The Physical Therapy Transfer program at Manor College allow the student to complete the first two years of the necessary coursework required transfer to a four year college to complete a bachelor’s degree. The program provides the foundation in the sciences and liberal arts required for the student to develop interpersonal, critical thinking, and problem solving skills necessary for success in the therapy field. Students will then have the credentials necessary to transfer to a doctor of physical therapy program (DPT).
Manor requires that each physical therapy sophomore student in good standing participate in an 80-hour observational externship at a physical therapy site.
Why You Should Choose Manor
Manor College provides small laboratory sciences classes and personalized advising. Manor College has a variety of articulation or dual enrollment agreements making the transfer process seamless. Manor College also provides opportunities for observation placement where students spend 80 hours for skills observation and limited hands on experience.
Physical therapists help people who are mentally, physically, developmentally, or emotionally disabled. They work with individuals to help them improve basic motor and reasoning functions as well as compensate for permanent loss of function. Physical therapists possess creative skills in order to design or make special equipment for their patients. Typically, physical therapists work in private offices and clinics, hospitals, and long term care facilities.
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