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Krannert School of Physical Therapy Accreditation

The Doctor of Physical Therapy and the Physical Therapist Assistant programs at the University of Indianapolis are accredited through 2021 by the

 

 

Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE)
1111 North Fairfax Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
703-706-3245
accreditation@apta.org
www.capteonline.org

Postprofessional programs are not required to be accredited.

Outcome data

The three-year (2013-2015) average for first time licensure exam pass rate for graduates of the UIndy program is 100%. The national average for all first-time takers in 2015 was 92.8%.

Class of 2015
Graduation Rate: 86.7%
Employment Rate: 100%
License Exam Pass Rate: 100% first time!

Class of 2014
Graduation Rate: 95.6%
Employment Rate: 100%
License Exam Pass Rate: 100% first time!

Class of 2013
Graduation Rate: 95.6%
Employment Rate: 100%
License Exam Pass Rate: 100% first time!

Three Year Data (2013-2015)
Ultimate Licensure Exam Pass Rate: 100%
First Time Licensure Exam Pass Rate: 100%
Graduation Rate: 94%
Employment Rate: 100%

2015 Acceptance and Matriculation Rates
Acceptance Rate: 17%
Matriculation Rate: 47%

Class of 2016:
Graduation Rate: 96.3%
Employment Rate: 100%
License Exam Pass Rate: 100% ultimate pass rate (91.7% first time)

Class of 2015:
Graduation Rate: 100%
Employment Rate: 100%
License Exam Pass Rate: 96.4% ultimate pass rate (75.0% first time)

Class of 2014:
Graduation Rate: 100%
Employment Rate: 100%
License Exam Pass Rate: 95% ultimate pass rate (80% first time) 

Three Year Data (2014-2016):

Graduation Rate: 98.7%
Employment Rate: 100%
Ultimate Licensure Exam Pass Rate: 97.2% (81.9% first time)

DPT & PTA complaint policy

The Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physical Therapist Assistant programs at the University of Indianapolis engage in continuous and systematic evaluation and improvement. We welcome your comments, suggestions, ideas and constructive criticism as part of that process. The Complaint policy of Krannert School of Physical Therapy provides a voice for current and prospective students, employees and other affiliated persons. Individuals in the community who do not have a formal affiliation with this institution or program are also welcome to provide comments according to the policy. This process is only related to areas not addressed in the University grievance, harassment, intimidations and student social or academic misconduct polices.

Upon receiving a written comment/complaint, signed by the individual who is making the comment/complaint, it will be dealt with at the level closest to the problem, unless that level has failed to produce a satisfactory response. The response will include the name and contact information for the next level in the hierarchy if the complainant wishes to continue to pursue the complaint. Issues related to the DPT or PTA programs should be directed the respective program's director:

DPT Program Director OR PTA Program Director
University of Indianapolis
1400 E. Hanna Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46227

The program director shall respond to all comments within 10 business days to further discuss and resolve the issue. Records of all correspondence will be confidentially maintained by the program director for 10 years. These records will not be made available to the public.