Physical Therapy Schools in North Dakota

PT specialists are highly skilled individuals and must received educational and practical experience before engaging in an actual work. In North Dakota it is necessary to pass first the licensure examination of the state and thereby the physical therapist must complete the two-year master’s degree before being licensed to practice. The degree must e obtained and approved and accredited by the American PTA Commission on Accreditation in PT education.

North Dakota has two(2) universities which is currently offers physical therapy education. These are University of Mary and University of North Dakota. These two university offers Doctorate (DPT) and one is public and the other is private type of university. State leaders frequently quote that North Dakota colleges are excellent, but because of limited economic options, many people with physical therapy degrees end up leaving the state.


 

University of Mary

Campus Location: Bismarck, ND
Type of Degree: Doctorate (DPT)
University Type: Private

Address: Department of Physical Therapy
University of Mary
7500 University Drive
Bismarck, ND 58504-9634
Phone: 701-355-8030
Email: marauder@umary.edu
Website: http://www.umary.edu/academics/degrees_template.php?degree=Doctor%20of%20Physical%20Therapy
Degree Offered: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)

 

University of North Dakota

Campus Location: Grand Forks, ND
Type of Degree: Doctorate (DPT)
University Type: Public

Address: DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Room 1510
501 N. Columbia Road, Stop 9037
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9037
Phone: 701-777-2831
Email: tommohr@medicine.nodak.edu
Website: http://www.med.und.edu/depts/pt/
Degree Offered: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)

 
 
Information about North Dakota:

North Dakota was explored in 1738–1740 by French Canadians led by Sieur de la Verendrye. North Dakota came from the Sioux tribe, meaning “allies” and it is also the most rural of all the states, with farms covering more than 90% of the land. Known for its waterfowl, grouse, pheasant, and deer hunting and bass, trout, and pike fishing, it has 20 state parks and recreation areas. North Dakota flag is dark blue field displays a bald eagle holding an olive branch and a bundle of arrows in its claws.