Master of Science in Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction

As colleges and universities continue to add more healthcare-related majors, the need for Human Anatomy and Physiology instructors is also growing. Northeast College of Health Sciences created a first-of-its-kind 100% online master's program to prepare working healthcare professionals and instructors for this growing demand - in as little as two years.

Learn more about our Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction program.

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Be powerfully prepared.
No matter your starting point.

Healthcare Professionals

Train in highly-effective instructional theories and practices, ensuring you are well-prepared to teach the next generation of healthcare professionals.

Current Professors

Advance your career in undergraduate education by furthering your knowledge of face-to-face, hybrid and 100%-online teaching practices.

High School Teachers

Gain the expertise and practical experience necessary to pursue new opportunities as a full-time or adjunct college instructor.

Why choose Northeast College's Master of Science in Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction program?

Built Around You

  • • Earn your master's degree 100% online in as little as 2 years
  • • Take part in a five-day, on-campus practicum to sharpen your presentation skills
  • • Manage your life, work and studies in a program created specifically for working professionals
  • • Complete all credit hours at your convenience from the location of your choice

Taught By Renowned Faculty

Learn from some of the most respected educators in the field, including a former president of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) and three recipients of the highest award that HAPS bestows.

Subject and Instructional Expertise

Gain expertise in human structure and function and learn science-based techniques for pedagogy. Coursework includes:

  • • 21 credits of Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction
  • • 15 credits of Instructional Theory and Practices
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While researching my options, it quickly became clear that Northeast College's unique Masters in Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction (MSHAPI) program was literally tailored to suit my goals and ambitions of transitioning out of clinical practice into teaching.

Joseph Muldoon - D.C., MSHAPI '17
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It was my 10th year teaching health science to high school kids when I completed the MSHAPI program at Northeast College. I felt so much stronger as a teacher because of what I learned. The practicum was one of the best and most enriching experiences of my professional / educational life.

Erika Martinez - MSHAPI '19
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I found the MSHAPI program to be invaluable in getting a full-time faculty position. After graduating, I had two interviews and received job offers at both institutions.

Melinda Palmer Fried - D.C., MSHAPI '16
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Your Alternative to a Masters of Health Professions Education Program (MHPE)

These days, specialization is key. If you're looking for a more specialized degree than a generalized master's of health education, Northeast College of Health Sciences' online master's in human anatomy and physiology instruction is a great alternative. In fact, our program is expertly designed to make you even more desirable as an instructor, focusing on fields where demand is increasing, such as:

  • • Nursing
  • • Physical Therapy
  • • Physician Assistant
  • • Medical Imaging
  • • And more

Develop into an in-demand instructor, all online in as little as 2 years.

Whether you're seeking new opportunities as a full-time or adjunct instructor or you're looking to advance your career in undergraduate education, Northeast College's online master's degree for anatomy and physiology instructors thoroughly prepares you to do just that.

Ready to start your journey to becoming an anatomy and physiology professor?

Fill in the form to get in contact with our admissions team.


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