Our Mission

The mission of A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences is to graduate health professionals highly skilled in evidence based practice who are committed to reducing health disparities for individuals and communities.

Our purpose

Deliver rigorous and innovative educational programming and advance faculty research and scholarship within the health professions; contributing to scientific knowledge in audiology, athletic training, occupational therapy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies and beyond.

Promote community engagement through innovative service projects and community partnerships with an interprofessional commitment to underserved populations.

Provide programs that span the full spectrum of entry level and postprofessional education, exemplifying the school’s commitment to life-long learning in the health professions.


ATSU-ASHS offers residential programs in

Online programs are offered in

Residency programs in neurologic physical therapy and orthopedic physical therapy are available, and graduate certificates are also offered, including a Graduate Certificate in Orthopedic Rehabilitation and the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Decision-Making in Athletic Training.

These master’s and doctoral degree programs are taught by an elite faculty and include a curriculum that integrates healthcare education with state-of-the-art methods and hands-on experience.

Online students not only have the flexibility they need to accommodate busy work and family schedules, but also opportunities to gain real-world clinical experience in their hometowns or other areas of the country. They also participate in the ASHS Lifetime Learning Program.

Since founding osteopathic medicine in 1892, A.T. Still University has led the way in educating compassionate healthcare professionals and advancing whole person healthcare. The Arizona School of Health Sciences is committed to preparing its students to practice at the forefront of a dynamic healthcare system and offer innovative solutions to the nation’s healthcare challenges.