The College of Allied Health Sciences at Augusta University was established as an administrative entity in 1968. Prior to this date, a Master of Science program in medical illustration and Bachelor of Science programs in health information management, medical technology and radiography had been active; in 1967, the dental hygiene program was initiated. Since then, programs in occupational therapy, physician assistant, nuclear medicine technology, respiratory therapy, physical therapy, radiation therapy, and public health have been added. Most recently, the College launched an academic program in nutrition and a dietetic internship. A doctorate of philosophy in applied health sciences was added in 2013. The College’s newest degree program is the Bachelor of Science in Health Services.
Located on the campus of Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia, our College’s concentration on health sciences education and research offers students and faculty a rich environment for learning, discovering and caring. All of our programs are fully accredited, with outcomes such as 80-85% employment at graduation and >95% student retention.
30912 Augusta, Georgia, USA