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Master of Health Science in Rehabilitation Sciences

Master of Health Science in Rehabilitation Sciences

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    651-700

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Individuals cannot enroll directly in the Master of Health Sciences in Rehabilitation Sciences program. Requirements for the degree completion include successful completion of 45.0 credit hours concluding with a case study or a clinical project. Upon completion of the MHS program, graduates will be prepared to: Analyze the impact of injury or disease process on musculoskeletal or neuromuscular function within a specific population, including orthopedics, pediatrics, and hand rehabilitation. Improve their practice through clinical decision-making that is consistent with concepts of health promotion, client-centered care and current best evidence. Facilitate the transfer of health care policy and research findings into clinical practice. Evaluate methods of service delivery and intervention strategies and procedures at individual and program levels. Serve effectively as clinical educators and consultants to consumers and colleagues. Engage in professional life-long learning and contribute to the field of rehabilitation.