Hawaii has 1 CAPTE accredited PTA schools. Completing an accredited PTA program is necessary in order to take your National Physical Therapist Assistant Exam (NPTAE) which is required to apply for a state PTA license. You can see the 1 accredited PTA Schools in Hawaii in our table below, click a school to learn more about its PTA program.
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Accredited PTA Schools in Hawaii
|Accredited PTA Programs in Hawaii||Next Visitation Date|
|Kapi’olani Community College – University of Hawaii|
|Next Visit: Spring 2019|
Selecting a PTA School in Hawaii
There are a few of considerations when selecting physical therapist assistant schools. Here is a list of a few of the most significant considerations to bear in mind as you research for your physical therapist assistant school:
- School size
- Pass rate of the licensure exam
- Class and lab buildings
- University costs and potential opportunities for financial aid
- University admittance criteria
While you take all these physical therapist assistant program factors into consideration, it can be helpful to talk with present-day college students as well as former students of the physical therapist assistant programs of interest. Also, interviewing firms whom have employed these students may give you more insight to each programs strengths & weaknesses.