Military-Baylor Graduate Programs
The Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences at Baylor University houses Army-Baylor programs in Nutrition (MS), Occupational Therapy (OTD and DScOT), Physical Therapy (DPT and DScPT), and Physician Assistant Studies (DScPAS).
The U.S. Army-Baylor University Master's Program in Nutrition seeks to develop future Army Registered Dietitian Nutritionists to execute the nutrition mission, enable readiness, and strengthen America's Army.
The Entry-Level Army-Baylor Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) program seeks to produce active duty, commissioned occupational therapists who are clinician scientists and leaders prepared for worldwide military health system practice.
The U.S. Army Doctor of Science in Occupational Therapy Program seeks to train and educate advanced practicing occupational therapists who maximize military readiness, healthy living, and performance optimization through evidenced-based client-centered patient care, teaching and research.
The Army-Baylor University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy seeks to produce active duty, commissioned physical therapists who are clinician scientists and leaders prepared for worldwide military health system practice.
Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy program seeks to train and educate specialized, advanced-practicing physical therapists who maximize military readiness and health outcomes through patient care, research, and teaching.
The mission of the Sports Medicine-Physical Therapy Doctoral Program is to produce clinical scientists to better serve Military Health System beneficiaries and the physical therapy profession. Our vision is to set the standard for post-professional sports medicine-physical therapy doctoral education through the scholarly pursuit of academic, research and clinical excellence.
The U.S. Army/Baylor University Orthopedic Physician Assistant Residency and doctoral program is an 18-month program of subspecialty rotations, formal didactic instruction, and clinical research that prepares Physician Assistants with the knowledge and expertise to provide evidence-based medicine to a full spectrum of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.
The U.S. Army – Baylor University Doctor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies Residency Program, specializing in Emergency Medicine, provides the unique opportunity to develop advanced didactic and applied research knowledge plus procedural and clinical competencies via a standardized curriculum in emergency medicine.
The U.S. Army/Baylor University General Surgery/ Physician Assistant Residency and Doctoral Program combines subspecialty rotations, didactic instruction, and clinical research to produce a Physician Assistant that is capable of providing an advanced level of care at all levels of Surgical/Trauma/Trauma Critical care and covering multiple subspecialities within General Surgery.