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Master of Health Science (MHS) Online

Submit your application for the Master of Health Science in Health Promotion & Social Change or Healthcare Leadership at AHCAS.

Can be completed in 5 semesters, online or in the classroom.

The Masters of Health Science (MHS) degree is distinguished by its interprofessional approach to graduate study. The Master of Health Science program is designed for practicing healthcare professionals who wish to assume advanced roles in healthcare leadership, promotion, advocacy, or education.

The 2-year program of study is based on a core curriculum in health sciences, with specialization in healthcare leadership or health promotion and social change which permits practicing professionals to assume advanced roles in health promotion and advocacy. The student may choose whether to complete the program online or in the classroom.

Tuition and Fees

Visit our Graduate Tuition Rates for the most up-to-date tuition and fees information.

Funding Assistance

As a degree seeking student in the MHS program, students should be eligible for federally supported forms of student aid. Financial aid questions should be directed to the Financial Aid Office at Bellarmine University ( or 502.272.7300).

Program Outcomes

  1. Integrate findings from the sciences and humanities to improve health care across diverse settings.
  2. Collaborate within interprofessional teams using effective leadership skills, ethical awareness, and critical decision making skills to promote change.
  3. Employ evidence-based practice methods to initiate changes and to disseminate results.
  4. Assume leadership roles that contribute to, and advocate for social, cultural, economic, and political changes to impact health care delivery.


Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
1866 Southern Lane
Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097
404.679.4500 • fax: 404.679.4556

Contact Information

Julie Armstrong-Binnix, Assistant Dean of Graduate Admission
502.272.8364, 800.274.4723 x.8364

Karen Golemboski, Ph.D., MLS (ASCP)CM