School of Physical Therapy

D.P.T. in Physical Therapy

  1. ​The ability to communicate effectively with patients, caregivers, healthcare team members, and the community.
  2. ​The ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in healthcare and make informed decisions considering patients, caregivers, healthcare systems, and society.
  3. ​The ability to function effectively on a healthcare team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan interventions, and meet patient care objectives.
  4. ​The ability to acquire, interpret, and apply new knowledge in support of evidence-based practice and life-long learning.

Ph.D. in Physical Therapy

  1. ​The ability to create, develop, and teach courses in entry-level physical therapy education programs using evidence-based educational practices.
  2. ​The ability to participate effectively as a faculty member in higher education.

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