The tDPT Program at Dominican College
The Matriculated Option for Licensed, Practicing Physical Therapists
The Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy program (or tDPT program) allows licensed and practicing physical therapists who hold either a bachelor’s or a master’s degree in Physical Therapy to earn a Doctor of Physical Therapy through a combination of online course work and professional experience.
- TDPT program courses are 2-credit, fully online courses.
- The entire tDPT program is 16-credits in length and can be completed in 18-36 months.
- Tuition is affordable. For more information about costs and tuition, please click here.
- Start any term (Spring, Summer or Fall) with no required course sequence
The Non-Matriculated Option for Students Who Are Not Licensed in the United States
Students who are not licensed as physical therapists in the United States may take up to eight (8) credits in the program on a non-matriculated basis.
Completion of these eight credits does not assure acceptance to the tDPT program. However, if you obtain a US physical therapy license within five years of completing the credits, you may apply for admission to the tDPT program. Upon acceptance to the program, your credits will be applied toward completion of the tDPT program. (It remains the student’s responsibility to ensure that the credits and coursework meet the requirements to take the US PT licensing exam.)
In order to be eligible to take these credits, please:
- Complete the registration form for this option.
- Submit documentation from Foreign Credentialing Commission on Physical Therapy (FCCPT) confirming that education completed is substantially equivalent to an accredited PT degree program in the U.S.
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Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions