The DPT program at Plymouth State University features hands on clinical practice experiences early and often. Students are involved in practice experiences starting with their first semester and throughout the entire curriculum whether on campus though the Integrated Clinical or off campus through Clinical Education. The required 117 graduate credits are offered over 3 years, 3 semesters/year and provide a well-balanced mix of foundational and clinical theory course work with clinical practice experiences. Faculty and students work together to foster an environment, both in and out of the classroom, of learning and scholarship.Through the curriculum students are involved in courses, projects and experiences that progressively integrate and unify concepts as the student progresses toward entry-level practice. Faculty work together within and between courses to promote as much unity in the learning experience as possible for the student.The DPT graduate of Plymouth State University will be ready to practice physical therapy and be positioned for lifelong learning, leadership, innovation and transformation.
We require either an in-person or live online interview.
Non-refundable and applied to tuition.