- Graduates take the National Physical Therapist Examination. Our two-year pass rates for 2013-2014 as well as 2014-2015 are 100%.
- 100% of our graduates from classes 2013, 2014 and 2015 who passed the NPTE reported employment within one year after licensure.
- Our two-year graduation rate of our graduates from 2013-2014 is 95.1% and from 2014-2015 is 93.4%.
"The mission of PT professional education is to graduate knowledgeable, service-oriented, self-assured, adaptable, reflective practitioners who, by virtue of critical and integrative thinking, lifelong learning, and ethical values, render independent judgments concerning *patient/client needs that are supported by evidence; promote the health of the patient/client; and enhance the professional, contextual, and collaborative foundations of physical therapist practice. These practitioners contribute to society and the profession through practice, teaching, administration, and the discovery and application of new knowledge obtained from physical therapy experiences of sufficient breadth and depth to allow for the acquisition and application of essential knowledge, skills, and behaviors consistent with the practice of contemporary physical therapy. Learning experiences are provided under the guidance and supervision of competent faculty, in both the classroom and the clinic."
The curriculum prepares the graduate to:
1. be an autonomous Doctor of Physical Therapy who use best practices in a safe, ethical and legal manner.
2. be a critical consumer of the literature and producer of new information.
3. serve all patients/clients with care, sensitivity and respect.
4. become an active contributor and leader in the healthcare system and community.
5. be an educator, consultant and collaborator.
6. accept the responsibility for continuous professional development.
Seton Hall University embraces the principle that effective and meaningful assessment is an integral part of the educational process. This principle is at the heart of our commitment to meet our responsibilities to our students, professions, and the communities that we serve. University Assessment Site »