School of Health and Medical Sciences
Curriculum

First Professional Year
Functional Human Anatomy • Surface Anatomy & Palpation Physical Therapy Roles in Health Care • Human Physiology Motor Control Principles • Kinesiology • Clinical Skills I & II Neuroscience • Therapeutic Modalities

May Session: Psycho-Social Concepts in Health Care Delivery • Embryology & Genetics

Second Professional Year
Orthopedic Clinical Medicine • Pharmacology
Clinical Imaging • Internal Clinical Medicine
Life Span Development • Research Methods
Therapeutic Exercise • Clinical Integration Seminar I and II
Management of Musculoskeletal Problems: Extremities
Orthotics and Prosthetics
Management of the Musculoskeletal Problems: Spine
Exercise Pharmacology • Exercise Physiology
Clinical Practicum I and II • Research Project I

May Session: Clinical Internship I

Third Professional Year
Research Project II & III • Clinical Integration Seminar III and IV
Management for Cardiopulmonary Problems • Geriatric Problems
Pediatric Problems • Management of Neuromuscular Problems
Management of Special Problems • Principles of Teaching and Learning
Neurological Clinical Medicine • Cardiopulmonary Clinical Medicine Biomedical Ethics 
Service Learning Seminar
Clinical Practicum III and IV

May Session: Clinical Internship II

Fourth Professional Year
Health Care Organization & Administration • Clinical Internship III • Clinical Internship IV Curriculum Integration Seminar

Academic Policy
In order to ensure that the School graduates competent and ethical practitioners, the School of Health and Medical Sciences faculty, in conjunction with the Dean's Office, developed the Academic Performance Standards Policy and Student Performance Review Committee Procedures (PDF).

The form for student requests to appeal to the Student Performance Review Committee is available here.
 

Department Secretary:
Aleatha Joseph

(973) 275-2051
aleatha.joseph@shu.edu

Outcomes Link

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