Health Sciences, M.S.
The Master of Science in Health Sciences is an interdisciplinary graduate degree designed for health and rehabilitation professionals and educators interested in pursuing advanced education at the master's level.
Graduates of the program will acquire advanced knowledge and understanding of current trends and issues, as well as the problem-solving skills needed to assume leadership roles in practice and educational settings.
As a student in the program, you complete 36 credit hours of graduate course work, including a required 6 credit hour project or thesis. The program curriculum comprises three components:
- health science core courses to include preparation for project/thesis (21 credit hours)
- elective courses (9 credit hours)
- project/thesis (6 credit hours)