We offer an innovative DPT program that allows completion of your degree requirements in two years. Our blended learning format combines best practices in distance education, on-campus lab immersion sessions, and clinical education experiences to prepare you as a future Doctor of Physical Therapy and servant leader in this vital profession.
We will deliver a DPT program that embraces the core values of the Baylor University and the physical therapy profession.The mission of the Baylor University Doctor of Physical Therapy program is to advance societal health through innovative education, connection, inquiry, and leadership in physical therapy.Our vision is to be a nationally recognized leader in innovative, inclusive, and transformative physical therapy education & practice.Please join us for one of our monthly webinars, as we discuss the details of our unique program. You can register for the webinar at the following link: https://protect-us.mimecast.com/s/l1WYC9rG6PF9OKBHE0buF?domain=baylor.edu.
The Admissions Committee will select and invite the most qualified applicants for an interview. All interviews are conducted using a web-based platform called Kira Talent. Applicants record their responses to a series of interview questions for review by the DPT Admissions Committee. Applicants must have a computer with webcam and internet service to complete this interview.
This non-refundable deposit will be applied directly toward your tuition and fees when matriculating into the program.
The DPT Admissions Committee and faculty will review all completed applications (i.e., application and all supporting materials received) in the order of receipt. Applicants are evaluated based on the following items: cumulative GPA, pre-requisite GPA, GRE verbal percentile rank, GRE quantitative percentile rank, references, and personal essay.
Other factors considered, but not required: relevant work experience, observation hours, and prior military experience.
The DPT admissions committee will use this evaluative process to ensure nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all applicants.