MS Health Tech

Master of Science in Health Technology

The Master of Science in Health Technology is an innovative master’s program that is a one-year, intensive 36 credit hour program that concludes with a capstone project. Students enroll in 16 hours of required core courses, 8 hours of coursework related to their capstone project, and 12 hours of electives drawn from existing courses in the Colleges of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) and the Grainger College of Engineering (CoE) at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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Core Curriculum

  • Understanding Users of Health Technology - HT 501 (4 hrs)
  • Human Factors Methods for Health Technology - HT 502 (4 hrs)
  • Hardware Engineering for Health Technology - HT 503 (4 hrs)
  • Software Engineering for Health Technology - HT 504 (4 hrs)
  • Health Technology Capstone Orientation - HT 510 (1 hr)
  • Health Technology Capstone Development - HT 511 (3 hrs)
  • Health Technology Capstone Implementation - HT 512 (4 hrs)
  • Health Technology Electives - VARIOUS (12 hrs)