Physical Therapy-Transitional (D.P.T.)

College of Health Professions and Social Work
Department of Physical Therapy & Human Performance

http://www.fgcu.edu/CHPSW/PT/tDPT/
(239) 590-7530

2014-2015 Catalog Year

Program Admission Requirements

See program website at URL listed above.

Program 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)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS REQUIRED:   30 HRS

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.

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.

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.

The information contained in this catalog excerpt is intended for informational purposes only. Every effort is made to provide this information as accurately as possible at the time of publication; however, the university reserves the right to revise any section or part without notice or obligation.
Printed on: 10/21/2014.