• University of Kansas Medical Center

    Program Information

    Contact Information
    Robert Bagley
    Senior Coordinator
    Physical Therapy and Rehabiltation Science
    University of Kansas Medical Center
    3901 Rainbow Blvd
    Mail Stop 2002
    Kansas City, KS 66160
    (913) 588-6799
    Deposit Required Yes
    Deposit Amount Required for Accepted Applicants $400.00
    Additional Information about Deposit The deposit is nonrefundable but is applied to the first fall semester tuition and fees for students who matriculate in the program.
    PT program start date for entering class 05/29/2018
    Dual-degree programs offered in conjunction with PT degree Qualified students should declare their desire to be considered for the combined degree during the admissions process. Students must meet the admission requirements to be accepted in the both the D.P.T. and Ph.D. programs. To receive both degrees, students must meet the requirements for the D.P.T. degree and the Ph.D. degree. Information is available at the program page: http://www.pt.kumc.edu/index.html.
    Size of most recent entering class 58
    Anticipated size of next entering class 60
    % of IN-STATE applicants accepted 70%
    % of OUT-OF-STATE (non-resident) applicants accepted 30%
    Social networking
    Facebook Page for PT Program https://www.facebook.com/KUMCPT
    Facebook Page for Parent University/College/School https://www.facebook.com/KU
    Program Description
    KU's DPT program is nationally recognized for excellence in education and research in the field. A unit of the School of Health Professions, the KU Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science is located on the University of Kansas Medical Center campus in Kansas City, Kansas. In collaboration with The University of Kansas Hospital adjacent to KUMC, students benefit from the opportunity to interact with a large number of health care professionals and leading researchers in real-world environments. Our DPT program is an accredited 3 year full-time graduate program designed to prepare a generalist physical therapy practitioner and to foster lifelong professional development. The program begins in early June and includes classroom, laboratory, research and clinical learning experiences. Students must complete 36 weeks of full time clinical internships As an academic Health Science Center, KUMC provides ample opportunity for physical therapist students to interact with a large number of health care professionals, as well as students from other disciplines. Admission to the DPT program at KUMC is a competitive process. The faculty values a well-rounded applicant; one who has demonstrated his/her academic and cognitive abilities as well as his/her personal and professional potential. Class size is restricted; we generally admit no more than 60 students in any single year.