Bring positive change to individuals and communities with a healthcare-focused master’s degree
Whether you’re interested in helping others live healthy lifestyles, taking a leadership role in promoting positive change in the health and well-being of your community or learning how to address the moral and ethical challenges in healthcare, you can find a master’s at Creighton University that will help you reach your goals.
All of our master’s degrees are rooted in the Jesuit values of academic excellence, social justice, service to others and cura personalis. This is especially reflected in our healthcare programs, where we approach healing holistically and strive to address the root causes and symptoms of injustice in healthcare.
“In our programs, we take a ‘whole person’ approach to health. There's much more to a person than just their biometric measures—we look at all the factors that would go into the health of an individual: physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and so forth.”
– Tom Lenz, Pharm.D. | Professor and Program Director, Graduate School
Not sure you can fit an advanced degree into your packed schedule? Creighton’s master’s programs are designed with flexibility in mind. Many programs are offered online or as hybrids (both online and on-campus), as dual-degrees or even at an accelerated pace.
Explore your options for a master’s degree in health
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This program is designed for students who are seeking a deeper understanding of the impact of relevant cultural, philosophical, political, and legal issues in health care practices and policies, especially regarding their impact on vulnerable populations.
Integrative Health and Wellness (MS)
This online program prepares students to fill a growing need in the changing landscape of health care. Students help people take a holistic approach to health, including their physical, mental and monetary health, as well as other environmental factors.
Medical Humanities (MA)
This program is for students who wish to uncover questions about the human experience of medicine and healthcare practice. You will learn from experts in humanities and social sciences, including literature, history, philosophy, anthropology, psychology, sociology, ethics, religious studies and the arts.
Public Health (MPH)
This program provides students with the skills and strategies to create health programs for at-risk populations, as well as those who do not have access to adequate healthcare. From rural to urban communities, Creighton’s online MPH degree prepares students to become leaders in a wide variety of health-related fields.