PTA 208 Seminar II: Strategies for Success (2 credits)
This course synthesizes knowledge gained from each course taken within the PTA curriculum to better prepare the graduate for entry-level career positions. The student will learn how to organize and review the vast amounts of material that have been presented to them in the PTA curriculum. The student will undergo a collegial-level review process, and log formative feedback to identify learning needs and individual weaknesses. This course is also geared towards preparing the student to successfully complete the National Physical Therapist Assistant Exam (NPTE). Prerequisites: PTA 201 and 207, or Permission of Instructor; co-requisites: PTA 203 and 204. Spring semesters only.