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Learn more about our master's and joint programs below. For more information about PhD programs, please visit the Feinberg Office of Research Training page or the Doctor of Physical Therapy website.

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Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety

The Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety is a part-time or dual-degree program focusing on the theoretical and practical skills necessary for improving healthcare delivery systems as well as changing the policy landscape of our healthcare system.

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Master of Science in Health and Biomedical Informatics

This program is housed within the Division of Health and Biomedical Informatics in the Department of Preventive Medicine and is geared primarily toward doctorally prepared scientists who wish to gain additional experience in HBMI.

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Master of Science in Reproductive Science

This 18-month, full-time, terminal Master of Science degree program focuses on mammalian reproductive biology and medicine through structured reproductive science coursework, hands-on laboratory instruction, seminars and independent thesis research. The mission of MS-RSM is to provide fundamental reproductive science training with a focus on applications to human health.

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Master of Science in Regulatory Compliance

This interdisciplinary professional program addresses core areas of regulatory compliance, including risk management, quality systems, leadership and communication skills. The MSRC curriculum focuses on these interdisciplinary core competencies while also stressing practical applications within the program's three tracks: healthcare compliance, clinical research and quality systems.

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Master of Public Health (MPH)

The MPH program is a part-time or dual-degree evening program designed to prepare healthcare professionals to be boundary spanners between clinical care and public health.

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Master in Prosthetics-Orthotics (MPO)

The Northwestern University Prosthetics-Orthotics Center masters in Prosthetics & Orthotics Program is a full-time, two-year (21-month) academic curriculum that prepares the graduate to enter an accredited residency program, sit for national certification examinations and become a successful entry-level practitioner in prosthetics and orthotics.

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Master in Health Informatics (MHI)

The MHI program prepares students for opportunities across the spectrum of healthcare delivery, exploring current systems as well as industry trends and developing essential skills such as change management and negotiation.

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Master of Science in Health Services and Outcomes Research

This full- (one-year) or part-time (two-year) program prepares students to conduct research to improve access to care, healthcare delivery and patient outcomes. The program follows a hybrid (online and in-person) instructional model.

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Master of Science in Health Communication

The Master of Science in Health Communication is a one-year program that prepares graduates to design, produce, analyze and evaluate effective campaigns, policies, protocols and media products in order to improve health and healthcare outcomes.

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Master of Genetic Counseling

This 18-month program is aimed at preparing students to provide one-on-one or group genetic counseling. Students apply through The Graduate School. The program is conducted primarily on the Chicago campus.

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Master of Science in Biostatistics (MSB)

The Master of Science in Biostatistics is an intensive, four-quarter (July 1 - June 30) degree program in biostatistics. The program provides an education in the design, conduct and data analysis of population-based research with a focus on quantitative methods. It is sponsored by the Department of Preventive Medicine.

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Master of Science in Clinical Investigation

The Master of Science in Clinical Investigation is a part-time evening program that complements the public health master's program in providing education in quantitative and ethically sound methods necessary for design, implementation, analysis and publication of clinical research studies.

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