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University of Pittsburgh    
2019-2020 Graduate & Professional Studies Catalog 
    
 
  Sep 28, 2022
 
2019-2020 Graduate & Professional Studies Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Rehabilitation Science and Technology - Prosthetics & Orthotics Concentration, MS


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Program Requirements/Minimum Credits


Students enrolled in the MSPO Program are required to complete 65 credits to meet degree requirements. The curriculum meets all requirements for students to do NCOPE residencies and take the American Board of Certification in Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Pedorthics certification examinations. Specific courses include:

Program Total = 65 credits


*Each course is offered only once during the academic year, therefore, any departure from completing a course in its planned sequence (for example: failure, for any reason, to satisfactorily complete a required course; an unresolved “G” or “Incomplete” grade) will result in a one year delay in completing the course, the remaining program requirements, and the year of graduation.

Comprehensive Exam


At the beginning of the final term of study, a comprehensive examination will be given, covering all aspects of the Program. Students will be required to pass this examination prior to graduation.

Thesis/Non-thesis Options


All MSPO students are required to complete at least a Capstone Project, under the direction of a faculty advisor and an additional faculty reader. However, as a substitute for the Capstone Project, the student may elect to complete a master’s thesis, under the direction of a faculty advisor and thesis committee. Students electing to pursue the thesis option will complete 3 credits of Graduate Research Proposal (HRS 2924 ) in place of the 3 credit Capstone Project (HRS 2926 ) and will also complete 3 credits of Graduate Research (HRS 2925 ).

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