Opportunity to Specialize
Students in the MHS program identify an area of clinical emphasis in orthopedic, neurologic, pediatric, or geriatric physical therapy.
The master's degree provides advanced educational opportunities for practicing physical therapists desiring to improve clinical skills and knowledge.
15 Core credits
36 Total credits
PTPP 505 Legal and Ethical Issues
PTPP 536 Foundations in Professional Writing
PTPP 537 Clinical Research
PTPP 538 Professional Issues
PTPP 501 Scientific Basis of Orthopedic PT or PTPP 509 Theoretical Foundations of Neurologic PT
Transfer Credits and Prior Learning Experience
Students may transfer up to 12 credit hours of course work/or prior learning assessment into the MHS program. Students earning an excess of 128 semester credit hours in their baccalaureate degree program may request consideration to transfer up to 6 credit hours from upper-level coursework into the MHS degree program.
Our admission staff will assist with any questions.
International MHS applicants must apply by February 1.
Application deadlines for U.S.-licensed applicants: Fall = June 15; Winter = November 15; Summer = February 15.
The University reserves the right to revoke an offer of admission if any information provided is found to be inaccurate or falsified.