University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, The Department of Physical Therapy
Office of Admissions and Special Programs School of Health Professions Mail Code 7717, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio TX 78229-3900 United States
Phone+1 210.567.6220
Phone 2 +1 210.567.8757
Program Description
The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Program in the School of Health Professions at UT Health San Antonio, consists of outstanding curriculum that is augmented with topics in critical thinking, systems review, diagnostic procedures, and care throughout the lifespan. The curriculum provides every opportunity for students to succeed in being lifelong learners, critical thinkers, evidence-based practitioners, and the best provider of care in a direct access environment.

Graduates of the program have been providing exceptional service to citizens across Texas and the United States since 1980. DPT graduates achieved an overall pass rate of 99% on the licensing exam for the past several years. The School of Health Professions' alumni association is very active in providing support to our students and graduates with scholarships, activities, and opportunities throughout the year.
Program offers a guaranteed freshman admission pathway?
Dual Degrees
Will the professional (entry-level) PT program offer a satellite or branch campus to applicants during the upcoming admissions cycle?
Admission Interviews
Program conducts interviews as part of the admissions process?
Is a Deposit Required for Accepted Applicants?
Total cumulative deposit
Additional Information about Deposit
The non-refundable tuition deposit is applied to your student account balance upon successful completion of matriculation requirements and course registration.  The due date for the deposit for early decision candidates is the fist week of October while the due date for regular applicants is January 15th.
Deposit Refundable?
Due Date of First Required Deposit
Incoming Class Profile
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