Help people rebuild and maintain their health and independence
The Campbell University Department of Physical Therapy Program’s mission is to graduate doctors of physical therapy who deliver compassionate, patient-centered care from a service-oriented, Christian guided view, with a special emphasis on rural healthcare environments.
Innovative New Curriculum
The DPT program will launch a new version of our curriculum in the summer semester of 2025. Students will begin coursework in the summer and graduate 31 months later in December. The updated curriculum leverages the strengths of our existing program while allowing students to enter the workforce sooner. Our program is designed for an immersive experience where students have regular, in-person contact with peers, faculty, and patients throughout the curriculum. Our highly accessible faculty focus on helping each student develop into exceptional physical therapists capable of providing quality care to anyone, anywhere.
Why You Should Apply
- Campbell’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program faculty believes in developing graduates ready to practice independently and as part of a comprehensive inter-professional healthcare team.
- Our educational foundation is broad and focuses on understanding disease processes across the lifespan with acquisition of contemporary examination/evaluation skills and interventions.
- We provide inter-professional learning experiences throughout the program that are designed to integrate profession specific knowledge with other healthcare members that will prepare graduates for real world situations and changes in healthcare delivery.
- Our Doctor of Physical Therapy graduates are effective communicators and teachers adept at using clinical reasoning and integrating evidence into daily clinical practice.