WesternU’s Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) graduates are regularly tapped to assume leadership roles in health professions and community education. We attribute the success of our students to our faculty and student’s commitment to teaching and learning, the program’s flexibility and innovation, and our outstanding reputation.
Although courses are primarily offered on campus in the late afternoons and evenings, we currently offer a few web-based courses as well, and more are in development. You may choose one of two areas of focus: Health Professions Education (HPE) or Community Health Education (CHE). Most students elect to declare their focus area before the end of the first year. Additionally, NMM/OMM Fellows in the College of Osteopathic Medicine may earn their MSHS degree while in the Fellowship by participating in a track designed specifically for them. Students admitted to the College of Podiatric Medicine may complete the Research in Podiatric Medicine Track of the MSHS program.