Online Programs in Aging
To meet the educational needs of healthcare professionals to appropriately care for the aging population, the University offers two options:
The MSHS Aging Track is a 33 credit program. Core courses provide a foundation in evidence-based research. Aging Track students also complete specialized courses in Aging and Health concepts. All students are required to complete a graduate research project regarding aging to fulfill requirements for the degree. The graduate project is a prospectively planned and approved research, educational, administrative or community service activity designed to support and enhance the students ability to apply their graduate experience and achieve tangible outcomes.
The MSHS in Aging is designed to provide a strong aging foundation to meet the demands of health professionals who work with the ever-growing aging population. The online courses are taught by faculty who are dedicated to high quality education and health care.