Master of Science in Health Technology
Designing for Health
The College of Applied Health Sciences, in collaboration with Grainger College of Engineering, offers a one-year, STEM-certified Master of Science degree centered in health.
Why Health Technology?
There is a rapidly growing need for well-trained professionals with skills in software application, hardware engineering, human factors, and user-centered design to create innovative health technologies.
Our MS in Health Technology is a one-of-a-kind program, centered in health, that meets this need through classwork and experiential learning opportunities in software/hardware engineering, human factors, and user-centered design.
- One year (12 months) professional Master of Science degree
- 36 credit hours
- Core courses strengthen skills in human factors and engineering concepts applied to health technology
- Electives tailored to individual student interests
- Capstone Project pairs students with industry/academic/community partners
Careers of MS-HT Graduates
Human Factors Engineer
Innovation & Operations Analyst
Freelance/Client Service Manager
Human Factors Associate