Overview - MS in Population Health Sciences

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Program at a Glance

Delivery Format - Online

Number of Credit Hours - 30

Tuition per Hour - $420

Application Deadline - June 15 for fall admission; November 1 for spring admission

Programs, courses and tuition subject to change.

Make a Difference in the Changing Landscape of Health Care

Gain the knowledge you need as a physician, administrator, clinical researcher, health care professional or behavioral scientist to implement outcome-based strategies and improve the quality of care for your patients, while reducing costs and practitioner burnout.

The 30-credit-hour Master of Science in Population Health Sciences program can be pursued completely online, allowing you the flexibility to earn your degree around your own schedule. Your curriculum can be tailored to meet individual interests. Whether they are clinical, social and behavioral in nature or you're looking to advance the research infrastructure of your organization, our program can help you reach your goals.

This innovative program can provide you with the ability to proactively address the health care of your patients and communities in diverse settings. For the researcher, we have courses that cover essential areas such as qualitative research methods and data mining. Graduates of this program may pursue or continue leadership careers in clinics, hospitals, primary care offices and other health care settings, that emphasize better health care for individuals, patients and communities.

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