B.S. Physical Therapy is a 5-year baccalaureate degree course. Applicants for the first year level must comply with the requirements set by the FEU-NRMF Admission Committee for General Education.
- English 1 & 3
- Literature 1 & 2
- Filipino 1 and 2
- Philosophy and Logic
- Sciences (Biology, Zoology 1, Chemistry 1 & 3, Physics 1 & 2, Anatomy, Physiology)
- Mathematics (Mathematics 1, 2, 3)
- Philippine History, Governance and Constitution
- Health Economics with TAR, Ethics, Health Care 2
- Science, Technology and Society
- Introduction to Physical Therapy
1. Original Birth certificate, NSO issued
2. Original 4th year FORM 138 (High School Card)
3. Original two (2) Certification of Good Moral Character (from 2 different school officials/teachers)
4. Recent colored ID pictures: four (4) pcs. 2X2; four (4) pcs. 1x1
1. Original Birth Certificate/Resident Certificate
2. Original 4th Year Form 138 (High School Card)
3. Original, two (2) Certification of Good Moral Character (from 2 different school officials/teachers)
4. Recent colored ID pictures four (4) pcs. 2x2; four (4) pcs 1x1
5. Original copy of Alien Certificate of Registration or Certificate of Recognition as Filipino
6. Photocopy of Passport and Entry Stamp
1. Completion of the following subjects:
General Education Courses
B. Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Information Technology
C. Social Sciences
D. Health Sciences
E. Physical Education 1 – 4 /National Service Training Program 1 & 2
2. Duly accomplished application form and processing fee
3. Three (3) 2x2 recent ID photographs
4. Original Transcript of Record or scholastic records (1st and 2nd year)
5. Two (2) certificates of good moral character from two (2) previous professors
6. If a foreigner, Alien Certificate of Registration
7. Certified true copy of birth certificate (NSO)
8. If married, Marriage Certificate
9. One (1) long Manila envelope
A qualifying examination for the transferees is given to applicants coming from other universities provided they have fulfilled the necessary academic requirements of their entry level. The scope of which includes English proficiency, Mathematics and Sciences. All applicants will be screened and interviewed by the Admission Committee. Acceptance will be based on the following:
1. qualifying examination
2. scholastic standing
Accepted applicants must present their transfer credentials before they are allowed to enroll. They should also be certified medically fit to study by a duly authorized physician from the Institute of Medicine.
Students entering the first year course after fulfilling all admission requirements may proceed as follows:
1. Admitted applicants should submit to the Registrar the following documents for filing:
a. The Application for Admission form, duly approved by the Director, and its supporting documents, including the results of interview evaluation, physical examination, Letter of Acceptance, Marriage Certificate (if married), copies of plaques/certificates of merit, honor or commendations, community tax certificate and other pertinent documents
b. N.S.O. Birth Certificate, certified true copy
c. Authenticated certificate of graduation issued by the Registrar of the previously attended school
d. Two certificates of good moral character signed by both school/department head and by the professor at the institution where the applicant obtained his/her high school diploma
e. If applicant is an alien, copy of Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
f. Three (3) 2X2 and one (1) 1X1 recent pictures, signed by the applicant above printed name at the back
g. Legal size envelope to contain the above mentioned records
2. After compliance with the requirements, the student is required to submit his Diploma issued by the school he graduated from or last attended. The student will be given clearance to enroll in the form of a Registration Card or Certificate of Matriculation (COM). The Registrar’s Office inspects and confirms validity of documents received. The results of its findings shall be communicated to the student. (Deficiencies should be satisfied on a date scheduled by the Registrar’s Office or within two weeks of the opening of classes).
3. The previously attended school is expected to forward the Official Transcript of Record directly to FEU-NRMF within 30 days from the receipt of the request, preferably by registered mail. The transfer of transcripts is between the schools. The student is not allowed to hand-carry the transcript, unless there is written approval from this office. The Registrar acknowledges receipt of the transcript by letter or Post Office Return Card.
4. Tuition Fees and other charges shall be paid in full to a designated bank (RCBC, Marian Bldg.) on or before the scheduled date of registration on the COM. The Student Council Fee shall be collected by the representative of the student government.
5. After payment of all fees, present COM and the receipts of payment to the Medical Library, Guidance Office and the ID section for application, validation, and scheduling of photo session. (All IDs are expected to be finished and validated on or before the opening of classes).
6. On the scheduled date of registration, submit the duly filled up Certificate of Matriculation (COM) form, and the official receipts of payment to the Office of the Dean.
a. The clerk-in-charge checks completion of entries of the COM and assigns a student number and registration number
b. The student’s copy of the COM is released to the student after acknowledging receipt at the Registry Book. The student shall be provided with a Student Handbook, schedule of classes and other handouts.
c. After the opening of classes, late registration shall be charged with a corresponding fee. However, no student shall be accepted after the first week.
d. All deficient or incomplete requirements must be submitted at this point.
7. Before the opening of classes, a list of students (by section) shall be posted on the bulletin board, copy furnished the Director, the Business Office, Medical Library, the Registrar, and all academic departments. (Note: Transfer from one section to another is not allowed.)
8. Honor graduates should apply in writing with honor certificate at the Office of the Registrar for entrance scholarship.
9. The students are encouraged to check the bulletin board for further instructions and information.
CLINICAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The clinical internship program utilizes the facilities of the different rehabilitation centers designated as affiliation centers by the Office of the Director and which cater to different conditions such as those involving pediatrics, geriatrics, cardiopulmonary, neurological, orthopedic, rheumatic, but which are not limited only to the former.
The SPT Clinical Internship Coordinator/s will ascertain the monthly schedule of rotation and the corresponding number of weeks in the various affiliation centers designated by the Office of the Director.
The clinical internship program utilizes FEU-NRMF Community Based Rehab to expose interns on Rural Medicine.