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UIndy Krannert School of Physical Therapy snapshot


Holding a spot in the top 25% of the country, UIndy’s Krannert School of Physical Therapy is nationally ranked and produces more physical therapists than any other institution in the state of Indiana. For the past three years UIndy has successfully placed 100% of graduates from the physical therapy program in jobs and for the past three years has had 100% of physical therapy students pass the licensure exam on the first attempt.

Physical therapy students learn in both a traditional classroom setting and through hands-on training in different experiential settings. Students have clinicals in a variety of environments including hospitals, outpatient clinics, nursing homes and rehabilitation centers. Faculty work closely with students in the classroom, mentor students to help them explore career paths, and include them in research efforts in the community and in our Movement Science Lab.

Our new state-of-the-art Health Pavilion offers excellent resources for our physical therapy and pre-physical therapy students. Opened in August of 2015, the Health Pavilion offers new classrooms, research laboratories, space for community members to receive health care, study space and food options.

Students interested in becoming a physical therapist will need to attain a degree beyond their bachelor’s. Students interested in pursuing our competitive Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program should seriously consider attending UIndy for their undergraduate studies. The most popular degrees for students planning to attend physical therapy school include exercise science, human biology, psychology and public health education. UIndy students have the option of utilizing our 3 + 3 program in which students complete all of their undergraduate work in three years and start the Doctor of Physical Therapy program during their fourth year at UIndy. Academic advisors assist students in finding the right major, taking the right classes to get into physical therapy school, and staying on track for the 3 + 3 program.

If you would like to learn more about UIndy’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program, check out the links below.

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