Choose a health sciences program that aligns with your career goals
This graduate program in health sciences provides a broad perspective of health care and associated competencies for advanced roles within an interdisciplinary environment. The core curriculum provides foundational knowledge in aspects of health care delivery and project management as well as applied behavioral health, epidemiology and data analysis, health education, and global leadership. All students will participate in an experiential learning capstone with individualized experiences aligned with their career goals.
Three exciting concentrations provide targeted training. Each incorporates coursework from multiple programs of study within Wilmington University, including Environmental Science, Health Care Administration, Higher Education Leadership and Nursing Leadership. Choose from:
- Population Health: Learn to use data-driven decision making to improve health care for population segments with shared health conditions, demographics and social determinants of health.
- Higher Education: Explore trends in community health, health disparities, health promotion strategies and key health education principles while gaining the skills to teach within health care organizations and community colleges.
- Environmental Health: Learn how environmental hazards affect human health at the individual, population and systems levels by identifying illness- and injury-causing agents and assessing compliance with environmental and professional standards.