Alabama State University offers the Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) degree. This three-year degree prepares graduates as entry level physical therapists eligible to sit for the National Physical Therapy Exam administered by the Federation of State...
The mission of the doctorate in Human Rehabilitation is to
educate individuals in research and instruction in order that they may
be prepared to assume leadership and university faculty positions upon
graduation. Students are provided opportunities to practice...
The professional education program in physical therapy is an eight
semester course of study culminating in the Doctor of Physical Therapy
(DPT) degree. The curriculum begins with the foundational sciences
through which the student studies normal...
The Academy's Doctor of Education program is a 66 semester hour
program and one of only four programs approved by the Sport Management
Program Review Council, a joint program of the North American Society
of Sport Management and the National Association for...
As the leading health care authorities on medication, pharmacists play essential roles in patient care by counseling patients, providing immunizations and consulting with doctors and other health care professionals.The Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program...
The Pharm.D./MBA in Healthcare Management provides increasingly valuable administrative skills to individuals with a healthcare focus.DescriptionCombines business fundamentals and theory with a specialization and practical applications in the healthcare industry....
Increase your influence in the critical arena of public healthcare with a Walden Ph.D. in Public Health. With a learning model that integrates an interactive, online learning environment with in-person academic residencies, the doctoral program culminates in...
The Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) is the new educational standard
for the field. At Fresno State, the DPT is a joint program with the University
of California, San Francisco and is designed to expand the foundation of
knowledge developed in the Master's...
The gerontology curriculum is a multidisciplinary program
established in 1976 which offers the Master of Science degree. The
program benefits from professional collaboration with departments
throughout the university
The 30-hour degree program includes...
The M.D./Ph.D. Program seeks to train physician-scientists for
careers that bridge basic and clinical science. Physician-scientists
will translate laboratory discoveries into better patient outcomes. The
program begins two months prior to the first year of...
The program for the M.D. degree is divided into four phases, each of
one year’s duration. Medicine I, occupying the first year (mid-August
to early June), emphasizes normal human structure, function, growth and
development. Medicine II, occupying the second...
DescriptionThe PhD in pharmaceutical sciences with emphasis in environmental toxicology prepares a graduate to perform independent research and solve problems related to environmental health issues. Graduates are likely to find careers in academics, industry...
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