About our college

A.T. Still University’s College of Graduate Health Studies (ATSU-CGHS) educates and prepares health professionals with graduate degrees for a variety of settings. Our doctoral and master’s programs include Health Administration, Public Health, Health Professions Education, Health Sciences, Kinesiology, and Nursing Practice. The College’s goal is to provide comprehensive and relevant graduate education through superior quality, innovative online programs.

ATSU’s College of Graduate Health Studies degree programs provide working health professionals an opportunity to earn a prestigious degree at a leading health sciences university. Options at the College of Graduate Health Studies include:

ATSU’s College of Graduate Health Studies embodies ATSU’s founding tenets of osteopathic medicine. Since 1892, Andrew Taylor Still’s tenets have served as our founding principles and have become the osteopathic healthcare education model worldwide.

Health professions are some of the fastest growing professions today, with expanding opportunities to make a true difference in the communities you will serve. Now more than ever, we need compassionate and visionary leaders to address the challenges before us.

ATSU-CGHS’s distinguished online doctoral and master’s programs provide the flexibility necessary for working professionals to meet their career development goals. Curriculums reflect the most current advancements in the industry and prepare graduates to be proactive in navigating the ever-changing health needs of our populations. ATSU Online students also have opportunities to gain real-world experience in their communities or in other areas of interest.

Graduates become part of ATSU’s pioneering spirit of innovation and 130-year history of excellence. Our alumni are influential leaders in their communities, connected to a family of professionals that have the passion to serve where needed most.

Quality Matters Program Certification

ATSU-CGHS has been recognized as a Quality Matters Exemplary Program – one of only four institutions in the United States to receive this honor.