year and one ten week and two eight week full-time internships during the third year. Students are required to complete one rotation in an inpatient acute care Read more [...]

  • The University of Alabama at Birmingham

    School Name: The University of Alabama at Birmingham
    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 Three-year entry level Doctorate Degree. Clinical Experiences Students have a total of 34 weeks of full-time clinical education. Faculty There are 11 full-time faculty and two part-time faculty members. All of the full-time faculty hold post-professional doctoral degrees, four are certified as clinical specialists, and four are engaged in clinical practice. Over the past 3 years, the faculty has averaged two publications in peer-reviewed journals. The faculty to student ratio is 1:10. Enrollment Total enrollment exceeds 16,000 students in a comprehensive urban university and medical center complex. The physical therapy program accepts 50 students per class. Admission Requirements for application to the physical therapy program include a baccalaureate degree, a minimum overall grade point average of 3.0. Prerequisites include: 16 semester hours of biology (including human or mammalian physiology); 9 semester hours of psychology; 8 semester hours each of physics, and chemistry for science majors; 6 semester hours English composition; 3-4 semester hours of statistics; and 3 semester hours of pre-calculus with trig. 40% of qualified applicants are admitted to the program (3 year average). Outcomes 98% of admitted students graduate from the program (3-year average), and 92% have employment within 3 months of graduation. Over Read more [...]

  • Alabama State University

    School Name: Alabama 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

    Students enter the program during the fall semester (August) and continue through the program for three (3) consecutive years, for a total of nine (9) semesters and graduate in the summer (July) of year three. Each year consists of a summer session and the fall and spring semesters. It is a full-time lock-step graduate program consisting of 114 hours of professional courses, including a research project and four full time clinical internships. The mission of the physical therapy program is to graduate reflective practitioners with unique skills in providing for the differential needs of underserved and nontraditional clients in the Montgomery community, throughout the state of Alabama and nationally. The University will recruit, admit, retain and graduate students dedicated to attaining the knowledge and skills needed to deliver this mission. Students become eligible for the National Licensing Examination after graduation from the physical therapy program. RESEARCH: The program has a variety of research labs available to students: the Laboratory for the Analysis of Human Motion (LAHM), the Laboratory for the Study of Women’s Health and the Exercise Physiology/Cardiopulmonary Lab. Additionally, the program has a 1680 sq. ft. fully equipped clinical laboratory and two therapeutic exercise laboratories that house approximately 30 Read more [...]

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