If you're looking to build a solid foundation in anatomy that will prepare you for a career in medicine, biomedical science or teaching anatomy, Wright State University can help you achieve your goals. WSU's Master of Science in Anatomy degree program will immerse you in the diciplines of microanatomy, gross anatomy, embryology and neuroanatomy—all of which are taught by full-time graduate and medical school faculty to ensure that you receive a top-notch education.
Choose the track that's right for you. We offer both a thesis and non-thesis master's degree, and also a certificate program. Completion of the program will allow you to transition to a Ph.D. program or meet the admission requirements for admission to medical, dental or physician assistant school. Additionally, our newly developed track in teaching anatomy equips students who endeavor to teach anatomy at the collegiate level with the scientific and pedagogical knowledge necessary to do so.
We welcome your interest in our program and trust that our program will broaden your academic and career options.