The 48-hour Master of Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics degree is designed to prepare leaders who utilize science as the framework for problem-solving. The 2-year full-time applied science curriculum combines clinically oriented coursework in rehabilitation medicine, allied health science and prosthetics/orthotics with engineering.
This interdisciplinary graduate program is in KSU’s Department of Exercise and Sport Management in the Wellstar College of Health and Human Services. As the only program of its kind in Georgia and one of just thirteen nationwide, this graduate program will leverage KSU’s established strengths in clinical care, health sciences and engineering.
Learn in World-Class Facilities
You will learn in new state-of-the-art clinical and technical facilities:
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State-of-the-Art Research Facilities — Increase your exposure to technology, innovation, and engineering principles in KSU’s state-of-the-art clinical, technical and research laboratories.
Cohort-Based Program — Take advantage of the community building and collaboration opportunities that cohort-based programs offer. You’ll have access to a supportive peer network during and after the program.
Evidence-Based Clinical Practice — Discover evidence-based methods, including clinical measurement, molding, and digital scanning techniques to fabricate custom-molded orthoses and prostheses.
Make a Positive Impact — Develop a lifelong career of helping people and fill professional roles in a range of settings with clients/patients of diverse backgrounds across the lifespan.