If so, please join us for an information session to learn about the graduate programs for Health Science Professionals offered by The University of Houston on the campus of the Texas Medical Center. UH offers a 30-semester hour master’s degree program and a four-course certificate program in innovative uses of instructional technology.
Both programs are aimed at healthcare professionals (physicians, basic science faculty, dentists, nursing faculty, allied health professionals, fellows, residents, medical students, and staff) who are currently working or studying at a healthcare institution in the Houston area.
Courses are taught by UH College of Education faculty who structure academic activities that students can use in their professional lives as they explore best practices in teaching, learn to design and conduct research, and investigate the uses of instructional technology in an academic healthcare setting.
Information sessions will be held on Thursday, Sept. 6 and Wednesday, Sept. 12. Details are as follows:
- Information Session 1
Date: Thursday, Sept. 6
Location: Baylor College of Medicine. DeBakey building, Room M423
- Information Session 2
Date: Wednesday, Sept. 12
Time: 4 p.m.
Location: MSB B.100
Visit the website for detailed information about the programs or email Dr. Bernard Robin, program coordinator.