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.

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