College of Physical Therapy


General Objectives

To develop the abilities and potentials of students in handling cases relative to the fast growing field of Physical Therapy.

Graduates of the program are qualified to take the government licensure examination.

Specific Objectives

1. To develop and utilize knowledge and skills in planning, organizing, directing and evaluating programs and services for the care of individuals whose ability to function is impaired or threatened by disease or injury after evaluation of a physiatrist;
2. To direct and administer patient care, consultation, supervision, teaching, administration, research and community service;
3. To inculcate attitudes and values necessary for the professional and ethical standards of the practice and for the welfare of patients;
4. To provide training in the evaluation and selection of appropriate therapeutic procedures and appraisal of treatment results;
5. To prepare students to be members of a medical team ready to face the complexities and challenges of the Physical Therapy Practice which includes not only the physical, but also the social, psychological and vocational functioning of the patient.

Course Offered:
5 year – Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy