Earn Your DPT Online from No. 24-Ranked Arcadia University
Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), Arcadia's hybrid DPT program, Arcadia DPT Online, prepares students to apply clinical, behavioral, and research-driven knowledge to help people of all ages and backgrounds overcome the effects of disease or injury and maximize function.
Our program features:
Nationally and internationally known faculty and speakers
Patient-centered, evidence-based curriculum
Highly interactive video conferencing with peers and professors
Periodic on-campus immersive experiences to hone hands-on skills and application
Opportunities for clinical experiences at regionally recognized medical facilities
Arcadia’s nationally ranked Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program is designed for aspiring physical therapists who want to confidently diagnose and treat movement dysfunction in patients of all backgrounds and ages.
Candidates for the hybrid curriculum should be dedicated to advancing the field of physical therapy through evidence-based, research-driven practice. The College of Health Sciences maintains the same admissions standards for the online program as it does for the on-campus program.
Applicants to the Arcadia DPT Online program must have successfully completed a bachelor’s degree and meet the GRE score requirements.
The program has one cohort per year that begins each September. Arcadia's online DPT program will begin accepting applications on June 10.
Classes Start this Fall
Learn more about how Arcadia’s hybrid curriculum can prepare you to become a licensed physical therapist.