- Integrate findings from the sciences and humanities to improve health care across diverse settings.
- Collaborate within interprofessional teams using effective leadership skills, ethical awareness, and critical decision making skills to promote change.
- Employ evidence-based practice methods to initiate changes and to disseminate results.
- Assume leadership roles that contribute to, and advocate for social, cultural, economic, and political changes to impact health care delivery.
The convenience of the MHS online program is perfect for those working full time, looking to advance in the healthcare field. Careers are impacted by a master’s degree in health science by preparing the students to lead and serve as both practitioners
and administrators. For students who prefer and can manage an in-person course load, the option to build a network of peers in the classroom can have an immeasurable impact on their career path. Regardless of the experience a student chooses, the
Bellarmine name and network come with the degree, and this alone opens doors in Louisville’s healthcare industry.
Successful applicants are students with an undergraduate degree in a healthcare related field or who have significant exposure to health issues through their undergraduate coursework with a minimum GPA of 3.0. There is no requirement for a graduate entrance
exam, but references, transcripts, a resume and goal statement are required. For more information on the application process, check our admission requirements page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is there a difference between the MHS online or the on-campus program?
A. The only true difference is course delivery. The assignments, admission requirements, and expectations are the same regardless of choosing the online master’s
in health science or on campus. The degree you receive at the end is a Bellarmine degree, no matter what.
Q. What careers in health science will the MHS prepare me for?
A. This program is applicable in any management role in healthcare because it can be focused on your goals. The Master of Health Science prepares students for leadership
roles in all facets of healthcare. If you are a current practitioner looking to move into a managerial role, this will set you apart from your peers. If you are an administrator with a desire to innovate within your organization, this will give you
the tools to implement change and provide the foundational skills for your upward career path. The skills you learn in leadership and management will prepare you to navigate the ever-changing field.
Q. Do I need to take a GRE?
A. No. Our program does not require any entrance exams. Our admission decision is based on your transcripts, resume, goal statement, and recommendations.
Q. How do I apply?
A. Our application is completely online through a centralized application service.
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 (email@example.com or 502.272.7300).
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