Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy Curriculum

The Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (T-DPT) is also offered through the Department of Physical Therapy. The T-DPT program consists of 8 post-professional level courses taken over a 12-month period beginning in January. This is a self-supported program offered to currently practicing physical therapists who graduated with a Baccalaureate or Master’s Degree as their entry level, professional degree.

 

 

Credit Hours

PHYT 7070-  Physical Therapy: A 21st Century
Primary Doctoring Profession

2.0

PHYT 7071- Evidence-Based Physical Therapy
Practice

2.0

PHYT 7072- Clinical Decision-Making Across
the Lifespan

2.0

PHYT 7073- Medical Screening in Physical Therapy

2.0

PHYT 7074- Pharmacology in Physical Therapy

2.0

PHYT 7075- Diagnostic Imaging for Physical
Therapists

2.0

PHYT 7076- Professional Ethical Decision- 
Making and Clinical Risk
Management

2.0

PHYT 7077- Business, Marketing and
Reimbursement Practice Issues

2.0

T-DPT Curriculum Total

16.0

 

Course Descriptions