The Bachelor of Physical Therapy program is a program that provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become licensed physical therapists. The program consists of 132 hours of study, takes four years to complete and includes a combination of theoretical lectures, practical laboratories and clinical training.


Graduates can work in a variety of locations, including hospitals, clinics, and physical therapy and rehabilitation centers. The graduate may specialize in several fields, such as physical therapy for the musculoskeletal system, physical therapy for the nervous system, and physical therapy for children. The demand for physical therapists is expected to increase in the coming years, making a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy a popular and rewarding career choice.

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Leadership and excellence in physical therapy, scientific research and community service at the local, regional and international levels


– Graduating highly qualified specialists to contribute to enhancing physical therapy to serve society through education and practice based on evidence and scientific research. .

  • Establishing an effective partnership with the community, health sector, and local and national industry.

Objectives At the end of the program the student will be able to:

  1. ¬ Acquiring the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the physical therapy profession.
  2. ¬ Establishing evaluation and therapeutic intervention in physical therapy based on evidence and evidence.
  3. ¬ Apply critical thinking and problem solving in clinical situations.
  4. ¬ Conducting scientific research and adopting a continuing education approach in physical therapy.
  5. ¬ Communicate skillfully in professional and clinical physical therapy situations.