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Ph.D. in Health & Rehabilitation Science

 

Welcome. On behalf of our faculty and staff, I welcome you to the Health and Rehabilitation Science PhD Program. We are pleased to have you join our community here in the College of Health Professions.

We recognize that arriving on campus and getting started can be a bit overwhelming. Peruse these resources to become familiar with upcoming deadlines, procedures to get you established on campus, and more. If you have any questions, or problems getting started, don’t hesitate to call us. Again, congratulations, and we look forward to seeing you very soon.

Heather Bonilha


Sincerely,
Heather Bonilha, PhD, CCC-SLP
Division Director
PhD in Health and Rehabilitation Science

 New Student Information:

MUSC Accounts (NetIDs) for new students will be assigned in mid-June.  You will receive a notification email with activation instructions once this has occurred.  With your NEtID you will be able to access the CHP Fall Orientation (online). This online orientation will guide you through many new student "to dos" and prepare you for your on-campus orientation and the start of fall courses. 

Orientation Dates: August 15 -16, 2019

Handbook for PhD Students (coming soon)

Schedule of Fall Courses (coming soon)

Authorship Guideline Form (PDF)
Please read these articles prior to orientation:

Article 1: The Culture of Authorship (PDF)

Article 2: Guide to Determining Authorship Credit & Order (PDF)

ADA Resources