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School of Physical Therapy


The mission of the Husson Physical Therapy Program is to graduate generalist practitioners who are movement specialists with advanced skills in selected practice areas.  These skilled, knowledgeable, ethical, and reflective practitioners are independent in their assessment of client needs and collaborative within the health care team for the promotion of health and function.  These graduates are responsible and self-directed learners, both adaptable and successful in utilizing evidence-based practice to address issues within diverse and complex health care systems, practice environments and client populations.

DPT Faculty Commitment

Our faculty is comprised of expert clinicians and doctorally-prepared researchers who are committed to cultivating a positive learning environment, to providing quality learning experiences consistent with current and innovative professional practices, and to advancing the physical therapy profession through scholarly inquiry, clinical practice, and engaged leadership.


Balanced Approach to Learning

The DPT program balances academic study with clinical experience while facilitating students to reflect and assess their own learning needs.  Academic faculty commit to integrating foundational science courses with clinical content and skills, clinical reasoning skills, and functional outcomes. Clinical faculty help to ensure clinical competency through hands-on learning experiences and the evaluation of the learner's performance. 

Consider What the Husson DPT Program Has to Offer

Your choice of a physical therapy program is extremely important in determining your growth as a person and developing your expertise as a Physical Therapist. At Husson, you will find:

  • Affordable tuition
  • Faculty expertise, experience and qualifications
  • 1:10 faculty to student ratio
  • Dedication to small class sizes
  • Individual attention from faculty members
  • Facilities & equipment including a dedicated gross anatomy lab
  • Kenduskeag Institute's Human Performance Lab, a premier scientific research facility
  • Opportunities for advanced electives
  • Opportunity to serve in student run pro bono clinic
  • DPT plus a BS in Exercise Science in only 6 years 
  • Guaranteed progression into the DPT program by maintaining a Husson undergraduate 3.2 GPA
  • 92.5% DPT graduation rate for 2018–2019
  • 97% first-time licensing examination pass rate for the DPT program for 2018-2019
  • 100% licensing examination pass rate for the DPT program for 2019 graduates
  • 100% employment of graduates as PTs within six months of passing the licensure examination, 2018-2019

The School of Physical Therapy at Husson University is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314; telephone: 703-706-3245;; website:  If needing to contact the program/institution directly, please call 207-941-7101 or email


School of Physical Therapy Mission Statement

The mission of Husson University’s School of Physical Therapy is to develop physical therapists who are specialists in the art and science of human movement, embody the characteristics of lifelong learners, and strive to be agents of change. Graduates shall be distinguishable by their skills, ethical integrity, cultural competence, collaboration, and leadership. Graduates will use evidence-based practice to optimize human movement and promote health and wellness in a dynamic healthcare environment.  

Phone and Email Address
Ali Kennedy
Office Manager
328 O'Donnell Commons
Husson University
1 College Circle
Bangor, Maine 04401