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Physical Therapy Admissions Requirements

Physical Therapy Undergraduate Professional Admissions

Through Husson’s Physical Therapy program, you can earn either a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences or Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science in addition to a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) in just six years.

Husson's 6-year DPT program offers several advantages:

  • Direct Entry Into DPT Program: Our early assurance six-year doctoral program allows students to directly enter the professional phase of the program without reapplying if they meet all progression requirements in the pre professional phase.
  • Earn Your Degree Faster: Through Husson's 6-year DPT program, you can save both time and money on your education while pursuing a fulfilling and engaging career in physical therapy.
  • State-of-the-Art Facilities: You'll train and study in cutting-edge educational environments such as the Kenduskeag Institute's Human Performance Lab and high-tech simulation labs.
  • Student-Centered Approach: Husson prioritizes the student's experience every step of the way, which means you'll receive guidance and assistance throughout your time in this program.
  • Hands-On Learning: Through clinicals, internships and engaging classroom instruction, you'll graduate from Husson with the confidence and hands-on experience needed to succeed and thrive early in your career.

Each DPT pathway consists of three years of pre professional coursework, followed by a three-year professional phase, which includes three clinical affiliations and preparation for professional licensure. Whichever path you choose, you will have the potential to progress into the graduate phase of the DPT program at Husson as long as progression criteria are met.

BS/DPT Admissions Requirements