Overall health, wellness, fitness, and medical care are a part of our everyday lives. Augusta University offers several health sciences programs at the undergraduate and graduate level that serve the citizens of Georgia and beyond!

Each of our highly competitive allied health and nursing programs have limited capacity. Please review program prerequisites and program requirements below.

 

Clinical Laboratory Science
Clinical Laboratory Science

Clinical Laboratory Scientists perform laboratory tests to diagnose and treat disease and maintain health.

Dental Hygiene
Dental Hygiene

Dental hygienists are licensed oral health professionals who focus on preventing and treating oral diseases in order to protect the oral cavity, and also to protect the total health of patients.

Health Information Administration
Health Information Administration

Health Informatics encompasses understanding technology's impact on people, developing new uses for technology and apply information technology in the context of another field.

BS Requirements

Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nuclear Medicine Technology

Nuclear Medicine Technologists work closely with the imaging physician to diagnose and treat disease by combining chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer technology, and medicine in diagnostic imaging.

Nursing
Nursing

Nursing is a profession that is rewarding and challenging. Using research and evidence-based practice, nurses organize and supervise care and provide education and support for individuals and their families.

BSN Requirements

Radiation Therapy
Radiation Therapy

Radiation Therapists use high energy ionizing radiation to deliver a prescribed course of radiation to treat disease. The Radiation Therapist monitors the patient during treatment and provides emotional support.

BSRS Requirements

Respiratory Medicine
Respiratory Medicine

Respiratory therapists, or RTs, provide care for patients with heart and lung problems. They perform diagnostic tests for lung capacity, administer breathing treatments, record a patient's progress and consult with physicians and surgeons on continuing care.