Physical Therapist Assistant Guide Texas

If you are interested in becoming a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) then there could be no better time to get started in your new career. The demand for PTA’s has been steadily on the increase over the last decade. If you wish to work as a PTA in Texas the news is even better given that Physical Therapy Assistants in Texas earn the highest average salary of all States at $70,450 per annum – over 22% above the national average.

How to become a Physical Therapist Assistant in Texas

  1. Obtain your Physical Therapy Assistant Degree
  2. Pass all required Certification Exams
  3. Apply for your Physical Therapy Assistant License

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Listed below are some of the top PTA Schools and related programs near you in Texas.

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Accredited Physical Therapy Assistant Schools Texas

CollegeMetro AreaAccreditationDegree
Amarillo CollegeAmarilloSpring 2026Associate of Applied Science
Austin Community CollegeAustinSpring 2018Associate of Applied Science
Blinn CollegeBryanSpring 2024Associate Degree of Applied Science
Brightwood CollegeDallasSpring 2018Associate in Applied Science
Community College of the Air ForceHoustonProbationaryAssociate of Applied Sciences
Concorde Career CollegeDallasSpring 2019Associate of Applied Science
Concorde Career CollegeSan AntonioFall 2019Associate of Applied Science
Del Mar CollegeCorpus ChristiFall 2025Associate of Applied Science
El Paso Community CollegeEl PasoFall 2026Associate of Applied Science
Houston Community College SystemHoustonFall 2018Associate in Applied Science
Kilgore CollegeKilgoreFall 2020Associate of Applied Sciences
Laredo Community CollegeLaredoFall 2020Associate of Applied Science
Lone Star College - MontgomeryConroeFall 2023Associate of Applied Science
McLennan Community CollegeWacoFall 2019Associate of Applied Science
Navarro CollegeMidlothianFall 2021Associate of Applied Science
Northeast Texas Community CollegeMount PleasantSpring 2022Associate of Applied Science
Odessa CollegeOdessaFall 2025Associate in Applied Science
Pima Medical InstituteHoustonFall 2018Associate of Applied Sciences
San Jacinto College SouthHoustonFall 2022Associate of Applied Science
South Plains CollegeLevellandFall 2025Associate of Applied Science
South Texas CollegeMcAllenSpring 2025Associate Degree of Applied Science
South University - AustinRound RockFall 2019Associate of Applied Science
St Philip's CollegeSan AntonioFall 2018Associate in Applied Science
Tarrant County CollegeFort WorthSpring 2026Associate of Applied Sciences
The Victoria CollegeVictoriaFall 2026Associate of Applied Science
Tyler Junior CollegeTylerFall 2021Associate in Applied Science
Weatherford CollegeWeatherfordFall 2019Associate of Applied Science
Western Technical CollegeEl PasoFall 2023Associate of Applied Science
Wharton County Junior CollegeWhartonSpring 2026Associate of Applied Science

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National and State Certification Exams

Once you have graduated from an approved accredited PTA program you will then need to sit both State level and national certification exams before you can apply for your PTA license.

The State exam focuses on your understanding on local laws and regulations as they will apply to and govern your work practices, ethics and environment.

The National Physical Therapy Exams (NPTE) are developed and administered by the US Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) to ensure a minimum standard or knowledge and competence after graduation and before entering into the workplace.

Texas PTA License Requirements

Once you have graduated from an accredited program it is required by Texas law that you obtain a license to work as a Physical Therapist Assistant in the State.See more information on becoming a PTA.The Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners regulates the licensing of Physical Therapist Assistants in Texas. You can contact the Board directly using the contact details below:

Address: 333 Guadalupe, Suite 2-510, Austin, TX 78701-3942
Email: info@ptot.texas.gov
Phone: (512) 305-6900
Website:http://www.ptot.texas.gov

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Texas is the second largest state in the United States by both area and population.
Area: 268,581 sq mi
Population: 28,304,596

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