College of Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy graduates will have the appropriate knowledge, skills and attitude in planning, organizing and directing Physical Therapy programs for the care of individuals whose ability to function is impaired or threatened by disease or injury. Our program aims to develop well-rounded physical therapists that can practice as part of large and varied team personnel that include the physician and other professionals and assist health specialists as well as members of the community.
The college provides theoretical courses that will adequately prepare the students for clinical practice as physical therapists, researchers and academicians and encourage research and community involvement that will contribute to the health needs of the various sectors of the society. Graduates shall develop efficient clinical assessment skills through comprehensive instruction and hands-on training and will be motivated for higher learning experiences and for continuous professional growth and instill among them keen sense of responsibility, compassion and empathy for patients.
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy
A five-year course with the first two years dealing with General Education subjects, third and fourth year are professional years on the core subjects of Physical Therapy while the fifth year is devoted to 10 months of clinical internship.
College of Physical Therapy Student Council
The organization that spearheads support towards the achievement of the students’ goals. It represents the values of purpose-driven leadership, academic excellence, respect for self, others and country, maintenance of value diversity, and accountability and community service.