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  • 1. College Of Allied Health Sciences
    • Clinical Laboratory Science
    • Speech & Hearing Sciences
    • Health Information Management
    • Health Services Management
    • Rehabilitation Services
  • 2. Clinical Laboratory Science (BS)
    • Important Notes
      • Special application required. Can only apply ONCE per year: Deadline is FEB 1.
      • Only 16 seats available for this program.
      • A minimum 2.0 GPA required in all science courses (and other coursework) to be CONSIDERED for admission.
      • Higher grades are recommended due to the competitiveness of the program. (FYI: There was a waiting list in 2008)
    • Relevant Links
      • Clinical Laboratory Science Admissions http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/clsc/admissions.cfm
      •   Allied Health Advising Center http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/AHadvising.cfm
      • Undergraduate Catalogs http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aa/SrchCatalog.cfm (For major requirements, look under “Academic Programs” )
  • 3. Speech & Hearing Sciences (BS)
    • Important Notes
      • Student must earn a B or better in CSDI 2100
      • Special application required. Can only apply ONCE per year: Deadline is in March.
      • Minimum GPA of 2.5 required; higher grades are recommended due to the competitiveness of the program.
      • An interview is required for this program.
    • Relevant Links
      • Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders http://www.ecu.edu/csd/
      • Allied Health Advising Center http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/AHadvising.cfm
      • Undergraduate Catalogs http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aa/SrchCatalog.cfm (For major requirements, look under “Academic Programs” )
  • 4. Health Information Management (BS)
    • Degree changes
      • Due to projected changes in the certification requirements of the Council on Certification of the American Health Information Management Association, this bachelor’s program will transition to a master's degree program.  The last semester for matriculation of part-time students into the bachelor's program is Fall 2010 .  The last semester for matriculation of full-time students into the bachelor's program is Fall 2011 .  Students should plan to complete this bachelor of science in health information management by May 2015.
    • Important Notes
      • ECU does NOT offer a progression program for AAS students. Professional phase of this program can be completed on-line.
      • Special application required. Can only apply ONCE per year: FEB1. All HIM prerequisites must be completed by Summer Session I to begin program in the FALL.
      • Students must make a “C” or better in BIOL 2130/31 (or BIOL 2140/41 and 2150/51) MATH 1065, Statistics, MIS 2223, HIMA 3000, and HSMA 2000
      • Minimum required GPA is 2.5 but higher grades are recommended due to the competitiveness of the program.
    • Relevant Links
      • Health Information Management http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/hsim/him-academics.cfm
      • Allied Health Advising Center http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/AHadvising.cfm
      • Undergraduate Catalogs http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aa/SrchCatalog.cfm (For major requirements, look under “Academic Programs” )
  • 5. Health Services Management (BS)
    • Important Notes
      • Students with an AAS degree in an Allied Health field must still meet regular ECU admission requirements, and still must complete the 42 hours of general education. Completion of an AAS does not guarantee that a student will graduate in 2 years after transferring.
      • Special application required. Can only apply ONCE per year: FEB1. All HSM prerequisites must be completed by Summer Session I to begin program in the FALL.
      • Students must make a “C” or better in BIOL 2130/31 (or BIOL 2140/41 and 2150/51) MATH 1065, Statistics, MIS 2223, HIMA 3000, and HSMA 2000
      • Minimum required GPA is 2.5 but higher grades are recommended due to the competitiveness of the program.
      • In order to be eligible for the Allied Health Management concentration, students must have an AAS degree in an Allied Health field, and be licensed and working in that field. They must submit a copy of their license to us to be eligible.
    • Relevant Links
      • Health Services Management http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/hsim/hsm.cfm
      • Allied Health Advising Center http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/AHadvising.cfm
      • Undergraduate Catalogs http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aa/SrchCatalog.cfm (For major requirements, look under “Academic Programs” )
  • 6. Rehabilitation Services (BS)
    • Important Notes
      • Special application required. Applications are due by October 15 for Spring and March 15 for Fall. Must be close to completing all 42 hours of Foundations Curriculum courses prior to being admitted.
      • Students must have a minimum ECU GPA of 2.5 established before applying to the program. Higher grades are recommended due to the competitiveness of the program.
    • Relevant Links
      • Rehabilitation Services http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/rehb/undergrad.cfm
      • Allied Health Advising Center http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/AHadvising.cfm
      • Undergraduate Catalogs http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aa/SrchCatalog.cfm (For major requirements, look under “Academic Programs” )
  • 7. ECU Graduate Programs
    • Dentistry
    • Medicine
    • Occupational Therapy (OT) Rehabilitation Studies
    • Physician Assistant (PA)
    • Physical Therapy (PT)
    • Speech Language Pathology
  • 8. Dentistry Graduate Program
    • Please note that students interested in Dentistry, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Physician Assistant Studies need to select an UNDERGRADUATE major. These are all GRADUATE degrees. Students can choose any undergraduate major they wish as long as they have the appropriate pre-requisites for their intended graduate program.
    • Students can major in anything and apply to dental school as long as they have the appropriate courses. Students are encouraged to choose a major based on their interests and in which they can excel.
    • The ECU School of Dentistry is projected to open the fall of 2011. For more information, please visit their website at www.ecu.edu/dentistry
    • For a list of the required courses for dentistry, consult our brochure http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/upload/09-473-Advising-Booklet.pdf Pre-Dental Honor Society http://www.ecu.edu/org/predental/
  • 9. Medicine Graduate Program
    • Please note that students interested in Dentistry, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Physician Assistant Studies need to select an UNDERGRADUATE major. These are all GRADUATE degrees. Students can choose any undergraduate major they wish as long as they have the appropriate pre-requisites for their intended graduate program.
    • Students can major in anything and apply to medical school as long as they have the appropriate courses. Students are encouraged to choose a major based on their interests and in which they can excel.
    • For admissions information, please visit the Brody School of Medicine website at www.ecu.edu/med/
    • For a list of the required courses for medicine, consult our brochure http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/upload/09-473-Advising-Booklet.pdf
  • 10. Occupational Therapy (OT) Graduate Program
    • Please note that students interested in Dentistry, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Physician Assistant Studies need to select an UNDERGRADUATE major. These are all GRADUATE degrees. Students can choose any undergraduate major they wish as long as they have the appropriate pre-requisites for their intended graduate program.
    • Students can major in anything and apply to OT graduate programs as long as they have the appropriate courses. Students are encouraged to choose a major based on their interests and in which they can excel.
    • For admissions information, please visit the program website at www.ecu.edu/ot
    • For a list of the required courses for OT, consult our brochure http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/upload/09-473-Advising-Booklet.pdf
  • 11. Physician Assistant (PA) Graduate Program
    • Please note that students interested in Dentistry, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Physician Assistant Studies and Pharmacy need to select an UNDERGRADUATE major. These are all GRADUATE degrees. Students can choose any undergraduate major they wish as long as they have the appropriate pre-requisites for their intended graduate program.
    • Students can major in anything and apply to PA graduate programs as long as they have the appropriate courses. Students are encouraged to choose a major based on their interests and in which they can excel.
    • For admissions information, please visit the program website at www.ecu.edu/pa/
    • For a list of the required courses for PA, consult our brochure: http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/upload/09-473-Advising-Booklet.pdf
  • 12. Physical Therapy (PT) Graduate Program
    • Please note that students interested in Dentistry, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Physician Assistant Studies need to select an UNDERGRADUATE major. These are all GRADUATE degrees. Students can choose any undergraduate major they wish as long as they have the appropriate pre-requisites for their intended graduate program.
    • Students can major in anything and apply to PT graduate programs as long as they have the appropriate courses. Students are encouraged to choose a major based on their interests and in which they can excel.
    • For admissions information, please visit the program website at www.ecu.edu/pt
    • For a list of the required courses for PT, consult our brochure http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aec/upload/09-473-Advising-Booklet.pdf
    • Pre PT Student Organization http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/pt/prept.cfm

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