School of Health Sciences

Master of Science in Health Sciences

Program Overview

Thank you for your interest in the MSHS Program at CSU.

The Master of Science in Health Sciences program admits bachelor’s prepared health professionals from diverse work backgrounds who have demonstrated the capacity to pursue a graduate degree and the desire to take more responsible positions in the health care and social or community services environments. This program provides educational opportunities for career advancement, employment mobility and lifelong learning. The curriculum is designed to provide a strong foundation in the health care system, cultural awareness and research while leaving room for the student to utilize elective credits to focus on a professional area of interest or specialization. The multidisciplinary nature of the program is enhanced by the diversity of the students and faculty. Students benefit from examining the industry with other professions and sharing experiences from their perspective.  

This program is intended for practicing health care professionals or those with an undergraduate degree in a health-related area (e.g. Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences) with plans to pursue a career working in health and human services settings. Courses are primarily offered online or in the evenings to accommodate the needs of working professionals.

Faculty teaching in the MSHS Program represent a variety of health care disciplines and basic sciences including: medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing, psychology, medical anthropology, public health, neuroscience and anatomy. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you meet your career objectives.

Jodi DeMarco, DHSc, CHES-Director, Master of Science in Health Sciences