Want to learn more about our DPT Program?
To see the full curriculum and plan, please consult the DPT Curriculum Guide.
For students enrolled in the program, please refer to the Student Handbook information on the Carmen Foundations course, and emails from Dr. Deb Kegelmeyer to ensure that you have registered for the appropriate courses. You will also need to ensure that you have the correct numbers for your faculty advisor in experiences such as the research practicum, research credits for your case study, as well as other independent study experiences.
Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization
Specialization is available to DPT students in three areas: Pediatrics, Global Health, and Research. DPT students pursuing a specialization receive recognition on their transcripts and gain valuable experience in an area of interest to them. A graduate specialization is similar to a minor for an undergraduate degree. Each specialization requires specific required and elective coursework and experiences, and requires both didactic and practicum courses. Any DPT student in good standing can apply for entry to a specialization.