NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

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Letter from the NSU President/CEO 15
Letter from the NSU Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs 16
Letter from the Health Professions Division Chancellor 17
Health Professions Division Administration 18
Nova Southeastern University Board of Trustees 18
Vision 2025 Statement 19
Nova Southeastern University Mission Statement 19
Core Values 19
Health Professions Division Board of Governors 20
Health Professions Division Mission Statement 20
History of the Health Professions Division 21
Campuses 21
Image Use Statement 22
Indebtedness to the University 23
Force Majeure 23
Admissions Policy 23
Foreign Coursework 23
Background Checks 24
Urine Drug Screening 24
Tuition Credit Policy—Voluntary Withdrawals 24
Policy for Florida In-State Tuition 25
Enrollment and Student Services 25
The Office of Student Financial Assistance 25
The Office of the University Bursar 27
NSU Student Health Insurance 28
The Office of the University Registrar 28
The One-Stop Shop 29
Veterans Resource Center 30
Certificate of Physical Examination 30
Immunization Requirements 30
Basic Immunizations 30
Arrangements 31
Failure to Comply 31
Dress Code 31
Identification Requirements and Fieldwork Prerequisites 31
Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division (HPD) Library 31
Tampa Bay Regional Campus Library 32
NSU Health 33
Center for Student Counseling and Well-Being 33
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine 35
Couple and Family Therapy Programs 158
Programs Available 158
Vision 158
Mission 158
Course of Study 159
Master’s Degree Program 159
Doctoral Degree Programs 159
Master’s Degree en Route 159
Graduate Certificate in Family Studies 159
Accreditation and Authorization 159
Admissions Requirements—Degree Programs 160
Application Procedures—Degree Programs 160
Admissions Requirements/Application Procedures—Graduate Certificate Programs 161
Graduate Certificate in Family Studies 162
Graduate Certificate in Solution-Focused Coaching 162
Nondegree-Seeking Students 162
Computer Requirements 163
Tuition and Fees 163
Expenses and Financial Aid 163
Transfer of Credits 163
Graduation Requirements 163
Doctoral and Master’s Degree Programs 163
Curriculum Outlines 164
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Couple and Family Therapy 164
Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy 166
Master of Science in Couple and Family Therapy 168
Course Descriptions 170
Couple and Family Therapy Programs Department 186
Graduate Certificate in Health Professions Preparation 153
Program Goals 153
Program Objectives 153
Admissions Requirements 153
Prerequisites 154
Application Procedures 154
Tuition and Fees 155
Financial Aid 155
Technology Requirements 155
Transfer of Credit 155
Graduation Requirements 155
Curriculum Outline 156
Required Courses—Class of 2021 156
Course Descriptions 157
Health Professions Preparation Program 157
Nutrition Program 141
Course of Study 142
Program Mission 142
Program Goals 142
Admissions Requirements 142
Prerequisites 142
Application Procedures 143
Professional Practice Concentration 143
Certified Nutrition Specialists 143
Nondegree-Seeking Students 143
International Applicants 144
Tuition and Fees 144
Financial Aid 144
Transfer of Credits 144
Graduation Requirements 144
Curriculum Requirements 144
Graduate Certificate in Functional Nutrition and Herbal Therapy 145
Curriculum 145
Curriculum Outline 146
Community Nutrition Concentration Requirements 146
Functional Nutrition and Herbal Therapy Concentration Requirements 146
Nutrition Research Concentration Requirements 147
Professional Practice Concentration 147
Sport Nutrition Concentration Requirements 148
Nutrition Elective Courses 148
Course Descriptions 149
Nutrition Program Department 152
Medical Education Program 136
Course of Study 136
Program Learning Objectives 136
Admissions Requirements 137
Application Procedures 137
Nondegree-Seeking Students 137
Tuition and Fees 138
Financial Aid 138
Transfer of Credits 138
Graduation Requirements 138
Curriculum Requirements 138
Curriculum Outline 138
Course Descriptions 139
Medical Education Program Department 140
Graduate Certificate in Social Medicine Program 134
Admissions Requirements 134
Tuition and Fees 134
Financial Aid 134
Curriculum Outline 134
Disaster and Emergency Management Program 123
Program Overview 123
Program Objectives 123
Course of Study 124
Accreditation 124
Admissions Requirements 124
Application Procedures 125
Nondegree-Seeking Students 125
Tuition and Fees 125
Curriculum Outline 126
Core Courses (18 credit hours) 126
Elective Courses (18 credit hours) 126
Course Descriptions 128
Management and Leadership Cluster Core Courses 128
Threats, Hazards, and Impacts Cluster Core Courses 129
General Electives 129
Maritime Safety and Security Concentration Electives 130
Cybersecurity Concentration Electives 130
Criminal Justice Concentration Electives 131
Public Health Concentration Electives 131
Environmental Hazards Concentration Electives 132
Fire Administration Concentration Electives 132
Interprofessional Electives 133
Disaster and Emergency Management Program Department 133
Health Informatics Program 110
Concurrent Degree Programs 111
Program Vision 111
Program Mission 111
Course of Study—Master of Science in Health Informatics 111
Course of Study—Graduate Certificate in Medical Informatics 111
Course of Study—Graduate Certificate in Public Health Informatics 112
Accreditation and Authorization 112
Admissions Requirements 112
Application Procedures 112
Nondegree-Seeking Students 113
Other Degree Options 113
International Applicants 113
Tuition and Fees 113
Financial Aid 114
Transfer of Credits 114
Graduation Requirements 114
Curriculum Requirements 114
Curriculum Outline—Master of Science in Health Informatics 114
Curriculum Outline—Graduate Certificate in Medical Informatics 116
Curriculum Outline—Graduate Certificate in Public Health Informatics 116
Course Descriptions 116
Health Informatics Program Department 122
Public Health Program 100
Concurrent Degree Programs 100
Program Vision 100
Program Mission 100
Course of Study 100
Accreditation and Authorization 100
Admissions Requirements/Application Procedures 100
Graduate Certificate Programs 101
Admissions Requirements/Application Procedures 101
Graduate Certificate in Public Health 102
Graduate Certificate in Health Education 103
Transfer of Credits 103
Nondegree-Seeking Students 103
Computer Requirements 104
Tuition and Fees 104
Expenses and Financial Aid 104
Graduation Requirements 104
Curriculum Outline 104
Course Descriptions 106
Public Health Program Department 109
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Program 42
Mission Statement 42
Accreditation 42
An Osteopathic Physician 42
Admissions Requirements 42
Application Procedures 43
Tuition and Fees 43
Fees and Deposits Prior to Matriculation 43
Tuition 44
Fees 44
Schedule of Application for Admission Cycle 44
Technology Requirements 44
PC/Laptop 45
MacBook/iMac 45
iPad 45
Academics 45
Transfer of Credit 45
Course of Study 46
Curriculum Outline 47
Preclinical Required Courses—Class of 2025 47
M1 47
M2 48
Preclinical Electives 49
Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum 49
Preclinical Required Courses—Class of 2024 49
M1 49
M2 50
Preclinical Electives 52
Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum 52
Preclinical Required Courses—Class of 2023 52
M1 52
M2 53
Preclinical Electives 54
Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum 54
Preclinical Required Courses—Class of 2022 55
M1 55
M2 56
Preclinical Electives 57
Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum 57
Clinical Education Required Courses—All Classes 57
M3 57
M4 58
Clinical Education Elective Courses 59
M4 59
Preclinical Course Descriptions—Classes of 2023, 2024, and 2025 63
Preclinical Course Descriptions—Class of 2022 68
Clinical Course Descriptions—Required and Selective Courses/Rotations 74
Clinical Course Descriptions—Elective and Selective Rotations 76
Affiliated Hospitals 93
Special Academic Programs 94
Osteopathic Principles and Practice Practical Training Sessions 94
Predoctoral Osteopathic Principles and Practice Fellowship 94
KPCOM Student Research Opportunities 94
Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Program 96
The Office of Graduate Medical Education 96
Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine Program 96
Concurrent Degree and Certificate Programs 97
M.P.H. Dedicated Tuition Reduction 97
D.O./D.M.D. Dual-Degree Program 97
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Departments 97
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Mission Statement 37
Administration 37
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Programs 38
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress—Osteopathic Medicine Program 38
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress—Graduate Degree Programs 40
College of Pharmacy 187
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences 234
Admissions Requirements 234
Application Procedures 234
Tuition: Ph.D. Program 235
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 235
International/Student Visa Information 235
Graduation Requirements 236
Program Description 236
Social and Administrative Pharmacy Sequence 236
Overview 236
Course of Study 236
Social and Administrative Pharmacy Curriculum Sequence 237
Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) Sequence 238
Overview 238
Course of Study 238
Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) Curriculum Sequence 238
Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics Sequence 239
Overview 239
Course of Study 239
Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics Curriculum Sequence 240
Ph.D. Program Course Descriptions 241
PHRP (Ph.D. Degree)and HPD Core Classes 241
Ph.D. Program Courses 241
Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical SciencesElective Courses 244
Student Activities 246
Student Government Association (SGA) 246
College of Pharmacy Faculty 246
Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences 225
Admissions Requirements 225
Application Procedures 225
Program Requirements 226
Tuition: M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Program 226
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 226
Course of Study 227
International/Student Visa Information 227
Graduation Requirements 227
Curriculum Outlines 228
Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics 228
Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) 228
Social and Administrative Pharmacy 229
Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences Course Descriptions 230
PHRM (Master’s Degree) and HPD Core Classes 230
M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Elective Courses 232
Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Affairs 219
Admissions Requirements 219
Application Procedures 219
Foreign Coursework 220
Program Requirements 220
Tuition: M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs Program 220
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 220
Course of Study 221
International/Student Visa Information 221
Graduation Requirements 221
Curriculum Outline 222
Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Affairs Course Descriptions 223
PHRM (Master’s Degree)and HPD Core Classes 223
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Advanced Standing (International Pharmacy Graduates) 201
Admissions Requirements 201
Application Procedures 202
Program Requirements 203
Tuition: Advanced Standing Program 203
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 203
International/Student Visa Information 203
Pharmacy Intern Licensure 203
Advanced Standing Curriculum Outline 204
Entry-Level and Advanced Standing Course Descriptions 206
PHRE (Elective) Courses 213
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Entry-Level Program 193
Admissions Requirements 193
Application Procedures 194
Foreign Coursework 195
Program Requirements 195
International/Student Visa Information 195
Tuition: Entry-Level Program 196
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 196
Undergraduate/Pharm.D. Dual Admission Program 196
Pharmacy Intern Licensure 196
Course of Study 197
Global Engagement 197
Graduation Requirements—Entry Level 197
Entry-Level Curriculum Outline 198
Mission Statement 189
Vision Statement 189
Values 189
Administration 189
Overview 189
Accreditation 190
Memberships 190
Facilities 190
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 190
Financial Aid 192
Transfer Credits 192
Class Cancellation Policy 193
College of Optometry 247
Master of Science in Clinical Vision Research Graduate Program 270
Admissions Requirements/Application Process 270
Requirements for Graduation 271
Tuition 271
M.S. in Clinical Vision Research Graduate Program Curriculum Outline 271
Core Courses 271
Specialty Track Courses 271
M.S. in Clinical Vision Research Graduate Program Course Descriptions 274
Research Core Courses 274
Optic Courses 275
Public Health Courses 276
Electrodiagnostic Courses 276
Binocular Vision and Pediatric Courses 277
Contact Lens Courses 277
Low Vision and Clinical Assessment Courses 278
Ocular Motility Courses 278
Disease Courses 279
Thesis 280
Mission Statement 249
Administration 249
Optometry 249
Accreditation 249
Admissions Requirements 249
Application Process 250
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 251
Tuition and Fees 252
Financial Aid 252
Undergraduate/O.D. Dual Admission Program 252
Transfer Students 252
Promotion, Suspension, Dismissal, and Readmission 253
Requirements for Graduation 253
Course of Study 253
Extended (Five-Year) Doctor of Optometry Degree 254
Student Organizations 254
Traditional Four-Year Program Curriculum Outline 255
Extended Program Curriculum Outline 258
Doctor of Optometry Course Descriptions 263
Medical Sciences 263
Optometric Basic Sciences 263
Optometry Clinical Education 268
Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences 281
Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences Programs 284
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 284
Expenses and Financial Aid 286
Transfer Credits 286
Promotion, Suspension, Dismissal, and Readmission 286
Vision 283
Mission 283
Administration 283
Department of Anesthesia 287
Master of Science in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale 287
Accreditation 287
Mission 287
Vision 287
Admissions Requirements 288
Computer Requirements 289
Application Procedures 289
Personal Interviews 289
Tuition and Fees 289
M.S. in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale Curriculum 290
M.S. in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale Course Descriptions 293
Master of Science in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay 296
Accreditation 297
Mission 297
Vision 297
Admissions Requirements 297
Advanced Placement and Transfer of Credits 298
Computer Requirements 298
Application Procedures 298
Personal Interviews 299
Tuition and Fees 299
Jewelry, Body Piercing, and Tattoos 299
Requirements for Graduation 299
M.S. in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay Curriculum 300
M.S. in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay Course Descriptions 302
Master of Science in Anesthesia—Jacksonville 305
Accreditation 306
Mission 306
Vision 306
Admissions Requirements 306
Advanced Placement and Transfer of Credits 307
Computer Requirements 307
Application Procedures 307
Personal Interviews 308
Tuition and Fees 308
Jewelry, Body Piercing, and Tattoos 308
Requirements for Graduation 308
M.S. in Anesthesia—Jacksonville Curriculum 309
M.S. in Anesthesia—Jacksonville Course Descriptions 311
Sources of Additional Information 314
Department of Audiology 315
Audiology Program Overview 315
Accreditation 315
Admissions Requirements 315
Postbaccalaureate Degree 315
United Kingdom Program 315
Transfer Students 316
Computer Requirements 316
Application Procedures 316
Personal Interviews 316
Tuition and Fees 316
Requirements for Graduation 316
Course of Study: Postbachelor’s Program 317
Curriculum Outline: Postbachelor’s Program 317
Curriculum Outline: UK Program 319
Audiology Course Descriptions 320
Department of Health and Human Performance 324
Master of Science in Sports Science Overview 324
Admissions Requirements and Application Procedures 324
Computer Requirements 324
Technical Standards 324
Tuition and Fees 325
Requirements for Graduation 325
Master of Science in Sports Science Curriculum 325
Master of Science in Sports Science Course Descriptions 326
Department of Health Science 327
Overview 327
Computer Requirements 327
Master of Health Science Program for Health Professionals 328
Admissions Requirements 328
Tuition and Fees 329
Application Procedures 329
Foreign Coursework 330
Graduate Certificate Programs 330
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Associate 330
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Trial Manager 330
Graduate Certificate in Emergency Medicine 330
Nondegree-Seeking Application Procedures/Policy 331
Requirements for Graduation 331
Course of Study 332
Continuous Enrollment 332
Continuing Services 332
Curriculum Outline—Master of Health Science Program 332
Generalist Curriculum Courses 332
Concentrations in the Master of Health Science Program 334
Sports Medicine Concentration Curriculum 334
Higher Education Concentration Curriculum 334
Health Law Concentration Curriculum 335
Health Care Risk Management, Patient Safety, and Compliance Concentration Curriculum 336
Health Care Administration Concentration 337
Telehealth Concentration 338
Master of Health Science Course Descriptions 339
Didactic Core Component Courses 339
Elective Courses 340
Practical Components 344
Accelerated Dual-Degree M.H.Sc./D.H.Sc. Program 345
Admissions Requirements 345
Tuition and Fees 345
Application Procedures 346
Computer Requirements 346
Requirements for Graduation 346
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 347
Course of Study 348
Course Descriptions 350
Master of Health Science 350
Doctor of Health Science 351
Doctor of Health Science (D.H.Sc.) Program 355
Admissions Requirements 355
Application Procedures 355
Tuition and Fees 356
Requirements for Graduation 356
D.H.Sc. Curriculum Outline for Students Matriculating on or After Fall 2020 357
Doctor of Health Science Course Descriptions 359
Accelerated Dual-Degree M.H.Sc./Ph.D. in Health Science Program 364
Admissions Requirements 364
Tuition and Fees 365
Application Procedures 365
Transfer Credits 366
Computer Requirements 366
Curriculum Outline 366
Course Descriptions 368
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Health Science Program 371
Admissions Requirements 371
Application Procedures 372
Transfer of Credits 373
Tuition and Fees 373
Requirements for Graduation 373
Computer Requirements 373
Curriculum Outline 373
Doctor of Philosophy in Health Science Course Descriptions 375
Department of Occupational Therapy 379
Master of Occupational Therapy Program 379
Overview 379
Accreditation 379
Admissions Requirements 379
Application Procedures 380
Undergraduate/Occupational Therapy Department Dual Admission Program 381
Tuition and Fees 381
Course of Study 381
Curriculum Outline 382
Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program 384
Overview 384
Admissions Requirements 384
Application Procedures 385
Undergraduate/Occupational Therapy Department Dual Admission Program 385
Course of Study 386
Requirements for Graduation 386
Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program—Fort Lauderdale 387
Accreditation 387
Tuition and Fees 387
Curriculum Outline 387
Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program—Tampa Bay 390
Accreditation 390
Tuition and Fees 390
Curriculum Outline 390
Postprofessional Doctoral Programs in Occupational Therapy 393
Doctor of Occupational Therapy (Dr.O.T.) 393
Admissions Requirements 393
Doctoral Tuition and Fees (Dr.O.T.) 393
Requirements for Graduation (Dr.O.T.)* 394
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) 394
Course of Study 394
Requirements for Graduation (Ph.D.) 394
Admissions Requirements 395
Doctoral Tuition and Fees (Ph.D.) 395
Application Procedures—Dr.O.T. and Ph.D. 395
Postprofessional O.T.D. Bridge to Ph.D. Program 396
Computer Requirements 396
Nonmatriculating Students 396
Department of Physical Therapy 410
Physical Therapy Overview 410
Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) 410
Course of Study 410
Delivery Methods 410
Accreditation Status 410
Admissions Requirements 411
Fort Lauderdale Program 411
Tampa Bay Program 411
NSU D.P.T. Programs Prerequisite Requirements* 411
Background Checks 412
Computer Requirements 412
NSU Student Technology Support 413
Technical Standards/Essential Functions of the D.P.T Student 413
Application Procedures 413
What happens after I apply? 413
Interviews 414
Undergraduate/Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Dual Admission Program 414
Tuition and Fees 414
Requirements for Graduation 414
Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy—Fort Lauderdale 414
Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy—Tampa Bay 415
Physical Therapy Student Organizations 415
Professional D.P.T. Program—Fort Lauderdale Curriculum Outline 415
Professional D.P.T. Program—Tampa Bay Curriculum Outline 418
Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Course Descriptions 420
Doctor of Physical Therapy Tampa Bay Course Descriptions 429
Postprofessional Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy 435
Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Therapy (Ph.D.) 436
Curriculum Overview 436
Admissions Requirements 436
Computer Requirements 436
Application Procedures 436
Foreign Coursework 437
Doctoral Tuition and Fees 437
Requirements for Graduation 437
Course of Study 437
Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Therapy Course Descriptions 438
Department of Physician Assistant 441
Physician Assistant Program—Fort Lauderdale 441
Accreditation 441
Mission Statement 441
Admissions Requirements 441
Computer Requirements 442
Application Procedures 443
Personal Interviews 443
Current College Coursework 443
Transcripts 443
Tuition and Fees 443
Academic Promotions and Progression 444
Requirements for Graduation 444
Academic Dismissal in the Physician Assistant Program 444
Readmission Policy in the Physician Assistant Program 444
Course of Study 444
Curriculum Outline for the Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) in Physician Assistant Program—Fort Lauderdale 445
Physician Assistant—Fort Lauderdale Course Descriptions 447
Physician Assistant Program—Fort Myers 451
Accreditation 451
Mission Statement 451
Admissions Requirements 451
Computer Requirements 452
Application Procedures 453
Personal Interviews 453
Transcripts 453
Tuition and Fees 453
Requirements for Graduation 454
Academic Dismissal in the Physician Assistant Program 454
Readmission Policy in the Physician Assistant Program 454
Course of Study 454
Curriculum Outline for the Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) in Physician Assistant Program—Fort Myers 455
Physician Assistant—Fort Myers Course Descriptions 457
Physician Assistant Program—Orlando 460
Accreditation 460
Mission Statement 460
Program Goals 460
Computer Requirements 461
Admissions Requirements 461
Application Procedures 462
Personal Interviews 462
Current College Coursework 462
Transcripts 462
Tuition and Fees 462
Requirements for Graduation 463
Academic Dismissal in the Physician Assistant Program 463
Remediation Policy 463
Course of Study 463
Curriculum Outline for the Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) in Physician Assistant Program—Orlando 465
Physician Assistant—Orlando Course Descriptions 467
Physician Assistant Program—Jacksonville 471
Accreditation 471
Vision Statement 471
Mission Statement 471
Core Values: DICE 471
Admissions Requirements 471
Computer Requirements 472
Application Procedures 473
Personal Interviews 473
Current College Coursework 473
Transcripts 473
Undergraduate/Physician Assistant Dual Admission Program—Jacksonville 473
Tuition and Fees 473
Requirements for Graduation 474
Academic Dismissal in the Physician Assistant Program 474
Readmission Policy in the Physician Assistant Program 474
Course of Study 474
Curriculum Outline for the Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) in Physician Assistant Program—Jacksonville 475
Physician Assistant—Jacksonville Course Descriptions 477
Sources of Additional Information 480
Department of Speech-Language Pathology 481
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology 481
Accreditation 481
Disclosures 481
Admissions Requirements 481
International Students 481
Application Procedures 481
California State Disclosures 482
School Performance Fact Sheets 482
Washington State Disclosures 482
Tuition and Fees 482
Requirements for Graduation 482
Background Checks 483
Computer Requirements 483
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Curriculum Outline 483
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Course Descriptions 485
Core Courses 485
Clinic Courses 486
Electives 487
Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D.) Program 489
Program Outcomes 489
Admissions Requirements 489
Application Procedures 489
Tuition and Fees 490
Additional Program Expenses 490
Computer Requirements 490
Requirements for Graduation 490
Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D.) Curriculum Outline(53 credits minimum) 491
Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D.) Course Descriptions 492
College of Dental Medicine 497
Master of Science Program 546
Admissions Requirements 546
Application Procedures 546
Tuition and Fees 547
Course Descriptions 547
Postdoctoral Programs 532
Postdoctoral Core Courses 532
Postdoctoral Specialties 533
Anticipated Expenses 544
Admissions Requirements—Postdoctoral Programs 544
Application Procedures 544
Postdoctoral Tuition and Fees 545
Predoctoral Program 501
Admissions Requirements 501
Suggested Additional Preparation 501
Transfer of Credit Policy 502
Application Procedures 502
Applicants Who Studied at Foreign Institutions 503
Tuition and Fees 503
Expenses and Financial Aid for Four-Year Predoctoral Programs 503
Mission Statement 499
Administration 499
Dental Medicine 499
Accreditation 499
Facilities 499
Core Performance Standards for Admissions and Progress for all College of Dental Medicine Students and Residents 500
NSU Drs. Kiran & Pallavi Patel International Dental Program 504
Admissions Requirements 504
Application Procedures 504
Tuition and Fees 504
Expenses and Financial Aid for Three-Year Predoctoral Programs 505
Policies Related to Academic and Student Affairs 505
Graduation Requirements 505
Course of Study 506
2021–2022 Curriculum Outline 506
College of Dental Medicine Course Descriptions 517
Interdisciplinary Biomedical Sciences 517
Dental Medicine Related Educational Programs 530
Research 531
Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing 549
Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (Ph.D.) 573
Doctor of Nursing Practice to Doctor of Philosophy (D.N.P. to Ph.D.) Program 573
Admissions Requirements 573
Application Procedures 574
Tuition and Fees 574
Academic Policies 575
Graduation Requirements 575
Curriculum Outlines 576
Ph.D. in Nursing with a Focus on Nursing Education 576
Ph.D. in Nursing with a Focus on Administrative Leadership 577
D.N.P. to Ph.D. in Nursing with a Focus on Nursing Education 578
D.N.P. to Ph.D. in Nursing with a Focus on Administrative Leadership 579
Course Descriptions 580
Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) 564
Bachelor of Science in Nursing to Doctor of Nursing Practice (B.S.N. to D.N.P.) 564
Admissions Requirements 564
Application Procedures 565
Tuition and Fees 566
Academic Policies 566
Graduation Requirements 566
Curriculum Outlines 567
Graduate Nursing Program Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)—Traditional 554
Admissions Requirements 554
Application Procedures 554
Tuition and Fees 555
Academic Policies 555
Graduation Requirements 556
Curriculum Outline 556
Mission Statement 551
Accreditation 551
Program Information 551
College Administration 551
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 552
Graduate Nursing ProgramMaster of Science in Nursing—Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (M.S.N.—A.P.R.N.) 558
Admissions Requirements 558
Application Procedures 559
Tuition and Fees 559
Academic Policies 560
Graduation Requirements 560
Curriculum Outline 561
Postgraduate Certificate—Family Nurse Practitioner 562
Postgraduate Certificate—Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner 563
Postgraduate Certificate—Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner 563
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine 591
Master of Biomedical Sciences (M.B.S.) Program 615
Accreditation 615
Admissions Requirements 615
Application Procedures 615
Schedule of Application for Admission Cycle 615
Technical Standards 615
Tuition and Fees 616
Course Descriptions 618
NSU MD Departments 620
Graduation Requirements 616
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine (NSU MD) Mission, Vision, and Core Values 593
Administration 593
Doctor of Allopathic Medicine (M.D.) Program 594
Accreditations 594
Admissions Requirements 594
Technical Standards for Medical School Admission, Continuation, and Graduation 594
Application Procedures 596
Tuition and Fees 596
Schedule of Application for Admission Cycle 597
Technology Requirements 597
Academics 597
Transfer of Credit 597
Course of Study 597
Curriculum Outline 598
Curriculum Schematic 598
Blocks/Courses and Credit Hours 599
Course Descriptions 603
Elective Course Descriptions 608
Anesthesiology (No Patient Care) 608
Anesthesiology (Direct Patient Care) 608
Emergency Medicine (Direct Patient Care) 608
Family Medicine (Direct Patient Care) 608
Internal Medicine (No Patient Care) 608
Internal Medicine (Direct Patient Care) 609
Neurology (No Patient Care) 610
Neurology (Direct Patient Care) 610
OB-GYN (Direct Patient Care) 610
Ophthalmology (Direct Patient Care) 610
Pediatrics (No Patient Care) 610
Pediatrics (Direct Patient Care) 610
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Direct Patient Care) 611
Psychiatry (No Patient Care) 611
Psychiatry (Direct Patient Care) 611
Radiology (No Patient Care) 611
Radiology (Direct Patient Care) 611
Surgery (Direct Patient Care) 612
Other Clinical (Direct Patient Care) 612
Nonclinical 613
Nondegree Courses 614
Health Professions Division 621
Faculty 621
Emeritus Faculty 623
Full-Time Faculty 624
Adjunct/Affiliated/Clinical/Visiting Faculty 658

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