Ohio University's College of Health Sciences and Professions offers top-notch academic programs at the Dublin Integrated Education Center.
Programs at the Dublin Integrated Education Center are highly competitive, and students who are accepted into the Combined Master of Science and Dietetic Internship program, Physician Assistant Practice master's program, Doctor of Nursing program, Graduate Healthcare Leadership certificate or post-professional Master of Athletic Training program will have numerous opportunities to learn and put their knowledge into practice.
A combination of impressive faculty and facilities provides students at the Dublin location with a quality, high-caliber education. Additionally, the location is prime for hands-on experience, as the college is connected with several community partners to provide students with meaningful interdisciplinary and clinical experiences.
- Combined Master of Science and Dietetic Internship
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
- Physician Assistant Practice
- Athletic Training Residency
Among potential future programs CHSP is considering for the Center are a degree in Corporate Wellness, a Health Professions Education Certificate and select nursing programs.
To view all College of Health Sciences and Professions majors visit our main academic page.
As it has on other Ohio University campuses, the College of Health Sciences and Professions is forging partnerships to provide clinical experience for students and continuing its tradition of community outreach.
In alignment with Ohio University's mission, students enrolled in the OHIO Physician Assistant program will complete a portion of their clinical training in medically underserved areas. OHIO PA students will experience rotations in large medical centers, small urban/rural clinics and specialty clinics at various locations both in and out of state. Rotations are identified, contacted, evaluated and assigned by the OHIO PA program. Students are not required to provide or solicit clinical sites or preceptors.
CHSP has partnered with high schools and career and technical centers in Central Ohio to give students opportunities to explore the health professions. These immersive experiences introduce students to the various health degree programs offered through CHSP, as well as to the academic rigor that is required in higher education. Current partners include Dublin City Schools, Hilliard City Schools, Marysville Exempted School District, Olentangy Local Schools, and Tolles Career and Technical Center.
- PATHS2 Academy (10th - 12th grade students)