Students completing coursework in the Master of Science in Allied Health are prepared for leadership roles in health care practice and delivery, as well as further studies at the doctoral level.
The Master of Science program offered by the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences prepares registered, certified, and/or licensed health professionals for expanded roles in research, teaching, administration, and advanced professional practice. With advisor assistance, students structure a program of study to meet their specific needs and objectives. Students will also complete elective courses based on their area of emphasis.
Graduate concentration areas of emphasis include:
- Health and Rehabilitation Education
- Health and Rehabilitation Leadership
- Health and Rehabilitation Research
- Clinical Nutrition
- Health Informatics
- Pre-PhD Pathway
For more information about the program, please visit our website at hrs.osu.edu/academics/graduate-programs/ms-in-health-and-rehabilitation-sciences.