Physical Therapy and Athletic Training
Physical Therapy Interim Chair and Associate Professor: Gerber
Physical Therapy Program Director and Clinical Associate Professor: Gerber
Associate Professors: Devine, Dye, Foley, Gerber, Jackman, Seiger
Assistant Professors: Canavan, Harris, Henscheid, Jepson, Ralphs, Woolstenhulme, Clarke
|Doctor of Physical Therapy||Degree||Doctor of Physical Therapy|
|Master of Science in Athletic Training||Degree||Master of Science|
|Master of Science in Athletic Training/Doctor of Physical Therapy||Degree||Master of Science/Doctor of Physical Therapy|
|Accelerated Exercise Science B.S. to M.S.A.T||Degree||BS/MSAT|
|Physical Therapist Assistant to B.S in Health Science to M.S. in Athletic Training||Degree||PTA/BSHS/MSAT|
Mission Statements and Learning Outcomes
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
Prepare entry-level physical therapists who optimize human movement and function by providing educational opportunities in practice, service, and research.
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for the DPT program are:
- SLO #1 Obtain the foundational knowledge and skills to sit for the national physical therapy licensure examination required to assume roles as competent entry-level physical therapists.
- SLO #2 Gain experience in diverse practice settings or with a variety of patient populations.
- SLO #3 Be skilled in patient education.
- SLO #4 Develop habits of critical reflection and self-directed learning.
- SLO #5 Acquire professional advocacy and inter-professional collaboration skills.