ATSU's College of Graduate Health Studies

Earn your degree from a premier health sciences university. Take the next step and apply now.

Grow to new heights in one of the fastest growing professions.

A.T. Still University's College of Graduate Studies offers programs in health administration, health education, health sciences, public health, and kinesiology.

Expand your knowledge and skills through online courses from industry-expert faculty.

Faculty in the College of Graduate Health Studies are compassionate, diverse educators who have a wealth of knowledge and skills in healthcare.

Fit learning into your busy schedule with 24/7 access to your online courses.

The College of Graduate Health Studies provides comprehensive and relevant online health management knowledge through superior quality, innovative online education.

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• Joe Vincent, Title IX coordinator (660.626.2113;, 800 West Jefferson St., Kirksville, MO 63501

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