Yes, this is a post professional program for licensed and regulated health care professionals—so a bachelor entry level degree or a master entry level degree is required.
The out-of-state tuition cost for the DRT program is the same as for in-state students, i.e. $500.00 per credit hour.
The students register through the Registrar’s Office at the University of Florida. Apply Now Follow these instructions for the certificate programs application. Applicants create accounts through ApplyWeb and will not create a GatorLink account until admitted. We also have a…
Yes, pending the decision of the DRT admissions committee.
Follow these instructions for the Nondegree Registration Application. This application is separate from the application for campus courses and is only used for off-book enrollment –as is the case for this certificate program.
The final certificate is issued by the University of Florida.
Students are not attending graduation ceremonies to receive their certificates. Instead, certificates will be mailed to the students via the University of Florida’s Admission Office.
The DRT admission committee will review each student’s application and inform them of their enrollment status.
Master level students can take up to 9 credits that can transfer to their degree programs. PhD level students can take up to 30 credits that can contribute to their doctoral studies. In each of these cases, we recommend that students discuss their intention to take these courses with their…
The tuition cost (in-state and out of state students) for the program is $10,500, which is $500 per credit hour. There are 21 total credit hours in the program. Additional fees may be required.