College of Allied Health
On behalf of the faculty, staff and students at the College of Allied Health, I want to thank you for your interest. The college has a rich and accomplished history and our faculty members have educated thousands of highly qualified professionals who serve as clinicians, educators, administrators and supervisors in the nation’s health care delivery and educational systems
The College is an integral element of the OU Health Sciences Center, with campuses in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, and is recognized for excellence in professional education, scholarship and clinical care. New buildings on the Oklahoma City and Tulsa campuses, will enhance the responsiveness of the college to educate future health professionals, provide advancements in knowledge through research and scholarly activities, and broaden the availability of our clinical services. The future for the college is excellent as we build upon the strengths of our heritage to become a nationally recognized college dedicated to the education of health professionals in the United States.
Please share in our excitement as you browse through the College website, its Departments and the programs we offer. We look forward to working with you as you consider an exciting future as a health care professional!
Through its graduate programs in allied health sciences, communication sciences and disorders, geriatrics/gerontology, nutritional sciences, and rehabilitation sciences, the College prepares future faculty, advanced practice clinicians, and researchers. Offering programs at both the Oklahoma City Health Sciences Center and the Schusterman Center in Tulsa , the College educates extraordinarily important health care providers who improve the quality of health care and service for all. The College of Allied Health offers Master of Occupational Therapy (M.O.T.), Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) and B.S. in Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences - Sonography degrees at OU-Tulsa.