The M.S. in Health Sciences is a 12-month, non-thesis degree program designed to enhance students’ knowledge in the biomedical and public health disciplines and to help them develop and achieve their career goals.

 Completion of this degree program has prepared students for positions in:

  • Professional programs: Medicine, Dentistry, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant
  • Academic graduate programs: Ph.D., M.P.H., Doctorate in Public Health
  • Government
  • Education

Features of our Program

  • 30 hours of graduate level coursework on topics complimentary to advanced degree programs
  • Small class size
  • Training in study skills, interviewing, resume preparation, writing cover letters and personal statements
  • Cost sharing for MCAT and DAT test preparation courses

MS in Health Sciences class 2019

WVU is an R1: Doctoral University, the highest research activity as described by the Carnegie classification of institutes of higher education.