Bsn To Pt
Can I get my BSN and go to graduate school immediately to get my DPT? ۔
I didn't know if I wanted to be a nurse or a physicist. I plan to go to Arkansas State University in Johannesburg, Arkansas because they have a nursing and physical therapy program. But my question is can I get a bachelor's degree in nursing and then immediately go to graduate school to get a doctorate in physical therapy? I want to do this so that if I change my mind I can go to one area. Can you also tell me which job is more profitable?
Yes you can The problem is that DPT requirements are not included in the BSN program. A and P, shrink is the same. The difference is that PT requires 1 year of genetic chemistry, genetic physiology, and genes. Micro is required for treatment. PT Calc requires math. Statistics are usually suggested.
The prize is in the eyes of the hero. I like to be a PT and I have learned to be an NP many times.