Doctor of Physical Therapy
Graduates will be positioned to enter the field ready to practice and for life-long learning, leadership, innovation, and transformation.
If you are an prospective student and have questions after reviewing our website (particularly the Prospective Student and Admissions tabs) should contact Angela Marino-Boynton at email@example.com or (603) 535-2890.
The DPT program is a 117 graduate credit program run in a cohort based model beginning in early June each year.
Thank you for your interest in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Plymouth State University!
PSU PT club is a place where students of all 3 cohorts join together to support one another throughout the DPT curriculum. It is also open to underclassmen at PSU who are interested in furthering their involvement in the field of PT.
As an incoming first year, you’ll be paired with a second-year student through our mentor/mentee program to help acclimate you into the club and the DPT program as a whole. As a club we encourage new learning opportunities for our members through hosting a variety of dynamic guest speakers at our monthly meetings. We also work to promote the profession as a whole through philanthropic community outreach activities, fundraising and on-campus activities at Plymouth State University. All club members you are given the opportunity to hold leadership roles through our executive board starting in their first year of membership. Since 2018, we have attended both state and national conferences and have had multiple students present research studies alongside faculty members at APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting (CSM).
Graduates will be:
- Competent, autonomous and collaborative Doctors of Physical Therapy that are prepared to provide evidence guided, knowledge based physical therapy practice to positively impact people’s lives and transform society as agents of change in their communities.
- Prepared as health team leaders and advocates for innovation in the profession while being respectful, culturally sensitive and socially responsible.
- Graduation Rates – 100%
- Employment Rates (Will be available in 2021)
- Pass rates on licensing examinations (Will be available in 2021)
“How much will my graduate program cost?” and “How will I pay for it?” are two of the most common questions asked when considering continuing your education. Here is some basic information about tuition, financial aid, scholarships available for DPT students. We encourage you to click the links on this page for additional information and resources.
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics list physical therapy as one of the fastest growing professions and northern New Hampshire has historically found it difficult to attract and retain high quality healthcare professionals. The June 2014 report on New Hampshire Employment Projections by Industry and Occupation through 2022 anticipates 66 physical therapy job openings annually with a 31.1% growth rate, categorizing it with a “Very Favorable” descriptor.
Job Opportunities (coming soon)
Employers – please send requests to post opportunities by email to Sean Collins.
Inquire – Complete a brief inquiry form and we will connect you with the program coordinator and provide you with additional information about the curriculum, admission requirements, faculty information, and more.
Visit – Currently we are not able to provide a full visit opportunity however we are holding virtual information sessions or would be happy to schedule an individual phone or zoom appointment.
Graduate Admission Team – Whether you are just graduating with your bachelor’s degree or have been out of school for a while, we are here to help guide you through the application process, assist in getting you registered for your first semester of classes, and provide you with “next steps, information, and resources on campus.
Office of the Registrar – can assist with course registration, transcript requests and degree conferral information
Student Account Services – please contact them with questions regarding your bill, employer reimbursement, or financial holds on your account.
Financial Aid Office – is here to assist financial aid, student loans, or other financial related questions.