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University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Graduate Reviews

8 reviews
I love that they offer both a full time and flex Physical Therapy program. In addition, the university is up-to-date on their equipment as they just remodeled. They have great professors and provide a good atmosphere for learning.
I love all of the professors I have had thus far in the MOT program. They expect professionalism and put a huge emphasis on it. Classes are a lot of fun, but I am learning so much at the same time.
Ive had the best professors and have learned extensive knowledge of the entire body. Im learning not only all the technical aspects necessary but also how important it is to listen the to patient needs. Then to go on to make a treatment plan that works for each individual to get them back to a healthy life style as soon as possible. St. Augustines as been a great partner in helping reach my best potential.
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THE SCHOOL IS AVERAGE BUT THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN VERY UNORGANIZED. WE DONT GET ALOT OF COMMUNICATION FROM THE TEACHERS AND TIME IN CLASS IS WASTED AND NOT WELL PLANNED A LOT OF THE TIMES. THERE ARE A FEW EXCEPTIONS TO THIS AND THOSE TEACHERS HAVE BEEN INCREDIBLE. BUT A LOT OF ISSUES ARE OUT OF THEIR CONTROL AS WELL.
My professors have taught us how to become informed and educated practitioners who focus on client-centered care. I look forward to being colleagues with them in the near future.
Knowledgable and inviting staff. Student body is dedicated to their studies and show it well. Excellent campus!
University of St. Augustine has flexible programs to earn a graduate level degree. These programs are designed to fit the needs of a busy lifestyle.
University of St Augustine provides an awesome environment for becoming a Physical therapist or Occupational therapist. The professors are active within the community as they practice at least once a week, while continuing to educate you in the classroom. They are able to provide real life scenarios and make the "textbook" information relevant.
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