Best Physical Therapy and Therapist Masters Programs in Oregon

2 universities in Oregon, OR offer master's degree in Physical Therapy and Therapist

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Ranked as:  #25 in Best Regional University in West Coast
Tuition:  $35,325 per year
Total Cost:  $70,650 * This tuition data is based on IPEDS. For the latest tuition amount, refer to the respective college websites.
State:  Oregon
Acceptance:  89.3%

The primary goal of the Physical Therapy program is to graduate a well-rounded and highly competent clinician. Thirteen full-time faculty members with diverse clinical backgrounds, along with adjunct faculty, offer an entry-level curriculum that is well balanced in the areas of orthopedic, neurologic, and general physical therapy with attention to the needs of pediatric patients, geriatric patients, and other special populations.

The program runs three academic years with summers off. Starting at the end of the first year of study, clinical learning experiences are intermixed with the academic coursework. By graduation, students have spent 39 weeks in full-time clinical learning experiences. They currently affiliate with hundreds of clinic sites across 22 states and 4 countries, with the majority located in the Pacific Northwest.

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Doctor of Physical Therapy

  • GRE Required:  Yes
  • Research Assistantships:  -
  • Teaching Assistantships:  -
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Ranked as:  #30 in Best Regional University in West Coast
Tuition:  $14,247 per year
Total Cost:  $28,494 * This tuition data is based on IPEDS. For the latest tuition amount, refer to the respective college websites.
State:  Oregon
Acceptance:  90.91%

CAPTE (Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education).

Join forces with dedicated physical therapists in a compassionate learning community and unleash the power of human potential.

Says alumnus Gavin McBride, who went on to complete an elite cardiovascular and pulmonary care residency with the U.S. Veterans Affairs.

Create knowledge that advances the field of physical therapy and be part of a program that leads the nation in comprehensive patient care.

Earn your doctorate in two and a half years and start transforming lives as a physical therapist while students at other institutions are still in school.

Partner with experts in primary care, pediatrics, manual therapy, neuroscience, orthopedics, biomechanics and sports medicine. The insights you gain will transform your practice.

Watch video: The Doctor of Physical Therapy program at George Fox University.

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Two students in Physical Therapy program working with a patient.

Help lead the national conversation on issues ranging from diagnostic ultrasound to holistic practice to incorporating physical therapy access into primary care.

This is your chance to establish yourself as a leader in health care. Add to our collective wisdom, make your presence felt throughout the greater community, and use your newfound strength to improve lives and advance the practice of physical therapy wherever your career path leads.

A significant part of the program consists of 37 weeks of full-time clinical training in various settings, including private practice, hospital acute care, orthopedics, pediatrics and rehabilitation facilities.

George Fox University provides clinical rotations that give you a chance to explore many domains of physical therapy and essentially create a concentration that interests you. These rotations, coupled with research projects, will boost your confidence as you enter physical therapy practice.

Physical therapy is a growing career field, due in large part to advances in medical technology that have allowed doctors to save and treat people who will go on to need physical therapy after or in coordination with their primary medical care.

Physical therapists earn an annual mean wage that is higher than the national average for all occupations. Increasing demand for their services may result in higher wages in the future.

Students earning their license through the George Fox DPT program have reciprocity to practice in all 50 U.S. states.

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Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

  • GRE Required:  Yes
  • Research Assistantships:  -
  • Teaching Assistantships:  -
  • Financial Aid: Register to view the details

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