Program Structure

  • Master’s level program of 93 credit hours accomplished over 7 consecutive semesters beginning every
  • January 30 students accepted annually
    • Graduates will be qualified to sit for the national certifying exam
      known as the PANCE. (Successful completion of this exam is required in all states to obtain licensure)
  • A 15 month didactic and 12 month clinical rotations curriculum
  • Clinical sites will be located throughout central Indiana, with the option of more distant sites pending departmental approval
  • Numerous opportunities for interprofessional education with ISU Physical Therapy, Nursing, and Athletic Training students, as well as IUSM-TH medical students Collaboration with the Rural Health Innovative
  • Collaboration with the Rural Health Innovative

PANCE Data
Classes of students admitted to the program while accredited are able to complete program and sit for the PANCE regardless of accreditation status upon graduation.