• Rigorous graduate coursework in the biomedical sciences.
  • Experiential training in biomedical imaging.
  • Supervised teaching apprenticeships emphasizing pedagogical strategies for adult learners.
  • Capstone opportunities to demonstrate contributions to new products and methods that advance research, teaching and learning in the anatomical sciences.
  • Two tracks:

Master’s (one-year professional degree)

Includes capstone project and capstone project presentation; 40 clinical hours in a hospital environment with imaging professionals.

Master of Science (two years)

Includes thesis defense; 96 additional clinical hours; additional imaging, and teaching, not offered in first year.

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Last updated March 15, 2019
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