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This program provides a broad foundation in public health concerns, research and evaluation methods, and health and social policy analysis to meet the demands of a dynamic health services delivery environment. The Ph.D. program in Health Sciences (HS) provides opportunities for specialized expertise across several concentration areas: Applied Aging and Rehabilitation Science, Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology, and Behavioral Analysis.
Pursuing a doctoral degree in Health Sciences at the University of North Texas gives you a broad foundation in public health concerns, research and evaluation methods, and social policy analysis to meet the demands of a dynamic health services delivery environment.
Our faculty has a vast array of experience in a variety of health care delivery environments, and broad expertise in health care and health-related research and policy. The focus is on developing academic research scientists who are interested in contributing to the health services discipline through research, education and policy analysis.
Graduates of the Ph.D. Program in Health Sciences will be prepared to function as educators, researchers, and leaders. You may find future graduates working as university faculty; health research policy analysts with government and nonprofit agencies; or as health systems administrators in the public or private industry. The degree program graduates will be prepared to address research, education, service delivery and policy challenges requiring an interdisciplinary perspective across various service settings.