Applicants must meet all University, College and Program requirements (described below) to become part of the applicant pool. Applications are accepted through the November 1st of the year prior to your entry term. Applications are accepted once a year and admitted students begin the program the following fall semester. Since the program is an entry- level clinical program, it is only open to those who have not yet completed clinical training in the field.
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Minimum scores of 1. GRE are required.
If the exam is taken more than once, the highest overall test performance from the best single test date is used in making admissions decisions. Scores from different test administrations are not combined. Tuition and fees are subject to change. Additional information regarding payment dates and methods is available at
*Please note that both a letter and the form are required and can be submitted to PTCAS. If the PTCAS electronic letter of recommendation is completed the required letter can be entered into the “comments” section. If the hard copy recommendation is completed the required letter can be attached to the PTCAS form and mailed back to PTCAS.*
Applicants may fulfill a maximum of two required observation settings at one facility. The specific number of hours completed in each setting must be distinctly documented in PTCAS so the number of hours observed in each setting type is evident.
– General College Chemistry I and II with labs (Introductory Chemistry or Chemistry Calculation courses DO NOT fulfill this requirement)
Physics – General College Physics I and II with labs
Psychology – Two semesters of psychology including General Psychology and one additional psychology course. Suggested courses include Developmental Psychology, Child Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, or Psychology of Disability
Statistics – One semester of Introductory Statistics
Biology (One of the following three sequences should be met)
Two semesters of General Biology with labs (Botany courses are not acceptable) AND one semester of Human Physiology with lab (Human Physiology lab is preferred, but not required; Exercise Physiology is not acceptable)
B. One semester of General Biology with lab (Botany courses are not acceptable) AND two semesters of Human Anatomy and Physiology with labs
C. One semester of General Biology with lab (Botany courses are not acceptable), AND one semester of Anatomy with lab AND one semester of Human Physiology with lab (Human Physiology lab is preferred, but not required; Exercise Physiology is not acceptable)
Examples of course numbers meeting prerequisites under the Florida common course numbering system are listed below. If you have questions about completion of your undergraduate degree, call the College of Public Health & Health Professions academic advisors at 3. BSC 2. 01. 0 and 2.
2. PET 2. APK2. 10. 5c for Human Physiology with lab
3. PET 2. 32. 0C or APK 2. Human Anatomy with lab
4. BSC 2. 08. 5, 2. 08. Human Anatomy/Physiology 1 & 2
5. CHM 2. 04. 5 and 2.
6. PHY 2. 05. 3 and 2. PHY 2. 04. 8 and 2. PSY 2. 01. 2 and DEP 3.
8. STA 2. 02. 3 for Statistics
Applications submitted early in the fall semester are encouraged. Early application by highly qualified applicants may result in an early offer.
The following items MUST arrive to PTCAS by November 1st.
Decisions are emailed to applicants on a rolling basis. Offers of admission cannot be deferred for future years.