Master of Science in Robotic Surgery
The Master of Science in Robotic Surgery program consists of 32 total credit hours (this includes the 8 hours required to obtain a Certificate in Advanced Robotic Surgery; CARS is required for admission to the program). The program is offered both online and in-person over a three-year, eight-trimester period.
The self-study portion includes independent research and a thesis project. Students’ progress will be deemed satisfactory toward the MSRS degree when they complete all scheduled program courses with a grade of “B” (3.0) or better on a 4.0 grade point scale.
Learn more about the coursework breakdown below. These courses are specific to this degree program.
Certificate in Advanced Robotic Surgery (CARS) courses. The CARS program is a prerequisite for the M.S. in Robotics degree.
Full course descriptions and detailed curriculum information are available via our Academic Catalog.
Sample Course Plan
This sample course plan provides an example of how the program can be completed. Students will work closely with their Academic Advisor to customize a program completion plan that fits their needs.
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