The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) is a joint Oregon Tech and Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) program that provides a comprehensive entry-level and post-baccalaureate DPT education, with the unique focus of preparing high-quality graduates with the skills to become practitioners of choice and leaders in rural physical therapy practice.
Missy McKenna chose to attend Oregon Tech to study in the dual computer hardware and software program. Devin McKenna began his journey as an Owl with a passion for computers and a knack for problem-solving.
Oregon Tech offers innovative, professionally-focused undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the areas of engineering, health, business, technology, and applied arts and sciences. To foster student and graduate success, the university provides a hands-on, project-based learning environment and emphasizes innovation, scholarship, and applied research.
“A number of factors went into the decision to go to Oregon Tech. One was geography as I live in Klamath Falls. Though I take many online classes, there are times when meeting in person is very advantageous. Another key factor was the Badger-to-Owl program that is offered to KCC students. That program will stretch my financial aid, and that is very important to me.”
“My academic experience over the past two years combined with my traditional Lakota science training has shown me that I have a passion for designing, constructing and deploying sustainable alternative energy solutions.”