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i hear its basically the same thing as a regular PT program, except: you only take 12 credit hours per trimester, but it is spread out to 3 and a half years instead of the usual 3 years.

good for people with jobs, familes, or students who needs EXTRA time studying because taking 18 hours a semester is too much. However, if you're smart enough to get into a PT program, 18 hours a semester shouldn't be a problem.

LIU brooklyn i think has a 5 year program that only requires 9 credits per semester. That way you can relax during your school years, and enjoy new york city while you're at it, lol.
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