Please note the changes outlined below are only applicable to applications submitted to the program in 2022 for admission in fall of 2023.
Documentation of the minimum 40 hours of observation is required by the November 1 application deadline for the 2022-2023 admission cycle. Exceptions to this requirement will be considered on a case by case basis by the admissions committee.
The program will allow for ONE prerequisite course to be graded as a pass/fail or satisfactory/unsatisfactory taken ONLY in the spring 2020 term. No additional prerequisite courses graded in this manner, or taken in terms other that spring 2020, will be accepted for admission to the program. The content provided by required prerequisites are essential to success in the DPT program. If you feel your grasp of the content in any of these courses is not as strong as it could be we encourage you to consider taking a course(s) again.
Course work, including prerequisite courses, taken online will be accepted.
Non Prerequisite Courses – The program will allow courses to be graded as a pass/fail or satisfactory/unsatisfactory taken ONLY in the spring 2020 term. This applies to courses that are not routinely graded as pass/fail and/or satisfactory/unsatisfactory. Courses that are regularly graded as pass/fail or satisfactory/unsatisfactory will continue to be accepted as normal.
Letters of Reference
The physical therapist reference is required for the 2022-2023 admission cycle. Read more about required recommendations on our criteria page.