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Physical Therapy-Transitional (D.P.T.) 2016-2017 Catalog Year

College of Health Professions and Social Work

Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
(239) 590-7530
Admission Requirements

See program website at URL listed above.

Minor Requirements

Required Courses:
PHT 5016 Professional reading and writing (2 credits)
PHT 5353 Intro to Medical Diagnostics (2 credits)
PHT 6009 Diagnostic Testing (3 credits)
PHT 6507 Spanish for Health Professions ( 1 credit)
PHT 6606 Critical Inquiry (3 credits)
PHT 6607 Applied Critical Inquiry (3 credits)
PHT 7070 Medical Imaging (3 credits)
PHT 7352 Pharmacology (3 credits)
PHT 7951 Capstone I: (2 credits)
PHT 7952 Capstone II: (2 credits)
PHT 7500 Wellness and Health Promotion (3 credits)
PHT 7533 Professional Issues of the Doctoring Profession (3 credits)



Additional Graduation Requirements
  • Apply for graduation per university guidelines and timeline.
  • Satisfy all university and program graduation requirements as outlined in the catalog and the tDPT Student Guidebook.
Transfer Notes and Acceptable Substitutes

Students entering program with a baccalaureate degree in physical therapy will complete all coursework listed above for a total of 30 credit hours. Transcripts of students entering the program with a master's degree in physical therapy will be evaluated for course equivalency, and students will be provided with an individualized program of study.

Progression Requirements
  •  Students must follow a Program of Study approved by the student's faculty advisor.
  • Students must receive a grade of "B" ("S" if applicable) or better on all courses within the program curriculum.
  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required for all required courses as listed above.

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