The t-DPT program will require 15 to 21 credits. The program must be completed within three years of matriculation. Students will be required to complete:
Required core courses for the t-DPT program
|PHTY 603 Evidence-Based Practice I||3|
|PHTY 604 Evidence-Based Practice II||4|
|PHTY 610 Physical Therapy Evaluation in the Direct Access Setting||2|
|PHTY 503 Applied Exercise Physiology||3|
|Elective courses for the t-DPT program|
|PHTY 615 Pharmacology||1|
|PHTY 617 t-DPT Gross Anatomy||3|
|PHTY 614 Evidence for Neurologic Practice||2|
|PHTY 613 Evidence for Orthopedic Practice||2|
|PHTY 616 Evidence for Tissue Healing and Therapeutic Modalities||2|
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