The Master of Prosthetics,Orthotics and Pedorthics (MSPO)


The Master of Prosthetics,Orthotics and Pedorthics (MSPO) is a two-year international Masters of Science program designed to empower students to take on modern challenges and bold initiatives in the field of prosthetics and orthotics. 

Master of Prosthetics, Orthotics and Pedorthics (MSPO):
  • Integrative and accelerated 2-year program
  • Course and clinical based 
  • Thesis
Graduates acquire:
  • Knowledge and practice of evidence based prosthetics, orthotics and pedorthics
  • Research problem identification and scientifically grounded scholarship
  • 22-weeks of didactic education spanning two academic semesters 
  • 22-weeks of diverse clinical education experiences

The graduate course builds upon the successes of the Sirindhorn School of Prosthetics and Orthotics Baccalaureate program. The undergraduate program’s exemplary record of providing high quality prosthetic and orthotic education to domestic and international students is carried over to an advanced graduate program. Potential students of the MSPO program are prosthetist and orthotist with a strong commitment to evidence based practice, outcome measures, career development and research scholarship. 

The program is situated at the Sirindhorn School of Prosthetics and Orthotics in Bangkok, Thailand and has a clinical partnership with the state of the art, Center of Excellence in Prosthetics and Orthotics (CEPO) by Scandinavian Orthopaedic Laboratory. SSPO’s integrative community connects expert international faculty with a wide range of scientific and clinical backgrounds, and offers students mentored individualized attention, only possible through a 2:5 faculty to student ratio. 

The SSPO MSPO graduate is a critical thinker who is prepared to identify clinical and research problems and develop innovative evidence based solutions. The unique flexibility of a cross-disciplinary program affords students to select from a range of patient and research topics. 

Potential students are encouraged to contact a faculty advisor for further program information.