Physical Therapist Assistant - CTE Program
Turning in your application in before the deadline does not account for extra points.
Students have found it difficult to hold a full-time (32-40 hour/wk) position and attend the program. For maximum performance in the program, we suggest no more than 15-20 hours per week....
Students will be granted a degree from the institution to which they have applied and received admission. For example, students applying to CSI will receive an AAS degree from CSI. This allows each student to pay local tuition and fees....
Note: The following courses may be taken prior to acceptance into the program or may be integrated while taking the PTA courses. Please see your advisor for help in planning your educational path:
- Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab) ...
If you transfer credit from an institution that operates on a quarter credit system, your credit hours will be converted to semester credits. For example, a three-credit course on the quarter system will transfer as two credits to a semester system. If a course has been evaluated as...
It is important to understand that achieving a physical therapist assistant A.A.S. degree does not prepare students to become physical therapists. These are two separate careers and the degree requirements are not the same.
The physical therapist degree is now rapidly becoming a...
The program is a two-year program. There will be four semesters of coursework and two summer semesters of clinical affiliation. Each summer will have approximately one month of time where there isn’t any school or clinical commitments....
The Physical Therapist Assistance Program accepts 14 students per year.
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