On the front line of health care
From educating front-line care providers to conducting advanced medical science research, Ohio University is making careers come true while serving the health care needs of the state and beyond. More than 32,000 alumni—including 19,000 nurses in the state of Ohio—are fueling the health care industry and serving diverse populations.
Giving students choicesOhio University has a broad menu of undergraduate pre-professional programs—including Pre-Medicine, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Pharmacy, and more—plus professional programs in Nursing, Nutrition, Public Health, and Health Services Administration, along with nationally ranked master’s programs such as Physical Therapy, Social Work, and Speech-Language Pathology. The University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has three campuses across Ohio.
Getting to medical school faster
In the Early Assurance Program with the Heritage College of Medicine, select students can earn their undergraduate degree and their Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree in as few as seven years.
One of the nation's largest health-focused colleges
Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) prepares students to serve individual health concerns and solve complex social issues that influence well-being.
• CHSP is one of the top 10 health-focused colleges in the US, with approximately 8,500 students currently enrolled in more than 40 programs.
• More than 25 online program offerings serve working health care professionals across the country.
• State-of-the-art research facilities include test kitchens, motion capture labs, and the Speech Language and Hearing Clinic.
• Community engagement opportunities include Kids on Campus, serving at-risk children and their families.
Whether you see yourself as a caregiver, communicator, bridge builder, or healer, we share your passion—that drive to help our friends, neighbors, and communities. CHSP is ready to help you cultivate your commitment into a career.
Forever caring. Forever OHIO.