Physical Therapy Program
ISU DPT PROGRAM
idaho State University's Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) is a professional entry level degree program preparing students for licensure to practice as physical therapists. The program emphasizes student interaction with patients and clients during classroom, practicum and affiliation experiences, interprofessional education activities, and an emphasis on service and advocacy. In 2018, we enrolled our first class of 24 students at our new campus in Meridian, Idaho. Successful applicants can request a preference to study in either Pocatello or Meridian, Idaho. The ISU DPT program offers an affordable 34-month program with an excellent student to faculty ratio.
Future Is Bright
Physical Therapy has been named as one of the nation’s 150 best recession-proof jobs and Forbes Magazine and US News consistently rank Physical therapists high in job satisfaction and employment. The Bureau of Labor Statistics shows a high rate of growth and demand for Physical therapists over the next 10 years.
Why be a Physical Therapist?
More information can be found at the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) for prospective students. You can also find information from a consumer's point of view regarding the many benefits of physical therapy at the APTA Move Forward site.
Join the many who have marched through the arch.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Idaho State University is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE)
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PT in Motion magazine consistently ranks Idaho at the top of states in which to practice Physical Therapy. Further, Idaho abounds in natural beauty with easy access to national and state parks.
More Information on the ISU DPT Program