Walsh University

Walsh University Graduate Catalog 2013-2014


Walsh University is located in North Canton, five miles north of Canton in northeastern Ohio. Akron is 20 miles away, and both Cleveland and Youngstown are within an hour’s drive.

Canton is an urban and diversified industrial center with a population of about 84,000. The city offers a variety of opportunities for cultural and recreational activities, entertainment, sports, dining and shopping. Cultural opportunities in the Canton area include a symphony orchestra, art gallery, theater, ballet, civic opera and lecture series. Canton also is home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the National First Ladies Library.

Canton is served through Akron-Canton Regional Airport by major and feeder airlines. Interstate 77 runs north-south and U.S. Route 30 runs east-west through Canton. I-76 and I-80 are north of the city and I-71 is west. Amtrak trains and Greyhound buses also serve the area.

Walsh University also conducts classes at three off-campus locations for the School for Professional Studies Program. The locations are near I-77 on Arlington Road in Akron and near I-71 on Route 18 in Medina and at the Ursuline Center/Canfield in the Mahoning Valley. Walsh University also has campus locations in Castel Gandolfo, Italy, and Uganda.

The Main Campus

Walsh University has 24 major buildings on its 140-acre campus (see map).

FARRELL HALL (1960) is the main classroom building and administrative center. It houses the Library, Printing Services, and the Student Service Center (Financial Aid, Registrar and Business Services). Offices in Farrell Hall include those of the President, Academic Affairs, Finance, Advancement and Alumni. The Academic Support Center is located on the second floor (FH209) and offers services in tutoring, placement and advising. The Eastgate parking lot is adjacent to Farrell Hall.

THE BROTHER EDMOND DROUIN LIBRARY The Brother Edmond Drouin Library connects students to information they can use to gain success in attaining academic goals and teaches them to become lifelong learners. Finding articles, books, media and other resources is enhanced by a large collection of electronic resources, almost all available 24/7 both on and off campus. Librarians are available to assist students in many ways–in person, by telephone, through email or in chat sessions to help students find the best information for their needs. Access to books, articles, media and other resources in the Walsh collection is augmented by membership in OhioLINK, giving students access to resources found in academic and public libraries throughout Ohio. In addition to more traditional formats, the library collection includes online databases and journal articles, electronic books and digital media and music. Research guides are available online to give students a pathway to effective research. The library staff strives to help students attain academic excellence.

THE AULTMAN HEALTH FOUNDATION HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER (2000) The Aultman Health Foundation Health Sciences Center is home to Walsh’s first-rate Gary and Linda Byers School of Nursing. This three-story facility houses multi-media classrooms and labs that provide students with opportunities to extend learning beyond textbooks to real-life situations.

BARRETTE BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY CENTER (formerly the Rannou Campus Center—1966; renovated in 2005) The Barrette Business and Community Center is a state-of-the-art resource for our business, marketing, accounting, and management majors, as well as our business community. In addition to traditional classrooms and learning spaces, The Barrette Business and Community Center houses the School for Professional Studies, Main Campus Location (accelerated degree completion program for adult learners); The DeVille School of Business and MBA Program; the Brother Robert Francoeur Convocation Center, a 400-seat conference/meeting space; state-of-the-art Media and Communications Center; the Walsh University Leadership Institute; a snack bar, courtyard, atrium and outdoor patio.

THE DON AND IDA BETZLER SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES CENTER (1972) The resources found in the Don and Ida Betzler Social and Behavioral Sciences Center, home to the University’s counseling program, include classrooms, learning labs, small meeting rooms, a 120-seat amphitheater, a 167-seat auditorium, faculty offices, and the Department of Humanities.

THE FATHER MATTHEW HERTTNA COUNSELING CENTER (2009) is located adjacent to the Don & Ida Betzler Social and Behavioral Sciences Center. With more than 100 students pursuing a career in Counseling, the Father Matthew Herttna Counseling Center was developed to serve as an alternative site for students interested in pursuing their clinical experience on the campus of Walsh University. The Counseling and Human Development (CHD) program provides students with practicum experience under the direct supervision of experienced faculty. Clinical services at the Walsh clinic focus on lower-income, uninsured clients and those less fortunate to acquire counseling services in the community.

THE PAUL AND CAROL DAVID FAMILY CAMPUS CENTER (2002) contains the offices of Admissions, Student Affairs, Career Development, Intramurals, Student Activities, Student Organizations, Multicultural Affairs, Campus Ministry, Commuter Services, Counseling Services, Residence Life, the Schervish Dining Centre, a post office, a bookstore/gift shop, a wellness center, and various meeting and dining rooms.

THE GAETANO M. CECCHINI FAMILY HEALTH AND WELLNESS COMPLEX (2008), Located on the west side of campus, the complex houses a 2,000 seat arena, 1,000 seat gymnasium, athletic offices, Cavalier Fitness Center, the Mercy Wellness Center, weight rooms, locker and shower rooms, and a state-of-the-art athletic training facility. Classrooms and faculty offices are located on the second floor, along with the Management Conference Center. The Gaetano M. Cecchini Family Health and Wellness Complex includes the following athletic facilities:

The Cecchini Center (2009) serves as the primary performance arena and as the home court for Walsh’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. The facility has seating for 2,000 fans.

Klekotka Tennis Complex includes six courts in maroon color to reflect Walsh’s school colors. Spectator stands and team bleachers are situated in the middle of the courts. The entire facility is enclosed within fencing.

Ball Fields - Located near the main entrance of Walsh’s campus is the baseball field, which includes team dug outs in Walsh’s signature school color of maroon, a fence-enclosed field and spectator bleachers. The women’s softball team home field is located on the beautiful acres of Walsh University’s Hoover Park.

Milazzo Soccer Field is located directly across from Walsh’s Westgate entrance and is the home field to Walsh’s men’s and women’s soccer teams and various youth summer soccer clinics. Milazzo Soccer Field is surrounded by an eight lane, accelerator surface, 440 meter running track with an infield area that features a stainless steel steeplechase water pit hazard and a high jump area. The north end of the facility features two runways for pole-vault and long jump events.

Vascosports Athletic Field is a state-of-the-art artificial turf, low maintenance surface that will conserve water usage and upkeep. Game-like markings are part of the field. It serves as the game filed for men's and women's lacrosse as well as a practice/conditioning home for Walsh’s other athletic teams.

Health Services A nurse coordinates student health services from an office in the Wellness Center, located in the Student Health Services in the Mercy Wellness Center of the Cecchini Center. A working relationship with area hospitals provides students with physician and emergency care coverage.

THE HANNON CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER (1990) is home to Walsh’s Division of Education. It has specialized teaching stations used by education majors as they work with children; classrooms; educational technology/media lab; a large computer lab; reception, meeting, resource, and conference rooms; and faculty offices. The Hannon Center also is home to the After School Enrichment Program, PAX Program, and several grant projects.

THE TIMKEN NATURAL SCIENCES CENTER (2005) The Timken Natural Sciences Center is a 30,000 square foot teaching center, where students apply classroom learning in practical research settings. In addition to multi-media classrooms and lecture halls, the Timken Center houses state-of-the-art laboratories for biology and microbiology, organic and general chemistry, anatomy, biochemistry, computer science, and bioinformatics, a field that uses sophisticated computer equipment to study new diagnostic procedures, treatments for diseases, and genetic research.

THE RESIDENCE HALLS ARE MENARD HALL (1966), ALEXIS HALL (1968), LEMMON HALL (1995), BRAUCHLER (1999), MEIER (2000), STEIN (2002), WILKOF TOWERS (2004), BETZLER TOWER (2006), OLIVIERI FAMILY TOWERS (2007), and "THE COMMONS" (2012) accommodating a little more than 1,000 students. Alexis, Lemmon and Menard have study and lounge areas, and laundry facilities. Menard Hall has the Servants of Christ Chapel. All first-year, traditional-aged students live in either Alexis or Menard Halls, which offer single-sex living communities. Lemmon Hall, is the Honors-International living and learning community. It features apartment-style suites with kitchenettes, is open to Honors and International students. The Commons offers apartment-style suites complete with kitchenettes and is home to upperclass students and the students of the Blouin Global Scholars Program. The University Apartments offer apartment style living for upperclass students. Each furnished apartment has a full kitchen, living room, its own washer and dryer, as well as a private bedroom for each resident. Each resident will have a phone jack and an ethernet port with a free connection to the Internet and the campus network.

THE MARIE AND ERVIN WILKOF TOWERS (2004) Residential facility offering single-room, double-room, and suite style accommodations for 140 students. Each room has twin size loftable beds, dressers, desk, a private bathroom and shower, a refrigerator, and a microwave. A weight room and computer lab are also located in this facility.

"THE COMMONS" (Fall 2012) The new three-story residence hall will accommodate the need for additional student housing on campus, as Walsh University enrollment has grown 81 percent over the past 10 years. This 29,000-square-foot addition will be built adjacent to the east side of Lemmon Hall and connected by the first floor to the existing building. Each suite will include two double bedrooms, a living room, a private bathroom and kitchen facilities that come equipped with a refrigerator and oven. The building will be integrated into an existing slope at the site and will include a lower-level entrance, with classrooms, offices and a community room.

LA MENNAIS HALL (1960) is the residence of the Brothers of Christian Instruction who are assigned to the University. A number of faculty offices are also housed in La Mennais.

HOOVER HISTORICAL CENTER/WALSH UNIVERSITY A vibrant part of Walsh University, the Hoover Historical Center preserves the Hoover legacy in the Hoover family’s Victorian home. Elegant Victorian décor, family furnishings, and a history of Hoover products, tell the story of the Hoover Company and family history. Ladies fashions are displayed throughout. Herb gardens grace the grounds. The Center is located inside Walsh University’s Hoover Park on original Hoover family farmland and across the street from the main campus.

HOOVER PARK Located directly across from the main campus, Hoover Park offers unique rental facilities in a private park setting. The facilities are perfect for group meetings, retreats, receptions, and special events. In addition to the 500-seat Hoover banquet hall, 160-seat outdoor pavilion, and two quaint meeting cottages, guests can enjoy the use of playground equipment, baseball fields, basketball court, bocce court, and a volleyball court.

Environmental Field Center (2011) is a four-season center featuring an enclosed lab as well as a pavilion for use as an outdoor classroom, allowing for hands-on training, testing and experimentation for Walsh's botany and ecology classes.

OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP CHAPEL (2006) Our Lady of Perpetual Help, is named in honor of the patroness of the Brothers of Christian Instruction – Walsh’s founders.

In 1960, the Brothers relocated their college in Maine to Ohio. LaMennais College in Alfred, Maine, became Walsh College in North Canton, Ohio, and, in 1992, Walsh University.

Since its founding, the Brothers have continued a dedicated mission to Walsh University, affirming others by assisting them to develop their intellectual and spiritual gifts so that they, in turn, can become persons who serve others. Their vowed life, with the person of Jesus as focal point, makes them available to meet today’s needs, particularly those of Christian education and related areas.

Through the offering of substantial investments, the Brothers have overcome many hardships in the past 50 years, allowing Walsh University to prosper. Even when facing assumption of the college’s initial funding debt of $750,000, limited faculty and staff, meager living allowances and daily time constraints, the Brothers were undaunted in their purpose and commitment to providing a quality and values-based education to "all who seek it."

In reverence of the founder’s mission of providing for students’ spiritual needs, Walsh University dedicated its free-standing Chapel and religious education complex to the Brothers. The facility serves as a visible commitment to the Catholic heritage of Walsh University. A center for spiritual development, the complex offers space for quiet contemplation, prayer services, spiritual education, Bible study and Mass. This religious center is designed to also accommodate new faculty and staff offices, the Jewish Catholic Institute, and additional meeting space.

THE BIRK CENTER FOR THE ARTS (2012) The new 13,000 square-foot facility is connected to the south end of the Cecchini Center and includes a visual art studio, atrium, music library, instrument storage, Fine and Performing Arts offices, Dorothy Ling Rehearsal Hall and practice rooms for the Walsh Chorale/Chamber Singers and the Cavalier Pride Marching Band.

OFF-CAMPUS SITES Walsh University maintains specially designed facilities in six convenient locations for easy access from Canton, Akron, Youngstown or Cleveland: near I-77 on Arlington Road in Akron and near I-71 on Route 18 in Medina, Stark State College in Canton, at The University of Akron –Wayne College Campus and at the Ursuline Center/Canfield in the Mahoning Valley. The Undergraduate Degree Completion Program in Business (the S.P.S.Program) is offered at Arlington, Canfield, Medina, Stark State College, the University of Akron - Wayne College Campus and the Main Campus (North Canton); the RN/BSN Program at the Akron Campus, and at Stark State College; the MAED Program is offered at the Main Campus in (North Canton) the Canfield Campus, and in Uganda through a partnership with Kisubi Brothers University. Advising, registration, and tuition payments are all made at these sites. Designed specifically for adults, classrooms are comfortable and conductive to learning.

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Walsh University Graduate Catalog 2013-2014

Founders of Walsh University

Graduate Academic Calendar 2013 – 2014

General Information

The DeVille School of Business

The DeVille School of Business Course Descriptions

The Gary and Linda Byers School of Nursing

The Gary and Linda Byers School of Nursing Course Descriptions

NURS 600 Theoretical Development of Nursing Science 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 601 Research Methods & Evidence Based Nursing Inquiry 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 603 Professional Role Development and Ethical Issues 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 605 Epidemiological Methods for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 606 Health Care Policy, Organization, and Financing 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 610 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 612 Advanced Pharmacology 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 614 Advanced Health Assessment 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 615 Seminar in Advanced Clinical Specialty 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 616 Practicum in Advanced Clinical Specialty 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 617 Seminar in Nursing Professional Development 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 618 Health Informatics 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 619 Practicum in Nursing Professional Development 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 620 Clinical Leadership I 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 621 Clinical Leadership II 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 625 Clinical Immersion Project 5 sem. hrs.

NURS 630 Assessment, Measurement & Evaluation in Nursing Education 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 631 Curriculum Design in Nursing Education 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 632 Teaching Strategies in Nursing Education 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 635 Practicum in Nursing Education 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 640 Clinical Assessment and Management 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 641 FNP I: Care of the Adult & Gerontological Client 6 sem. hrs. (4 didactic; 2 clinical)

NURS 642 Clinical Pharmacology 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 643 FNPII: Care of Children and Adolescents 6 sem. hrs. (3.5 didactic; 2.5 clinical)

NURS 644 Dynamics of Family Practice Nursing 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 645 FNP III: Care of Women 6 sem. hrs. (3.5 didactic; 2.5 clinical)

NURS 646 Legal Issues in Advanced Practice Nursing 1 sem. hr.

NURS 647 FNP IV: Care of Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions 6 sem. hrs. (3 didactic; 3 clinical)

NURS 648 Interprofessional Collaboration 1 sem. hr.

NURS 649 FNP V: Care of Families in Primary Care 5 sem. hrs. (1 didactic; 4 clinical)

NURS 701 Nursing Science in Advanced Practice Theories and Foundations 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 702 Advanced Nursing Research 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 703 Biostatistics for Outcomes Evaluation 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 705 Applications of Epidemiology to Health Service 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 706 Health Care Policy, Organization, and Financing 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 708 Translating Evidence to Clinical Practice 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 710 Nsg Leadership Role and Ethics in Complex Health Care Systems 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 715 Clinical in Advanced Specialty 1-3 sem. hrs.

NURS 718 Health Informatics 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 720 Organizational Systems Analysis and Design 3-4 sem. hrs.

NURS 721 Mgmt. for Quality Improvement & Health Care Outcomes Evaluation 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 725 Advanced Leadership in Clinical Practice 3-4 sem. hrs.

NURS 730 Residency Practicum 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 731 DNP Scholarly Project 1-4 sem. hrs.

M.A. Counseling and Human Development

CHD Course Descriptions

BSC 560 Introduction to Counseling and the Counseling Profession 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 602 Research Methods and Program Evaluation 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 603 Assessment in Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 610 Principles, Techniques, and Theories of Counseling and Development 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 612 Lifespan Development 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 624 Career Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 626 Group Process 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 635 Addictions 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 662 Individual Study: Counseling & Human Development 1-3 sem. hrs.

CHD 730 Social & Cultural Diversity in Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 740 Ethics and Issues in Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 790 Practicum: Counseling Techniques 3 sem. hrs.


CHD 620 Foundation and Organization of School Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 637 Consultation, Collaboration and Leadership 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 680 Issues in School Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 795 Internship in School Counseling 3 sem. hrs.


CHD 665 Foundations of Clinical Mental Health Counseling Practice 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 772 Advanced Abnormal Behavior 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 775 Diagnosis of Mental and Emotional Disorders 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 777 Treatment of Mental and Emotional Disorders 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 780 Personality Assessment 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 796 I & 796 II Internship in Clinical Mental Health Counseling I & II 3 sem. hrs. each


CHD 710-1 Counseling Adolescents 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 710-2 Counseling Children 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 710-4 Spirituality in Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 710-6 Cross-Cultural Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 710-8 Conflict Resolution 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 710-9 Counseling Families 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 749 Crisis Intervention 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 751 Counseling for Grief and Loss 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 752 Trauma Assessment/Treatment 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 753 Relational Cultural Therapy 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 754 Psychopharmacology 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 755 Supervision & Consultation 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 756 Art Therapy 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 757 Couples Therapy 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 762 Eating Disorders 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 763 Wellness 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 764 Motivational Counseling 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 767 Art Therapy II 3 sem. hrs.

CHD 768 Cognitive Behavioral Interventions 3 sem. hrs.

Master of Arts in Education

Endorsement Programs

L.E.A.D. Program (Licensure in Education for Adults with Degrees)

M.A. in Education Course Descriptions

EDF 601 Psychology of Learning 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 606 Accommodating Learners with Special Needs 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 607 Research Methods 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 620 Teaching and Learning 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 621 Legal and Ethical Issues in Education 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 622 Philosophy of Education 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 701 Capstone Experience 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 705 Pupil Services 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 706 Principalship 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 707 Personnel Management and Leadership 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 708 Internship (Principal License) 3 sem. hrs.

EDF 709 School Finance for School Adminstrators (Principal License) 3 sem. hrs.


EDT 600 Creative Approaches to Individualizing Instruction 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 601 Information and Communications Technologies for Teaching and Learning 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 602 Implementing Content Area Curriculum 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 603 Mentoring and Supervision: 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 605 School-Community Relations 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 608 Historical Perspectives in Education 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 611 Multicultural Education: Curriculum and Instruction 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 614 Instructional Leadership 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 616 Survey of 21st Century Teaching and Learning Technologies 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 617 Advanced Instructional Technologies 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 618 Design, Development and Delivery of eLearning 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 619 Applying 21st Century Teaching and Learning Research to Education Practice 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 650 Developmental Language and Literacy 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 651 Methods of Teaching Developmental Reading 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 652 The Principles & Practices of Teaching Phonics 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 653 Reading Assessment and Intervention 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 654 Reading in the Content Areas 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 655 Clinical Practicum in Reading 3 sem. hrs. (on-line course)

EDT 662 Independent Study in Education 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 670 Positive Strategies in Discipline 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 700 Seminar: Current Trends in Education 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 710 Assessing Student Performance 3 sem. hrs.

EDT 7XX Special Topics in Education 1-3 sem. hrs.

Communicate Institute Courses

Master of Arts in Theology

M.A. in Theology Course Descriptions

THEO 670 The Catholic Tradition

THEO 679 Christology and the Trinity 3 sem. hrs.

THEO 680 Catholic Moral Life 3 sem. hrs.

THEO 681 Ecclesiology 3 sem. hrs.

THEO 682 Old Testament Scriptures 3 sem. hrs.

THEO 683 New Testament Scriptures 3 sem. hrs.

THEO 690 Spiritual Formation 3 sem. hrs.

THEO 691 Liturgy and the Sacraments 3 sem. hrs.

Theology Electives

Religious Education Concentration

Pastoral Ministry Concentration

Concentration in Parish Administration

Culminating Assignment

Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.)

DPT in Physical Therapy Course Descriptions

PT 503/603 Human Anatomy 6 sem. hrs.

PT 504/604 Foundations of Neuroscience 4 sem. hrs.

PT 506/606 Foundations of Pharmacology 2 sem. hrs.

PT 511/611 Foundations of Clinical Science 4 sem. hrs.

PT 515-1A/615-1A Biomechanics I 2 sem. hrs.

PT 515-1B/615-1B Biomechanics II 2 sem. hrs.

PT 605 Motor Learning/Motor Control 3 sem. hrs.

PT 608 Foundations of Clinical Exercise 4 sem. hrs.

PT 612 Physical Therapy Management of Musculoskeletal Impairment I 3 sem. hrs.

PT 613 Physical Therapy Management of Musculoskeletal Impairment II 5 sem. hrs.

PT 614 Physical Therapy Management of Musculoskeletal Impairment III 5 sem. hrs.

PT 701 Professional Issues I 1 sem. hr.

PT 702 Professional Issues II 1 sem. hr.

PT 703 Professional Experience I 4 sem. hrs.

PT 704 Professional Experience II 4 sem. hrs.

PT 705 Professional Experience III 5 sem. hrs.

PT 706 Professional Experience IV 6 sem. hrs.

PT 710 Health Care Business Management I 2 sem. hrs.

PT 711 Health Care Business Management II 2 sem. hrs.

PT 712 Community Health in Physical Therapy 3 sem. hrs.

PT 713 Service Project 1 sem. hr.

PT 720 Research Methodology I 3 sem. hrs.

PT 721 Research Methodology II 2 sem. hrs.

PT 722 Research Methodology III 1 sem. hr.

PT 723 Research Methodology IV 2 sem. hrs.

PT 730 Neuromuscular Impairment I 6 sem. hrs.

PT 731 Neuromuscular Impairment II 6 sem. hrs.

PT 732 Physical Therapy Management of Multi-System Impairment 4 sem. hrs.

PT 734 Physical Therapy Management of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Impairments I 4 sem. hrs.

PT 735 Physical Therapy Management of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Impairments II 5 sem. hrs.

PT 736 Capstone Seminar: Clinical Decision Making 2 sem. hrs.

PT 740 Special Topics 1 sem. hrs.

PT 740-01 Special Topics: Pediatrics 1 sem. hrs.

PT 742 Life Span 4 sem. hrs.

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