Thursday, July 21, 2005
Congratulations to the recent graduate students receiving their Master's Degree in Health Law from the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University (NSU). According to the school's press release,
Twenty-five students from nine states and the Bahamas traveled to Fort Lauderdale to celebrate their completion of the rigorous online two-year program designed to educate non-lawyer health care professionals about health-related legal issues. The program is taught almost entirely over the Internet with the exception of two residential sessions held on campus annually in July. Designed for working professionals, the M.H.L. program is geared to meet the needs of full-time practitioners, administrators, military personnel, nurses, risk managers, and leaders in the health care industry.
The Shepard Broad Law Center offers an innovative 21st century curriculum for today’s talented student. In addition to the online Master's Degree in Health Law, the school offers a solid foundation in traditional legal subjects and a pioneering clinical program that sets it apart from other law schools. Students may enroll in either a full-time day or part-time evening J.D. program. The Shepard Broad Law Center is ABA-approved, and offers a wide variety of international and comparative learning opportunities including courses, clinical opportunities, and law programs abroad.