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PhD Degrees in Allied Healthcare in the USA

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PhD Degree in Allied Healthcare in the USA

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Richardson, USA

The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences’ Doctor of Audiology degree program is one of the nation’s most respected and stands at No. 2 in the most recent ranking by U.S. Ne ... +

The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences’ Doctor of Audiology degree program is one of the nation’s most respected and stands at No. 2 in the most recent ranking by U.S. News & World Report. This degree focuses on clinical preparation in the identification, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing disorders, as well as rehabilitation of hearing loss. The program’s mission is to guide students in attaining the essential knowledge and skill for entry into the practice of audiology. -
PhD
Full-time
4 years
English
Campus
 
Fort Lauderdale, USA

Earn both your bachelor’s and your Doctor of Audiology in eight years through Nova Southeastern University’s Dual Admission program. From the beginning, you’ll gain real exper ... +

Earn both your bachelor’s and your Doctor of Audiology in eight years through Nova Southeastern University’s Dual Admission program. From the beginning, you’ll gain real experience, learning to apply the latest technologies and current scientific research in diagnostic assessment, treatment, and management across the spectrum of auditory and vestibular disorders. -
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Full-time
8 years
English
Sep 2022
01 Feb 2022
Campus
 
Rochester, USA

This CRNA postgraduate degree program is designed for a certified registered nurse anaesthetist (CRNAs) with a master's degree. Applicants must have graduated from the Mayo Cl ... +

This CRNA postgraduate degree program is designed for a certified registered nurse anaesthetist (CRNAs) with a master's degree. Applicants must have graduated from the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences Master of Nurse Anesthesia Program or be currently employed by Mayo Clinic as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. -
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English
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