NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine College of Pharmacy College of Optometry Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences College of Dental Medicine Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine Health Professions Division 2021–2022 Catalog

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Notice Credits and degrees earned from colleges within the state of Florida that are licensed by the State Board of Independent Colleges and Universities do not automatically qualify the individual to participate in professional examinations in Florida. The established procedure requires the appropriate state professional board to review and recognize the colleges granting the degrees prior to scheduling examinations. Additional information regarding Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division and its colleges of osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, optometry, health care sciences, dental medicine, nursing, and allopathic medicine may be obtained by contacting the State Board of Independent Colleges and Universities, Department of Education, Tallahassee, Florida. Any student interested in practicing a regulated profession in Florida should contact the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, 2009 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, FL 32301. This catalog is for information purposes only and does not represent a contract. Information contained herein is subject to change at any time by administrative decision or the direction of the NSU Board of Trustees. Accreditation Nova Southeastern University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate’s, baccalaureate, master’s, educational specialist, doctorate, and professional degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Nova Southeastern University. Notice of Nondiscrimination Consistent with all federal and state laws, rules, regulations, and/or local ordinances (e.g., Title VII, Title VI, Title III, Title II, Rehab Act, ADA, Title IX, and the Florida Civil Rights Act), it is the policy of Nova Southeastern University not to engage in any discrimination or harassment against any individuals because of race, color, religion or creed, sex, pregnancy status, national or ethnic origin, nondisqualifying disability, age, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, military service, veteran status, or political beliefs or affiliations, and to comply with all federal and state nondiscrimination, equal opportunity, and affirmative action laws, orders, and regulations. Any such acts are unacceptable and strictly prohibited by the university. In addition, the law prohibits retaliation against an individual for opposing any practices forbidden under this policy, for bringing a complaint of discrimination or harassment, for assisting someone with such a complaint, for attempting to stop such discrimination or harassment, or for participating in any manner in any investigation or resolution of a complaint of discrimination or harassment. This nondiscrimination policy applies to admissions; enrollment; scholarships; loan programs; athletics; employment; and access to, participation in, and treatment in all university centers, programs, and activities. NSU admits students of any race, color, religion or creed, sex, pregnancy status, national or ethnic origin, nondisqualifying disability, age, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, military service, veteran status, or political beliefs or affiliations, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at NSU, and does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. 12-042-21-NOM

Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine College of Pharmacy College of Optometry Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences College of Dental Medicine Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine

NSU Health Professions Division III Table of Contents Letter from the NSU President/CEO....................................................1 Letter from the NSU Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs. ...............................2 Letter from the Health Professions Division Chancellor.................3 Health Professions Division Administration. ....................................4 Nova Southeastern University Board of Trustees............................4 Vision 2025 Statement..........................................................................5 Nova Southeastern University Mission Statement..........................5 Core Values..............................................................................................5 Health Professions Division Board of Governors. ............................6 Health Professions Division Mission Statement...............................6 History of the Health Professions Division........................................7 Campuses................................................................................................7 Image Use Statement............................................................................8 Indebtedness to the University. ..........................................................9 Force Majeure. ........................................................................................9 Admissions Policy..................................................................................9 Foreign Coursework. .............................................................................9 Background Checks............................................................................. 10 Urine Drug Screening.......................................................................... 10 Tuition Credit Policy—Voluntary Withdrawals............................... 10 Policy for Florida In-State Tuition....................................................... 11 Enrollment and Student Services....................................................... 11 The Office of Student Financial Assistance................................. 11 The Office of the University Bursar.............................................. 13 NSU Student Health Insurance..................................................... 14 The Office of the University Registrar......................................... 14 The One-Stop Shop......................................................................... 15 Veterans Resource Center.................................................................. 16 Certificate of Physical Examination.................................................. 16 Immunization Requirements............................................................. 16 Basic Immunizations. ..................................................................... 16 Arrangements. ................................................................................ 17 Failure to Comply............................................................................ 17 Dress Code............................................................................................. 17 Identification Requirements and Fieldwork Prerequisites........... 17 Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division (HPD) Library....17 Tampa Bay Regional Campus Library. ............................................. 18 NSU Health............................................................................................ 19 Center for Student Counseling and Well-Being............................. 19 Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine........21 Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Mission Statement...................................... 23 Administration..................................................................................... 23 Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Programs.... 24 Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress—Osteopathic Medicine Program............................ 24 Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress—Graduate Degree Programs. ................................. 26 Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Program. .......................... 28 Mission Statement. ............................................................................. 28 Accreditation........................................................................................ 28 An Osteopathic Physician.................................................................. 28 Admissions Requirements. ............................................................... 28 Application Procedures. .................................................................... 29 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................. 29 Fees and Deposits Prior to Matriculation................................... 29 Tuition. ............................................................................................. 30 Fees. ................................................................................................. 30 Schedule of Application for Admission Cycle. ............................... 30 Technology Requirements................................................................ 30 PC/Laptop........................................................................................ 31 MacBook/iMac................................................................................. 31 iPad.................................................................................................... 31 Academics............................................................................................. 31 Transfer of Credit. ........................................................................... 31 Course of Study...............................................................................32 Curriculum Outline...............................................................................33 Preclinical Required Courses—Class of 2025. ...........................33 M1. ......................................................................................................33 M2...................................................................................................... 34 Preclinical Electives........................................................................35 Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum...................................................35 Preclinical Required Courses—Class of 2024. ...........................35 M1. ......................................................................................................35 M2...................................................................................................... 36 Preclinical Electives....................................................................... 38 Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum.................................................. 38 Preclinical Required Courses—Class of 2023............................ 38 M1. ..................................................................................................... 38 M2...................................................................................................... 39 Preclinical Electives.......................................................................40 Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum..................................................40 Preclinical Required Courses—Class of 2022............................. 41 M1. ...................................................................................................... 41 M2...................................................................................................... 42 Preclinical Electives....................................................................... 43 Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum.................................................. 43 Clinical Education Required Courses—All Classes................... 43 M3...................................................................................................... 43 M4. ....................................................................................................44 Clinical Education Elective Courses............................................ 45

IV NSU Health Professions Division M4. .................................................................................................... 45 Preclinical Course Descriptions—Classes of 2023, 2024, and 2025.................................................................................... 49 Preclinical Course Descriptions—Class of 2022. ........................... 54 Clinical Course Descriptions—Required and Selective Courses/Rotations.............................................................60 Clinical Course Descriptions—Elective and Selective Rotations. .. 62 Affiliated Hospitals. ............................................................................ 79 Special Academic Programs. ............................................................ 80 Osteopathic Principles and Practice Practical Training Sessions........................................... 80 Predoctoral Osteopathic Principles and Practice Fellowship... 80 KPCOM Student Research Opportunities.................................. 80 Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Program........................... 82 The Office of Graduate Medical Education..................................... 82 Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine Program........................ 82 Concurrent Degree and Certificate Programs. .............................. 83 M.P.H. Dedicated Tuition Reduction........................................... 83 D.O./D.M.D. Dual-Degree Program. ................................................ 83 Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Departments.............................. 83 Public Health Program. ...................................................... 86 Concurrent Degree Programs........................................................... 86 Program Vision.................................................................................... 86 Program Mission. ................................................................................ 86 Course of Study. .................................................................................. 86 Accreditation and Authorization...................................................... 86 Admissions Requirements/Application Procedures.................... 86 Graduate Certificate Programs......................................................... 87 Admissions Requirements/Application Procedures............... 87 Graduate Certificate in Public Health......................................... 88 Graduate Certificate in Health Education.................................. 89 Transfer of Credits............................................................................... 89 Nondegree-Seeking Students.......................................................... 89 Computer Requirements...................................................................90 Tuition and Fees. .................................................................................90 Expenses and Financial Aid...............................................................90 Graduation Requirements.................................................................90 Curriculum Outline..............................................................................90 Course Descriptions............................................................................ 92 Public Health Program Department................................................ 95 Health Informatics Program. .............................................. 96 Concurrent Degree Programs........................................................... 97 Program Vision.................................................................................... 97 Program Mission. ................................................................................ 97 Course of Study—Master of Science in Health Informatics. ........ 97 Course of Study—Graduate Certificate in Medical Informatics....97 Course of Study—Graduate Certificate in Public Health Informatics.............................................................. 98 Accreditation and Authorization...................................................... 98 Admissions Requirements. ............................................................... 98 Application Procedures. .................................................................... 98 Nondegree-Seeking Students.......................................................... 99 Other Degree Options........................................................................ 99 International Applicants.................................................................... 99 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................. 99 Financial Aid....................................................................................... 100 Transfer of Credits............................................................................. 100 Graduation Requirements............................................................... 100 Curriculum Requirements. .............................................................. 100 CurriculumOutline—Master of Science in Health Informatics..... 100 Curriculum Outline—Graduate Certificate in Medical Informatics.......................................................................102 Curriculum Outline—Graduate Certificate in Public Health Informatics.............................................................102 Course Descriptions...........................................................................102 Health Informatics Program Department. ....................................108 Disaster and Emergency Management Program.................109 Program Overview............................................................................ 109 Program Objectives.......................................................................... 109 Course of Study. ..................................................................................110 Accreditation........................................................................................110 Admissions Requirements. ...............................................................110 Application Procedures. .....................................................................111 Nondegree-Seeking Students...........................................................111 Tuition and Fees. ..................................................................................111 Financial Aid......................................................................................... 112 Graduation Requirements................................................................. 112 Curriculum Outline.............................................................................. 112 Core Courses................................................................................... 112 Elective Courses............................................................................. 112 Course Descriptions............................................................................114 Management and Leadership Cluster Core Courses. ..............114 Threats, Hazards, and Impacts Cluster Core Courses. ............ 115 General Electives............................................................................ 115 Maritime Safety and Security Concentration Electives...........116 Cybersecurity Concentration Electives......................................116 Criminal Justice Concentration Electives. ................................. 117 Public Health Concentration Electives....................................... 117 Environmental Hazards Concentration Electives.....................118 Fire Administration Concentration Electives............................118 Interprofessional Electives...........................................................119 Disaster and Emergency Management Program Department.... 119 Graduate Certificate in Social Medicine Program. ..............120 Admissions Requirements. ..............................................................120 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................120 Financial Aid........................................................................................120 Curriculum Outline.............................................................................120 Medical Education Program............................................... 122 Course of Study. ................................................................................. 122

NSU Health Professions Division V Program Learning Objectives.......................................................... 122 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................. 123 Application Procedures. ................................................................... 123 Nondegree-Seeking Students.................................................... 123 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................ 124 Financial Aid........................................................................................ 124 Transfer of Credits.............................................................................. 124 Graduation Requirements................................................................ 124 Curriculum Requirements. ............................................................... 124 Curriculum Outline............................................................................. 124 Course Descriptions........................................................................... 125 Medical Education Program Department...................................... 126 Nutrition Program............................................................. 127 Course of Study. ................................................................................. 128 Program Mission. ............................................................................... 128 Program Goals.................................................................................... 128 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................. 128 Prerequisites....................................................................................... 128 Application Procedures. ................................................................... 129 Professional Practice Concentration. ............................................. 129 Certified Nutrition Specialists.......................................................... 129 Nondegree-Seeking Students......................................................... 129 International Applicants...................................................................130 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................130 Financial Aid........................................................................................130 Transfer of Credits..............................................................................130 Graduation Requirements................................................................130 Curriculum Requirements. ...............................................................130 Graduate Certificate in Functional Nutrition and Herbal Therapy............................................................................131 Curriculum............................................................................................131 Curriculum Outline............................................................................. 132 Community Nutrition Concentration Requirements.............. 132 Functional Nutrition and Herbal Therapy Concentration Requirements ..................................................... 132 Nutrition Research Concentration Requirements................... 133 Professional Practice Concentration......................................... 133 Sport Nutrition Concentration Requirements. ........................134 Nutrition Elective Courses...........................................................134 Course Descriptions........................................................................... 135 Nutrition Program Department....................................................... 138 Graduate Certificate in Health Professions Preparation. .... 139 Program Goals.................................................................................... 139 Program Objectives........................................................................... 139 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................. 139 Prerequisites................................................................................. 140 Application Procedures. .................................................................. 140 Tuition and Fees. .................................................................................141 Financial Aid.........................................................................................141 Technology Requirements................................................................141 Transfer of Credit.................................................................................141 Graduation Requirements.................................................................141 Curriculum Outline............................................................................. 142 Required Courses—Class of 2021............................................... 142 Course Descriptions........................................................................... 143 Health Professions Preparation Program...................................... 143 Couple and Family Therapy Programs................................144 Programs Available. ..........................................................................144 Vision....................................................................................................144 Mission. ................................................................................................144 Course of Study. ................................................................................. 145 Master’s Degree Program............................................................ 145 Doctoral Degree Programs. ........................................................ 145 Master’s Degree en Route. .......................................................... 145 Graduate Certificate in Family Studies...................................... 145 Accreditation and Authorization..................................................... 145 Admissions Requirements—Degree Programs............................146 Application Procedures—Degree Programs.................................146 Admissions Requirements/Application Procedures—Graduate Certificate Programs............................... 147 Graduate Certificate in Family Studies...........................................148 Graduate Certificate in Solution-Focused Coaching...................148 Nondegree-Seeking Students.........................................................148 Computer Requirements..................................................................149 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................149 Expenses and Financial Aid..............................................................149 Transfer of Credits..............................................................................149 Graduation Requirements................................................................149 Doctoral and Master’s Degree Programs. ................................149 Curriculum Outlines...........................................................................150 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Couple and Family Therapy.... 150 Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy. .................................. 152 Master of Science in Couple and Family Therapy....................154 Course Descriptions...........................................................................156 Couple and Family Therapy Programs Department.................... 172 College of Pharmacy.........................173 Mission Statement. ............................................................................ 175 Vision Statement................................................................................ 175 Values................................................................................................... 175 Administration.................................................................................... 175 Overview.............................................................................................. 175 Accreditation....................................................................................... 176 Memberships. ..................................................................................... 176 Facilities............................................................................................... 176 Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress........ 176 Financial Aid........................................................................................ 178 Transfer Credits.................................................................................. 178

VI NSU Health Professions Division Class Cancellation Policy. ................................................................. 179 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Entry-Level Program........ 179 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................. 179 Application Procedures. ...................................................................180 Foreign Coursework. ..........................................................................181 Program Requirements. ....................................................................181 International/Student Visa Information.........................................181 Tuition: Entry-Level Program........................................................... 182 Fees and Deposit—All Programs..................................................... 182 Undergraduate/Pharm.D. Dual Admission Program.................. 182 Pharmacy Intern Licensure............................................................... 182 Course of Study. ................................................................................. 183 Global Engagement........................................................................... 183 Graduation Requirements—Entry Level........................................ 183 Entry-Level Curriculum Outline.......................................................184 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Advanced Standing (International Pharmacy Graduates)................................. 187 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................. 187 Application Procedures. ...................................................................188 Program Requirements. ...................................................................189 Tuition: Advanced Standing Program............................................189 Fees and Deposit—All Programs.....................................................189 International/Student Visa Information........................................189 Pharmacy Intern Licensure...............................................................189 Graduation Requirements—Advanced Standing........................ 190 Advanced Standing Curriculum Outline. ...................................... 190 Entry-Level and Advanced Standing Course Descriptions. ....... 192 PHRE (Elective) Courses..............................................................199 Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Affairs............ 205 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................205 Application Procedures. ..................................................................205 Foreign Coursework. ........................................................................206 Program Requirements. ..................................................................206 Tuition: M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs Program ........................206 Fees and Deposit—All Programs....................................................206 Course of Study . ............................................................................... 207 International/Student Visa Information....................................... 207 Graduation Requirements............................................................... 207 Curriculum Outline............................................................................208 Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Affairs Course Descriptions.............................................................209 PHRM (Master’s Degree)and HPD Core Classes.....................209 Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences...........211 Admissions Requirements. ...............................................................211 Application Procedures. ....................................................................211 Program Requirements. ................................................................... 212 Tuition: M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Program...................... 212 Fees and Deposit—All Programs..................................................... 212 Course of Study . ................................................................................ 213 International/Student Visa Information........................................ 213 Graduation Requirements................................................................ 213 Curriculum Outlines...........................................................................214 Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics..........................214 Drug Development (Pharmaceutics). .......................................214 Social and Administrative Pharmacy........................................ 215 Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences Course Descriptions..........................................................216 PHRM (Master’s Degree) and HPD Core Classes.....................216 M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Elective Courses..................218 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 220 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................220 Application Procedures. ..................................................................220 Tuition: Ph.D. Program......................................................................221 Fees and Deposit—All Programs.....................................................221 International/Student Visa Information........................................221 Graduation Requirements............................................................... 222 Program Description........................................................................ 222 Social and Administrative Pharmacy Sequence. ........................ 222 Overview. ...................................................................................... 222 Course of Study............................................................................ 222 Social and Administrative Pharmacy Curriculum Sequence. .. 223 Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) Sequence.......................... 224 Overview. ...................................................................................... 224 Course of Study............................................................................ 224 Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) Curriculum Sequence. .. 224 Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics Sequence........... 225 Overview. ...................................................................................... 225 Course of Study............................................................................ 225 Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics Curriculum Sequence.................................................................. 226 Ph.D. Program Course Descriptions. ............................................. 227 PHRP (Ph.D. Degree)and HPD Core Classes........................... 227 Ph.D. Program Courses............................................................... 227 Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical SciencesElective Courses. ..............230 Student Activities.............................................................................. 232 Student Government Association (SGA)................................. 232 College of Pharmacy Faculty. ......................................................... 232 College of Optometry. ..................... 233 Mission Statement. ........................................................................... 235 Administration................................................................................... 235 Optometry.......................................................................................... 235 Accreditation...................................................................................... 235 Admissions Requirements. ............................................................. 235 Application Process.......................................................................... 236 Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress....... 237 Tuition and Fees. ............................................................................... 238

NSU Health Professions Division VII Financial Aid....................................................................................... 238 Undergraduate/O.D. Dual Admission Program. ......................... 238 Transfer Students.............................................................................. 238 Promotion, Suspension, Dismissal, and Readmission. .............. 239 Requirements for Graduation......................................................... 239 Course of Study. ................................................................................ 239 Extended (Five-Year) Doctor of Optometry Degree..................240 Student Organizations.....................................................................240 Traditional Four-Year Program Curriculum Outline..................... 241 Extended Program Curriculum Outline. .......................................244 Doctor of Optometry Course Descriptions................................... 249 Medical Sciences. ......................................................................... 249 Optometric Basic Sciences......................................................... 249 Optometry Clinical Education....................................................254 Master of Science in Clinical Vision Research Graduate Program............................................................ 256 Admissions Requirements/Application Process.........................256 Requirements for Graduation......................................................... 257 Tuition.................................................................................................. 257 M.S. in Clinical Vision Research Graduate Program Curriculum Outline........................................................... 257 Core Courses................................................................................. 257 Specialty Track Courses.............................................................. 257 M.S. in Clinical Vision Research Graduate Program Course Descriptions.........................................................260 Research Core Courses. ..............................................................260 Optic Courses.................................................................................261 Public Health Courses. ................................................................ 262 Electrodiagnostic Courses.......................................................... 262 Binocular Vision and Pediatric Courses. .................................. 263 Contact Lens Courses.................................................................. 263 Low Vision and Clinical Assessment Courses.........................264 Ocular Motility Courses...............................................................264 Disease Courses. .......................................................................... 265 Thesis. ............................................................................................266 Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences. ..... 267 Vision...................................................................................................269 Mission. ...............................................................................................269 Administration...................................................................................269 Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences Programs...... 270 Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress....... 270 Expenses and Financial Aid............................................................. 272 Transfer Credits................................................................................. 272 Promotion, Suspension, Dismissal, and Readmission. .............. 272 Department of Anesthesia. .......................... 273 Master of Science in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale.............273 Accreditation...................................................................................... 273 Mission. ............................................................................................... 273 Vision................................................................................................... 273 Admissions Requirements. ............................................................. 274 Computer Requirements................................................................. 275 Application Procedures. .................................................................. 275 Personal Interviews.......................................................................... 275 Tuition and Fees. ............................................................................... 275 Requirements for Graduation......................................................... 276 M.S. in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale Curriculum....................... 276 M.S. in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale Course Descriptions....... 279 Master of Science in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay.................... 282 Accreditation...................................................................................... 283 Mission. ............................................................................................... 283 Vision................................................................................................... 283 Admissions Requirements. ............................................................. 283 Advanced Placement and Transfer of Credits. ............................284 Computer Requirements.................................................................284 Application Procedures. ..................................................................284 Personal Interviews.......................................................................... 285 Tuition and Fees. ............................................................................... 285 Jewelry, Body Piercing, and Tattoos.............................................. 285 Requirements for Graduation......................................................... 285 M.S. in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay Curriculum. ...............................286 M.S. in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay Course Descriptions................288 Master of Science in Anesthesia—Jacksonville...................291 Accreditation...................................................................................... 292 Mission. ............................................................................................... 292 Vision................................................................................................... 292 Admissions Requirements. ............................................................. 292 Advanced Placement and Transfer of Credits. ............................ 293 Computer Requirements................................................................. 293 Application Procedures. .................................................................. 293 Personal Interviews..........................................................................294 Tuition and Fees. ...............................................................................294 Jewelry, Body Piercing, and Tattoos..............................................294 Requirements for Graduation.........................................................294 M.S. in Anesthesia—Jacksonville Curriculum. ............................. 295 M.S. in Anesthesia—Jacksonville Course Descriptions.............. 297 Sources of Additional Information................................................ 300 Department of Audiology. ........................... 301 Audiology ProgramOverview. ..........................................301 Accreditation.......................................................................................301 Admissions Requirements. ..............................................................301 Postbaccalaureate Degree..........................................................301 United Kingdom Program...........................................................301 Transfer Students......................................................................... 302

VIII NSU Health Professions Division Computer Requirements................................................................. 302 Application Procedures. .................................................................. 302 Personal Interviews.......................................................................... 302 Tuition and Fees. ............................................................................... 302 Requirements for Graduation......................................................... 302 Course of Study: Postbachelor’s Program.................................... 303 Curriculum Outline: Postbachelor’s Program.............................. 303 Curriculum Outline: UK Program....................................................305 Audiology Course Descriptions......................................................306 Department of Health and Human Performance.............................. 310 Master of Science in Sports Science Overview....................310 Admissions Requirements and Application Procedures............310 Computer Requirements..................................................................310 Technical Standards...........................................................................310 Tuition and Fees. .................................................................................311 Requirements for Graduation...........................................................311 Master of Science in Sports Science Curriculum............................311 Master of Science in Sports Science Course Descriptions. ......... 312 Department of Health Science. .....................313 Overview.............................................................................................. 313 Computer Requirements.................................................................. 313 Master of Health Science Program for Health Professionals....................................................314 Admissions Requirements. ..............................................................314 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................ 315 Application Procedures. ................................................................... 315 Foreign Coursework.....................................................................316 Graduate Certificate Programs........................................................316 Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Associate...............316 Graduate Certificate in Clinical Trial Manager..........................316 Graduate Certificate in Emergency Medicine..........................316 Nondegree-Seeking Application Procedures/Policy.................. 317 Requirements for Graduation.......................................................... 317 Course of Study. .................................................................................318 Continuous Enrollment.....................................................................318 Continuing Services...........................................................................318 Curriculum Outline—Master of Health Science Program............318 Generalist Curriculum Courses...................................................318 Concentrations in the Master of Health Science Program.........320 Sports Medicine Concentration Curriculum............................320 Higher Education Concentration Curriculum..........................320 Health Law Concentration Curriculum...................................... 321 Health Care Risk Management, Patient Safety, and Compliance Concentration Curriculum............................ 322 Health Care Administration Concentration............................. 323 Telehealth Concentration. .......................................................... 324 Master of Health Science Course Descriptions. ........................... 325 Didactic Core Component Courses........................................... 325 Elective Courses........................................................................... 326 Practical Components.................................................................330 Accelerated Dual-Degree M.H.Sc./D.H.Sc. Program. ......... 331 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................. 331 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................ 331 Application Procedures. .................................................................. 332 Computer Requirements................................................................. 332 Requirements for Graduation......................................................... 332 Specific Requirements for Graduation for the M.H.Sc. in the Accelerated Dual-Degree M.H.Sc./D.H.Sc. Program for Students Matriculating on or After Fall 2020......................... 333 Course of Study. ................................................................................ 334 Course Descriptions.......................................................................... 336 Master of Health Science. ........................................................... 336 Doctor of Health Science. ........................................................... 337 Doctor of Health Science (D.H.Sc.) Program. ..................... 341 Admissions Requirements. ..............................................................341 Application Procedures. ...................................................................341 Tuition and Fees. ............................................................................... 342 Requirements for Graduation......................................................... 342 D.H.Sc. Curriculum Outline for Students Matriculating on or After Fall 2020................................................ 343 Doctor of Health Science Course Descriptions. ........................... 345 Accelerated Dual-Degree M.H.Sc./Ph.D. in Health Science Program................................................ 350 Admissions Requirements. .............................................................350 Tuition and Fees. ................................................................................ 351 Application Procedures. ................................................................... 351 Transfer Credits................................................................................. 352 Computer Requirements................................................................. 352 Curriculum Outline............................................................................ 352 Course Descriptions.......................................................................... 354 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Health Science Program....357 Admissions Requirements. ............................................................. 357 Application Procedures. .................................................................. 358 Transfer of Credits............................................................................. 359 Tuition and Fees. ............................................................................... 359 Requirements for Graduation......................................................... 359 Computer Requirements................................................................. 359 Curriculum Outline............................................................................ 359 Doctor of Philosophy in Health Science Course Descriptions....361 Department of Occupational Therapy.........365 Master of Occupational Therapy Program......................... 365 Overview............................................................................................. 365 Accreditation...................................................................................... 365 Admissions Requirements. ............................................................. 365 Application Procedures. ..................................................................366

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