Northeastern debuts new MS in Human Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences
Whether you’re looking to change careers or deepen your expertise, Northeastern University’s new program MS (experiential) in Human Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences will set you up for success.
The new MS (experiential) program is designed for professionals with experience and training in related fields like engineering, basic sciences, computer science, kinesiology, biomechanics, and clinical practice, as well as those currently working in industry as research assistants, client specialists in clinical areas; and those with related clinical field experience looking to pivot into rehabilitation technology of human movement and rehabilitation research.
The 12-month program offers online coursework with two one-week residencies on Northeastern’s Boston campus. You can join in the fall or spring and have the option of full-time or part-time.
Our experiential program prepares professionals through revolutionary breakthroughs about how our bodies can work better by focusing on innovative rehabilitation solutions through enhanced research and education in the areas of:
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Control of movement
- Motor learning
- Health and wellbeing through movement and design
- Human-cybernetic system interactions
- Neurorehabilitation of movement and function
State-of-the-art technology, a curriculum developed by industry professionals, and two residencies prepares and empowers the next generation of scientists, giving you a front-row seat to cutting-edge research in neuroscience, arthritis, physical activity, and occupational biomechanics.
Interested in learning more? View sample curriculum and application requirements on our website.