New Hampshire has a very limited number of CAPTE accredited PTA schools. Before you can take the National Physical Therapist Assistant Exam (NPTAE) you must complete an accredited PTA program. Then, once you take and pass the NPTAE you can apply for a PTA license in your state. In the chart below are the PTA Schools in New Hampshire, click one to learn more about the PTA program.
More PTA Info for New Hampshire:
Accredited PTA Schools in New Hampshire
|Accredited PTA Programs in New Hampshire||Next Visitation Date|
|River Valley Community College|
|Next Visit: Fall 2025|
Selecting a PTA School in New Hampshire
There are a couple of of things to consider when selecting physical therapist assistant programs. Here’s a list of a couple of the most significant considerations to bear in mind as you research for your physical therapy assistant program:
- College size
- Passing-rates of the licensure exam
- Classroom and lab-room resources
- School expenses and potential opportunities for financial aid
- Program admission requirements
While you bring all these physical therapist assistant program factors into thought, it may be beneficial to talk with current students as well as former students of the physical therapist assistant programs of interest. Also, interviewing businesses whom have actually hired these students can give you more insight to each programs strengths & weaknesses.