Cleveland State University
Department of Health Sciences
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 thedevelopment of diverse roles. This program is intended for practicing health care professionals. Courses areoffered evenings and weekends for part-time students. The program has a core of five courses. In addition, it requires three courses in an area of emphasis, three electives and a capstone research project or thesis. The three areas of emphasis are: professional practice, education and management. The M.S.H.S. also may be combined with one of CSU's certificate programs. These currently include: Advanced Study in Bioethics; Culture, Communication, and Health Care (pending final approval); Ergonomics/Human Factors; Gerontological Studies, and Health Care Administration.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Facts & Figures
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Loans Offered: Please work with the University's Financial Aid Office for possible loans.
Locale: Large City
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