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The physical therapy curriculum requires three years (year-round) to complete. Graduates are awarded a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. The program includes major components related to the basic and clinical sciences, physical therapy-specific arts and sciences, administration, research, education, and the organization and delivery of health care. The courses prepare physical therapist professionals with contemporary, evidence-based clinical skills. Some courses are taken with students from other programs to increase understanding of other health care professions and to promote inter-professional collaboration. Students will complete four 8-week full-time clinical practicums during which the students engage in direct patient care supervised by a licensed physical therapist.
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DPT Clinical Education Manual - includes, missions, policies, responsibilities, excepted outcomes, clinical instructor privileges
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