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The Door Way to Your Future

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The Door Way to Your Future
Factors To Consider
• The location of the school (What city, and how far is it from home?)
• Is it a 2 year or 4 year school?
• How big is the student body?
• How big is the campus?
• What is the student to teacher ratio?
• When is the deadline for applications?
• What is the GPA needed for admission?
• How much is tuition?
• How much would the total budget be?
• What clubs or other activities are available?
• When can we have visitors?

Comparing Colleges
University of North Florida:
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Tuition: $492.30 per credit hour

University of South California:
Location: Los Angeles, California
Tuition: $1,536 per unit basis

Duke University:
Location: Durham, North Carolina
Tuition: $45,620 for tuition and fees

University of Florida:
Location: Gainesville, Florida
Tuition: $6,630 for the year
Down To The Two
UNF and USC are the final two choices. UNF is the closest to home, which has the advantage of keeping up with friends and family. It is also one of the most inexpensive because the student is a resident of Florida. USC is one of the top schools for future PTs. It is also located in one of the most popular cities in the nation. This allows the student to experience a more high-end lifestyle.
Scholarships for UNF
Scholarships that are accepted:
Budget for UNF
Fee for Fall 2014 - Spring 2015:

Florida Resident:

In-State Tuition: $17,397.00

Per Credit Hours: $174.12

Credit Hours: 29

Semesters taking: 2

Fee: $22,446.48
Dual Enrollment Credits for UNF
Subjects: Semester Hours:

Scholarship for University of South
Mork Family Scholarship
Stamps Leadership Scholarship
International Freshmen Academies
USC Associates
Presidential Endowed Scholarship
DuBow Scholarship
Coggin Merit Scholarship
Gray Scholarship
Terry University Scholarship
Ann C. Hicks Scholarship
Katharine Lovett Scholarship
Anne H. Hopkins University Scholarship
Chartwells Scholarship
Out-of-State Fee Waivers
Presidential Plus Scholarship
1st Semester:
Gross Anatomy for PT
Professional Practice Issues
Clinical Skills

2nd Semester:
Human Physiology
Examination and Intervention
Neurosi I: Clin Neuroanat/Phy
Clinical Practicum
Clinical Inquiry I

Total Credits :
Dual Enrollment Credit for USC
Evidence for Physical Therapist Practice:
Cellular & Systems Physiology:
Musculo-skeletal Anatomy:
Basics of Patient Management:
Mechanics of Human Gait:
Clinical Imaging:
Therapeutic Exercise:
Analytical Anatomy:
Clinical Biomechanics:
Evidence for Phsical Therapist Practice:
Disorders of the Musculoskeletal System:
Midterm Clinical Practicum:
Clinical Management of Musculoskeletal Dysfunction:
Subjects: Semester Hours:


Budget for USC
Scholarships that are accepted :
Amount Varies
Amount Varies
Amount Varies
Full Tuition $46,000+$5,000 stipend
Full Tuition $46,000+$5,000 stipend
Full Tuition $46,000
Half Tuition $23,000
Half Tuition $23,000
One-Quarter Tuition $11,500
Fee for Fall 2014 - Spring 2015:

Out of State Resident:

Out of State Tuition: $43,722.00

Room & Books: $12,440.00

Per Credit Hours: $1,473.00

Books: $1,500

Credit Hours: 29

Semesters Taking: 1

Fee: $100,379.00
Twenty two thousand four hundred fouty six dollars and fourty eight cents
By: Josh Remos
Reina Ignacio
Daniel Knap
Mikee Rosas
Why UNF?
Gives students the opportunity to experience real-world situations that will help build resumes and character.
Small class sizes
"One-on-one" attentions frome the teachers.
Campus life and atmosphere is great.
Inexpensive to Florida residents.
Work is slightly challenging but beneficial.
Why USC?
Distiguished faculty
More than 400 highly regarded graduate and professional programs
Strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research
Strong commitment to our core values.
Intellectual partnership between faculty and students.
Pioneering implementation of technology- assisted learning.
Provides opportunites to gain real-world experiences.
The college that the student chose as the result of all the research he has done, is UNF. Many factors contributed as to why he chose it. These factors include the convenience in the physical location of the college, the small sizes of the class, and the nice atmosphere in the campus. The location is convenient for the student because he is a resident of Florida. Between the two colleges, UNF is cheaper, which further benifits students deciding to go there. The classes are smaller than the typical college, which stimulates productivity within its students. This allows for a closer bond between the students and the teachers. It also allows for a more hands on experience within its classes. Lastly, there is a positive atmosphere on the campus. Teachers are nice, enthusiastic, and are great with students. Many students have described their experience as enjoyable. Overall, these aspects contibute to why he chose UNF over USC.
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