This program is open only to Ithaca College graduates holding an M.S. in physical therapy. While the program is designed for students who are currently enrolled in the clinical science/physical therapy program (i.e., students to graduate with their M.S. in physical therapy between 2005 and 2011), applicants from the earlier years of the M.S. program (1994-2004) may apply and be admitted on a case-by-case basis.
All required graduate coursework must be taken in sequence unless permission to deviate from the sequence or time frame has been approved by the graduate faculty. Candidates for a doctoral degree in physical therapy must meet all requirements for graduation within three years of their matriculation.
All physical therapy majors must take graduate-level courses offered by the Department of Physical Therapy for a letter grade unless otherwise specified in the course descriptions.
|PDPT-61000||Clinical Reasoning and Differential Diagnosis in Physical Therapy||2|
|PDPT-61100||Applications of Evidence-Based Practice in Physical Therapy||2|
|PDPT-61200||Case Study Seminar||2|
|PDPT-61300||Clinical Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice||1|
|PDPT-61400||Applications of Wellness and Prevention in Physical Therapy||3|
|PDPT-61500||Managerial Applications in Physical Therapy Practice||2|