I am interested in the Doctor of Health Sciences (DHSc) from A. T. Still University. What an oddity indeed! I have more of a healthcare administration background, and even though it is advertised on the website as a multidisciplinary program pulling from a multitude of specialties and experiences - I cannot help but wonder if the curriculum is geared more toward the hard medical sciences (RN, MD, DO, PA). I am wondering what level of freedom exists during the dissertation process. Would love to incorporate a public health/medical anthropological focus to my studies. Does anybody have any insight on this program whether through firsthand experience or first impression? Thank you!