Doctor of Physical Therapy/PhD Engineering Dual Degree. The Department of Physical Therapy & Human Movement Sciences, in coordination with the departments of Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering/Computer Science, offers a unique dual-degree program that awards graduates a doctorate in physical therapy (DPT
This is a special dual degree program which enables a student to receive both a Bachelor of Science degree (biology major) and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from UW-La Crosse. Students typically complete the undergraduate requirements in three years followed by 34 months of attendance in the physical therapy graduate program.
A dual degree program, leading to an undergraduate degree in Physics (biomedical concentration) from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and a graduate degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, is available to qualified University of Wisconsin-La Crosse students.
The Physical Therapy Department offers three different programs: The Doctor of Physical Therapy Program is a three-year, dual-degree program that leads to both a bachelor of science (BS) in health sciences and a clinical doctorate in physical therapy (DPT).
Dual Degree. As a formality, the student will apply to have those excess credits from the previous degree counted towards the PhD. Between the excess credits accumulated during the DPT phase and the advanced familiarity with the research program the student will have gained prior to formally starting the PhD program,
About the DPT-MBA. The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree is a professional doctorate in physical therapy. The DPT-MBA is a dual degree of Doctor of Physical Therapy and Masters of Business Administration (MBA). Business decisions will have a broad impact on the delivery of healthcare in the 21st century and physical therapists equipped