The Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy program is a four-year degree course that provides students with medical knowledge and rehabilitation training necessary for their future profession. We hone their skills through simulated clinical and active learning activities in a dynamic learning community, under an outcomes-based curriculum. Through the course’s internship program, we assign students to different CHED-accredited affiliated center where they will interact with patients that have neurological, muscoskeletal, cardiopulmonary conditions in need of rehabilitation. Graduates of the BS Physical Therapy program must take the board exams conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission to qualify as Registered Physical Therapists.
As registered physical therapists, our graduates may begin as entry-level general clinical practitioners. They may also pursue their career as a community-based therapist, or put up his or her own practice. Finally, they can also pursue a career in education as a researcher, college professor, or an advocate of the practice for health.