Curricular

PHYSICAL THERAPY CURRICULUM

YEAR 1

Semester 1 Spring Hrs
PHYT 6101 Functional Human Anatomy 6
PHYT 6102 Pathophysiology 4
PHYT 6103 Biomechanics 3
PHYT 6111 PT Basic Skills I 2
PHYT 6151 Professional Issues I 1
          16
Semester 2 Summer  
PHYT 6261 Introduction to the Research Process 1
PHYT 6212 PT Basic Skills II 2
PHYT 6221 Musculoskeletal I 4
PHYT 6213 PT Basic Skills III 4
PHYT 6271 Clinical Practicum I 2
            13
        
Semester 3 Fall  
PHYT 6304 Neuroscience 6
PHYT 6315 Electrotherapeutics 3
PHYT 6322 Musculoskeletal II 4
PHYT 6331 Neurotherapeutics Principles I 4
       17
   

YEAR 2

Semester 4 Spring Hrs
PHYT 6472 Clinical Practicum II 2
PHYT 6462 Scientific Inquiry for PTs 1
PHYT 6432 Neurotherapeutics II (peds) 3
PHYT 6433 Neurotherapeutics III (geri) 2
PHYT 6452 Clin. Correlates I 1
PHYT 6416 Wound and Burn Care 2
PHYT 6314 Soft Tissue Management 2
    13
Semester 5 Summer  
PHYT 6573 Clinical Practicum III 2
PHYT 6523 Prosthetics and Orthotics 3
PHYT 6541 Cardiopulmonary 2
PHYT 6553 Professional Issues II 2
PHYT 6554 Clin. Correlates II 1
PHYT 6405 Pharmacology for PTs 3
            13
     
Semester 6 Fall  
PHYT 6663 Human Research for PT 1
PHYT 6642 Emergency Response for PT 1
PHYT 6681 Admin. & Management 3
PHYT 6674 Internship I 10
    15

     

YEAR 3

Semester 7 Spring Hrs
PHYT 7717 Current Trends in PT 1
PHYT 7764 Case Study in PT 1
PHYT 7775 Internship II 12
    14
Semester 8 Summer  
PHYT 7855 Lifespan Development for PT 3
PHYT 7882 Teaching & Learning for PT 1
PHYT 7807 Imaging Studies for PT 2
PHYT 7856 Health & Wellness in PT 3
PHYT 7857 Differential Diagnosis for PT 2
                 11
     
Semester 9 Fall  
PHYT 7976 Internship III 15
    15

   

  Didactic    Clin. Ed. Total
Yr. 1    44       02 46
Yr. 2    27       14 41
Yr. 3    13       27 40
TOTAL    84       43 127

Classes may be taught during the day, in the evenings or on the weekends. The schedule for each semester will be provided as early as possible, however, students should understand that the PT program should be their priority for the duration of the program and any outside employment or commitments should be kept to a minimum and should not interfere with the requirements of the program.