Be at the Forefront of Visual & Virtual Anatomy

The Master’s program in Modern Anatomical Sciences is designed to train the next generation of anatomists and anatomy educators. The program provides a high volume of hands-on experience in a research setting and the opportunity to work and learn as part of an interprofessional team with health care professionals.

Curriculum

Coursework and curriculum delivery will take place on NEOMED’s Rootstown-based campus under the guidance of a number of experienced experts. Students will be exposed to interprofessional education opportunities and clinical experiences within a health professions university.

The Master of Science degree program includes graduate coursework in biomedical sciences and experiential training in biomedical imaging. The program includes supervised teaching apprenticeships and culminates in a thesis.

Students in the two-year M.S. program will benefit from an additional 40 hours of clinical experience. Students will spend year two completing teaching practicums with the mentorship of faculty in the Modern Anatomical Sciences program.

Application Requirements

The Master of Modern Anatomical Sciences one-year program providing graduate coursework in biomedical sciences and experiential training in biomedical imaging. The program culminates with a capstone project.

The program is also offered as a Master of Science degree that includes the graduate coursework in biomedical sciences and experiential training in biomedical imaging. The program includes supervised teaching apprenticeships and culminates in a thesis.

Prerequisites for acceptance into the master’s program include:

  • Undergraduate GPA of at least a 3.2
  • BCPM GPA of at least a 3.0

Candidates must:
  • Complete the NEOMED online admissions application
  • Submit one letter of recommendation
  • Submit transcripts
  • Submit current curriculum vitae
  • Submit personal statement (i.e., why you want to take this program)

Clinical Partners

Clinical partners provide students professionally precepted clinical experiences. Our clinical partners include:

AKRON

  • Akron General Medical Center
  • Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Akron
  • Summa Health System

CANTON

  • Aultman Hospital

RAVENNA

  • University Hospital Portage Medical Center

SALEM

  • Salem Regional Medical Center

YOUNGSTOWN

  • Mercy Medical Center

Contacts

Phil Jenkinson

330.325.6501 | pjenkinson@neomed.edu

Program taught in:
  • English

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Last updated April 30, 2019
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553 USD
per credit hour. The entire program may cost between $17,700 and $29,000 for Ohio residents depending on Master of Modern Anatomical Sciences or Master of Science selection.
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