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NSUCollege of Health Care SciencesCardiovascularSonographyTampaNova Southeastern University Health Professions Division Entering Class 2016 B achelor of Science—Cardiovascular Sonography (B.S.) C oncurrent B.S.—CardiovascularSonography and Master of HealthScience Option

NSU mission statementThe mission of Nova Southeastern University, a private, not-for-profit institution, is to offer a diversearray of innovative academic programs that complement on-campus educational opportunities andresources with accessible, distance-learning programs to foster academic excellence, intellectualinquiry, leadership, research, and commitment to community through engagement of students andfaculty members in a dynamic, lifelong learning environment.Nova Southeastern University —growth, fiscal strength, and commitment to thesynonymous with dynamic innovation andchallenges of the 21st century.intellectual challenge—is the second largest,private, nonprofit university in the Southeast and1 of only 37 universities (out of more than 4,000)that have earned designations for both HighResearch Activity and Community EngagementIn this environment of expansion and stability, theuniversity is capitalizing on its strengths in such areasas academic innovation, comprehensive clinicaltraining, and flexible educational delivery systems.from the Carnegie Foundation for the AdvancementFounded in 1964 as Nova University, the institutionof Teaching. Situated on a beautiful, 314-acremerged with Southeastern University of the Healthcampus in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the universitySciences in 1994, creating Nova Southeasternis experiencing a sustained period of academicUniversity. To date, the institution has more than

NSU main campus166,000 alumni and current enrollment of more thanmain campus and at field-based locations throughout24,000 students. Fully accredited by the CommissionFlorida; across the nation; and at selected internationalon Colleges of the Southern Association of Collegessites in Europe, Mexico, the Pacific Rim, Central andand Schools, the university awards associate’s,South America, and the Caribbean.bachelor’s, master’s, educational specialist, anddoctoral degrees in a wide range of fields includingthe health professions, law, business, marine sciences,psychology, social sciences, computer and informationsciences, and education.The university’s degree programs are administeredthrough academic units that offer courses at theWith a budget of more than 220 million per year,the university will continue to maintain a solid recordof academic and fiscal strength and excellence inteaching and community service, while expandingits mission in research and scholarship.

table of contentsLetter from the HPD Chancellor . . . . . . . . . 2Health Professions Division . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Letter from the Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Bachelor of Science—Cardiovascular Sonography . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Curriculum Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Letter from theHPD ChancellorB.S.—CVS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Concurrent M.H.Sc. Option . . . . . . . . . 7Admissions Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Application Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Transfer of Credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Course Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Computer Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Program Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . 18Student Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid . . . . . . . . 19City of Tampa, Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Over the past two decades, NSU’s Health Professions Divisionhas evolved into a dynamic and innovative, interprofessional,academic health center that comprises seven colleges (theColleges of Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Optometry,Medical Sciences, Dental Medicine, Health Care Sciences,and Nursing) and more than 50 degree and certificate programs.Our colleges and programs are nationally and internationallyrecognized due to our esteemed faculty and staff members,who are dedicated to working closely with students, nurturingthem along as they progress through the academic experience.When students truly know their professors are there forthem on a daily basis, it makes a big difference in theireducational experience.Our educational paradigm is both academically and technologicallyrobust. Because of this, we’re able to provide our students with theknowledge and skills they will need to become compassionateand dedicated health care professionals. Our current students arefully aware and appreciative of this fact. And as a new student,you will be as well.Fred Lippman, R.Ph., Ed.D.Health Professions Division Chancellor

Health Professions DivisionAs a student in the Health Professions Division of Nova Southeastern University,you can anticipate a remarkable experience. You will train, study, interact, and sharefaculty and resources (either campus-based or online) with students from diversebackgrounds and disciplines. This interprofessional approach distinguishes the HealthProfessions Division as unique and will better prepare you to master your disciplinewith a sensitivity and understanding of the entire health care system.The Health Professions Division occupies a 70-million complex, covering 21 acresof the university campus. The division includes eight buildings totaling more than900,000 square feet of space for classrooms, laboratories, offices, the HealthProfessions Division Library, an outpatient health center, and a pharmaceutical carecenter. The adjacent 1,800-vehicle parking garage overlooks the Miami DolphinsTraining Camp.The Health Professions Division, with a student body of more than 5,800, is hometo seven colleges.College of Osteopathic Medicine Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics (M.S.B.I.) Master of Science in Disaster and Emergency Preparedness (M.S.) Master of Science in Medical Education (M.S.) Master of Science in Nutrition (M.S.) Graduate Certificate in Health Education Graduate Certificate in Medical Informatics Graduate Certificate in Public Health Graduate Certificate in Public Health Informatics Certificate in Social MedicineCollege of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Ph.D.)– Concentration in Drug Development (Pharmaceutics)– Concentration in Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics– Concentration in Social and Administrative PharmacyCollege of Optometry Doctor of Optometry (O.D.) Master of Science in Clinical Vision Research (M.S.)College of Health Care Sciences Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (B.S.) Bachelor of Science—Cardiovascular Sonography (B.S.) Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Science (B.S.) Bachelor of Health Science (B.H.Sc.) Bachelor of Science—Medical Sonography (B.S.) Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy (B.S.) Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language andCommunication Disorders (B.S.) Master of Science in Anesthesia (M.S.) Master of Health Science (M.H.Sc.) Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant (M.M.S.) Master of Occupational Therapy (M.O.T.) Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.) Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) Doctor of Health Science (D.H.Sc.) Doctor of Philosophy in Health Science (Ph.D.) Entry-Level Doctor of Occupational Therapy (O.T.D.) Doctor of Occupational Therapy (Dr.O.T.) Doctor of Philosophy in Occupational Therapy (Ph.D.) Entry-Level Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) Hybrid Entry-Level Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) Transition Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Therapy (Ph.D.) Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D.)College of Medical Sciences Master of Biomedical Sciences (M.B.S.)College of Dental Medicine Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) Master of Science in Dental Medicine (M.S.) Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Education in General Dentistry Postgraduate Certificate in Endodontics Postgraduate Certificate in Operative Dentistry Postgraduate Certificate in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Postgraduate Certificate in Orthodontics Postgraduate Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry Postgraduate Certificate in Periodontics Postgraduate Certificate in ProsthodonticsCollege of Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.)– Entry Nursing– R.N. to B.S.N. Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)—Major of Advanced PracticeRegistered Nurse– Concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner– Concentration in Gero-Adult Acute Care Master of Science in Nursing (R.N. to M.S.N. or M.S.N.)– Concentration in Health Systems Leadership– Concentration in Nursing Education– Concentration in Nursing Informatics Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (Ph.D.)Dual Degrees Bachelor of Science—Cardiovascular Sonography (B.S.) and Master ofHealth Science (M.H.Sc.) Bachelor of Science—Medical Sonography (B.S.) and Master of HealthScience (M.H.Sc.) Master of Health Science (M.H.Sc.)/Doctor of Health Science (D.H.Sc.) Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O)/Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.)This brochure is for information purposes only and does not represent a contract.Information contained herein is subject to change at any time by administrativedecision on the direction of the board of trustees. Updated information can befound on our website ( Professions Division 3

Letter from the DeanNova Southeastern University’s College of Health Care Sciences provides thehighest quality of education to students in a variety of health care disciplines, includingoccupational, physical, and respiratory therapy; physician assistant; audiology; medicaland cardiovascular sonography; anesthesiologist assistant; speech-language pathology;athletic training; exercise and sport science; and health sciences. We offer entry-levelprograms to advanced health care studies that allow professionals to continue with theirlifelong learning. The cutting-edge curricula offered in our programs will help ourstudents gain future success in their fields.The college is committed to providing health care educational opportunities in formatsthat meet the needs of prospective students in the community. These formats include boththe standard, face-to-face classroom approach and innovative distance electronics. Bycombining the most contemporary teaching modalities with state-of-the-art technology,our students are assured of obtaining the most comprehensive education possible.The College of Health Care Sciences believes in excellence and innovation in teaching,research, service, and learning. This is made possible by having an academically skilledand professionally qualified faculty and staff. We have diverse faculty members. Theycome from different backgrounds, have different degrees, and possess a wide range ofeducational experiences. Our faculty members are eager to share their knowledge of andexpertise in the health care arena with their students. We also have an open door policythat encourages students to seek answers to their questions, allowing them to develop asolid understanding of the materials that they study.All of these opportunities make the College of Health Care Sciences truly unique. Thehealth care market is undergoing a rapid change. The pace of this change has provideda formidable challenge for institutions that provide the educational programs for futurehealth care professionals. We are proud of the fact that we are training our students tobecome skilled and compassionate health care providers who are certain to makevaluable contributions to the communities they serve. If you wish to become a graduatewho is adequately prepared to assume a leadership role in health care, I encourage youto apply to our programs.Stanley Wilson, Ed.D., PT, CEASDean, College of Health Care Sciences4 Nova Southeastern University

Bachelor of Science—Cardiovascular SonographyDiagnostic Medical SonographyDiagnostic medical sonography includes four primaryareas of specialization: general, cardiac, musculoskeletal,and vascular. General sonography includes subspecialtiesfor obstetrics and gynecology and abdominal exams.Cardiac sonography examines the anatomical structureand function of the heart. Vascular sonography studies theanatomical and physiological characteristics of all arteriesand veins in the body. Musculoskeletal sonographyexamines structures such as joints and tendons. Alldiagnostic medical sonography uses ultrasound to obtainimages and is, therefore, considered noninvasive, havingno known risks or side effects in comparison to otherwidely used medical imaging methods.Cardiac Sonography (Echocardiography)Cardiac sonographers obtain images of the heart viaultrasound. It is one of the most widely used imagingexaminations for assistance in the diagnosis of heart disease.Echocardiography is especially useful for assessing diseasesthat affect the heart valves and for detecting abnormalitiesin the motion and appearance of the heart wall.Vascular SonographyVascular sonographers use ultrasound imaging and othertypes of exams to detect anatomical and physiologicalchanges caused by diseases of the arteries and veins andthe resulting effects on organs and other tissues. Vasculardisorders include carotid artery disease, which may lead tostroke; abdominal vascular diseases, such as aneurysms;peripheral arterial disease, which can result in chronicpain and may progress to loss of limbs; and venousconditions that can cause blood clots (thromboses), whichcan travel to the lungs (pulmonary embolism).Cardiovascular Sonography ProgramThe NSU Cardiovascular Sonography Program in Tampaoffers didactic and clinical training in two of thesespecialties, cardiac sonography (adult) and vascularsonography, as an integrated curriculum. Additionalcourse content introduces the student to pediatric cardiacsonography and basic concepts in electrophysiologicalcardiology. Because of strong interrelationships betweencardiac and vascular diseases, the need was seen fora comprehensive program covering both specialties.Also, some cardiology departments and other imagingproviders may prefer that sonographers obtain trainingand professional registry in both cardiac sonography andvascular sonography for purposes of diagnostic expediencyand professional flexibility.Bachelor of Science—CardiovascularSonography (B.S.)This program is designed to prepare students for entrylevel positions in the field of cardiovascular technology.Students take online courses at the undergraduate level,as well as attend on-campus lectures integrated withhands-on training in the ultrasound lab. This preparesthem for the 12-month clinical externship during theirsecond year. Upon graduation, the B.S. student will beeligible to apply for both the Adult Echocardiography andthe noninvasive Vascular Technology professional registryexams offered by the American Registry for DiagnosticMedical Sonography (ARDMS), and/or the correspondingcredentials offered by Cardiovascular CredentialingInternational (CCI).Concurrent Master of HealthScience OptionStudents who already hold a bachelor’s degree from anaccredited institution with a minimum GPA of 3.0 areeligible to apply for the concurrent Master of HealthScience (M.H.Sc.) option. Students who enroll in thisconcurrent M.H.Sc. program will graduate with aBachelor of Science—Cardiovascular Sonography and aMaster of Health Science. Both programs will becompleted in 27 months.Upon application, a review of the bachelor’s degreetranscript will be conducted and all general educationrequirements will need to be satisfied. In addition, up to27 credits of open electives will be transferred. Upontransfer credit evaluation, completion of any additionalcredit to meet or fulfill the 57 credits for general educationand open elective requirements will be required.Courses in the M.H.Sc. program online include Writing forMedical Publication, Research Methods, Epidemiologyand Biostatistics, and Management in Health Care.During the clinical year, students will work with a facultymember to design and implement capstone projects suchas case studies, presentations, or clinical research.If interested in the concurrent Master of Health Scienceoption, please contact an admissions counselor or theprogram office for further details.Health Professions Division 5

Curriculum OverviewThe cardiovascular sonography program includeson-campus lectures; extensive, hands-on training inour ultrasound laboratory; online courses; and a12-month focused or combined externship in a clinicallaboratory setting. The graduating student will earna bachelor’s degree in cardiovascular sonography.Students will take a combination of general courses inthe health science field and focused core courses inthe cardiovascular technology field. Examples ofgeneral courses include subjects such as Writing forMedical Publication, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, andPrinciples and Practice of Management in Health Care.Examples of cardiovascular sonography coursesinclude Ultrasound Physics, Echocardiography, andCerebrovascular Testing. While on campus, the studentwill spend more than 500 hours in the traininglaboratory learning imaging skills and techniques andphysiologic testing methods prior to the clinicalexternship experience.In the second year, the student will complete a morethan 1,600-hour clinical training program whilecontinuing to take online courses. The student mayhave the option to perform his or her clinicalexternship in a vascular, adult echo, or combinedvascular/echo clinical experience, based upon his orher interests and demonstrated competencies. Upongraduation, the student will be eligible to sit forprofessional registry exams based upon completion ofprogram and clinical requirements.and level of achievement, life experiences, andrecommendations. Knowledge of the profession isProspective cardiovascular sonography students areessential. Personal interviews are offered to the most-selected by the Committee on Admissions (COA),qualified applicants to assess interpersonal andwhich considers the overall qualities of the candidate.communication skills, altruistic attitude, maturity, andAreas of consideration include interpersonal skills,commitment to the cardiovascular profession. Phonepersonal motivation, knowledge and understanding ofinterviews will not be provided.the cardiovascular profession, academic performance6 Nova Southeastern University

BACHELOR of SCIENCE—CARDIOVASCULARSONOGRAPHYCONCURRENT MASTER of HEALTHSCIENCE OPTIONRequired CoursesRequired Coursesrequired CREDIT hoursrequired CREDIT hoursBHS 3110 Health Care Ethics3MHS 5309 U.S. Health Policy5BHS 3120 Introduction to Epidemiology3MHS 5205 Writing for Medical Publication3BHS 3130 Research and Design for Health Care3MHS 5207 Practicum5BHS 3150 Principles in Leadership3MHS 5406 Directed Studies I/Elective3BHS 3155 Conflict Resolution in Health Care3MHS 5407 Directed Studies II/Elective3BHS 3160 Health Policy3MHS 5408 Directed Studies III/Elective3BHS 4000 Cultural Competency in Health Care3MHS 5501 Epidemiology and Biostatistics3BHS 4100 Academic and Professional Writing3BHS 4110 Health Care and Aging3MHS 5507 Ethical, Legal, and Cultural Trendsin Today’s Health Care Environment4CVS 3001 Correlative Imaging and Anatomy4MHS 5510 Research Methods3MHS 5530 Principles of Managementin Health Care3CVS 3000 Introduction toCardiovascular Instruments3CVS 3010 Echocardiography I/Lab3CVS 3020 Echocardiography II/Lab3CVS 3030 Echocardiography III/Lab4CVS 3040 Ultrasound Physics I4CVS 3050 Ultrasound Physics Review2CVS 3060 Cerebrovascular Testing/Lab3CVS 3070 Peripheral Arterial Testing/Lab3CVS 3080 Venous Testing/Lab3applicable professional credentials issued by the ARDMSCVS 3090 Abdominal Vascular Testing/Lab3or CCI; please contact the admissions counselor or theoption, please contact an admissions counselor or theprogram office for further details. Course requirementsand availability are subject to change without notice.*Certain program course credits may be awarded via aStandard Grant of Credit for applicants holding specificprogram office for details.CVS 4000 C linical Prep and Review/Basic Life Support3CVS 4500 Clinical Externship I (16 weeks)9CVS 4600 Clinical Externship II (16 weeks)9CVS 4700 Clinical Externship III (16 weeks)9Subtotal Required Courses92Prerequisite Courses30Minimum Total Degree SemesterHours RequiredIf interested in the concurrent Master of Health Science122*Curriculum is subject to change without notice.Health Professions Division 7

Admissions RequirementsSELECTIONUpon receipt of a completed application, either for thebachelor’s or master’s degree concentration; fees;credentials; and transcripts, the admissions officer forthe cardiovascular sonography program in the Collegeof Health Care Sciences will review all material forevidence of the proper education, training, andbackground to enter the cardiovascular sonographyconcentration. The university reserves the right to modifyany requirement on an individual basis as deemednecessary by the dean of the College of Health CareSciences and the program director.Areas of consideration include application content,academic record, letters of evaluation, and personalmotivation. Upon receipt of the completed application,the COA will select applicants for interview. Applicantsmust be present for the interview (phone interviews are8 Nova Southeastern Universitynot acceptable). Expenses for the interview are theresponsibility of the applicant.The applicant who has graduated from a college oruniversity of a country for which English is not the primarylanguage, regardless of United States residency status, mustobtain a minimum score of 550 on the written or 213 onthe computerized Test of English as a Foreign Language(TOEFL). An official set of scores must be sent directly fromthe Educational Testing Services in Princeton, New Jersey,to NSU’s EPS. Equivalent scores from the InternationalEnglish Language Testing System (IELTS) or the PearsonTest of English-Academic (PTE-A) are acceptable.It is highly recommended that cardiovascularsonography applicants have or obtain meaningful andsignificant scientific, health care, or elder care work orvolunteer experience.

accreditationSBACHELOR of SCIENCE—CARDIOVASCULAR SONOGRAPHYPrerequisites for the Bachelor of ScienceIn order to be eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Science—Cardiovascular Sonography, a student must have completed 30 credithours of prerequisite education coursework with a minimum GPA of2.6 on a 4.0 grading scale.Required and General Education Coursesrequired CREDIT hoursArts and Humanities6Mathematics (at or above MATH 1040)6Social and Behavioral Sciences6Written Composition (at or above COMP 1500)6Science*6Total General Education Prerequisite Courses:30***Program-specific science requirements are for 3 credits of Anatomyand Physiology I (with or without lab) and 3 credits of generalPhysics (with or without lab). Survey courses cannot be used tosatisfy general education prerequisites.**Up to 9 credit hours of these general education courses will beevaluated on a case-by-case basis and may be completed ascorequisites during the program. These may consist of a combinationof English, Arts and Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, andone Math course. The remaining 21 credit hours of courses aretreated as true prerequisites for purposes of admissions. The studentwill sign a learning contract describing any such courses, all ofwhich must be completed prior to degree conferral.Preferred but not Required CourseAnatomy and Physiology IIThe Cardiovascular Sonography program at NSUTampa is accredited by the Commission onAccreditation of Allied Health Education Programs( upon the recommendation ofthe Joint Review Committee on Education inCardiovascular Technology (JRC-CVT), in bothAdult Echocardiography and noninvasive VascularSonography. Commission on Accreditation of AlliedHealth Education Programs, 1361 Park Street,Clearwater, FL 33756, Phone: 727-210-2350 / Fax:727-210-2354, Master of Health Science is an established programwithin Nova Southeastern University’s College ofHealth Care Sciences. This program was officiallyapproved by the NSU board of trustees in 2009.Nova Southeastern University is accredited by theSouthern Association of Colleges and SchoolsCommission on Colleges to award associate’s,baccalaureate, master’s, educational specialist,doctorate, and professional degrees. Contact theCommission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane,Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500for questions about the accreditation of NovaSoutheastern University.nondiscriminationConsistent with all federal and state laws, rules,regulations, and/or local ordinances (e.g., Title VII,Title VI, Title III, Title II, Rehab Act, ADA, and Title IX),it is the policy of Nova Southeastern University not toengage in any discrimination or harassment againstany individuals because of race, color, religion orcreed, sex, pregnancy status, national or ethnic origin,non-disqualifying disability, age, ancestry, maritalstatus, sexual orientation, unfavorable discharge fromthe military, veteran status, or political beliefs oraffiliations, and to comply with all federal and statenondiscrimination, equal opportunity, and affirmativeaction laws, orders, and regulations.This nondiscrimination policy applies to admissions;enrollment; scholarships; loan programs; athletics;employment; and access to, participation in, andtreatment in all university centers, programs, andactivities. NSU admits students of any race, color,religion or creed, sex, pregnancy status, national orethnic origin, nondisqualifying disability, age, ancestry,marital status, sexual orientation, unfavorable dischargefrom the military, veteran status, or political beliefs oraffiliations, to all the rights, privileges, programs, andactivities generally accorded or made available tostudents at NSU, and does not discriminate in theadministration of its educational policies, admissionpolicies, scholarship and loan programs, and athleticand other school-administered programs.Health Professions Division 9

Application ProceduresThe application deadline is april 1.Applicants for admission must submit or be responsiblefor submission of1. a completed application form along with a 50,nonrefundable application fee (Applications can bedownloaded by visiting two letters of evaluation from individuals (other thanrelatives) such as academic advisors, professors, clinicalor non-clinical supervisors, or community associates3. o fficial college-, certificate-, and/or diploma-basedtranscripts from all undergraduate and graduateinstitutions attended, sent directly from the institutionto the Enrollment Processing Services (EPS)4. c opies of national and/or state professionalcertification, licensure, or registration, if applicable5. evaluation of coursework taken at a foreign institutionfor U.S. institutional equivalence (if applicable) Coursework taken at foreign institutions must beevaluated for U.S. institution equivalence by anapproved National Association of CredentialEvaluation Services (NACES) organization, such asone of the services listed below. World Education Services, Inc.Bowling Green StationP.O. Box 5087New York, New York 10274-5087(212) 966-6311 Josef Silny & Associates, Inc.7101 SW 102nd AvenueMiami, Florida 33173Phone: (305) 273-1616 Fax: (305) Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc.P.O. Box 514070Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203-3470(414) 289-3400 It is the applicant’s responsibility to have thiscoursework evaluated. An official course-by-course10 Nova Southeastern Universityevaluation with a cumulative grade point averagemust be sent directly from the evaluation service toNSU’s Enrollment Processing Services.6. a current curriculum vitae7. TOEFL scores, or equivalent IELTS or PTE-A scores,(if applicable), sent directly to NSU’S EPS8. a student-prepared learning portfolio requestingassessment of prior experiences for academic credit(only for graduates from programs other than thosefrom regionally accredited colleges or universities)All admissions information should be sent to Nova Southeastern UniversityEnrollment Processing ServicesCollege of Health Care SciencesCardiovascular Sonography Admissions3301 College Avenue, P.O. Box 299000Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33329-9905Phone: (954) 262-1101 Fax: (954) 262-2282The Office of Admissions works on a rolling admissionsbasis. Applications are accepted year round. To ensurethat your application receives prompt consideration, youshould apply early.The Committee on Admissions will not consider anapplication until all required fees, credentials, transcripts,and test scores have been received by the EPS.The university reserves the right to modify anyrequirements on an individual basis

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