Master of Science in Health Technology
Are you interested in wearable technology, assistive robots, or virtual reality? Want to make an impact in the future of health care? There is a rapidly growing need for well-trained professionals with skills in software application, hardware engineering, human factors, and user-centered design to create innovative health technologies. The College of Applied Health Sciences, in collaboration with Grainger College of Engineering, offers:
- One year (12 months) professional Master of Science degree
- 36 credit hours
- Core courses strengthen skills in human factors and engineering concepts applied to health technology
- Electives tailored to individual student interests
- Capstone experiences pair students with industry/academic/community partners
Graduates of this program will find careers in industry, start-ups, consulting, regulatory agencies. health care organizations, and community organizations.
The MS in Health Technology Advisory Board of industry experts will offer professional/career advice. The MS in Health Technology will offer several opportunities to interact with industry leaders both formally and informally.
Applications for Fall 2021
Applications Open: October 1, 2020
Deadline for full consideration for admission and scholarship: March 1, 2021
Final Deadline for international students: April 1, 2021
Final Deadline for Domestic students: May 1, 2021
GRE scores for the Fall 2021 term only are highly recommended but not required. If needed, explore the GRE General Test at Home as a potential option.
Attend an Information Session:
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02/02/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
02/09/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
02/16/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
02/23/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
03/02/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
03/09/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
03/16/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
03/23/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
03/30/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
04/06/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST
04/13/2021 – 4pm-5pm CST