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The Graduate School

Master of Science in Allied Health

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Exceptional Education for Career Advancement

The Otterbein University Master of Science in Allied Health program will prepare you for the next level in your career advancement through a challenging and professionally focused curriculum that will deepen your:

  • Clinical knowledge ─ Enabling practitioners to improve the scientific basis of your practice, update content knowledge as it relates to Health Sciences, and improve skills related to critical inquiry.
  • Leadership skills ─ Advance your knowledge related to leadership and ethical issues, extending skills as they relate to program development and design, and developing your skills in assessment and evaluation.
  • Educational skills ─ Deepening your knowledge in curriculum design and implementation, learning theory, pedagogy, and issues related to teaching and learning round out the professionally focused curriculum.


Student-centered learning with a variety of classes.

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Photo of a female studentWith rolling admission, you can begin your studies any term throughout the year.

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Tuition, Fees & Payments

See a list of Master of Science in Allied Health tuition, fees, and payment options.

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Financial Aid

Get your questions answered about types of Financial Aid and how to apply for them.

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Master of Science in Allied Health Faculty

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Get to know our faculty.

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The Graduate School is located in Roush Hall, room 208.

Office Hours
M-F: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

p/ 614.823.3210
e/ grad@otterbein.edu

/ Graduate Education Personnel

Gaby Miller
Graduate Education Recruiter/Counselor MAT

Amy Featherstone
Graduate Education and Recruiter/Counselor MAE

Deb Williams
Admission and Data Management Coordinator

Spotlight On...

Dr. Joan Rocks

Dr. Joan Rocks is living what she teaches and demonstrating how the practice of Athletic Training is a profession and a lifestyle. Rocks is the Chair of the Department of Health and Sport Sciences, directs the master’s program in Allied Health, and is an athletic trainer with Otterbein’s athletic teams.