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The Physical Therapy concentration leading to a Master of Science degree in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is a one year graduate program housed within the Department of Physical Therapy.

Program Summary
33 credits
1 year (including 1 summer term)
Program starts fall term only*

*Due to COVID-19 the program has moved the start date this year from August 2020 to January 2021.

The MS offers concentrations in 1) musculoskeletal or 2) neuromuscular physical therapy. Each concentration's plan of study is designed to provide advanced clinical skills and knowledge to practicing physical therapists who want to update their clinical skills using evidence based principles in clinical decision making. In addition to coursework and laboratory sessions, students also participate in physical therapy clinical rounds which provide them with additional knowledge of advanced physical therapy practice.

This program is intended for both US citizens and international physical therapists seeking advanced clinical skills.