MS in Health Sciences
Master of Science in Health Sciences – Aging, Health Professions Education, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Integrative Health and Wellness, or Tailored Track
Regardless of one’s track, The Master of Science in Health Sciences is a 30 – credit program consisting of the following:
- A 12- credit core of courses [4 courses]
- 15 – credit Specialty Tracks [students choose one track]
- A 3 – credit capstone graduate project
Click here for the curriculum for the Aging Certificate
Click here for the curriculum for the Health Professions Education Track
Click here for the curriculum for the Clinical Laboratory Sciences Track
Click here for the curriculum for the Integrative Health and Wellness Track
Click here for the curriculum for the Tailored Track
Click here for the curriculum for the Disease Management (CMRI) Track
* Rutgers - SHRP course descriptions are available online at http://coursecatalog.shrp.rutgers.edu/index.cfm.
* Curriculum subject to change.
* Check with CMRI regarding requirements to obtain graduate level ACE approved credit
The capstone project, IDST6980 Graduate Project, is required of all students in the program, irrespective of their track. The project is a prospectively planned and approved research, educational, administrative or community service activity designed to support and enhance the student’s ability to apply their graduate experience and achieve tangible outcomes. It is normally conducted after completion of core and specialization coursework and includes 150-300 hours of field work or practical experience. Students may complete the project at their place of employment if (1) the company/institution approves and (2) the project is beyond a student’s normal work responsibilities. The student works with a faculty advisor and on-site supervisor to develop a meaningful, graduate level experience.