At Carroll University, a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree is within your reach. We offer three types of entry for admission to the three-year, full-time Doctor of Physical Therapy graduate program which educates students to become licensed physical therapists who are prepared to provide compassionate, respectful care in a dynamic health care environment and contribute to the profession and community.
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Our graduates also have a job placement rate of 100% within six months of graduation (Class of 2016).
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As a graduate of Carroll’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program, you’ll be trained to practice in a caring manner, with a focus on moral sensitivity, social responsibility and awareness of individual differences. Professional preparation is in the basic sciences, behavioral sciences, applied sciences, health sciences and the science of physical therapy. The curriculum readies you to become a rehabilitation professional ready to examine, evaluate, diagnose, make prognoses and provide interventions to prevent the onset, symptoms and progression of impairments, functional limitations and disabilities that might result from diseases, disorders or injuries. Our graduates develop a lifelong commitment to self-directed learning and critical inquiry and learn to collaborate with other healthcare providers in their practice. Our students value excellence in the profession and recognize that completion of their doctoral program is the first phase on a continuum to mastery and competency in physical therapy.
Carroll University offers a unique opportunity for direct admission to the Entry-Level DPT program which includes pre-professional and professional phases. Students are able to receive direct admission into the program as a freshman, allowing them to complete both their undergraduate and graduate degrees in just six years. Learn more about the format of the Entry-Level DPT program.
In addition to traditional course work described above, the Carroll University Physical Therapy Program offers students opportunities for simultaneous application of didactic knowledge and hands-on skills through the Teaching Laboratory Practice (TLP).
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Carroll University is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314; telephone: 703.706.3245; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.capteonline.org. Please refer to this webpage to express program related feedback.