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Credentialing Eligibility

Graduates in the College of Health Professions are eligible to take the state and/or national certifying/licensing/registry examination for that profession as noted in the following chart.

Credentialing Eligibility

Graduates from the College of Health Professions are eligible to take the state and/or national certifying/licensing/registry examination for that profession.
ProgramProfessional ExaminationDesignation
Cardiovascular PerfusionCertification Examination of the American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion C.C.P.
Nurse Anesthesia National Certification Examination for Nurse Anesthetists administered by the Council on Certification of Nurse AnesthetistsC.R.N.A.
Occupational TherapyCertification Examination for Occupational Therapists administered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational TherapyO.T.R.
Physician AssistantNational Commission on Certification of Physician AssistantsP.A.-C.
Physical Therapy National Licensing Examination administered by the Federation of State Boards of Physical TherapyP.T.
   

Curriculum Offerings

 
Curricula DegreeStarting
Semester
Curriculum Length
Professional Phase
Cardiovascular PerfusionB.S.Fall  5 semesters
(21 months)
Doctor of Health AdministrationD.H.A.
Fall3 years
Doctor of Philosophy in Health and Rehabilitation SciencePh.D.Fall12 semesters
(4 years)
Doctor of Physical TherapyD.P.T.Summer
9 semesters
(36 months)
Master in Health Administration - Executive formatM.H.A.Summer6-9 semesters
Master in Health Administration - Residential formatM.H.A.Fall5 semesters
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy M.S.Summer7 semesters
(26 months)
Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia
M.S.N.A.Fall7 semesters
(29 months)
Master of Science in Physician Assistant StudiesM.S.P.A.S.Summer7 semesters
(27 months)
 
 
Last Published with Edits: October 1, 2013 10:19 AM
Last Comprehensive Review:  Fall 2013

         

                         

                                  

                       

                                                 

                        

                                                     

                                

                                                                   

                                                                       

                    

                                                                   

 
 
 

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