Physical Therapy

Shenandoah University uses PTCAS, a centralized application service for schools of physical therapy, to process all applications for the DPT program: http://www.ptcas.org/

Full information about the Shenandoah Doctor of Physical Therapy program.

The DPT program begins in the Fall (August) term each year. The firm deadline for applications is October 1 each year.

Candidates are notified in writing by the Admissions Coordinator that their files have been received and is complete. It is the responsibility of the SUPT admissions chairman to determine prerequisite substitutions and to evaluate prerequisites in question (e.g. those with atypical names), however in no cases will prerequisites be waived. This process of prerequisite substitution typically involves asking the candidate to provide a course description or syllabus to support their claim. For science prerequisites that are older than 10 years, a candidate may request to substitute work experience or graduate-level course work. The process is outlined in the admissions guidelines.