The Master of Health Science Program is an established program within the College of Health Care Sciences at NSU. Nova Southeastern University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, Telephone number: 404-679-4501) to award associate's, bachelor's, master's, educational specialist, and doctoral degrees. Nova Southeastern University was first accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) as Nova University in 1971. Please see the SACS Web site for more information.
The program is designed to be completed in an online format. There is no on campus residency for most students. The only residency requirement are 2 Institutes that Health Law Concentration students must attend.
Yes. You will need access to the Internet through one of several Internet service providers in order to access the course materials and online student center. We also recommend, though not required, cable or DSL access instead of dial-up.
No. The program is designed for bachelor's level health care professionals. We currently have several disciplines represented including, but not limited to, PA's, PT's, RT's, NP's, both private and military. We currently have 90+ students of diverse health care backgrounds.
Each professor has their own method of instruction. Typically, chat sessions are used less than discussion boards due to the geographical and time zone differences. But, one or the other may be required elements of each course.
How much time you spend will be based on several factors to include your study style, time management, the professors methods, and your study area. It is generally felt by polling current students that approximately 6 to 8 hours per week per class will be the average.
Courses are paid per semester hour. For the current cost, see the Tuition Page. All courses are paid for upon registration for any particular semester. If you take one course, you pay for 1 course and so on.
No. Most instructors have due dates for assignments not unlike an in-class program. The online courses work very much like a classroom and you will be required to interact with the professor and the other students in your virtual classroom.
Yes. We have developed an online student center for the program. In this virtual student lounge, you can post messages, questions, and have chats with classmates. You will also find the schedule, course plans, links, library resources and much more.