A.T. Still University of Health Sciences

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What They’re Known For

Founded in 1892 by Andrew Taylor Still, A.T. Still University (ATSU) remains a leading institution for multidisciplinary healthcare education. As the world’s first osteopathic medical school, ATSU emphasizes an integrated “whole person” approach to healthcare.  The university offers both residential and online graduate healthcare programs with the goal of preparing students for future leadership, professional distinction, and community outreach.

Unique Opportunities

ATSU offers educational opportunities that allow busy, working adults to pursue their professional goals.A.T. Still University Online Student

  • A.T. Still University is the one of only a few institutions of higher education to offer an online Doctorate of Health Education (DHEd) degree.
  • Other online doctoral programs include the Doctor of Health Administration, Doctor Health Sciences, Doctor of Occupational Therapy as well as transitional Doctor of Audiology and transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy.
  • Master’s degree programs available online include Advanced Occupational Therapy, Public Health, Advanced Physician Assistant Studies, and Human Movement.
  • Online students learn via web-based instruction, videos, and online discussions. Doctorate candidates may even present their dissertations online.
  • ATSU offers learning resources to help students succeed. Students may receive one-on-one consultation to help them improve their test-taking skills, study habits, and more.

Why We Love ATSU

  • ATSU has been ranked as a top graduate school in U.S. News and World Report.
  • The university is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
  • ATSU is committed to making a difference in the community, from helping underserved populations to researching innovative healthcare solutions.

Student Reviews

The students are amazing. We tutor each other, study together, and support one another. If someone makes a study guide they email it to thess.