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Studying Human Medicine

Human medicine is the study and practice of diagnosis, treatment and disease prevention of patients, with the purpose of improving their well-being. When student gain enough knowledge to put their courses into practice, they become well-trained doctors choosing from wide range of specializations.

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The U.S. is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world. It has an internationally renowned education system, and offers a huge variety of English-language courses and speciality degrees.

380 Human Medicine Master's degrees in United States

Master Speech and Hearing Sciences

The Speech and Hearing Sciences program is offered by Washington State University. program provides the basis for certification in speech-language pathology by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the certificate of clinical competence or the CCC, and for state licensure.

M.Sc. Medical Sciences

The Medical Sciences program at the University of South Florida is designed to provide students with advanced training in either Anatomy, Biochemistry, Medical Microbiology, or Pharmacology. 

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M.Sc. Physiology

The master's (MS) in physiology is a one-year program designed to help college graduates strengthen their academic credentials in preparation for application to U.S. medical schools.

M.Sc. Medical Science

The Master of Science in Medical Science (MSMS) Program at Indiana University School of Medicine was created to enhance the preparation and confidence of its students to be successful in a medical curriculum. This unique opportunity is for students from especially disadvantaged backgrounds.

M.Ed. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The program emphasizes a clinical orientation, focusing on theory and skills in counseling (individual, group, and family), assessment, human behavior and development, diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders, intervention methods, lifestyle and career development, legal and ethical responsibilities, and service-delivery systems.

Postgraduate Certificate Genetic Counseling

Northwestern University provides a strong foundation in core genetic counseling skills and identifies each student’s strengths in order to ignite the passion and lifelong commitment to learning that is critical to professional development.

M.Sc. Medical and Bioinformatics

The Master of Science (M.S.) degree in medical and bioinformatics is a Professional Science Masters (PSM) program developed in parallel with the biostatistics and cell and molecular biology programs.The medical and bioinformatics program has strong analytics, teamwork, business, communication, project management, and ethics components, and includes an intensive health or life science internship.

M.Sc. Microbiology and Immunology

This one-year post baccalaureate program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Microbiology and Immunology has been designed to prepare students for careers in biomedical sciences and to provide an in-depth educational experience to improve the probability of gaining admission to a postgraduate professional school such as medical, dental, veterinary schools or Ph.D. programs.

MMH Medical Humanities

Humanizing healthcare is the mission of the Medical Humanities program at Drew University. By the end of the programme, you will be transformed into a true professional of the domain.

Caspersen School of Graduate Studies
Master Academic Medicine

The Master of Academic Medicine is offered through the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California in collaboration with the Schools of Dentistry and Pharmacy. Our program employs a blended model, combining on-line coursework with on-campus face-to-face sessions, one week each February.

Master Physician Assistant Studies

Physician Assistants (PAs) are health care providers who practice medicine with physician supervision. PAs provide health care in a variety of practice settings, from family medicine to specialties.

Master Physician Assistant Practice

The University of Dayton's Master of Physician Assistant Practice (MPAP) program will prepare you to become a knowledgeable, service-oriented and self-assured mid-level healthcare practitioner. Our program will use state-of-the-art technology blended with traditional hands-on experiences to provide our students with the best possible experience to prepare them for clinical practice.

M.Sc. Genetics

A graduate degree in Genetics from the University of Georgia will put students at the forefront of the current scientific revolution in the genetics field.

M.A. Audiology

The Master of Arts in Audiology is an advanced non-clinical degree program designed for those students seeking careers in hearing and acoustics. Those interested in becoming a licensed clinical audiologist should see the Doctor of Audiology program description and requirements described below.

M.Sc. Applied Gerontology

The Master of Science in Applied Gerontology prepares professionals to face the challenges of nationally and regionally aging populations. The program is built on theoretical foundations, supported by the practical application of service-learning, and integrating teaching, mentoring, research, and service. 

M.Sc. Basic Medical Sciences

The BMS Program curriculum is designed for individuals who wish to improve, or change, their educational background and training in order to fulfill personal, pre-professional, or other career advancement goals.

School of Medicine
M.Sc. Vision Science

Vision Science is a multidisciplinary field where basic scientists and clinicians focus on the discovery of new knowledge that will further our understanding of the eye and vision. This discovery includes virtually every scientific discipline where advances come from biologists, neuroscientists, optical engineers, epidemiologists, psychologists, optometrists, physicians and others.

M.Sc. Gerontology

It combines the study of physical, mental, social, and spiritual changes that affect individuals as they age. Emphasis is placed on the knowledge and skills required for competent practice, with considerable attention given to understanding the social, cultural, and economic factors that affect services for this population.

M.Sc. Speech Language Pathology

The master of science education program in speech-language pathology offered in the Division of Communication Disorders at the University of Wyoming is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.

M.Sc. Dermatology

The mission of the Boston University Department of Dermatology is to serve as a leader in education, research, and patient care for skin health and diseases of the skin.

M.Sc. Human Genetics

The goal of the master’s program in human genetics is to provide training in human and molecular genetics. The program is designed to provide students with the skills required to advance to positions as researchers and trainers in a broad spectrum of positions in human and molecular genetics.

Master Kinesiology

Physical health and wellness is a complex subject, which means the study of exercise science combines facets of education, public health, nutrition, medicine, athletics and more. UVA's master's program in Kinesiology—Exercise Science will prepare you for a wide range of career options and a rewarding future promoting physical health.

School of Education
M.Sc. Tropical Medicine

The Tropical Medicine Master’s Degree Program provides students with a strong foundation in infectious disease microbiology and immunology and research experience in the field of Tropical Medicine.

M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The M.A. degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is CACREP accredited. Students in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program take coursework in the areas of human development, legal and ethical issues of the profession, career development, appraisal methods, counseling theories, group work, practicum and research, and program evaluation. 

M.Sc. Rehabilitation Counseling

Rehabilitation counseling is a process whereby the counselor works collaboratively with an individual with a disability to understand existing problems, barriers, and potentials in order to facilitate the client’s effective use of personal and environmental resources for personal, social, career, and community adjustment.

School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
M.A. Medicine, Science, and Technology Studies

The School of Social Ecology is an interdisciplinary academic unit committed to scholarly research and instruction that is informed by and contributes to knowledge in the social, behavioral, legal, and health sciences. It promotes discipline and boundary-crossing research and teaching that is inspired by pressing social problems and directed toward the betterment of society. 

M.Sc. Anatomy

The Anatomy Master’s Program is designed to prepare students for continuing their education in a professional degree program (e.g., MD, DDS, DPT etc.) or for research in a PhD program. The Anatomy Master’s Program also prepares graduates to teach Anatomy or pursue a career in a health-related industry.

MSD Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

The Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery program is at least one year in duration and does not involve participation in oral and maxillofacial surgery clinical care. The program requires that candidates complete a major research effort related to oral and maxillofacial surgery and/or oral biology.

M.Sc. Rehabilitation Science

This health care-focused track is designed for the health/fitness professional who has a background in rehabilitation settings such as athletic training rooms, physical therapy clinics, chiropractic offices and other treatment settings. Research and current issues in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and biomechanical assessment will be a focus of the courses. Students enrolled in this track are prepared to take the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) certification.

Master Genetic Counseling

Genetic counselors are Master's-trained health care professionals who combine their knowledge of basic science, medical genetics, epidemiological principles, and counseling theory with their skills in genetic risk assessment, education, interpersonal communication and counseling to provide services to clients and their families for a diverse set of genetic or genomic indications.

M.Sc. Kinesiology

Kinesiology is a growing, interdisciplinary field that focuses on human function and disability. Our program delivers a unique combination of biomechanical, motor control and athletic training principles aimed at preparing professionals for a diverse set of health-related careers.

College of Health and Human Services
Master Physiology

The M.S. program in Physiology is designed to strengthen the credentials of teachers and health professionals. The M.S. degree may be obtained with or without a thesis. For the M.S. degree under a thesis option, the student will be supervised by an advisory committee during the first year.

M.Sc. Physician Assistant Program

The mission of the Rush University PA Program is to educate advanced practice PAs to practice medicine with competence, professionalism and compassion driven by academic excellence and a spirit of service to the community.

M.Sc. Medical Health Physics

The Master of Science in Medical Health Physics degree program trains students in: (1) the sciences and technologies that are used to produce radiant energy forms, (2) the scientific knowledge gained by using radiant energy forms to understand and modify biological processes, and (3) the application of radiant energy forms for the diagnosis and treatment of human diseases.

M.Sc. Medical Sciences

The mission of the Master of Science in Medical Science (MSMS) Program at WesternU is to prepare students for health-related professional school by educating them in the knowledge, critical evaluation skills and research awareness that will allow them to become well-informed, evidence-based professionals.

M.Sc. Clinical Research

The Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR) program is a year-long research training program designed specifically for U-M students in professional degree programs. Students take time out to complete a master’s program in clinical research.

M.Sc. Applied Psychology

The Master of Science in Applied Psychology (MSAP) program will teach you how to apply the science of human behavior to solve practical real-world problems through a unique delivery system of eight-week courses. 

M.Sc. Human Performance

The science of exercise and nutrition is one of today’s most rapidly growing fields. Researchers and trainers continue to learn how we can use physical activity and the food we eat to improve our health and quality of life. The Master of Science degree in human performance at Lindenwood University prepares you for a future in this dynamic career field.

M.Sc. Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling

The program will utilize state of the art genomics resources that are well developed at Stanford, and train you to work with patients and clients in a wide range of settings and from multicultural backgrounds. The program provides a balance of cutting edge genomics technology with strong psychosocial counseling skills and research training. 

M.Sc. Biokinesiology

The Master of Science in Biokinesiology program prepares graduates to be research scientists in the field of biokinesiology, MS graduates conduct basic or clinical research usually under the direction of a principal investigator.

M.Sc. MD / MS Genomic Medicine

The educational mission of the program is to graduate clinicians with the ability to integrate genomic knowledge into their clinical practice. In collaboration with the Hussman Institute for Human Genomics, graduates will be trained in human genetics, family history, diagnostic genomic tests, high throughput sequencing, pharmacogenomics and the newest genomic concepts and approaches.

M.Sc. Pathology

The clinical, research, and educational activities of the Case Department of Pathology are centered at the Case School of Medicine and University Hospitals Case Medical Center (UHCMC). World-class research is conducted in the department in biomaterials biocompatibility, cancer biology, immunology, neuropathology and neurodegenerative disease, outcomes research, and tissue injury and healing.

Master Clinical Exercise Physiology

Begin your future here. The Clinical Exercise Physiology Program is one of three graduate education programs in the Human Performance Laboratory. Each fall, our 21-month program starts a new class of students who typically hold bachelor’s degrees in exercise science, pre-medicine, biology, physiology, or other allied health background.

College of Applied Sciences and Technology
M.Sc. Medical Physics

San Diego State University (SDSU) has been graduating students in the area of Medical Physics since the early 1990’s. In the fall of 2007, Dr. Usha Sinha joined as the Chair of the Physics Department and the Director of the Radiological Health Physics (now Medical Physics) program and the Master’s program in Medical Physics received accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Educational Programs (CAMPEP) in Fall of 2010. Strong educational (lab courses and clinical internships) and research collaborations with local cancer centers have been established as a result of this graduate Medical Physics program

Master Clinical And Translational Investigation

This multidisciplinary training program is primarily for practicing health care professionals who hold medical degrees or are in professions or training programs focused on clinical research. The program provides fundamental clinical research skills to those pursuing long-term clinical investigative careers.

M.Sc. Medicinal Chemistry

Diverse students and faculty, excellent esprit de corps, and a stimulating environment for learning and research place the department among the top medicinal chemistry programs for graduate studies and research. Nationally and internationally recognized faculty members perform multidisciplinary research at the interface of chemistry and biology.

M.Sc. Physician Assistant Studies

In the Physician Assistant Studies program at Bryant University, you'll work with patients in an unprecedented 12 clinical specialty rotations, and will be paired with preeminent doctors affiliated with our key partners – The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, the Care New England Health System, and the Southcoast Health System.

Preparation Course Preoptometry

Preoptometry is a career interest rather than a major or formal program. Students prepare by taking courses to meet optometry school admission requirements, studying to learn concepts and perform well academically, and shadowing or working in optometry practices.

University of Kansas
M.Sc. Comparative and Experimental Medicine

Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree with course work in chemistry through organic, mathematics through calculus, physics, and basic biology. More advanced study in biology such as biochemistry, mammalian anatomy, histology, cell biology, or other appropriate biomedical courses from an accredited university is recommended.

M.Sc. Genetic Counseling

The Ohio State University College of Medicine offers a Master’s degree in Genetic Counseling. The mission of The Ohio State University Genetic Counseling Graduate Program is to train our students to be knowledgeable, compassionate and scholarly genetic counselors.

M.Sc. Speech Pathology

The University of Nevada offers a two-year program leading to the M.S. degree in Speech Pathology. Students are prepared for professional careers as speech-language pathologist in schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and community clinics. 

M.Sc. Master of Science

The mission of the Tulane University, Master of Science program is to train students in epidemiologic and quantitative methods used to investigate issues of public health importance. This program is designed for students seeking careers in epidemiologic research and academia.

M.Sc. Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine

The Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine (HNFM) program at University of Western States (UWS) is the only fully-accredited master’s program in functional medicine. It is 100 percent online and is offered as a collaborative endeavor between UWS and the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), the organization that founded and developed the key functional medicine concepts used today.

M.Sc. Allied Medicine

Students completing coursework in the Master of Science in Allied Health are prepared for leadership roles in health care practice and delivery, as well as further studies at the doctoral level.

M.A. Lifespan & Digital Communication

The Master of Arts in Lifespan and Digital Communication focuses on the study of human communication and digital media as they develop across the lifespan and is based on the assumption that relational communication, information gathering, conflict management, entertainment consumption, and social media use differs among, within, and between people at various stages of life (childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle age, and elder adulthood).

M.Sc. Wellness and Human Performance

The Wellness and Human Performance concentration in the Master of Science in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences program is designed for students seeking graduate training to develop knowledge and skills related to nutrition and exercise in maintaining and improving health and physical performance.

School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
M.Sc. Kinesiology

In Kinesiology, students can choose specific area specialization. However, we as faculty believe that the areas of specialization are intertwined and linked together by a common thread, the science of movement.

M.Sc. Medical Sciences

The University of Kentucky offers a Master of Science (MS) in Medical Sciences, which is a broad interdisciplinary degree program that draws on the academic and research expertise of the College of Medicine Basic Science Departments.

College of Medicine
M.Sc. Clinical Laboratory Science

The Master of Science degree in Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) in the School of Health Professions is designed to prepare the clinical laboratory scientist, for a career in research, teaching or management within clinical laboratory medicine. Graduates of this program will obtain research, teaching and managerial positions in academia, clinical laboratories and in industry.