College of Health Professions


Students of the College of Allied Health Sciences

It is an exciting time for the Health Professions! The College of Health Professions offers numerous programs. As you review the information, you will see all the College of Health Professions has to offer.

We invite you to visit our campus. You may schedule your campus visit online or by contacting the Office of Admissions at 901-448-5560, toll free 877-843-4461 or visituthsc@uthsc.edu.

Prior to making application, please review the admissions requirements for the program of interest.

Degree

Program

Concentration

Early

Regular

Late

Certificate

Health Informatics & Information Management-Certificate

No

--

Apr 1
[Fall]

Oct 1 [Spring]

Bachelor

Audiology & Speech Pathology*

No 

-- 

--

-- 

Bachelor

Medical Laboratory Science

No 

Dec 1

Apr 1

Jul 1

Master

Audiology**

No 

-- 

-- 

-- 

Master

Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Yes

Dec 1

Apr 1

Jul 1

Master

Cytopathology Practice

No

Jan 30

Apr 15

Jun 15

Master

Health Informatics & Information Management-Entry-Level

No

--

Apr 15

Jun 15

Master

Health Informatics & Information Management-Post Graduate

No

--

Apr 1
[Fall]

Oct 1 [Spring]

Master

Occupational Therapy

No

--

Mar 1

--

Master of Science

Physician Assistant

No

-- 

Oct 1

-- 

Master of Science

Physical Therapy***

Yes

--

--

--

Master of Science

Speech-Language Pathology

No

--

Jan 1

--

Doctor [AuD]

Audiology

No

--

Jan 1

--

Doctor [DPT]

Physical Therapy

No

Oct 1

Jan 15

--

Doctor of Science (ScDPT)

Physical Therapy***

No

--

--

--

Doctor of Physical Therapy – Transitional (DPT)

Physical Therapy***

No

--

--

-- 

*Joint degree with University of Tennessee, Knoxville

** Graduate study leading to the MS with a major in audiology is only available to those students accepted to and enrolled in the AuD program. This degree is awarded to students who desire a master’s degree as part of their progress toward a doctorate. A student must be in good standing within the AuD program and must have completed a minimum of 42 credits of academic coursework at the 500 or 600 levels (not including ASP 512 Clinical Practice in Audiology or 515 Practicum in Aural Rehabilitation) and must pass a qualifying examination or equivalent.

***Applications not currently being accepted for these programs.

Degree

Program

Concentration

Certificate

Bachelor of Science

Audiology & Speech Pathology*

No

No

Bachelor of Science

Medical Laboratory Science

No

No

Master of Science

Audiology*

No

No

Master of Science

Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Yes

No

Master

Cytopathology Practice

No

No

Certificate

Health Informatics & Information Management-Certificate

No

Yes

Master

Health Informatics & Information Management-Entry-Level

No

No

Master

Health Informatics & Information Management-Post Graduate

No

No

Master

Occupational Therapy

No

No

Master of Medical Science

Physician Assistant

No

No

Master of Science

Physical Therapy***

Yes

No

Master of Science

Speech-Language Pathology

No

No

Doctor [AuD]

Audiology

No

No

Doctor [DPT]

Physical Therapy

No

No

Doctor of Science (ScDPT)

No

No

Doctor of Physical Therapy – Transitional (DPT)

Physical Therapy***

No

No

** Graduate study leading to the MS with a major in audiology is only available to those students accepted to and enrolled in the AuD program. This degree is awarded to students who desire a master’s degree as part of their progress toward a doctorate. A student must be in good standing within the AuD program and must have completed a minimum of 42 credits of academic coursework at the 500 or 600 levels (not including ASP 512 Clinical Practice in Audiology or 515 Practicum in Aural Rehabilitation) and must pass a qualifying examination or equivalent.

***Applications not currently being accepted for these programs.