Thank you for your interest in the MSHS Program at CSU.
The M.S. in Health Sciences is a post-professional degree designed to prepare individuals for emerging leadership roles in the rapidly changing health care environment and to enhance opportunities for advancement in clinical, educational and administrative areas. Emphasis is on independent, self-directed learning and the development of diverse roles.
This program is intended for practicing health care professionals or those with an undergraduate degree in a health-related area (e.g. Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences) with plans to pursue a career working in health and human services settings. Courses are primarily offered online or in the evenings to accommodate the needs of working professionals.
The program requires the completion of 36 credits: five core courses (15 credits), three courses in an area of Health Science emphasis (9 credits), three electives (9 credits) and a capstone research project or thesis (3 credits). To view the MSHS Curriculum visit this link: MSHS Program Curriculum.
The MSHS also may be combined with one of CSU's Graduate Certificate programs as a way to gain knowledge and skills in a specialized area (e.g. Advanced Study in Bioethics; Culture, Communication, and Health Care; Gerontological Studies, Health Care Administration and Occupational and Physical Therapy in the Schools). To learn more about CSU’s Graduate Certificate Programs, visit this link Graduate Certificates.
Faculty teaching in the MSHS Program represent a variety of health care disciplines and basic sciences including: medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing, psychology, medical anthropology, public health, neuroscience and anatomy. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you meet your career objectives.
Jodi DeMarco, DHSc, CHES-Director, Master of Science in Health Sciences