College of Health Professions

 

 


Health Science (M.S.)

Why Earn a Master’s Degree in Health Science?

Towson’s Master of Science in health science prepares graduates to play an influential role in education, medical care, community health organizations and other public health settings. Healthcare professionals and students with a health science background can broaden their knowledge and learn new skills. A new program track is also open for students without undergraduate degrees in health care.

 

    
 
Towson Univerity - MS in Health Science

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A Flexible Format

Designed for the working professional, the program offers a wide variety of evening classes. Part-time students can complete course work at their own pace. Students wishing to pursue the program’s thesis option complete a research project in their area of specialty. Non-thesis students take additional course work.

Choose Your Specialty

Students tailor the program to fit their academic needs and professional goals, specializing in one of the following concentrations:

  • Administration graduates find work in government, community and school settings.
  • Community Health prepares graduates for community health education careers in the public and private sectors.
  • School Health Education prepares graduates for positions in health education, including teacher, program supervisor, health education media specialist and program evaluation specialist. Many find positions in continuing education and school personnel departments.
  • Dual concentration students take required coursework in any two of the above concentrations of their choosing, thus bridging areas of specialization.

       

Learn from Experts

At Towson, health science students have access to a diverse, talented and highly experienced faculty. With expertise in many areas, faculty members work closely with students to plan a specialized course of study.

Department Resources

Health Science MS students should review the Health Science Graduate Handbook.

Students should also review the Department of Health Sciences Projected Schedule of Graduate Courses.

The Department of Health Science, an NCATE approved program, is required to collect certain information from Master's students in order to track student growth in graduate education programs.

Students must have a signed Program of Study (PoS) form on file with the Graduate Program Director.

The Health Science Graduate Newsletter is issued every semester.

Spring 2014 Graduate Health Science Newsletter

 

 

 

 

Susan Radius
410-704-4216
sradius@towson.edu

 

 

Learn more about Interim Chairperson Maggie Reitz through her faculty profile.

 

 

 

 

• Health Science Master's Program received the Best Practices Award in Assessment for 2008 - 2009 for best practice learning goals, teaching and learning strategies, assessment methods and use of assessment results.

• Check out the Help Center for Graduate Students - Room 308 Linthicum Hall

 


 

 

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