124 Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine—Medical Education Program CurriculumOutline Required Courses Credit Hours MED 0600 Teaching Medical and Other Health Professions Students in a Diverse Learning Environment 3 MED 0620 T echnology Resources for Health Professions Education 3 MED 0630 E ffective Instruction Strategies in Health Professions Education 3 MED 0640 Assessment and Measurement in Health Professions Education 3 MED 0650 Research in Health Professions Education 3 MED 0660 T ransformative Leadership and Organizational Change in Health Professions Education 3 MED 0670 Instructional Design and Presentation for Health Educators 3 seeking student, the student wishes to become degree seeking, he or she must apply to the M.S. program as a new student and meet all the requirements for admission. If accepted into the degree program, courses or credits that were taken as a nondegree-seeking student will be automatically applied toward the degree. Nondegree-seeking students can enroll in a maximum of six courses or 18 credit hours. Tuition and Fees Tuition for 2021–2022 will be posted on our website (osteopathic.nova.edu/msme). An Osteopathic General Access Fee of $145 is required each year. An NSU Student Services Fee of $1,500 is also required annually. All tuition and fees are subject to change by the board of trustees without notice. There is a registration fee of $30 each semester. Financial Aid NSU’s Office of Student Financial Assistance is here to help as many qualified students as possible to complete their educational pursuit. Various loans, scholarships, and grants are available to qualified students to help ease the high cost of education. These financial assistance programs are described on our website (nova.edu/financialaid). Transfer of Credits Applicants or enrollees of the NSU-KPCOM Master of Science in Medical Education program may petition for a transfer of a maximum of 6 credit hours toward their degree from a regionally accredited institution for degree-seeking students. Any exceptions require the written approval of the program director. To be considered for transfer of credit, courses must have been completed less than three years prior to the beginning of the student’s first semester in the program. All courses to be transferred must be substantially equivalent to courses offered in the program, as determined by the program director and appropriate faculty members. All courses considered for transfer into the program must have been successfully completed with a grade of B (80 percent) or better. An accepted applicant to the program who wishes to receive transfer credit must submit a written request and the appropriate verification documents (e.g., official transcripts, syllabi, and catalogs) to the program director. Graduation Requirements Current graduation requirements for the Master of Science in Medical Education Program can be found in the Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Student Handbook at https://osteopathic.nova.edu/publications/forms/kpcom _student_handbook_2022.pdf. Curriculum Requirements To develop a comprehensive Master of Science in Medical Education Program at NSU-KPCOM, a curriculum has been developed that includes teaching and learning, technology, curriculum development, assessment and measurement, research, and leadership. The didactic courses will be offered online using NSU’s state-of-the-art, web-based distance learning technology, as well as on-site resources.