The MS in Medical Physiology degree requires completion of 32 credit hours and a grade point average above 3.0.
Required courses represent the MSMP core curriculum (20 hours) plus at least two electives (6 hours) from the following options: Clinical Reasoning: Applied Medical Physiology, Clinical Reasoning II, Clinical Reasoning III, Physiological Basis for Disease A, and/or Physiological Basis for Disease B
Completion of 6 additional elective credits.
Must pass a comprehensive exam.
The School of Graduate Studies requires that all degree requirements be completed within five consecutive calendar years after matriculation as a graduate student. Most students complete the program in two years (or 4 terms). Tuition is distributed over the number of semesters during which the student is enrolled. Stipends are not provided for the Master of Science program. The university Office of Financial Aid coordinates all financial assistance.