Masgutova Graduate School

Purpose and Mission


The Masgutova Graduate School of Neurodevelopmental Sciences is to offer a master's program focused on innovative knowledge and research of sensorimotor reflex integration, neuromodulation, and neurodevelopment for improvement of physical, social, cognitive, and emotional well-being.

This innovative master's degree targets an interdisciplinary population of health, counseling, wellness and education professionals and assists students in following their career path in continued research and development for the application of sensorimotor reflex integration and neuromodulation with their target population. Furthermore, The Masgutova Graduate School of Neurodevelopmental Sciences will develop advanced critical thinkers that acquire and execute research skills, and lifelong learners that apply their aptitude, talents and mastery to best practices. All of this will be accomplished through a hybrid delivery model which includes both on-line courses and on-campus requirements, that applies adult learning.


The mission of The Masgutova Graduate School of Neurodevelopmental Sciences is to provide the leading career-focused, educational opportunity based on the innovative concepts for neurodevelopment, neuromodulation, and neurosensorimotor reflex integration. The graduate school will foster the growth of professionals from interdisciplinary fields who seek to better assist the populations they serve through expanded theory, application and evidence-based research on neurosensorimotor reflex integration and neuromodulation to support learning as the foundation for successful neurodevelopment; including physical, emotional, and cognitive development.