This option lets students combine the expertise gained in the master's degree program (non-thesis track) with their clinical knowledge and practice, helping their patients and enhancing their professional options and career.
How to apply for a dual degree
- Students apply for enrollment in the master's program (non-thesis track) during the first year of their clinical program.
- If accepted, they begin the master's curriculum the following June.
|Advanced standing core courses||Credit hours|
|Cell and Tissue Biology||3|
|Core anatomy course||Credit hours|
|Other required courses||Credit hours|
|Teaching in Anatomy||4|
|Biostatistics and Research||3|
|Other required total||13|
|Electives (6 credit hours minimum)||Credit hours|
|Tools for Teaching||1|