NSU HPD Catalog 2020-2021

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NSU COVID-19 Return of the Sharks Protocol 5
Resurgence of COVID-19 6
Center for Student Counseling and Well-Being 35
University Health Care Centers 34
Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division (HPD) Library 34
Identification Requirements and Fieldwork Prerequisites 33
Dress Code 33
Immunization Requirements 32
Basic Immunizations 33
Arrangements 33
Failure to Comply 33
Certificate of Physical Examination 32
Veterans Resource Center 32
Enrollment and Student Services 27
The Office of Student Financial Assistance 27
The Office of the University Bursar 29
NSU Student Health Insurance 30
The Office of the University Registrar 30
The One-Stop Shop 31
Policy for Florida In-State Tuition 27
Tuition Credit Policy—Voluntary Withdrawals 26
Background Checks 26
Foreign Coursework 25
Admissions Policy 25
Indebtedness to the University 25
Image Use Statement 24
Campuses 23
University History 23
Health Professions Division Mission Statement 22
Health Professions Division Board of Governors 22
Core Values 21
Nova Southeastern University Mission Statement 21
Vision 2020 Statement 21
Nova Southeastern University Board of Trustees 20
Health Professions Division Administration 20
Letter from the Health Professions Division Chancellor 19
Letter from the NSU Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs 18
Letter from the NSU President/CEO 17
Force Majeure 25
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine 37
Family Therapy Programs 149
Programs Available 149
Vision 149
Mission 149
Course of Study 149
Master’s Degree Program 149
Doctoral Degree Programs 149
Master’s Degree en Route 150
Graduate Certificate in Family Studies 150
Accreditation and Authorization 150
Admissions Requirements—Degree Programs 150
Application Procedures—Degree Programs 150
Admissions Requirements/Application Procedures—Graduate Certificate Programs 151
Graduate Certificate in Family Studies 152
Graduate Certificate in Solution-Focused Coaching 152
Nondegree-Seeking Students 153
Computer Requirements 153
Tuition and Fees 153
Expenses and Financial Aid 153
Transfer of Credits 153
Graduation Requirements 154
Doctoral Programs 154
M.S. Program 154
Curriculum Outlines 155
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Family Therapy 155
Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy 157
Master of Science in Family Therapy 159
Course Descriptions 161
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Departments 178
Graduate Certificate in Health Professions Preparation 145
Program Goals 145
Program Objectives 145
Admissions Requirements 145
Prerequisites 146
Application Procedures 146
Tuition and Fees 146
Technology Requirements 146
Transfer of Credit 147
Graduation Requirements 147
Curriculum Outline 147
Required Courses—Class of 2021 147
Course Descriptions 148
Graduate Certificate in Emergency Medicine Program 143
Course of Study 143
Admissions Requirements 143
International Applicants 143
Tuition and Fees 143
Graduation Requirements 143
Curriculum Outline 144
Course Descriptions 144
Nutrition Program 131
Course of Study 132
Program Mission 132
Program Goals 132
Admissions Requirements 132
Prerequisites 132
Application Procedures 133
Professional Practice Concentration 133
Certified Nutrition Specialists 133
Nondegree-Seeking Students 133
International Applicants 134
Tuition and Fees 134
Transfer of Credits 134
Graduation Requirements 134
Curriculum Requirements 135
Graduate Certificate in Functional Nutrition and Herbal Therapy 135
Curriculum 135
Curriculum Outline 136
Community Nutrition Concentration Requirements 136
Functional Nutrition and Herbal Therapy Concentration Requirements 136
Nutrition Research Concentration Requirements 137
Professional Practice Concentration 137
Sport Nutrition Concentration Requirements 138
Nutrition Elective Courses 138
Course Descriptions 139
Medical Education Program 127
Course of Study 127
Program Learning Objectives 127
Admissions Requirements 128
Application Procedures 128
Nondegree-Seeking Students 128
Tuition and Fees 128
Transfer of Credits 128
Graduation Requirements 129
Curriculum Requirements 129
Curriculum Outline 129
Course Descriptions 129
Disaster and Emergency Management Program 114
Program Overview 114
Program Objectives 114
Course of Study 115
Accreditation 115
Admissions Requirements 115
Application Procedures 116
Nondegree-Seeking Students 116
Tuition and Fees 116
Graduation Requirements 116
Curriculum Outline 117
Core Courses (18 credit hours) 117
Elective Courses (18 credit hours) 117
Course Descriptions 119
Management and Leadership Cluster Core Courses 119
Threats, Hazards, and Impacts Cluster Core Courses 120
General Electives 120
Maritime Safety and Security Concentration Electives 121
Cybersecurity Concentration Electives 121
Criminal Justice Concentration Electives 122
Public Health Concentration Electives 122
Environmental Hazards Concentration Electives 123
Fire Administration Concentration Electives 123
Interprofessional Electives 124
Biomedical Informatics Program 101
Concurrent Degree Programs 102
Program Vision 102
Program Mission 102
Course of Study—Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics 102
Course of Study—Graduate Certificate in Medical Informatics 102
Course of Study—Graduate Certificate in Public Health Informatics 103
Accreditation and Authorization 103
Admissions Requirements 103
Application Procedures 103
Nondegree-Seeking Students 104
Other Degree Options 104
International Applicants 104
Tuition and Fees 104
Transfer of Credits 104
Graduation Requirements 105
Curriculum Requirements 105
Curriculum Outline—Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics 105
Curriculum Outline—Graduate Certificate in Medical Informatics 107
Curriculum Outline—Graduate Certificate in Public Health Informatics 107
Course Descriptions 107
Public Health Program 91
Concurrent Degree Programs 91
Program Vision 91
Program Mission 91
Course of Study 91
Accreditation and Authorization 91
Admissions Requirements 92
Application Procedures 92
Graduate Certificate Programs 93
Admission Requirements/Application Procedures 93
Graduate Certificate in Public Health 94
Graduate Certificate in Health Education 94
Nondegree-Seeking Students 94
Computer Requirements 94
Tuition and Fees 95
Expenses and Financial Aid 95
Graduation Requirements 95
Curriculum Outline 95
Course Descriptions 97
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Program 41
Mission Statement 41
Accreditation 41
An Osteopathic Physician 41
Admissions Requirements 41
Application Procedures 42
Tuition and Fees 42
Schedule of Application for Admission Cycle 43
Technology Requirements 43
Academics 44
Transfer of Credit 44
Course of Study 44
Curriculum Outline 45
Preclinical Required Courses—Classes of 2023 and 2024 45
M1 45
M2 46
Preclinical Electives 47
Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum 47
Preclinical Required Courses—Classes of 2021 and 2022 47
M1 47
M2 48
Preclinical Electives 49
Predoctoral Fellows Curriculum 49
Clinical Education Required Courses—All Classes 50
M3 50
M4 51
Clinical Education Elective Courses 52
M4 52
Preclinical Course Descriptions—Classes of 2023 and 2024 56
Preclinical Course Descriptions—Classes of 2021 and 2022 61
Clinical Course Descriptions—All Classes 66
Affiliated Hospitals 86
Special Academic Programs 86
Osteopathic Principles and Practice Practical Training Sessions 86
Predoctoral Osteopathic Principles and Practice Fellowship 87
KPCOM Student Research Opportunities 87
Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Program 88
The Office of Graduate Medical Education 88
Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine Program 89
Concurrent Degree and Certificate Programs 89
M.P.H. Dedicated Tuition Reduction 89
D.O./D.M.D. Dual-Degree Program 90
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Mission Statement 39
Administration 39
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 39
Graduate Certificate in Social Medicine Program 125
Admissions Requirements 125
Tuition and Fees 125
Curriculum Outline 125
College of Pharmacy 181
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences 228
Admissions Requirements 228
Application Procedures 228
Tuition: Ph.D. Program 229
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 229
International/Student Visa Information 229
Graduation Requirements 230
Program Description 230
Social and Administrative Pharmacy Sequence 230
Overview 230
Course of Study 230
Social and Administrative Pharmacy Curriculum Sequence 231
Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) Sequence 232
Overview 232
Course of Study 232
Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) Curriculum Sequence 232
Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics Sequence 233
Overview 233
Course of Study 233
Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics Curriculum Sequence 234
Ph.D. Program Course Descriptions 235
PHRP (Ph.D. Degree)and HPD Core Classes 235
Ph.D. Program Courses 235
Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical SciencesElective Courses 238
Student Organizations 240
Student Government Association (SGA) 240
Other Organizations and Fraternities 240
College of Pharmacy Faculty 240
Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences 220
Admissions Requirements 220
Application Procedures 220
Program Requirements 221
Tuition: M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Program 221
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 221
Course of Study 222
International/Student Visa Information 222
Graduation Requirements 222
Curriculum Outlines 222
Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics 222
Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) 223
Social and Administrative Pharmacy 223
Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences Course Descriptions 224
PHRM (Master’s Degree) and HPD Core Classes 224
M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Elective Courses 226
Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Affairs 214
Admissions Requirements 214
Application Procedures 214
Foreign Coursework 215
Program Requirements 215
Tuition: M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs Program 215
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 215
Course of Study 216
International/Student Visa Information 216
Graduation Requirements 216
Curriculum Outline 217
Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Affairs Course Descriptions 218
PHRM (Master’s Degree)and HPD Core Classes 218
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Advanced Standing (International Pharmacy Graduates) 194
Admissions Requirements 194
Application Procedures 194
Program Requirements 196
Tuition: Advanced Standing Program 196
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 196
International/Student Visa Information 196
Pharmacy Intern License 196
Graduation Requirements—Advanced Standing 196
Advanced Standing Curriculum Outline 197
Entry-Level and Advanced Standing Course Descriptions 199
PHRE (Elective) Courses 207
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Entry-Level Program 187
Admissions Requirements 187
Application Procedures 187
Foreign Coursework 188
Program Requirements 189
International/Student Visa Information 189
Tuition: Entry-Level Program 189
Fees and Deposit—All Programs 189
Undergraduate/Pharm.D. Dual Admission Program 190
Pharmacy Intern License 190
Course of Study 190
Global Engagement 191
Graduation Requirements—Entry Level 191
Entry-Level Curriculum Outline 191
Mission 183
Vision 183
Values 183
Administration 183
Overview 183
Accreditation 184
Memberships 184
Facilities 184
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 184
Financial Aid 186
Transfer Credits 186
Class Cancellation Policy 187
College of Optometry 241
Mission Statement 243
Administration 243
Optometry 243
Accreditation 243
Admissions Requirements 243
Application Process 244
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 245
Tuition and Fees 246
Financial Aid 246
Undergraduate/O.D. Dual Admission Program 246
Transfer Students 246
Promotion, Suspension, Dismissal, and Readmission 247
Requirements for Graduation 247
Course of Study 247
Extended (Five-Year) Doctor of Optometry Degree 247
Student Organizations 248
Master of Science in Clinical Vision Research Graduate Program 248
Traditional Four-Year Program Curriculum Outline 249
Extended Program Curriculum Outline 252
College of Optometry Course Descriptions 257
Medical Sciences 257
Optometric Basic Sciences 257
Optometry Clinical Education 262
Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences 265
Department of Anesthesia 271
Master of Science in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale 271
Accreditation 271
Mission 271
Vision 271
Admissions Requirements 272
Computer Requirements 273
Application Procedures 273
Personal Interviews 273
Tuition and Fees 273
M.S. in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale Curriculum 274
M.S. in Anesthesia—Fort Lauderdale Course Descriptions 277
Master of Science in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay 280
Accreditation 281
Mission 281
Vision 281
Admissions Requirements 281
Advanced Placement and Transfer of Credits 282
Computer Requirements 282
Application Procedures 282
Personal Interviews 283
Tuition and Fees 283
Jewelry, Body Piercing, and Tattoos 283
Requirements for Graduation 283
M.S. in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay Curriculum 284
M.S. in Anesthesia—Tampa Bay Course Descriptions 286
Master of Science in Anesthesia—Jacksonville 289
Accreditation 290
Mission 290
Vision 290
Admissions Requirements 290
Advanced Placement and Transfer of Credits 291
Computer Requirements 291
Application Procedures 291
Personal Interviews 292
Tuition and Fees 292
Jewelry, Body Piercing, and Tattoos 292
Requirements for Graduation 292
M.S. in Anesthesia—Jacksonville Curriculum 293
M.S. in Anesthesia—Jacksonville Course Descriptions 295
Sources of Additional Information 298
Department of Audiology 299
Audiology Program Overview 299
Accreditation 299
Admissions Requirements 299
Computer Requirements 300
Application Procedures 300
Personal Interviews 300
Tuition and Fees 300
Requirements for Graduation 300
Course of Study: Postbachelor’s Program 301
Curriculum Outline: Postbachelor’s Program 301
Curriculum Outline: UK Program 303
Audiology Course Descriptions 304
Department of Health and Human Performance 308
Department of Health and Human Performance Overview 308
Master of Science in Athletic Training Overview 308
Accreditation Status 308
Admissions Requirements 308
Background Checks 308
Computer Requirements 309
Technical Standards 309
Tuition and Fees 309
Requirements for Graduation 309
The Athletic Training Student Organization (ATSO) 309
Master of Science in Athletic Training Curriculum Outline 310
Master of Science in Athletic Training Course Descriptions 311
Master of Science in Sports Science Overview 313
Admissions Requirements and Application Procedures 313
Computer Requirements 313
Technical Standards 313
Master of Science in Sports Science Curriculum 314
Tuition and Fees 314
Requirements for Graduation 314
Master of Science in Sports Science Course Descriptions 315
Department of Health Science 317
Department of Health Science Overview 317
Computer Requirements 317
Master of Health Science Program for Health Professionals 318
Admissions Requirements 318
Tuition and Fees 319
Application Procedures 319
Graduate Certificate Programs 320
Nondegree-Seeking Application Procedures/Policy 320
Requirements for Graduation 320
Course of Study 321
Continuous Enrollment 321
Continuing Services 321
Curriculum Outline—Master of Health Science Program 321
Generalist Curriculum Courses 321
Concentrations in the Master of Health Science Program 323
Sports Medicine Concentration Curriculum 323
Higher Education Concentration Curriculum 323
Health Law Concentration Curriculum 324
Health Care Risk Management, Patient Safety, and Compliance Concentration Curriculum 325
Health Care Administration Concentration 326
Master of Health Science Course Descriptions 327
Didactic Core Component Courses 327
Elective Courses 328
Practical Components 331
Accelerated Dual-Degree M.H.Sc./D.H.Sc. Program 332
Admissions Requirements 332
Tuition and Fees 332
Application Procedures 332
Computer Requirements 333
Requirements for Graduation 333
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 334
Course of Study 335
Course Descriptions 337
Master of Health Science 337
Doctor of Health Science 338
Doctor of Health Science (D.H.Sc.) Program 342
Admissions Requirements 342
Application Procedures 343
Tuition and Fees 343
Requirements for Graduation 343
D.H.Sc. Curriculum Outline for Students Matriculating on or After Fall 2020 344
Doctor of Health Science Course Descriptions 346
Accelerated Dual-Degree M.H.Sc./Ph.D. in Health Science Program 351
Admissions Requirements 351
Tuition and Fees 352
Application Procedures 352
Transfer Credits 353
Computer Requirements 353
Curriculum Outline 353
Course Descriptions 355
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Health Science Program 358
Admissions Requirements 358
Application Procedures 359
Transfer of Credits 360
Tuition and Fees 360
Requirements for Graduation 360
Computer Requirements 360
Curriculum Outline 360
Doctor of Philosophy in Health Science Course Descriptions 362
Department of Occupational Therapy 366
Master of Occupational Therapy Program Overview 366
Master of Occupational Therapy Accreditation 366
Master of Occupational Therapy Admissions Requirements 366
Master of Occupational Therapy Application Procedures 367
Undergraduate/Occupational Therapy Department Dual Admission Program 368
Tuition and Fees 368
Master of Occupational Therapy Course of Study 368
Requirements for Graduation 369
Master of Occupational Therapy Program Curriculum Outline 369
Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program—Tampa Bay 371
Accreditation 371
Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Admissions Requirements 371
Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Application Procedures 372
Undergraduate/Occupational Therapy Department Dual Admission Program 373
Tuition and Fees 373
Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Course of Study 373
Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program Curriculum Outline 374
Postprofessional Doctoral Programs in Occupational Therapy 376
Doctor of Occupational Therapy (Dr.O.T.) 376
Admissions Requirements 376
Doctoral Tuition and Fees (Dr.O.T.) 377
Requirements for Graduation (Dr.O.T.) 377
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) 377
Course of Study 377
Requirements for Graduation (Ph.D.) 378
Admissions Requirements 378
Doctoral Tuition and Fees (Ph.D.) 378
Application Procedures—Dr.O.T. and Ph.D. 378
Computer Requirements 379
Nonmatriculating Students 379
Occupational Therapy Course Descriptions 379
Department of Physical Therapy 388
Physical Therapy Overview 388
Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) 388
Accreditation Status 388
Admissions Requirements 388
Background Checks 389
Computer Requirements 389
NSU Student Technology Support 390
Technical Standards/Essential Functions of the D.P.T Student 390
Application Procedures 390
Undergraduate/Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Dual Admission Program 391
Tuition and Fees 391
Requirements for Graduation 392
Physical Therapy Student Organizations 392
Fort Lauderdale Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Curriculum Outline 392
Professional D.P.T. Program—Tampa Bay Curriculum Outline 395
Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Course Descriptions 397
Doctor of Physical Therapy Tampa Bay Course Descriptions 406
Postprofessional Doctoral Programs in Physical Therapy 412
Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Therapy (Ph.D.) 413
Curriculum Overview 413
Admissions Requirements 413
Computer Requirements 413
Application Procedures 413
Doctoral Tuition and Fees 414
Requirements for Graduation 414
Course of Study 414
Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Therapy Course Descriptions 415
Department of Physician Assistant 418
Physician Assistant Program—Fort Lauderdale 418
Accreditation 418
Mission Statement 418
Admissions Requirements 418
Computer Requirements 419
Application Procedures 420
Tuition and Fees 420
Academic Promotions and Progression 421
Requirements for Graduation 421
Academic Dismissal in the Physician Assistant Program 421
Readmission Policy in the Physician Assistant Program 421
Course of Study 421
Curriculum Outline for the Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) in Physician Assistant Program—Fort Lauderdale 422
Physician Assistant—Fort Lauderdale Course Descriptions 424
Physician Assistant Program—Fort Myers 428
Accreditation 428
Mission Statement 428
Admissions Requirements 428
Computer Requirements 429
Application Procedures 429
Tuition and Fees 430
Requirements for Graduation 431
Academic Dismissal in the Physician Assistant Program 431
Readmission Policy in the Physician Assistant Program 431
Course of Study 431
Curriculum Outline for the Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) in Physician Assistant Program—Fort Myers 432
Physician Assistant—Fort Myers Course Descriptions 434
Physician Assistant Program—Orlando 437
Accreditation 437
Mission Statement 437
Program Goals 437
Admissions Requirements 437
Application Procedures 438
Tuition and Fees 439
Requirements for Graduation 439
Academic Dismissal in the Physician Assistant Program 439
Remediation Policy 439
Course of Study 440
Curriculum Outline for the Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) in Physician Assistant Program—Orlando 441
Physician Assistant—Orlando Course Descriptions 443
Physician Assistant Program—Jacksonville 447
Accreditation 447
Vision Statement 447
Mission Statement 447
Core Values: DICE 447
Admissions Requirements 447
Computer Requirements 448
Application Procedures 449
Undergraduate/Physician Assistant Dual Admission Program—Jacksonville 449
Tuition and Fees 449
Requirements for Graduation 450
Academic Dismissal in the Physician Assistant Program 450
Readmission Policy in the Physician Assistant Program 450
Course of Study 450
Curriculum Outline for the Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) in Physician Assistant Program—Jacksonville 451
Physician Assistant—Jacksonville Course Descriptions 453
Sources of Additional Information 456
Department of Speech-Language Pathology 457
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology 457
Accreditation 457
Admissions Requirements 457
Application Procedures 457
California State Disclosures 457
Washington State Disclosures 458
Tuition and Fees 458
Requirements for Graduation 458
Background Checks 458
Computer Requirements 458
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Curriculum Outline 459
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Course Descriptions 460
Core Courses 460
Clinic Courses 462
Electives 462
Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D.) Program 464
Program Outcomes 464
Admissions Requirements 464
Application Procedures 464
Tuition and Fees 465
Computer Requirements 465
Requirements for Graduation 465
Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D.) Curriculum Outline(53 credits minimum) 466
Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D.) Course Descriptions 467
Vision 267
Mission 267
Administration 267
Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences Programs 268
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 268
Expenses and Financial Aid 270
Transfer Credits 270
Promotion, Suspension, Dismissal, and Readmission 270
College of Dental Medicine 471
Master of Science Program 520
Admissions Requirements 520
Application Procedures 520
Tuition and Fees 521
Course Descriptions 521
Postdoctoral Programs 506
Postdoctoral Core Courses 506
Postdoctoral Specialties 507
Anticipated Expenses 518
Admissions Requirements—Postdoctoral Programs 518
Application Procedures 519
Postdoctoral Tuition and Fees 519
Predoctoral Program 475
Admissions Requirements 475
Suggested Additional Preparation 475
Transfer of Credit Policy 476
Application Procedures 476
Tuition and Fees 477
Expenses and Financial Aid for Four-Year Predoctoral Programs 477
Mission Statement 473
Administration 473
Dental Medicine 473
Accreditation 473
Facilities 473
Core Performance Standards for Admissions and Progress for all College of Dental Medicine Students and Residents 474
International Dental Graduate Program 478
Admissions Requirements 478
Application Procedures 478
Tuition and Fees 479
Expenses and Financial Aid for Three-Year Predoctoral Programs 479
Policies Related to Academic and Student Affairs 479
Graduation Requirements 479
Course of Study 480
2020–2021 Curriculum Outline 480
College of Dental Medicine Course Descriptions 491
Interdisciplinary Biomedical Sciences 491
Dental Medicine Related Educational Programs 504
Research 505
Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing 523
Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (Ph.D.) 544
Doctor of Nursing Practice to Doctor of Philosophy (D.N.P. to Ph.D.) Program 544
Admissions Requirements 544
Application Procedures 544
Tuition and Fees 545
Academic Policies 545
Graduation Requirements 546
Curriculum Outlines 546
Course Descriptions 548
Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) 536
Bachelor of Science in Nursing to Doctor of Nursing Practice (B.S.N. to D.N.P.) 536
Admissions Requirements 536
Application Procedures 537
Tuition and Fees 537
Academic Policies 538
Graduation Requirements 538
Curriculum Outlines 538
Graduate Nursing Program Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)—Traditional 527
Admissions Requirements 528
Application Procedures 528
Tuition and Fees 529
Academic Policies 529
Graduation Requirements 529
Curriculum Outline 530
Mission Statement 525
Accreditation 525
Program Information 525
College Administration 525
Core Performance Standards for Admission and Progress 526
Graduate Nursing ProgramMaster of Science in Nursing—Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (M.S.N.—A.P.R.N.) 531
Admissions Requirements 531
Application Procedures 532
Tuition and Fees 532
Academic Policies 533
Graduation Requirements 533
Curriculum Outline 534
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine 557
Master of Biomedical Sciences (M.B.S.) Program 570
Accreditation 570
Admissions Requirements 570
Application Procedures 570
Schedule of Application for Admission Cycle 570
Tuition and Fees 570
Dismissal 570
Suspension 571
Graduation Requirements 571
Curriculum Outline 571
Course Descriptions 573
NSU MD Departments 576
Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine (NSU MD) Mission, Vision, and Core Values 559
Administration 559
Doctor of Allopathic Medicine (M.D.) Program 560
Accreditations 560
Admissions Requirements 560
Technical Standards for Medical School Admission, Continuation, and Graduation 560
Application Procedures 562
Tuition and Fees 562
Schedule of Application for Admission Cycle 563
Technology Requirements 563
Academics 563
Transfer of Credit 563
Course of Study 563
Curriculum Outline 564
Curriculum Schematic 564
Blocks/Courses and Credit Hour 565
Course Descriptions 567
Health Professions Division 577
Faculty 577
Emeritus Faculty 579
Full-Time Faculty 580
Adjunct/Affiliated/Clinical/Visiting Faculty 613
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