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Michigan PT Limited Permits
Upon graduation from a physical therapy program, the individual ceases being recognized as a student. The individual must now become licensed to practice. Michigan does not offer a temporary license or an intern license during this time period. Since the examinations are now computer administered, the licensing process can be completed quickly. Applications for licensure can be downloaded from this website.