College of Graduate Health Sciences


College of Graduate Health Sciences

The College of Graduate Health Sciences offers 9 programs leading to a doctor of philosophy or masters’ degree. As you review the information, you will see all the College of Graduate Health Sciences has to offer graduate health students.

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Degree

Program

Concentration

Early

Regular

Late

Certificate

Clinical Research

No

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Jun 1

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Master

Dental Science

Yes

--

Apr 15

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Master of Science

Biomedical Engineering

Yes

--

May 15

--

Master of Science

Biomedical Sciences

Yes

Jan 15

Mar 1

--

Master of Science

Epidemiology

No

--

Apr 15

--

Master of Science

Health Outcomes & Policy Research*

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Master of Science

Pharmaceutical Sciences**

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Master of Science

Pharmacology

No

--

Jun 1

--

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Biomedical Engineering

No

--

May 15

--

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Biomedical Sciences

Yes

Jan 15

Mar 15

--

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Health Outcomes & Policy Research

Yes

--

Mar 15

--

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Nursing Science

No

--

Feb 1

--

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Yes

--

Mar 15

--

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Speech & Hearing Science

No

--

Feb 1

--

* Graduate study leading to the Master of Science (MS) in Health Outcomes and Policy Research is only available to students accepted to and enrolled in the PhD in Health Outcomes and Policy Research program. A student who has satisfactorily completed a minimum of 30 credit hours may choose not to finish the additional coursework and research required for a PhD and instead choose to graduate with an MS degree.

**Graduate study leading to the Master of Science (MS) in Pharmaceutical Sciences is only available to students accepted to and enrolled in the PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences program. A student who has satisfactorily completed a minimum of 30 credit hours may choose not to finish the additional coursework and research required for a PhD and instead choose to graduate with an MS degree.

Degree

Program

Concentration

Certificate

Master

Dental Science

Yes

No

Master of Science

Biomedical Engineering

Yes

No

Master of Science

Biomedical Sciences

Yes

No

Master of Science

Epidemiology

No

No

Master of Science

Health Outcomes & Policy Research*

Yes No

Master of Science

Pharmaceutical Sciences**

No No

Master of Science

Pharmacology

No

No

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Biomedical Engineering

No

No

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Biomedical Sciences

Yes

 No

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Health Outcomes & Policy Research

Yes

No

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Nursing Sciences

No

No

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Yes

No

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

Speech & Hearing Science

No

No

Certificate

Clinical Research

No

Yes

* Graduate study leading to the Master of Science (MS) in Health Outcomes and Policy Research is only available to students accepted to and enrolled in the PhD in Health Outcomes and Policy Research program. A student who has satisfactorily completed a minimum of 30 credit hours may choose not to finish the additional coursework and research required for a PhD and instead choose to graduate with an MS degree.

** Graduate study leading to the Master of Science (MS) in Pharmaceutical Sciences is only available to students accepted to and enrolled in the PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences program. A student who has satisfactorily completed a minimum of 30 credit hours may choose not to finish the additional coursework and research required for a PhD and instead choose to graduate with an MS degree.