The University of Indianapolis is one of only a few universities in the United States that offers a full range of physical therapy programs from the associate to the doctoral level. We are proud of the way that our community of faculty, staff, and students work together to contribute to patient care and to advance the profession of physical therapy.
The university's programs in physical therapy are among the finest in the nation. That's important in today's competitive health care job market. Individuals who are well prepared in the field of physical therapy will continue to play a vital role in health care in the future.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development released its annual Hoosier Hot 50 Jobs ranking, and physical therapists are number 5 on the list, which reflects such factors as earnings, job availability and projected industry growth. Also see "Best Jobs" in 2012: PT. UIndy's Krannert School of Physical Therapy graduates more physical therapists than any institution in Indiana.
Indiana is in the midwest of the United States. As the state's capital city and with a population of more than one million people, Indianapolis is the thriving center of business, government, entertainment, and culture in Indiana. The university's southeast-side campus provides easy access to a wide variety of opportunities. The campus is located five miles from downtown.
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