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Graduate Outcomes & Current Class Profile

The Class of 2023 will enter the DPT program in September 2020. Selected from 448 applicants, the 96 members of the new class include 30 men and 66 women from 20 states and four countries. This accomplished group lists more than 24 undergraduate majors (including kinesiology, biology, gender studies and social work) and come from 66 undergraduate colleges and universities. 

Of this group, 17 students applied via theEarly Decisionprocess facilitated by the Physical Therapist Centralized Application Service. Five students are completing the DPT/MPH dual-degree program, on a track to earn a Master of Public Health as well as the Doctor of Physical Therapy. 

The Class of 2023 is a diverse group. There are a number of nontraditional students, including those who have taken time off between their undergraduate studies and graduate school. Some used the time to gain experience in PT settings, and some were working in other careers prior to pursing their DPT.  

Among the 96 enrollees, represented racial and ethnic groups include 24 percent Asian, 6 percent black or African-American, 8 percent Hispanic, 3 percent other and 57 percent white. 

Averages for Admitted Applicants in 2020

  • Average Total GPA: 3.7/4.0 
  • Average Science GPA: 3.6/4.0 
  • Average GRE Verbal: 61st percentile 
  • Average GRE Quantitative: 57th percentile 
  • Average GRE Writing: 61st percentile 

 Student Outcomes

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