NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

College of Optometry 257 Requirements for Graduation The Master of Science in Clinical Vision Research (CVR) is awarded to candidates who have demonstrated to the program faculty their ability to meet the standards of the M.S. CVR program. Degrees will be conferred on all candidates who • have satisfactorily completed all course and eligibility requirements • have satisfactorily completed the programof study required for the degree within six years • have a minimum overall GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale • have satisfactorily met all financial obligations Tuition Tuition for 2021–2022 (subject to change by the board of trustees without notice) will be posted on our website (https://optometry.nova.edu/cvr/admissions/tuition.html). Core Courses Lecture Laboratory Semester Hours CVR 7300 Fundamentals of Biostatistics 36 0 3 CVR 7310 Principles of Statistical Inference 36 0 3 CVR 7400 Clinical Research Design 36 0 3 CVR 7500 Information Science for Clinical Research 36 0 3 CVR 7600 An Introduction to Research Funding and Proposal Development 36 0 3 CVR 7700 Presentation, Evaluation, and Publication of Clinical Vision Research 36 0 3 CVR 7800 Ethical and Legal Issues in Human Subjects Research 36 0 3 CVR 8210 Visual Health and International Development 36 0 3 CVR 8220 Epidemiology 36 0 3 Specialty Track Courses Optic Courses Lecture Laboratory Semester Hours CVR 8110 Optics and Visual Optics 36 0 3 CVR 8120 Advanced Optics and Visual Optics 36 0 3 CVR 8191 Independent Study I in Optics and Visual Optics 36 0 3 CVR 8192 Independent Study II in Optics and Visual Optics 36 0 3 CVR 8193 Independent Study III in Optics and Visual Optics 36 0 3 CVR 8194 Independent Study IV in Optics and Visual Optics 36 0 3 M.S. in Clinical Vision Research Graduate Program CurriculumOutline

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