This 30 credit M.S. degree program will help you build a broader and deeper knowledge of the biology of aging and provide an understanding of biological, clinical, psychological, sociological and ethical aspects of medical physiology and aging.
The University of Florida’s online Master of Science in Medical Sciences with a concentration in Medical Physiology and Aging is offered through our acclaimed College of Medicine. Taught by experts in the field, this program brings together the key concepts of our Graduate Certificate in Medical Physiology and our Master of Science in Gerontology into one first-of-its-kind master’s degree comprised of 30 credits and offered entirely online. The GRE is not required for admission.
If you’ve already begun or completed the Graduate Certificate in Aging and Geriatric Practice, Graduate Certificate in Medical Physiology and/or Graduate Certificate in Cardiovascular/Renal Physiology, you can transfer up to 15 credits toward your MS in medical physiology and aging program. You may already be halfway to earning your degree!
You can complete this master’s degree in as little as one year. Courses are offered in the spring, fall and summer semesters and students are accepted year-round. Upon completion of this program, you will receive an MS in medical physiology and aging.
If you’re an aspiring or current professional in the field of aging and want to broaden your knowledge while minimizing your time and costs, consider this: Our master’s degree provides a professional curriculum that’s informative, flexible and affordable.
Our program requires 9 credits focused on medical physiology and 9 credits focused on aging, as well as 12 additional credits, all designed to help you build a broader and deeper knowledge of the biology of aging.