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Doctor of Physical Therapy
We are pleased to announce that the DPT program at Indiana State University was granted Candidacy Status by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.
The program is approved to enroll students and began its inaugural class May, 2015. The application process for next year’s class will begin July 1 and end October 1, 2015. The program intends to use PTCAS, the centralized application service for PT programs.
The mission of the Doctor of Physical Therapy program is to provide a supportive, student-focused learning environment that encourages and educates individuals to develop into compassionate, clinically and culturally competent licensed physical therapists who are productive citizens. The physical therapy curriculum will allow opportunities for scholarship, community engagement, and professional service, in addition to in-depth learning in human movement. The program will emphasize ways in which future physical therapists can contribute to the health equity of all, including rural and/or underserved populations.
Applications will be accepted from July 1, 2015 until October 1, 2015 for the DPT class entering summer of 2016.
- The DPT Program welcomes potential applicants to an Open House Event to be held the morning of Saturday, September 26.
- Meet DPT faculty
- Speak with current DPT students
- Meet with admissions staff
- Question & Answer Session
- Tour facilities
- Check back for more details soon!
Applications will be accepted beginning July 1, 2015 for the DPT class entering summer of 2016. Please have all GRE scores sent to our NEW program specific code: 1710 - Indiana St U PTCAS
- The Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Indiana State University plans to participate in the Physical Therapist Centralized Application Service, known as PTCAS, in the 2015-16 admissions cycle. Applicants applying to the entry-level physical therapist education program for the 2016 entering class will apply online using the PTCAS application beginning in July 2015. To learn more about PTCAS, visit www.ptcas.org.