The MS in Human Movement prepares graduates to interpret basic, translational, and applied research as well as advance practice in Human Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences, with the goal of applying knowledge about mechanisms and methods of restoring and maximizing human functional capacity and wellbeing across the lifespan.
The Master of Science in Human Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences, prepares students to take charge of revolutionary breakthroughs and innovative rehabilitation solutions – ultimately placing you in position for success.
Why pursue a Master of Science in Human Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences from Northeastern University?
The new Master of Science in Human Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences at Northeastern University prepares students through revolutionary breakthroughs about how our bodies can work better. This 12-month program focuses on innovative rehabilitation solutions through enhanced research and education around:
Control of movement
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 a robust variety of elective courses to round your knowledge and expertise; and empowering the next generation of scientists.
You will have a front row seat to cutting edge research in neuroscience, arthritis, physical activity, and occupational biomechanics.
Students must complete 32 credit hours of courses. These courses must be taken for a grade and cannot be taken pass/fail. They include 7 required courses, 2 electives, and a capstone. See below for details.