Physical Therapy

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Programs Offered

Undergraduate

Physical Therapy 
The 3+3 Accelerated Pre-Baccalaureate Admission option is only available to incoming Temple University freshman. The Temple University 3+3 Accelerated Baccalaureate Admission Option program provides outstanding students admission to the Temple University DPT program prior to the completion of an undergraduate degree.
 

Graduate

The Master of Science (MS) in Neuromotor Science prepares individuals to advance the science of neuromotor control and biomechanics of human posture and movement in individuals across lifespan and spectrum of health and disability levels.
 
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Neuromotor Science provides a research focused degree meant to prepare graduates for research positions or teaching/research positions in academic settings, clinical research settings, or industry.
 
 
Physical Therapy
The entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program prepares students to diagnose, evaluate, and treat movement-related disorders in a variety of clinical and community settings.
 
The transition to Doctor of Physical Therapy (t-DPT) degree is an online program geared toward practicing physical therapists that wish to increase their professional knowledge base and advance in their careers.
 
 
Urban Bioethics 
The Master of Arts in Urban Bioethics (DPT/MA) will not only offer DPT students advanced education and exposure to the intangible aspects of the ethics of clinical practice (such as strategies for care in environments of diversity, disparity, and inequities), but also will better position graduates in their post-graduation employment searches in specialized leadership roles or post-doctoral education.
 

Post-Professional

Continuing Education
The Physical Therapy Department offers many opportunities for licensed physical therapists to continue their education.
 
The Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency is a one-of-a-kind post-professional program that significantly advances physical therapists' preparedness to become providers of patient care services in a defined area of clinical practice.