Advance Your Career with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Seton Hall
Due to exponential growth in the field of physical therapy, the CAPTE-accredited (Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education) Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Seton Hall boasts a 100% employment rate for licensed graduates who seek employment, and many students receive several offers prior to graduation.
Complete the form to the right to find out how to earn your Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree at Seton Hall University.
A four-year (full-time) program, the DPT degree program prepares entry-level autonomous practitioners to critically analyze and convey information to patients, colleagues and health professionals.
As a student in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, you will learn the art and science of caring through integrated part-time clinical experiences and four full-time internships throughout the tri-state area as well as national and international placements. You will work alongside licensed physical therapists, putting your classroom learning to work in professional settings. Laboratories, complete with state-of-the-art equipment consistent with contemporary PT practice and research, promote teaching and learning.
Graduates of the DPT program are thoroughly prepared for the National Physical Therapy Licensure Examination with a three-year (2009-2011) pass rate of 92.9%, and they have developed the skills necessary to work in hospital, rehabilitation, school-based and orthopedic settings; engage in patient care; teach as lab assistants; and develop practices using their management skills. Unique mentored research and service learning opportunities provide students with additional skills to advance in the field of physical therapy.
To learn more about the Doctor of Physical Therapy program, fill out the form to the right.