Healthcare education is what we do at Midwestern University. We're an established leader with an exciting vision for the future. Midwestern University offers you solid footing in the sciences, extensive hands-on experience in outstanding clinical rotations, and a compassionate perspective toward your patients. We are committed to your success. You'll learn side-by-side with students in other health professions, modeling the team approach to 21st-century healthcare practice.
Midwestern University???s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program offers a well-designed curriculum, enabling graduates to effectively meet the demands of working in today???s healthcare environment. Students, with support from our experienced expert faculty, develop the knowledge and skills for successful clinical practice and life-long learning. Our academic faculty and community of clinical educators provide students with a dynamic, supportive, and state-of-the-art professional education.
The focus of the full-time, 34-month professional program is the preparation of entry-level, generalist physical therapists who are able to provide competent, skilled professionals services across the healthcare continuum, making meaningful contributions to their patients, community, and profession.
Midwestern University???s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program provides the foundation for graduates to identify and implement effective solutions to emergent health issues of our society and to contribute to the academic and clinical education of future practitioners. MWU DPT graduates are prepared to make valuable, ongoing contributions to their clients, communities, organizations, and the Physical Therapy profession through leadership activities and collaborative efforts within professional education, practice, and research.
We are dedicated to the education and development of our students, faculty, and staff in an environment that encourages learning and personal development.
Midwestern University. We???re tomorrow???s healthcare team.
Interviews will be conducted remotely utilizing Zoom.
Deposit is required by January 17, 2021 to hold a seat in the class and will be applied to first quarter tuition.