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M.S. Cardiovascular Sciences

Students who are seeking to earn the M.S. in Cardiovascular Sciences have earned their B.S. degree in Biology or a related field. Students who are admitted matriculate at the IHVI campus for six semesters (two years).  The following coursework is taken:

Year 01 (At Inova)
Fall Semester  
  CVS 405/505  Introduction to the Medical Environment (1 h) 
  CVS 410/510  Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology I (3 h) 
  CVS 415/515   Monitoring Instrumentation and Techniques (3 h) 
  CVS 420/520  Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory:  Practices and Procedures I (3 h) 
  CVS 425/525   Gas Exchange and Fluid Balance (3 h) 
  CVS 430/530  Electrophysiology and Electrocardiology (2 h) 
  CVS 435/535  Clinical Laboratory Information and Instrumentation I (1 h) 
  CVS 450/550  Cardiovascular Pharmacology I (1 h) 
  CVS 440/540  Clinical Applications Practice (1 h) (Clinical Practice)* 
     
Spring Semester   
  CVS 411/511  Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology II (3 credits) 
CVS 421/521 Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory: Practices and Procedures I (3 h)
CVS 436/536 Clinical Laboratory Information and Instrumentation II (1 h)
CVS 451/551 Cardiovascular Pharmacology II (1 h)
CVS 455/555 Advanced Cardiac and Pediatric Life Support (1 h)
CVS 441/541 Clinical Practice  (8 h)* 
Summer Semester
CVS 412/512 Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology III (3 h)
CVS 432/532 Medical and Surgical Treatment of Cardiac Disease  (2 h) 
CVS 442/542 Clinical Practice (12 credits)
Year 02
Fall Semester
CVS 622 Epidemiology & Biostatistics (3 h)
CVS 615 Electrophysiology Laboratory: Practices & Procedures I (3 h)
CVS 610 Cardiac Pacing and Defibrillator Technology (3 h)
CVS 640 Clinical Practice (8 h)
Spring Semester
CVS 620 Advanced EP Procedures and Technology I (3 h)
CVS 613 Arrhythmia mechanisms, diseases and management (3 h)
CVS 624 Financial Implications in Healthcare (3 h)
CVS 626 Principles of Health Care Management (3 h)
CVS 641 Clinical Practice  (8 h)
Summer Semester
CVS 630 Advanced EP Procedures and Technology II (2 h)
CVS 650 Ethical Issues in Health Care  (3 h) 
CVS 690 Research Project  (3 h)
CVS 642 Clinical Practice (12 h)

     



 

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