A.T. Still University Online

ATSU was the first osteopathic college in the nation..

BACKGROUND

A.T. Still University was founded in 1892 by the founder of osteopathy, Andrew Taylor Still, M.D., D.O. ATSU was the first college of osteopathic medicine in the U.S. and today has become a leader in teaching the health sciences. There are more than 20 master's degrees available from ATSU, from a school with a reputation for quality education in health care education. ATSU emphasizes the whole-person care methods, giving students a holistic understanding of providing patient care.

For students who want to reap the benefits of an A.T. Still education, yet don't have the time for a traditional classroom schedule, the A.T. Still University Online is for you. The program offers degrees in 11 areas of study, and gives students a reasonable alternative to earn their degrees.

ATSU is highly selective in its enrollment process. Students need a high GPA to be accepted, average for the incoming class of 2008-2009 was 3.4 cumulative and 3.2 science; and students need a high MCAT score, average for the incoming class of 2008-2009 was 26.

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PRO

- Small classes, with a student to faculty ratio of 8:1
- 94% of full-time students are awarded with university scholarships
- 11 degree programs online; 29 different degree programs on campus
- University has a strong reputation in the health care field

CON

- Highly selective

DEGREE PROGRAMS

On campus there are a variety of Doctorate and Master's level degree programs in which students may study.

For students pursuing their degrees online, they may study:

- Advanced Occupational Therapy
- Advanced Physician Assistant
- Doctor of Health Education
- Doctor of Health Sciences
- Geriatric Health
- Health Administration
- Health Education
- Human Movement
- Public Health
- Transitional Audiology
- Transitional Physical Therapy

SCHOOLS

ATSU has two campuses- one in Kirksville, MO and one in Mesa, AZ.

STUDENT LIFE

Students can complete their degrees on campus or online. This flexibility makes it very easy for non-traditional students to attend ATSU. The Kirksville campus has 17,000 students, making it ideal for students who want a smaller university. The Mesa campus has 453,000, making it ideal for students who want a larger university.

CONCLUSIONS

ATSU is a great university for those who want to study medicine. ATSU is continually voted to be one of the "Best Graduate Schools" by U.S. News and World Report. ATSU is growing and has added four new schools in the past decade. A degree from this university would be very impressive to future employers.


Common Misspellings

ATSU, AT Still University, ATS University, AT University, AT Still

 

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