Through a joint program of the Department of Health Studies and the School of Library and Information Studies, graduate students may now pursue a dual Master of Health Studies and a Master in Library Science
. This dual degree program prepares specialized professionals for careers in health sciences information services and library services, as well as in the field of health education and health promotion. Graduates of this program will have the combined professional expertise of both disciplines to address society's growing needs for health information stemming from the rapid growth in information technologies.
Dual MS/MLS Degree Plan Worksheet - Fall 2010.
Health Studies: A written comprehensive core project on the core coursework is required. The project will be included as a portion of HS 5383. Final Project passing grade will be a minimum of 80%. The course may be repeated once if the minimum passing grade is not achieved.