Our Program

  • A contemporary, evidence-based curriculum
  • Low student-to-faculty ratio with tailored mentoring throughout the program
  • 100% graduation rate and 100% NBCOT exam pass rate
  • Faculty engaged in active, weekly clinical practice across variety of settings
  • Innovative teaching methods in our state-of-the-art classrooms, clinics, and community
  • Student engagement in ongoing faculty research and publication or state/national presentation opportunities
  • NBCOT exam preparation embedded in Year 3 curriculum
  • Active student organizations for leadership, advocacy, and social opportunities
  • Curriculum rooted in nine semesters of full-time, hands-on and face to face learning for the ultimate immersive educational experience.
  • Admissions process offers three pathways, in-person and virtual interview options, no GRE required, Observation Hours can be completed in-person and through virtual and remote professional exploration activities.

Campus & Community

  • 617-acre park-like campus with an array of services, facilities, intermural sports, and student involvement events
  • Offers a large network of clinical and community-based sites that offer expansive clinical fieldwork and service-learning opportunities.
  • Methodist University has a proven track record offering health science programming that highlight inter-professional experience (IPE) collaboration, including the Doctor of Physical Therapy, the Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies program, Nursing, Kinesiology and Social Work programs.
  • Innovative and collaborative learning supported by a 38,800 sq. ft. Health Sciences Building equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms, labs, equipment, and instructional technology.
  • Fayetteville is North Carolina‚Äôs sixth largest metropolitan area located in the Sandhills region and has over 350,000 people in the larger metro area. Fayetteville is home to Ft. Liberty Army military base and the VA Health Care Center. The city is centrally located one hour from the state capital of Raleigh, two hours to coastal beaches and four hours to the mountains of western North Carolina. The city hosts arena league football, minor league hockey and baseball teams, numerous cultural events and entertainment facilities.