Many of the following questions are primarily related to our non-traditional, post-professional programs; however, each question and response indicates to which program(s) it is relevant. For students in the entry-level DPT program, questions may be posted directly to the department at [email protected]. For students in the Physician Assistant program, please see the program’s FAQ.
We require laptop computers for all programs. Educational discounts through Dell and Apple are available for your convenience. Please click either of these links to take advantage of these discounts: Dell | Apple. Technical support for student laptops is not provided; you should obtain any technical support from the laptop manufacturer. All students should have mobile technology (internal wireless or a wireless adapter) and the Microsoft Office Suite (2010, or compatible). Students must have a minimum level of technology literacy. To evaluate technical literacy so students may increase competence prior to program start, download and complete the Applicant Technology Literacy Self-Evaluation.
Some exams are taken with a proctor’s supervision. Proctors are responsible to receive, supervise, and return exams to the University upon completion. Students select their proctor from criteria provided by the University. The Proctor process helps ensure the integrity of the off-site exam process.
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