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Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy

Expand your clinical knowledge, skills, and practices to current professional doctor of physical therapy (DPT) standards.


As of 2015, all entry-level accredited physical therapy programs are DPT programs. The post-professional doctor of physical therapy degree gives licensed physical therapists with older master’s or bachelor’s degrees in the field, the opportunity to update your credentials to the doctorate level, filling in the gaps between your professional baccalaureate or master's degree PT education and the current professional DPT degree education.

Our exceptional faculty are committed to the profession, patient care, and their students, and our tested curriculum will help you advance your skills and career in orthopedic and geriatric physical therapy, while increasing your knowledge in the areas of education, administration, research and ethics. We’re committed to graduating students equipped to be leaders in the field.

All students are required to be employed in a physical therapy setting while in the program. The program is designed to take 2-3 years, but can be tailored to your needs. Coursework can count towards CEU credits.