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Admission to the University does not guarantee admission to professional or graduate programs. Please see individual department sites for admission requirements and deadlines.

• Biomedical Sciences   • Physician Assistant Studies  
• Cardiorespiratory Care   • Physical Therapy  
• Emergency Medical Services   • Radiologic Sciences  
• Occupational Therapy   • Speech Pathology and Audiology  

Certificate Program  
• Emergency Medical Services Basic EMT Certificate - 1 semester
Paramedic Certificate - 4-5 semesters beyond Basic EMT (Basic EMT is a prerequisite)
Undergraduate Programs  
• Biomedical Sciences 4 years (preparation for professional health programs, research, or employment)
• Cardiorespiratory Care 2 years preprofessional
2 years professional component
• Emergency Medical Services Training 2 years preprofessional (includes EMT Basic)
2 years professional component (includes Paramedic Core)
• Radiologic Sciences 2 years preprofessional
2 years professional component
• Speech & Hearing Sciences 4 years (preparation for master's in speech-language pathology, doctor of audiology or doctor of philosophy program)
Graduate Programs  
• Occupational Therapy Entry-level master's program - 7 semesters (requires bachelor's degree or 96 semester hours of prerequisites and electives)
• Physical Therapy Entry-level doctoral program - 8 semesters (requires bachelor's degree or 96 semester hours of prerequisites and electives)
• Physician Assistant Studies Entry-level master's program - 7 semesters (requires bachelor's degree)
• Speech - Language Pathology Master's program - 5 semesters (with bachelor's degree in Speech & Hearing) or 8 semesters (for those with degree outside the field)
• Audiology Doctor of audiology program - 11 semesters (with bachelor's degree in Speech & Hearing) or 14 semesters (for those with degree outside the field)
• Communication Sciences & Disorders Ph.D. program (post bachelor's program, post master's program, post doctor of audiology program or combined doctor of audiology and doctor of philosophy program)

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