Medical Education Graduate Program
Creighton’s MS in Medical Sciences program prepares individuals for careers in education or health care professions such as medicine or dentistry. It is also ideal for those who intend to pursue further graduate study or who wish to gain practical teaching experience in clinical anatomy. Students may choose from two paths of study: clinical anatomy and biomedical sciences.
This 11-month Master of Science degree program gives students the opportunity to take courses in everything from human gross anatomy and embryology to radiology and pathology. Our faculty work closely with each student, mentoring them throughout the course of study as they share their collective passion of caring for the whole person.
True to Creighton’s dedication to Ignatian values and the School of Medicine’s mission, students in the medical sciences master’s program learn to care for the whole person from a clinical and service standpoint. In addition to your coursework, you’ll take time to give back to the community through service projects with local high schools and community colleges.