The College of Allied Health Sciences at Georgia Regents University offers an innovative, interprofessional, and highly applicable PhD in Applied Health Sciences for professionals seeking advanced study and research training opportunities in order to comprehensively solve health care problems. Graduates of this collaborative program will be research-focused and clinically oriented, able to work on health care teams in evidence-based practice or as allied health faculty.
The program allows students to structure course work within three concentration areas: rehabilitation science, health care outcomes, and diagnostic sciences.
Financial aid is available. Graduate students use the standard application process for federal aid, scholarships, and the HOPE Scholarship Programs (if applicable). As a graduate student, you may qualify for scholarships, loans, and employment.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Health care professionals should be credentialed as appropriate in their field. Applicants with non-health professional degrees will be considered.