Winston-Salem State University Physical Therapy

Winston-Salem State University
Department of Physical Therapy


F.L. Atkins Bldg., Rm 331
601 Martin L. King Jr., Dr.
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
telephone:(336) 750-2190
fax:(336) 750-2192…/physical-therapy/default.aspx

Administrative Assistant: Lakisha Patterson

Chair & Professor: Teresa Conner-Kerr, PT, Ph.D., CWS, CLT
Phone: (336) 750 2193
Fax: (336) 750 2192

The Winston-Salem State University Department of Physical Therapy offer a CAPTE accredited Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program. The full time DPT program runs for 3 years, or 9 consecutive semesters, made up of 122 credit hours. The program combines unique learning techniques such as human patient simulation in a virtual hospital and i-pad based learning, with state of the art human movement and biomechanic labs to produce technical clinicians skilled in problem solving, critical thinking, treatment, education and research. During your three years you will be exposed to 36 weeks of clinical placement staggered throughout the last two years of the program.

Tuition Fees for the Winston-Salem State University Physical Therapy Program will depend on if you are an in-state of out of state resident. For instate students it will be approx $3,468.08 per semester. For out of state students the fees are $8,116.08. This amount is inclusive of any university fees however the cost of any textbooks is additional. So in total you will be looking at $31212 for in state and $73044 for out of state There are, of course, financial aid options available.

In 2012, US News was unable to rate Winston-Salem State University in the Best Physical Therapy School Rankings List.

Winston-Salem State University Physical Therapy Facts:

  • 26-30 students enter each January
  • 94%of students pass the NPTE
  • 91% graduation rate
  • Student to faculty ratio 1:9
  • 100% employment rate

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