A career in medicine can be a fulfilling way to care for others, but there are a lot of different options. If you are looking at completing an orthotics and prosthetics career program, the International Institute of Orthotics and Prosthetics (IIOP) is a great option. Learn more below.

Gain a Master’s Degree

Our orthotics and prosthetics education program is designed to only take four semesters, so you can finish up your schooling quickly and start treating patients. You’ll graduate with a Master of Science degree from an accredited program, so you’ll be ready to start your new career.

Our classes are small and our faculty members are experienced in a number of disciplines, each of which contributes to an outstanding educational experience. You’ll enjoy personalized learning with a tight-knit group of students, and your professors will be able to answer questions in a variety of areas.

Our program focuses on fabrication, but our curriculum is patient-centered, so you will receive a well-rounded education that will prepare you for whatever you plan to do with your degree.

Serve Your Community

Before your placement, you can get experience in both national and international clinical rotations, as well as in community service applications. Our Veterans Stride Foundation was developed to give veterans a way to achieve independence after losing limbs in the line of combat. We give them access to up-to-date technology and ensure that when prosthetics make strides, so can those who fought for our country.

If you want to make a difference in peoples’ lives, our program in orthotics and prosthetics at IIOP is a great way to jump-start your career. To learn more about our master’s programs and what we offer, call us at 888-204-4447.