NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

302 Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences—Department of Audiology Transfer Students Individuals seeking to transfer to the NSU on-campus, entrylevel Doctor of Audiology Programmust submit an application and follow the application and admissions process. The Department of Audiology will consider the transfer of up to nine graduate credits from another academic institution. Eligibility for course transfer requires a grade of B or better and must be accompanied by an official course description. Credits must be earned within six years prior to program admission. Computer Requirements All students are expected to have a computer with Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel software. Some programs used to augment coursework require a computer with theWindows operating system. Application Procedures Applicants for admission must submit or be responsible for submission of 1. a completed application through Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS) that includes all supporting documentation, such as official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, three letters of academic recommendation from professors and/or supervisors, official GRE scores taken within five years of the date prior to matriculation, and transcript evaluation (if applicable) 2. a completed supplemental application, including a nonrefundable, $50 application fee The audiology Committee on Admissions will not consider an application until all required fees, credentials, test scores, transcripts and recommendations have been received and verified through CSDCAS and transmitted to the Office of Admissions. Notice of acceptance or action by the committee on admissions will be on a “rolling” or periodic schedule; therefore early completion of the application is in the best interest of the student. Personal Interviews Completed applications are reviewed by the committee on admissions and invitations are extended for a personal interview to those applicants applying for the on-campus, entry-level Au.D. program who meet the initial admission criteria. Interviews for the on-campus postbachelor’s degree program are held on campus and provide the student with an opportunity to meet faculty members and students and visit the campus. Virtual interview media is available if necessary. Inquiries should be directed to Audiology Admissions Counselor Nova Southeastern University 3200 South University Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328-2018 Phone: (954) 262-1101 877-640-0218 Fax: (954) 262-2282 nova.edu/aud Tuition and Fees Payment of tuition and fees is expected at the time of registration. Students receiving financial aid are responsible for making sure that they have completed all applications for financial aid and that it has been granted. • The annual tuition for 2021–2022 postbachelor’s on-campus Doctor of Audiology program (subject to change by the board of trustees without notice) will be posted on our website (nova.edu/aud). T uition for the United KingdomAu.D. (subject to change by the board of trustees without notice) will be posted on our website (nova.edu/aud). • An Audiology General Access Fee of $145 is required each year. An NSU Student Services Fee of $1,500 is also required annually. Additionally, a registration fee of $30 is required each semester. • Upon acceptance, students planning to enroll are required to complete an “Intent to Enroll” formwith a nonrefundable deposit of $500. This advance payment will be deducted from the tuition payment due at registration. The financial ability of applicants to complete their training is important because of the limited number of positions available. Applicants should have specific plans for financing four years of professional education. This should include provision for tuition, living expenses, books, and related expenses. Requirements for Graduation In order to be eligible for the postbachelor’s, on-campus Doctor of Audiology degree, each student must 1. satisfactorily complete the 119-credit hour program of study and related clinical placements required for the degree with an overall minimum GPA of 2.7 2. satisfactorily complete the department’s knowledge and skills markers 3. fulfill all obligations to the university 4. ensure that all incomplete grades have been removed and passing grades are on file in the registrar’s office