Program Highlights

  • Transitions the clinician to the academic standard of the entry-level DPT degree.
  • Two delivery options
    • Full time on-campus
      • Provides internationally the trained PT an immersion experience into the culture of US DPT programs and advances clinical skills through onsite and ‘real world’ clinical practicums
      • Completed in 20 months (includes off campus clinical practicum)
    • Full or part-time interactive online
      • Provides the US and Canadian trained and licensed PT a flexible program
      • Completed in 2-3 years.

See Curriculum


  • Hold the equivalent of a 4-year United States Bachelor's degree from an approved school of physical therapy.
  • Must be a licensed physical therapist in country of origin or residence.
  • One year of physical therapist employment experience preferred before application.
  • Three references needed: one each from a physical therapist, doctor, and a known individual.
  • Original and, if non-English, translated academic transcripts required.
  • For non-English educated students: minimum iBTOEFL score of 80 or IELTS of 6.5.
  • A portfolio including current resume, continuing education records, and certifications if any.
  • Additional Requirements:
    • On Campus: Internationally trained therapists must have applied for the FCCPT Education Credential Review before starting the program
    • International students, please learn more about any additional requirements here.


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Deadlines & Costs

Application Deadlines

  • On-campus: June 30
  • Interactive Online: July 15 

Please be sure to have all the necessary documents while completing your application


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Tuition & Fees

  • For program costs please click here.
  • If you have any further questions, please visit Student Financial Services and work with your respective financial advisor.