Pre-medical Post-Baccalaureate Program

UNIVERSITY : Rockhurst University, MO

COURSE : Pre-medical Post-Baccalaureate Program

DURATION :

Pre-medical Post-Baccalaureate Program

Overview

The Pre-Medical Post-Baccalaureate Program is intended for those students who have completed a baccalaureate program, usually in a non-science area, and who now desire to come back to school to fulfill their science requirements for medical school. This program is applicable to those preparing for either the allopathic (MD) or osteopathic (DO) medical schools. The requirements do not differ.
This program is not intended as a remedial program for students who have taken all or many of the required courses, but who need to improve their scores, either GPA or MCAT scores. It is not an "MCAT prep" course.
The applicant will be a strong student, one who will probably be competitive in a medical school application. Therefore, one`s collegiate grades are generally "B" or better. There are no strict cut-off grades for admission to the program. Rockhurst prides itself on individual attention to each student; hence many factors will go into one`s acceptance into this program.

 

Physical Therapy (Master)

UNIVERSITY : Clark College, WA

COURSE : Physical Therapy

DURATION :

Physical Therapy

Overview

Physical therapy is a professional program completed at a university. Many PT programs are Masters level programs. Students are encouraged to consult the university of their choice as early as possible to be able to plan their coursework at Clark College accordingly. Local programs include Pacific University, Eastern Washington University, University of Puget Sound and University of Washington.

• First Year

BIOL

231

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4 credits

BIOL

232

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

4 credits

BIOL

233

Human Anatomy and Physiology III

4 credits

CHEM

111

Integrated Chemistry *

5 credits

or

131

General Inorganic Chemistry

5 credit

CHEM

112

Integrated Chemistry *

5 credits

CHEM

132

General Inorganic Chemistry

5 credits

CHEM

133

General Inorganic Chemistry *

4 credits

CHEM

135

Intro to Quantitative Inorganic Analysis *

2 credits

MATH

203

Descriptive Statistics

3 credits

or

111

College Algebra

5 credits

PSYC

101

General Psychology

5 credits

 

 

Health Requirement

2 credits

 

 

Physical Education Activity

1 credits

 

 

Social Science Requirements

10 credits

 

Second Yea


    BIOL

    201

    Evolution and Ecology

    5 credits

    BIOL

    202

    Biochemistry, Molecular Genetics and Development

    5 credits

    BIOL

    240

    Microbiology *

    5 credits

    CHEM

    211

    Organic Chemistry *

    5 credits

    CHEM

    212

    Organic Chemistry *

    5 credit

    CMST

    101

    Public Speaking

    3 credits

    or

    201

    Small Group Communication

    3 credits

    or

    211

    Interpersonal Communication

    3 credits

    ENGL

    101

    English Composition

    5 credits

    ENGL

    102

    English Composition

    5 credits

    PHYS

    101

    General Physics

    5 credits

    PHYS

    102

    General Physics

    5 credits

    PHYS

    103

    General Physics

    5 credits

    SOC

    101

    General Sociology

    5 credits

     

     

    Humanities Requirements

    15 credits

     

     

    M.S. in Medical Technology

    UNIVERSITY : Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ

    COURSE : M.S. in Medical Technology

    DURATION :

    M.S. in Medical Technology

    Overview

    This program is offered under the auspices of the Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health, University College: Arts • Sciences • Professional Studies, Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck, New Jersey.

    Admission Requirements

    1. Graduation from an accredited college or university.
    2. Grade point ratio (GPR) of 3.00 or higher.
    3. Bachelor of Science in medical technology or in biology.
    4. Twelve- to 15-month clinical training program in the undergraduate curriculum.
    5. Registration as Medical Technologist of the American Society for Clinical Pathology and two years of clinical experience. (The latter may be completed concurrently with course work, in which case full matriculation for the degree is not permitted until the two full years of experience are presented.)
    6. Undergraduate courses in statistics (inferential and descriptive).
    7. Three letters of recommendation (academic/professional).
    8. An essay on one of two topics: “Why did you choose graduate education?” or “What do you plan to do with your master of science degree?”

    Applicants who have not completed all requirements for admission to the degree program may be permitted to enroll in classes for credit on a nonmatriculated or nondegree basis.

     

    Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Health Policy & Mgnt (HPM)

    UNIVERSITY : Florida International University, FL

    COURSE : Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Health Policy and Management (HPM)

    DURATION :

    Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Health Policy and Management (HPM)

    Overview

    The Master of Public Health with a specialization in HPM focuses onbroad issues in health policy and management for individuals enteringthe field of Public Health.

     

    Master of Science in medical-surgical nursing

    UNIVERSITY : Gannon University, PA

    COURSE : Master of Science in medical-surgical nursing

    DURATION :

    Master of Science in medical-surgical nursing

    Overview

    The master`s degree in medical-surgical nursing offers students the opportunity to function as a clinical specialist in health promotion and restoration in acute or rehabilitative services. Students choose relevant concepts to explore in depth with specified groups of clients and use current research findings, theory and advanced practice skills in order to provide comprehensive nursing care. A variety of clinical sites are used as students meet the challenge of investigating innovative methods of assisting clients to achieve their potential and work toward restoring and/or maintaining health.

    As technological advances facilitate earlier discharge from acute care agencies, nurses have the responsibility of follow-up care and teaching clients in different locations. Role courses in this specialty area allow students to develop expertise as a clinical specialist, educator or administrator. Advanced clinical practice with individuals and families, and leadership in investigation of those factors which enhance health and quality of life, are integral components of the medical-surgical focus.

    Modules

    At the conclusion of the program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Nursing, the student:

    1. Synthesizes theory and research from nursing, the biopsychosocial sciences, and humanities to provide advanced nursing care to clients of diverse cultures;
    2. Is proficient in the utilization of research findings and provides clinical expertise for conducting research, including collaborating in nursing research projects;
    3. Implements the advanced practice roles of teacher, researcher, advocate, clinician, consultant, collaborator, and manager of systems;
    4. Provides leadership to influence change in health care practice at local, regional, and/or national levels;
    5. Articulates and differentiates the discipline of nursing from other professions within the health care system;
    6. Has developed and will maintain a program for continued professional growth;
    7. Actively engages in collaborative relationships with other health care professionals, providers, and consumers to help improve health care; and
    8. Has acquired a foundation for doctoral study.
     

    Animal Sciences (M.S.)

    UNIVERSITY : Kansas State University, KS

    COURSE : Animal Sciences (M.S.)

    DURATION :

    Animal Sciences (M.S.)

    Overview

    The Department of Animal Sciences and Industry is a comprehensive unit supported by about 50 faculty devoted to research, teaching, and extension activities related to domestic farm animals species. Currently, the department has approximately 700 undergraduate students advised in the department and about 75 graduate students pursuing both M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.

    For graduate training, the department has animal research and teaching units located conveniently to the main campus. Those units include sheep, poultry, purebred beef, dairy, swine, and horse teaching and research units and the beef, forage, range and cow-calf research units. In addition, laboratories in both Call and Weber Halls contain state-of-the-art equipment that allow the student access to most analytical techniques required for their research.

    Graduate training in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry is organized within six functional discipline groups including animal breeding and genetics, food science, meat science, monogastric nutrition, physiology, and ruminant nutrition.

     

    Veterinary Biomedical Science (M.S.)

    UNIVERSITY : Kansas State University, KS

    COURSE : Veterinary Biomedical Science (M.S.)

    DURATION :

    Veterinary Biomedical Science (M.S.)

    Overview

    The Masters of Veterinary Biomedical Science Degree is a College of Veterinary Medicine -based program leading to an MS degree. Graduate study may be inter-disciplinary or focused in one of the three participating disciplines: Anatomy & Physiology; Clinical Sciences; Pathobiology. Each student’s program will be designed by his/her supervisory committee to support the student’s thesis project, educational and career goals.

     

    Clinical Counseling Psychology (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : La Salle University, PA

    COURSE : Clinical Counseling Psychology

    DURATION :

    Clinical Counseling Psychology

    Overview

    La Salle University offers a Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology. Students choose a course of study within one of thefollowing programs:

    Marriage and Family Therapy Program

    Marriageand Family Therapists evaluate and treat mental and emotional disordersand other health and behavioral problems, and address a wide array ofrelationship issues within the context of the individual and/or thefamily system. It prepares students for licensed employment in avariety of clinical settings including private practice.

    Professional Counseling Program

    ThisProgram grounds students in counseling and psychological theory andprovides training in assessment and treatment to prepare them to belicensed professional counselors. Education and training is orientedtoward the adoption of a client-centered, rather than illness-centeredapproach. Students in this program choose one of 3 majors.

     

    Medicine (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Muskingum College, OH

    COURSE : Medicine

    DURATION :

    Medicine

    Overview

    Muskingum University has a long history of preparing students for the health professions, providing excellent preparation for students seeking to enter professional schools in such areas as medicine, osteopathic medicine, dentistry, optometry, veterinary medicine, chiropractic medicine, and physical therapy. At Muskingum, preparation for careers in healthcare is an integral part of an education that encourages intellectual, spiritual, social, and physical development in all students.

    Students planning to pursue healthcare careers will:

    • complete requirements of an appropriate degree program such as biology, chemistry, molecular biology, or neuroscience.
    • complete requirements of the Liberal Arts Essentials curriculum.
    • complete the prerequisite course work for the appropriate graduate or professional school.

    Most pre-health professions students major in chemistry, biology, molecular biology and/or neuroscience, though students can also major in any area of study, while making sure all the required courses for gaining admission to the health professional school are completed. The minimum required courses for all health science programs are basic chemistry, biology, physics and math courses. Additional upper-level biology and chemistry courses are desirable, as they will help to prepare students for some of the standardized exams (ex: MCAT for medical school, DAT for dentistry) which are part of the admissions requirements into the health professions schools. It is desirable to have this coursework completed at the end of the junior year because the standardized exams are generally taken during the summer between the junior and senior years.

    Pre-health students are also encouraged to participate in related internships to gain clinical experience and/or research experience. Muskingum University provides internship opportunities through the Institution’s Muskie Fellows Program; additionally, the College maintains a database of internship activities of current and past students. This information can serve as a guide for interested students. Such activities demonstrate scholarly, in-depth and lifelong learning skills, which are valued by admissions committees of health professional schools. Clinical experience through volunteer work is also highly recommended.

    At Muskingum, faculty advisors work closely with students interested in the health professions, providing guidance and mentoring by:

    • Suggesting guidelines and timetables for students to successfully complete prerequisite coursework and other requirements relating to individual fields.
    • Advising students about extracurricular activities desirable for admission to health professions schools such as community service, shadowing experience, research internships and leadership roles.
    • Sponsoring guest speakers such as medical alumni, and research scientists
    • Assisting students with preparation of their professional school application materials, and advising them about personal essays and interviews.
     

    Microbiology MS

    UNIVERSITY : North Dakota State University,Fargo, ND

    COURSE : Microbiology MS

    DURATION :

    Microbiology MS

    Overview

    The Department of Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences offers graduate study leading to the M.S. degree in Microbiology and the Ph.D. degree in Molecular Pathogenesis. Faculty in the department offer expertise in pathogenic microbiology, virology, immunology, epidemiology, microbial genetics, bacterial physiology and food microbiology. The Master`s in Microbiology emphasizes research methodology and laboratory techniques. The Ph.D. in Molecular Pathogenesis is a comprehensive program that integrates microbial genetics, mechanisms of pathogen-host interaction and cellular immunology to better understand the molecular basis of disease. Graduate students have access to state-of-the-art technology including automated DNA sequencing facilities, microarray capabilities and flow cytometry. NDSU`s Biotechnology Institute includes a cell biology center and electron microscopy laboratory. Departmental faculty members also participate in the Cellular and Molecular Biology, Genomics, Natural Resource Management and Food Safety graduate programs.

     

    Pre-Osteopathic & Allopathic Therapy (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Northwest Missouri State University

    COURSE : Pre-Osteopathic & Allopathic Therapy

    DURATION :

    Pre-Osteopathic & Allopathic Therapy

    Overview

    All first-year students at Northwest are enrolled according to major in a one-hour class called Freshman Seminar. As a pre-professional student, you will meet weekly with other pre-professional students and a professor who understands your specialized needs. Although many students don’t realize it, no college has an official Pre-med, Pre-optometry or Pre-physical therapy major. In effect, students follow a recommended course of study, often in an area of biology, chemistry or both, and then apply for admission into the professional program of their choice. Pre-professional programs at Northwest fall into two categories. Some lead the student to earn a bachelor’s degree, then continue in graduate study. Others give the student on average approximately two years of training before they are eligible to transfer to another college or university to obtain a bachelor’s degree in their field.

     

    Pre-Veterinary Medicine (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Northwest Missouri State University

    COURSE : Pre-Veterinary Medicine

    DURATION :

    Pre-Veterinary Medicine

    Overview

    The Department of Agriculture places special emphasis on creating a climate that is conducive to learning. The faculty possess a genuine concern and a high commitment to the educational achievement of their students. Our primary goal is to educate our graduates to successfully meet the challenges of a career in agriculture, while instilling in them a desire and curiosity for life-long learning.

    The department offers an excellent course curriculum for each major, undergraduate research opportunities, internship programs, a wide range of professional and social student organizations and hands-on experiences in living laboratories to expand the student’s horizons beyond the classroom.

     

    Medical Administrative Assistant (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Northwest Missouri State University

    COURSE : Medical Administrative Assistant

    DURATION :

    Medical Administrative Assistant

    Overview

    The Department of Biological Sciences offers quality undergraduate educational opportunities that provide students with a rich collegiate experience and the technical and intellectual skills necessary for competence in their chosen fields. Given the continuous technological advances being made, the department provides students with exposure to many of the scientifically based technological changes. The traditional classroom setting is complemented by laboratory classes and practical field experiences, which enable a student to put into immediate practice those concepts and understandings gained in the classroom.

    The department stresses the importance of critical thinking to its students and emphasizes the ability of students to logically collect, collate, analyze and interpret information. These abilities, further strengthen the concept of the scientific theory. Students are encouraged to develop their methods of communication through the written and spoken word, the use of available technology and through visual means. The department encourages undergraduates to become active in undergraduate research projects and thereby become creators and consumers of knowledge.

     

    Pre-Medicine (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Oklahoma City University,OK

    COURSE : Pre-Medicine

    DURATION :

    Pre-Medicine

    Overview

    We have a small number of majors in biology, biochemistry and chemistry, annually about 80 total students. The total number of majors may vary widely from year to year, and is affected by several factors: the number of new freshmen and transfer students, the number of graduating students, and by the number of students who change majors. Many first year students who declare pre-medicine as their course of study change their plans. They decide to pursue a master`s or doctoral degree program, or change to dentistry, pharmacy, or some other health profession field. Some entering students list a science major because they honestly don`t know what to list and find pre-medicine a more glamorous alternative to "undeclared." Many of these students change to other majors once they determine what they really want to do. In addition, it is difficult to answer these questions because not all pre-medicine students are science majors &endash; we have had students major in music and other non-science fields who have completed pre-medicine requirements in conjunction with their other course work. Like all undergraduate programs, our student numbers are also impacted by students who leave school altogether, by students who transfer elsewhere, and even by those who leave and later return to complete their studies. All of these factors together affect our numbers and the number of students who go on to matriculate in a medical program. In some recent years all of our graduates who have applied to medical school have been accepted. But in other recent years that proportion has been much lower. The bottom line is that when you have small numbers of students it may be inaccurate at best, and misleading at worst, to use annual percentages in characterizing student successes.

     

    Pharmacy MS

    UNIVERSITY : Oregon State University OREGON

    COURSE : Pharmacy MS

    DURATION :

    Pharmacy MS

    Overview

    Graduate Areas of Concentration

    Biopharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, natural products chemistry,pharmaceutics, pharmacoeconomics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacology,toxicology

    Theemphasis of most graduate programs is on the basic science applicationsof drug discovery, chemistry, mechanism of action, molecular biology,genomics, metabolism, and dosage form design.

    Faculty in the department are involved in identification of newdrugs from the ocean and other biological sources, biochemicaltoxicology, and drug metabolism studies; the design and development ofnew drug delivery and dosage forms; and studies on the clinicalefficacy and distribution of drugs through the body as a function ofdosing regimen or dosage form. They are using biochemical and molecularbiological techniques to investigate signal transduction pathwaysmediated by phospholipids and retinoids; electrophysiologicalapproaches to studying ion channel function; and the molecular biologyof nuclear receptors and factors regulating gene expression.

     

     

    Veterinary Science MS

    UNIVERSITY : Oregon State University OREGON

    COURSE : Veterinary Science MS

    DURATION :

    Veterinary Science MS

    Overview

    Graduate Areas of Concentration

    Anatomy, clinical sciences, immunology, laboratory animal medicine,microbiology, pharmacology, parasitology, pathology, physiology, andtoxicology, as these fields pertain to veterinary medicine.

    TheCollege of Veterinary Medicine offers a program of graduate study toobtain the Master of Science (MS) degree in Veterinary Science. Bothveterinarians and non-veterinarians are eligible. Enrolled studentswill be expected to specialize in a subdiscipline under the guidance ofa suitable mentor. A minor is not required.

    Goals

    The student in the MS program should:

    1. Develop research experience and skills in areas including experimental design, performance of studies, and analysis of data.
    2. Learn to communicate scientific knowledge through seminars and publications
    3. Attain proficiency and a depth of knowledge in a subject of interest
    4. Uphold high professional and ethical standards

    Prerequisites

    Candidates are encouraged, but not required, toidentify a suitable mentor prior to admission. Candidates shouldpossess a broad undergraduate background in biological sciences,including successful completion of undergraduate course work in generalphysics, general and organic chemistry, and a year of collegemathematics, including calculus. Deficiencies in these areas do notpreclude acceptance, but may lengthen the time required to complete thedegree program. Candidates wishing to study the subdisciplines oflaboratory animal medicine or clinical sciences should have completedor be near completion of a DVM degree or equivalent.

    Admission

    The student must be accepted for graduate study bythe College of Veterinary Medicine and the Oregon State UniversityGraduate School. The application should include a statement of interestin the field. The GRE test is not required, but GRE scores includedwith an application will be considered with that application.

    Program of Study

    Because of the diversity of disciplines,candidates have considerable leeway in formulating their course ofstudy. Candidates should work closely with their major professors indeveloping a suitable plan, which should be submitted by the beginningof the second term of residence. The plan is signed by the majorprofessor (and minor professor, if the student elects to complete aminor) and submitted to the Research Committee of the College ofVeterinary Medicine for preliminary approval, and through the Office ofthe Dean to the Graduate School for final approval. Once officiallyapproved, such a program becomes binding on both the institution andthe candidate, and may not be changed without mutual consent.

    The student should also form a graduate committee by the conclusionof the first term of study. This committee provides guidance in courseselection and project completion, and is also the examining committeeat the conclusion of the program. The committee should have at leastthree members of the graduate faculty, including at least two from themajor field of study and one from the minor field of study, if any.

    Courses

    Thediversity of disciplines precludes the implementation of rigid courserequirements. The student must complete a minimum of 45 term credits,and maintain a grade point average of 3.00 (B) or better in coursesrelated to the major field of study. If a minor field of study iselected, the student must complete a minimum of 15 term credits (of the45) in that minor field, and also maintain a grade point average of3.00 (B) in that minor field. Grades below 2.00 (C) are not acceptedfor graduate credit. No more than 6 total credits of blanket-numberedcourses can be included in the program.

    1. Statistics At least one course in introductory, graduate-level statistics, such as ST 511, Methods of Data Analysis (4 credits)
    2. Core and Related Course Work: At least 23credits of classroom work focused on the major field of study orrelated disciplines. These courses may come from any department, aslong as they enhance the candidate’s understanding of the basicresearch problem. The statistics requirement above cannot count towardthese 23 credits.
    3. The student may elect to complete a minor field of study byconcentrating at least 15 credits of course work in a specificdiscipline. These can overlap with the 23 required classroom credits,pending approval of the major professor and the Research Committee.
    4. Thesis: A maximum of 12 credits of creditmay be granted for thesis research and preparation for studentscompleting a thesis MS (VMC 503)
    5. Research and Seminar: A maximum of 6 credits may be granted for research (VMC 501), Reading and Conference (VMC 505), and Seminar (VMB 507).

    Other Requirements

    1. Seminar: All students are required to enroll inthe VMB 507 Seminar for 3 terms a year, for a maximum of 6 credits. Theseminar courses involve attendance at the College of VeterinaryMedicine’s Research in Progress Seminar series, as well as otherpertinent seminars at the college and around campus. Additionally, thestudent is required to present one seminar during each year of study.Usually, this involves a review of their research problem in the firstyear, and progress reports of their research in subsequent years.

    2. The Research Problem: In addition to theirclassroom education, each student is expected to pursue an originalresearch problem pertinent to the major field of study. Selection ofthe research problem should be done after careful consultation with themajor professor. In general, the problem should be one of interest inthe field of veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences and thesupervising professor should be based in the College of VeterinaryMedicine. However, if the student wishes to pursue a problem ofinterest to veterinary medicine, but outside of the scope of interestof professors within the college, the student may select a dual majorprofessor, with one coming from another department on campus. Sucharrangements must be approved by the Research Committee of the Collegeof Veterinary Medicine. The research problem should be defined as soonas possible. Normally, two terms of major effort are required tocomplete study of a research problem for an MS degree. The collegeallows the major professor and the candidate to determine whether theresearch program should conclude with the presentation of a formalthesis or a non-thesis research report, which includes a literaturereview of the subject and one or more publications submitted to arefereed journal. In either case, eventual publication of the findingsis expected.

    3. Final Examination: The master’s degreeprogram is culminated by the formal presentation of a thesis orresearch report to an examining committee and the faculty prior to afinal oral examination. Outlines for preparation and submission of thethesis and conduct of the final examination are available from theGraduate School.

     

    Medical Physics MS

    UNIVERSITY : Oregon State University OREGON

    COURSE : Medical Physics MS

    DURATION :

    Medical Physics MS

    Overview

    Graduate Areas of Concentration

    Medical health physics, therapeutic radiologic physics

    Theprograms consist of a minimum of 45 credits, 39 of which must bedidactic. The following courses are required and the remaining creditscan be compiled of any 500- or 600-level course taught in thedepartment or from outside the department if approved by your advisor.A comprehensive oral exam must be passed to complete the degree. MSstudents, in addition to the exam, must present their work to acommittee of graduate faculty.

     

     

    Veterinary Medicine (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Oregon State University OREGON

    COURSE : Veterinary Medicine

    DURATION :

    Veterinary Medicine

    Overview

    Graduation Requirements

    To be awarded the Doctor of VeterinaryMedicine degree, candidates must have passed all required courses inthe veterinary curriculum, have a minimum of a 2.00 grade-point averagein the veterinary curriculum, satisfactorily complete a senior paperand a required veterinary procedures list.

    Preveterinary Curriculum

    Typical preveterinary curriculum atOregon State University follows. Oregon State University courses thatwill meet the preveterinary academic requirements:

    • ANS 311. Principles of Animal Nutrition (3)
    • ANS 314. Animal Physiology (4)
    • or Z 331. Human Anatomy and Physiology (3)
    • BI 211, BI 212, BI 213. *Principles of Biology (4,4,4)
    • BB 450 and BB 451. General Biochemistry (4,3)
    • BI 311. Genetics (4) or ANS 378. Animal Genetics (4)
    • CH 121, CH 122, CH 123. General Chemistry (5,5,5) or CH 221, CH 222, CH 223. *General Chemistry (5,5,5)
    • CH 331, CH 332. Organic Chemistry (4,4)
    • MTH 111. *College Algebra (4)
    • and MTH 112. *Elementary Functions (4)
    • and MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4)
    • PH 201, PH 202. *General Physics (5,5)
    • ST 351. Intro to Statistical Methods (4)
    • English Writing (6)
    • Humanities/Social Sciences (12)
    • Public Speaking (3)
    • Upper-Division Physical and Biological Sciences (6)
    • Upper-Division Biological Sciences with Lab (6)

    Modules

    First Year

    Fall (18)

    • VMB 709. Veterinary Medicine Orientation (1)
    • VMB 711. Veterinary Gross Anatomy (4)
    • VMB 714. Veterinary Microscopic Anatomy (4)
    • VMB 717. Veterinary Physiology (5)
    • VMB 740. Veterinary Integrative Problem Solving (1)
    • VMC 738. Introduction to Animal Care (3)

    Winter (17)

    • VMB 712. Veterinary Gross Anatomy (4)
    • VMB 715. Veterinary Microscopic Anatomy (3)
    • VMB 716. Veterinary Neurosciences (4)
    • VMB 718. Veterinary Physiology (5)
    • VMB 741. Veterinary Integrative Problem Solving (1)

    Spring (19)

    • VMB 713. Veterinary Gross Anatomy (4)
    • VMB 719. Veterinary Physiology (4)
    • VMB 720. Veterinary Immunology (5)
    • VMB 721. Veterinary Pathology (5)
    • VMB 742. Veterinary Integrative Problem Solving (1)

    Second Year

    Fall (20 credits)

    • VMB 750. Systemic Pathology I (4)
    • VMB 753. Veterinary Virology (4)
    • VMB 759. Veterinary Bacteriology and Mycology (5)
    • VMB 760. Veterinary Parasitology (5)
    • VMB 761. Veterinary Pharmacology (2)

    Winter (18 credits)

    • VMB 751. Systemic Pathology II (5)
    • VMB 762. Veterinary Pharmacology II (4)
    • VMB 763. Veterinary Clinical Pathology (4)
    • VMC 764. Diagnostic Imaging (5)

    Spring (21 credits)

    • VMB 765. Veterinary Toxicology (4)
    • VMC 725. Principles of Surgery (4)
    • VMC 739. Veterinary Medical Ethics (1)
    • VMB 766. Veterinary Medicine and Public Health (3)
    • VMB 767. Veterinary Epidemiology (3)
    • VMC 768. Principles of Anesthesia (4)
    • VMC 769. General Medicine (2)

    Third Year

    Fall (21)

    • VMC 770. Large Animal Medicine I (4)
    • VMC 773. Medicine Laboratory I (1)
    • VMC 776. Small Animal Medicine I (5)
    • VMC 783. Theriogenology I (4)
    • VMC 785. Small Animal Surgery (7)

    Winter (19–21)

    • VMC 774. Medicine Laboratory II (1)
    • VMB 775. Practice Management (2)
    • VMC 724. Large Animal Surgery (6)
    • VMC 771. Large Animal Medicine II (4)
    • VMC 777. Small Animal Medicine II (5)
    • VMC 786. Animal Behavior (1)

    Electives (0–3)

    Spring (16–19)

    • VMB 728. Special Animal Medicine (4)
    • VMB 745. Communications for Veterinarians (1)
    • VMC 772. Large Animal Medicine III (4)
    • VMC 778. Small Animal Medicine III (5)
    • VMC 784. Theriogenology II (2)
    • VMC 787. Third-Year Clinics (1)

    Electives (0–3)

    Fourth Year

    Required Blocks

    • VMB 795. Diagnostic Services (5)
    • VMC 732. Clinical Medicine I (6)
    • VMC 734. Clinical Surgery I (6)
    • VMC 735. Rural Veterinary Practice I (6)
    • VMC 737. Veterinary Anesthesiology (4)
    • VMC 780. Veterinary Medical Preceptorship (4)
    • VMC 782. Emergency Care (1)
    • VMC 791. Clinical Small Animal Medicine (6)
    • VMC 793. Clinical Small Animal Surgery (6)
    • VMC 794. OHS Small Animal Primary Care (3)
    • VMC 796. Clinical Imaging (3)
    • VMC 797. Small Animal Emergency (1)[Becomes "Small Animal Critical Care" in summer 2010, per #79024]

    Additional electives required (3rd and 4th year) (9)

    Two weeks of the following specialty courses are required:

    • VMC 711. Clinical Cardiology (1)
    • VMC 712. Clinical Oncology (1)

    Total of all requirements and electives (64)

    Elective Blocks (9 credits required)

    • VMB 726. Pet Bird and Small Mammal Medicine and Surgery (2)
    • VMB 727. Ornamental Fish Medicine (2)
    • VMB 729. Lab Animal/Primate Medicine and Surgery (2)
    • VMB 749. Wildlife Safari (2)
    • VMB 768. Basic Histopathology (1)
    • VMB 772. International Veterinary Medicine (2)
    • VMB 786. Advanced Histopathology (1)
    • VMC 721. Small Animal Clinical Nutrition (1)
    • VMC 726. Small Animal Theriogenology (1)
    • VMC 727. Advanced Small Animal Surgery (2)
    • VMC 731. Small Animal Emergency Care-Dove Lewis (3)
    • VMC 740. Sheep and Goat Medicine and Surgery (3)
    • VMC 741. Large Animal GI Surgery (2)
    • VMC 742. Camelid Medicine and Surgery (3)
    • VMC 743. Advanced Equine Reproduction (3)
    • VMC 744. Advanced Lameness in Equine (3)
    • VMC 746. Caine Center Food Animal Medicine (6)
    • VMC 747. Veterinary Anesthesiology II (3)
    • VMC 748. Equine Dentistry (2)
    • VMC 751. Ruminant Nutrition (2)
    • VMC 752. Clinical Large Animal Medicine II (3–6)
    • VMC 754. Clinical Large Animal Surgery II (3)
    • VMC 755. Rural Veterinary Practice II (3–6)
    • VMC 758. Cattle Production Medicine (4)
    • VMC 759. Large Animal Palpation (1)
    • VMC 763. Advanced Clinical Cardiology (1)
    • VMC 779. Equine and Canine Sports Medicine (2)
    • VMC 789. Pet Practice (3)
    • VMC 792. Clinical Small Animal Medicine II (3)
    • VMC 798. Clinical Small Animal Surgery II (3–6)

     

     

    Medical Physics MMP (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Oregon State University OREGON

    COURSE : Medical Physics MMP

    DURATION :

    Medical Physics MMP

    Overview

    Graduate Areas of Concentration

    Medical health physics, therapeutic radiologic physics

    Theprograms consist of a minimum of 45 credits, 39 of which must bedidactic. The following courses are required and the remaining creditscan be compiled of any 500- or 600-level course taught in thedepartment or from outside the department if approved by your advisor.A comprehensive oral exam must be passed to complete the degree. MSstudents, in addition to the exam, must present their work to acommittee of graduate faculty.

     

     

    Residency in Medical Physics (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Rush University ILLINOIS

    COURSE : Residency in Medical Physics

    DURATION :

    Residency in Medical Physics

    Overview

    The primary purpose of this postdoctoral training program is to provide specialized research, instruction and clinical training in cancer radiation treatment-related areas of medical physics. Candidates applying for this program should have a doctoral degree in physics, engineering or computer science, and have demonstrated ability to perform high quality research. Another important purpose of this program is to provide the trainees with sufficient academic and clinical experience so that they can become eligible for certification by the American Board of Radiology, in one or more branches of medical radiological physics.

     

    Master of Science Applicants in Clinical Laboratory Sciences

    UNIVERSITY : Rush University ILLINOIS

    COURSE : Master of Science Applicants in Clinical Laboratory Sciences

    DURATION :

    Master of Science Applicants in Clinical Laboratory Sciences

    Overview

    Applicants must complete the pre-professional requirements. An overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale is required. Three letters of recommendation must be submitted with the admission application. Students are accepted at the beginning of fall and, space permitting, winter quarters. Fall admission is recommended. In addition to fulfillment of academic requirements, a personal interview, conducted by members of the Admission Committee, is required for admission. Interviews are behaviorally-oriented and take about an hour. Questions focus on commitment, problem solving ability, team interaction and initiative. Applicants are asked for life experience situations in which these behavioral characteristics are demonstrated. At the time of the interview, each applicant may be asked to write a short essay. Essays are evaluated for grammar, spelling, content and overall quality of written communication. Applications are ranked on the basis of grades in prerequisite courses, references, interview results and the written essay.

     

     

    Occupational Therapy (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Shenandoah University, VA

    COURSE : Occupational Therapy

    DURATION :

    Occupational Therapy

    Overview

    All students, upon graduation from the SUDivision of Occupational Therapy (SUDOT), will receive a Master ofScience in Occupational Therapy. SUDOT is in compliance with theStandards for an Accredited Educational Program for the OccupationalTherapist from theAccreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE®). Our next full accreditation review is in 2010-2011.

     

    Juris Doctor (JD) (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : University of Arkansas at Little Rock

    COURSE : Juris Doctor (JD)

    DURATION :

    Juris Doctor (JD)

    Overview

    The UALR William H. Bowen School of Law provides a high quality legal education that equips students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical concepts to not only function as competent attorneys, public officials, business persons, and other professionals, but also to think critically about the efficacy of the law and legal institutions and to work for their improvement.

    The UALR School of Law grants the Juris Doctor (JD) degree.

    • Full-time students usually graduate in six semesters (three years).
    • Part-time students usually graduate in eight semesters (four years).
    • All students must complete degree requirements within seven years.

    To receive the degree, students must:

    • Satisfactorily complete all required courses and related requirements;
    • Satisfactorily complete courses totaling 90 credit hours;
    • Graduate with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (C-) or better on a 4.0 scale.
    • At least 75 percent of the course work presented to meet the requirements of the degree must be a "C-" or higher grade.
    • No more than 8 credit hours may be in “co-curricular” courses.
    • Course credits earned outside the School of Law may not be applied toward the hours required for graduation, except as provided for the joint degree programs, or
    • as taken at other law schools and pre-approved by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
     

    Physician Assistant (M.S.)

    UNIVERSITY : University Of Bridgeport, CT

    COURSE : Physician Assistant (M.S.)

    DURATION :

    Physician Assistant (M.S.)

    Overview

    The University of Bridgeport is pleased to announce its new Master of Science-Physician Assistant program.

    This exciting, twenty eight month program will admit only one classin January each year and will include courses throughout that period.The first fourteen months is spent mainly in didactic classroomexperiences, while the second fourteen months focuses on experientialclinical rotations in hospital and various outpatient settings.

    The program will be housed in the UB’s Division of Health Sciencesand will prepare students for the practice of medicine as PhysicianAssistants. Our curriculum is designed to educate students inpreparation to pass the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam (PANCE), which confers authority to practice medicine as a Physician Assistant.

     

    Master of Science Degree in Dental Hygiene

    UNIVERSITY : University Of Bridgeport, CT

    COURSE : Master of Science Degree in Dental Hygiene

    DURATION :

    Master of Science Degree in Dental Hygiene

    Overview

    The Master of Science Degree in Dental Hygiene at the University ofBridgeport – Fones School of Dental Hygiene is a strong quality basedgraduate program that prepares dental hygienists for leadership rolesin education, administration, public health, and dental hygienepractice. The curriculum is offered to students as an online program oras a campus program. The MSDH is designed for students to gain theoryand practical experience through an interdisciplinary approach with theUniversity’s Schools of Education, Business, Naturopathic Medicine, andApplied Nutrition. Whether students attend full or part time, emphasisis placed on students gaining experience and confidence to assumepositions designated for graduate degree employment. Faculty arecarefully selected based on their expertise in each facet of thecurriculum.

    Dental Hygiene Education: This component provides atheoretical and practical approach to educational methodologies andtheir application to dental hygiene academia. Emphasis is on curricularassessment, development, implementation and evaluation. Students willgain experience and understand the role and responsibilities of facultyin didactic, clinical, and laboratory course development through theutilization of instructional technology and applicable learning domains.

     

     

    Master of Science in Acupuncture

    UNIVERSITY : University Of Bridgeport, CT

    COURSE : Master of Science in Acupuncture

    DURATION :

    Master of Science in Acupuncture

    Overview

    Acupuncture and Oriental medical care is one of the most respected healing professions around the globe. It serves a quarter of the world’s population and has increased in public acceptance in the United States and Europe as the fastest growing complementary health care field. Oriental medicine has gained this respect by being both the most ancient written form of medical therapy known and a form of medicine with excellent clinical results.

    Oriental medicine, which encompasses acupuncture, herbal therapy, manual therapy, diet counseling, exercise and breathing techniques has been in use for thousands of years. Over the millennia, the Asian community has continuously refined this ancient healing art. During the last century, this refinement has included integration of Western medical sciences within the paradigm of traditional Oriental medicine.

    The development of the Master of Science in Acupuncture degree program integrates the medical concepts of both the East and West. The student will learn modern and classical acupuncture and Oriental medical theory as well as up-to-date western bio-medical sciences.

    The Master of Science in Acupuncture degree program’s goal is to provide acupuncture and Oriental medical training consistent with the developing traditions on Asia and the growing modern health care system in the United States.

    Having an opportunity to work alone and in conjunction with other health care practitioners in the Health Sciences Center, the students will be able to integrate the care of patients with other health care providers. Thus, the student gains a “real world” advantage before entering private practice.

     

    Naturopathic (N.D.)

    UNIVERSITY : University Of Bridgeport, CT

    COURSE : Naturopathic (N.D.)

    DURATION :

    Naturopathic (N.D.)

    Overview

    Naturopathic medicine is a four-year graduate degree, which requiresstudy in conventional medical sciences as well as naturopathicspecializations. Naturopathic medical students study the same sciencecourses offered in conventional medical colleges (anatomy,biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, cardiology, radiology,obstetrics, pediatrics, physiology, pathology, immunology, dermatology,neurology, minor surgery, gynecology, lab diagnosis, clinical andphysical diagnosis).

    Naturopathic medical students also study clinical nutrition,homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, physical medicine(manipulation of spine, muscles and bones), natural childbirth,oriental medicine, counseling and stress management and minor surgery(repair of superficial wounds, removal of foreign bodies, cysts andother superficial masses with local anesthesia).

     

    Master of Science in Biomedical Science

    UNIVERSITY : University of Toledo

    COURSE : Master of Science in Biomedical Science

    DURATION :

    Medical Sciences

    Overview

    Master of Science in Biomedical Science (MSBS) degree - Medical Sciences program at the University of Toledo College of Medicine located on the Health Science Campus. The primary goal of this program is to educate and train graduate students who have completed all prerequisites required for medical school but wish to enhance their understanding of the biological sciences and potentially improve their academic credentials for applying to medical school.

     

     

    Radiological Physics (Master)

    UNIVERSITY : Wayne State University DETROIT MICHIGAN

    COURSE : Radiological Physics

    DURATION :

    Radiological Physics

    Overview

    The Radiation Oncology Department is responsible for the day-to-day care of cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy. The staff is actively involved in clinical research including participation in national studies and in teaching all aspects of cancer treatment and research throughout the School of Medicine and hospitals. Members of the department staff are also active in radiobiology and cancer biology research. The graduate programs in medical and radiological physics prepare students for a career in medical physics and certification in therapeutic and/or diagnostic radiological physics by the American Board of Radiology.

     

    Masters Physical Education Pedagogy

    UNIVERSITY : Wayne State University DETROIT MICHIGAN

    COURSE : Masters Physical Education Pedagogy

    DURATION :

    Masters Physical Education Pedagogy

    Overview

    The Master of Education Degree in Physical Education, Pedagogy is designed to meet the needs of state certified teachers wishing to continue an in-depth study of physical education pedagogy including the study of teaching, teacher education, and curriculum for academic and/or professional careers in physical education pedagogy. Another emphasis is designed to provide both a theoretical and practical background for the teacher, coach, or administrator of physical education and sports programs in schools at the elementary or secondary level.

    The degree program requires a minimum of 34 credit hours and is divided into three general areas of study: (a) specialization courses, (b) general professional courses, and (c) selected courses (i.e., elective choices). As a culminating experience, students may elect a thesis or project option. This experience is included within the "Specialization Courses" credit hour requirement.

    This program prepares students for further academic studies and/or professional development in physical education pedagogy. Physical education pedagogy is comprised of three sub-disciplines, the study of research on teaching, teacher education, and curriculum theory.

     

     

    Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT)

    University : Wayne State University DETROIT MICHIGAN

    COURSE : Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT) Entry-Level

    DURATION :

    Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT) Entry-Level

    Overview

    The Department of Occupational Therapy at Wayne State University (WSU) was founded in 1944 and is one of the first programs established in the country. Beyond the department`s rich history, an exciting transformation of the program has been completed. The entry-level Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT) program began in the Spring semester of 2003. The new program provides many exciting opportunities. In this "2+3 year" MOT curriculum model, the full-time student can complete the program within a minimum of five years. Each student will meet with a faculty advisor for a customized plan of work to ensure a smooth transition.

     

    Master`s of Science in Basic Medical Sciences

    UNIVERSITY : Wayne State University DETROIT MICHIGAN

    COURSE : The Master`s of Science in Basic Medical Sciences (BMS) Program

    DURATION :

    The Master`s of Science in Basic Medical Sciences (BMS) Program

    Overview

    The BMS Program curriculum is designed for individuals who wish to improve, or change, their educational background and training in order to fulfill personal, pre-professional, or other career advancement goals. This curriculum can greatly enhance the academic preparation of individuals seeking future entry into human or veterinary medical, dental, or pharmacologic professional degree programs. Also, this curriculum can facilitate career advancement of individuals employed in the areas of biomedical research and general science education. The BMS program requires individuals have at least a bachelor`s degree in academic disciplines including, but not limited to, a degree in biological, chemical, biomedical (including dental, but not medical) or pharmaceutical sciences, or legal backgrounds.

    The BMS Program is a didactic, human biology-oriented, and interdisciplinary (or broadly-based) curriculum involving courses from several Basic Science Departments and Programs, each one representing a unique discipline, of the Wayne State University (WSU) School of Medicine (SoM). The curriculum requires basic medical science CORE courses from at least four different disciplines, as well as advanced biomedical science electives. Completion of the degree requires a literature review project and essay evaluating a current problem in biomedical science.

     

     

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