Regis University School of Physical Therapy
Office of Admissions 3333 Regis Blvd. A-12 Denver CO 80221 United States
Phone+1 800.388.2366
Program Description
Regis University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program offers you an outstanding education at a university known for its academic excellence and commitment to service learning. Our priority is the development of your leadership, professional and clinical skills while gaining a global health perspective. At Regis University, physical therapy is about much more than strengthening weak muscles and improving range of motion. It is about treating the whole person.

The DPT curriculum focuses on an evidenced-based model, taught by our nationally recognized faculty who expose students to the most current clinical techniques available. That means you'll learn how to diagnose and plan physical therapy interventions that are personalized for each individual. The curriculum explores motor control and movement theory as foundation principles of physical therapy education. Students study movement and its effects on each body system and how it relates to physical therapy management across the lifespan. Extensive study of the foundation sciences is incorporated into the curriculum. Numerous faculty facilitate small group activities where in-depth clinical problems and issues are explored.

The DPT program is 110 semester hours of full-time study, offered in eight consecutive semesters over three calendar years. A total of 38 weeks of clinical experience is integrated within the curriculum. The School of Physical Therapy is affiliated with clinical facilities located throughout the U.S. and some internationally. During any one rotation, students are given choices within a subset of these sites. New clinical instructors are continually being added for new and varied experiences. During clinical experiences, students have the opportunity to integrate knowledge gained from courses and refine their skills in examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, intervention, outcomes, and communication with diverse populations. Students are expected to participate in one rural experience and one out-of-state experience to facilitate an appreciation for various practice settings.

Graduation requirements include completion of a research project and capstone portfolio. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are awarded a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and are eligible to take the national physical therapy licensure examination. This degree prepares students to be autonomous general practitioners equipped with the necessary tools to practice physical therapy in a dynamic health care setting. 100% of all licensed DPT graduates are employed within six months of graduation (2017-2018).

All this in a setting that allows you to enjoy the cultural aspects of a big city and the abundant outdoor adventure that Colorado has to offer! Become a leader in physical therapy at Regis University!
General
Program offers a guaranteed freshman admission pathway?
No
Dual Degrees
Will the professional (entry-level) PT program offer a satellite or branch campus to applicants during the upcoming admissions cycle?
No
Institution's Religious Affiliation
Jesuit Catholic
Admission Interviews
Program conducts interviews as part of the admissions process?
Yes
Additional information about interviews
Interviews are held in-person on our Northwest Denver Campus. Generally interviews are held in late January of each year.
Deposits
Is a Deposit Required for Accepted Applicants?
Yes
Total cumulative deposit
$1000
Additional Information about Deposit
This non-refundable deposit will be applied directly toward the first semester's tuition.
Deposit Refundable?
No
Due Date of First Required Deposit
02/19/2021
Incoming Class Profile
Anticipated Size of the Next Entering Class
83
Size of Most Recent Entering Class
83
% of IN-STATE applicants accepted
25%
% of WICHE (Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education) applicants accepted
2%
% of OUT-OF-STATE (non-resident) U.S. applicants accepted
74%
% of INTERNATIONAL (non-U.S/non-Canadian) applicants accepted
1%
Sex
% Male
46%
% Female 
54%
Race/Ethnicity
% Hispanic 
1%
% Asian
9%
% White (Not of Hispanic Origin) 
70%
% Two or More Races 
18%
% Declining to State 
1%
Additional information about the class profile
Regis University is a private University. No preference is given to applicants based on residency (in-state vs. out-of-state) or religious affiliation. Applicants must have a minimum prerequisite GPA of 2.75 in order to be considered for admission. Regis University offers a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree.
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