Health Sciences Provost Fellowships
The Health Sciences Fellowships link graduate study with an on-site practicum experience, building your professional skills and accelerating your career path.
Graduate Open House Wed., October 16, 6 p.m.
Hear more about our opportunities for professional field-based experiences and career development. Meet and talk with our deans and faculty, and learn about the application process and admission requirements.
Dean and Alumni Scholarships
Dean and Alumni Scholarships are available to students who are not receiving a fellowship.
As a fellow, you’ll graduate in one year or less with a Master of Science degree and gain unparalleled professional experience. Your Provost Fellowship provides a 50 percent savings off tuition costs. Fellows complete 32 credits and may start in spring or fall semesters.
The fellowship provides a balanced schedule of part-time (15 hours per week) professional experience with a convenient course schedule of 8 courses total. Courses are taught by Health Sciences faculty who are exceptional teachers, researchers, and mentors. You will also have a faculty and professional academic career advisor to guide your career path. To complete the program in one year, you must complete 32 credits within one academic year.
About our Fellowships
With over 75 different fellowship positions to choose from, you’ll have the opportunity to work at some of the most prestigious healthcare, community health, sports performance, and research institutions or businesses in the Greater Boston region. Each fellowship is led by experienced supervisors to support your learning and strengthen your impact.
Each of our fellowship sites provides an unprecedented opportunity to enrich your professional qualifications and help advance your career goals through valuable hands-on experience. Graduates have also leveraged the fellowship experience to advance their academic qualifications and required clinical experience hours for admittance to other health professions graduate schools.
Provost Fellowships are offered in three M.S. programs:
Community Health Education
This fellowship leads to a Master of Science in Community Health Education provides you with a direct path to a fulfilling career as a public health specialist, health educator, community health education director, healthcare administrator or health coach.
Exercise and Sport Science
This fellowship leads to a Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science and will prepare you to pursue a career as an exercise physiologist, health fitness manager, strength and conditioning coach, or sport injury prevention specialist, and research associate.
Health and Wellness Management
This fellowship leads to a Master of Science in Health and Wellness Management and is one of the only graduate programs in the United States to integrate wellness and business to prepare you for a career as a wellness directors, employee health directors, public health specialists, health communications directors, and many others including those in business or corporations that have health products and services.