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    Online Master's Degree in Health Law

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern Association of College and Schools Institutional Membership(s): SOC PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Master of Science - Master's Enrollment: 50 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: E-mail, Voice, Internet based Subject: Wildlife and Wildlands Science and Management METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through internet

    Supplemental delivery formats include internet

    NSU Law's, two-year, 30-credit Master's in Health Law program teaches non-lawyer, health care professionals the skills necessary to effectively identify, understand and deal with the intricate set of legal issues riddling today's health care environment. The program, taught by experts in the interrelationships of the practice of law and professional health care, is intensely focused on the significant role of the law in health care delivery, regulation, management and public policy.
    The curriculum examines core legal concepts, procedures and policy interpretations affecting the health care industry. The critical knowledge acquired imbues our graduates with a legal awareness, sensitizing them to health care issues, giving them the ability to gauge the scope and severity of potential problems, and enabling them to recognize when and where a lawyer's assistance is needed.
    Accommodating the need and desire of most health care professionals to remain in their present location and employment and, at the same time, draw upon a nationwide faculty, the MHL program offers a unique opportunity via NSU Law's state-of-the-art, internet-based distance learning technology. The majority of work, with the exception of attendance at two or three brief on-campus Institutes, will be accomplished conveniently from the student's own home, on the student's own timing, without compromise of career or other obligations.
    The Shepard Broad Law Center is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the American Association of Law Schools. NSU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The American Bar Association Section of Legal Education has acquiesced in the Law Center's offering the M.H.L. program.
    Technical support is available through the NSU Law Center's Help Desk as well as a comprehensive Web page devoted to troubleshooting WebCT issues.
    Pentium II 266 Mhz or AMD processor (Pentium III at 400Mhz or higher recommended, AMD Athalon Processor or compatible also recommended).
    64MB RAM (128MB RAM recommended).
    56k V.90 Modem. (recommended).
    8x CD-ROM (higher speed recommended).
    8MB Video Card or higher recommended.
    4 GB Hard Disk free space (8 GB or higher recommended).
    128K cache.
    32 bit Sound Blaster card or compatible sound card.
    ISP (Internet Service Provider) (a DSL line recommended)
    Printer (optional)
    Office 97 or 2000 including Word, Power Point, Excel.
    Internet Explorer 5.0 or Netscape Navigator 4.7 or higher recommended
    Windows 98 SE, Windows NT or Windows 2000 (recommended).
    Real Player which you can download for free.
    Antivirus (McAfee or Norton recommended)
    Requirements also include: DirectX version 3.0 or later is recommended.
    Library services for distance students are provided by two departments of the NSU Library, Research, and Information Technology Center. The Document Delivery Department and the Distance and Instructional Services Department provide off-campus students with most of the library services available on campus. You may contact the library at 954-262-4613 or 1-800-541-6682, ext 4613 or by an email to refdesk@nova.edu. Books may not be available at the NSU bookstore immediately. The bookstore orders books based on the registration numbers. Books may be purchased anywhere and the required books are listed on the web site. You may call the bookstore directly at 800)509-2665 ext. 2797, or you may order online via the web site at http://www.novabook.com/
    Tuition is $495 per course credit. Financial aid is available for this program to the extent that it is available for any graduate-level educational program. Detailed information is available on the web site and you may contact the Financial Aid office at 3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7796, Telephone (954) 262-3380, Toll Free (800) 806-3680, Fax (954) 262-3966 or by email at finaid@nova.edu.


    All M.H.L. courses are offered online. Students must attend the residential institute every July at NSU.
    To be eligible for graduation, students must fulfill the following requirements:
    1. Satisfaction of all admission requirements.
    2. Completion of all program courses.
    3. Maintenance of a minimum 2.5 GPA.
    4. Completion of all required coursework, capstone, and residential institutes.
    5. Tuition for entire program must be paid in full and student must be in good standing with NSU.
    Students may receive advisement by contacting the International, Online and Graduate Program office by email, phone or fax.
    Students must request a transfer of credit and complete the Transfer of Credit form on the M.H.L. site.
    The M.H.L program has rolling admission. The program begins each July. Applications must be in by the middle of May to be considered for the July start. Applications will be accepted year round for the next start date.
    Students must attend each residential institute.
    M.H.L course #1020, Legal Research, Methods and Reasoning must be taken before any further classes can be taken. All applicants must have a undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited university. Applicants must also have worked in the health care field for at least 2 years.


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