The Master of Health Science (M.H.Sc.) program was initially designed to provide a venue for allied health practitioners to obtain a M.H.Sc. degree. The M.H.Sc. degree with a concentration in telehealth is designed to provide clinical and administrative health professionals with the theoretical and practical training necessary to enhance career mobility and professional advancement. The new concentration will offer courses in ethics, risk management, research, health policy, and other essential areas of telehealth. This concentration will emphasize the basics of telehealth, the importance of interprofessional collaboration and the roles of different health care providers, as well as an overview of the technology needed for successful telehealth implementation.
Completing this concentration requires 34 credits as detailed below.
Note: All courses are delivered and organized as distance learning