The Baylor University Doctor of Physical Therapy program is an accelerated, blended-learning curriculum plan that is unique to physical therapy education.
Baylor Doctor of Physical Therapy Curriculum

The DPT curriculum plan consists of academic course work in six consecutive semesters over a period of 24 months. This includes 67 weeks of didactic curriculum spread across six academic semesters and 31 weeks of full-time clinical education performed in a variety of clinical settings. The DPT degree is awarded to students upon their successful completion of the program.


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