CHCS Student Handbook 2018-2019

214 Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences—Department of Speech-Language Pathology 2018–2019 • grades below B- in any two academic courses • a grade below B- in a clinical course Dismissal Students will be referred to the Committee on Student Progress (CSP) for Dismissal for any one of the following occurrences: • a third grade below a B- in an academic course • a grade below B- in any course after a student has been placed on Academic Probation • a grade below B- in any repeated course • not passing SLP 6200 Capstone after three attempts Note: Notification of Academic Probation or Dismissal may occur during the succeeding term, whereby, students may be administratively withdrawn from courses in progress with a refund of all tuition paid. Students who are recommended for Dismissal have the option to appeal (see Student Appeal Process under the college section of this handbook). Student Conduct Students are expected to comply with the ethical, professional, and legal standards of Nova Southeastern University, the NSU Code of Student Conduct and Academic Responsibility, the Code of Ethics of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association ( ) , and/or the manual for externship and clinical policies and procedures. Any student suspected of violation of any of these standards and codes will be referred to the Committee on Student Progress (CSP). Any student found in violation of any of these standards or codes may forfeit all past and future academic honors. Note: Students who achieve a grade below 80 percent must follow the updated Plan of Study (POS) created for them. Failure to do so will result in a referral to the Committee on Student Progress (CSP) as a result of not following directives from program administration. International Students International students living in the United States must present verification of student visa or residency status. Due to the limited availability of ASHA-certified supervisors internationally, students who live outside of the United States will not be eligible for admission to M.S.-SLP. Furthermore, students accepted to M.S.-SLP may not relocate outside of the United States before the completion of the degree. Students are required to complete all clinical practicum experiences within the United States and/or Puerto Rico. Transfer of Credit In order for a student to receive transfer credit, courses taken previously must be equivalent to those described in the HPD Catalog , must have been completed within five years prior to admission, and cannot have been used toward a prior degree. Approval of transfer credit will be granted only after the student has submitted a written request for consideration with the program director or his or her designee. The student must provide a catalog course description and course syllabus for each course. Only courses completed at regionally accredited universities or colleges, or their foreign equivalents, will be considered for transfer credit into the