The Health Science concentration is composed of 12-credits and four courses that are applied to the MS in Health and Social Innovation.
Upon completion of this coursework, students will be able to:
- Engage with and respond to civic, social, environmental, medical, and economic challenges at the local, national and global levels.
- Learn how to search, interpret and evaluate the medical and public health literature; including qualitative and quantitative studies.
- Examine and critically appraise healthcare delivery systems and health policy at the local and global level
- Discuss and inform health care delivery, patient safety, quality, and risk management
- Articulate and explain principles and practice of medical and public health ethics.
Curriculum Completion Timeline
- Two back-to-back 8-week courses are taken each semester, one course at a time.
- Students may take their coursework separately or concurrently with the MS in Health Science curriculum