Flexible Options for Future Physical Therapists
Physical therapy (PT) is a growing health care profession that provides opportunity for autonomy in patient care, flexibility in choosing a practice setting or specialty (e.g. acute care, outpatient care, home health, private practice), and the environment to interact with people to help improve their physical performance and ability to function independently.
The University of Michigan PT program is located at the University of Michigan-Flint. This nationally recognized, rigorous academic program is offered in several tracks, including one of the few PT PhD programs in the country. Through hands-on learning experiences and opportunities to engage with the community through such programs as PT Heart, graduates are prepared for a wide range of careers and care for those seeking assistance from PT professionals.
Aubree Kraut is the Academic Advisor for Health Sciences. She works with students on an individual plan for completing their course of study. Send Aubree an email to schedule an advising appointment today.
- Doctor of Physical Therapy (Dual DPT/PhD)
- Doctor of Physical Therapy/Business Administration: DPT/MBA
NCFD Credentialing Program
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University of Michigan-Flint is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy (CAPTE), 3030 Potomac Ave., Suite 100, Alexandria, Virginia, 22305-3085; telephone: 703.706.3245; email: email@example.com; website: www.captedonline.org.
The University of Michigan-Flint Doctor of Physical Therapy program is committed to excellence in teaching, learning, scholarship and service. The DPT program ranked 53rd in the United States and highest of the 6 DPT programs in Michigan by US News and World Reports. Outcomes for the DPT include a 95% graduation rate, a 100% NPTE-PT ultimate pass rate, 100% of the graduates were rated at entry-level clinical performance prior to graduation. One-hundred percent of the DPT graduates who sought employment as a physical therapist were employed.
A community tradition started by students in 2012, PT Heart is the gift that keeps on giving. Learn more about the good work of providing accessible physical therapy to those in need.