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Welcome to the College of Allied Health at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Please join us to complete your academic career in an Allied Health profession or further your education in one of our graduate programs. While you are visiting our site, you will want to learn more about our College, its campuses OUHSC-OKC and OUHSC-Tulsa, and our University.

We are one College, with two campuses. 

Do you wonder what students experience in the program they are in at the College of Allied Health? Take a look at the following links to get an idea of what our students experience!

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Career Exploration

Interested in an Allied Health Career?

An allied health career may just be for you!  One of the most helpful things you can do to aid you in your decision of a health career is to job shadow a health professional in the field you are considering.  If one of our graduates working in the field listed on our website is not available for you to job shadow, we recommend calling a local facility that employs the profession you are considering and ask to speak to that professional on staff.  Then, ask if they will allow you to come in and job shadow to help you make your decision on which health profession is best for you.

For additional information to help you with your allied health career choice, please explore the following links:


 

Academic Programs

Transfer Equivalencies/Transcript Evaluation

Admission Statistics

The statistics below represent averages of the applicants accepted into each program for the last admissions cycle. Students were admitted that were above the listed averages as well as below the listed averages. The Admissions Committee for each program will consider the below categories at the minimum in the admission decision process and potentially other factors such as verbal interview (if required), written interview (if required), letters of recommendation (if required), references (if required), career goal statement (if required), etc. It is strongly recommended that you aim for your averages to be as high as possible to be competitive for admission.

Science GPA Calculation Clarification

Please see the following explanations to understand what is calculated in your science GPA for College of Allied Health admissions purposes (if applicable):

  • The OU Norman Transfer Equivalencies Database has courses listed as acceptable for “Natural Science with Lab” that may or may not be calculated into your science GPA when considered for admission. Click here for an extensive list of what is calculated in the science GPA as well as what will not be calculated in your science GPA.
  • If applying to the Master of Occupational Therapy program, there are courses that may or may not be acceptable as a natural science elective so please review the notation under the list of prerequisites for further clarification.

If you have any questions, please send an email to alliedhealth-info@ouhsc.edu or call (405) 271-6588 for assistance.


DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS

Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
41 applied | 31 admitted | 3.62 avg. cumulative GPA

Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology
121 applied | 26 admitted | 3.76 avg. cumulative GPA | GRE ~ avg. verbal + quantitative = 301; avg. analytical writing = 4.0

Doctor of Audiology
29 applied | 5 admitted | 3.44 avg. cumulative GPA | GRE ~ avg. verbal + quantitative = 298; avg. analytical writing = 3.5

Doctor of Philosophy in Speech-Language Pathology
2 applied | 0 admitted


DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL IMAGING AND RADIATION SCIENCES

Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine
12 applied | 8 admitted | 3.16 avg. cumulative GPA | 2.56 avg. science GPA | last 60 hours avg. GPA = 3.14; avg. interview score = 80.4%

Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy
22 applied | 11 admitted | 3.36 avg. cumulative GPA | 2.97 avg. science GPA | last 60 hours avg. GPA = 3.45; avg. interview score = 79.8%

Bachelor of Science in Radiography
31 applied | 13 admitted | 3.24 avg. cumulative GPA | 2.92 avg. science GPA | last 60 hours avg. GPA = 3.24; avg. interview score = 77.9%

Bachelor of Science in Sonography
69 applied | 26 admitted | 3.56 avg. cumulative GPA | 3.35 avg. science GPA | last 60 hours avg. GPA = 3.62; avg. interview score = 82%


DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES

Master of Arts in Dietetics
27 applied | 19 admitted | 3.47 avg. cumulative GPA | 3.20 avg. science GPA

Master of Science in Nutritional Sciences
12 applied | 9 admitted | 3.42 avg. cumulative GPA | 3.67 avg. science GPA


DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES

Master of Occupational Therapy
127 applied | 32 admitted | 3.71 avg. cumulative GPA | 3.44 avg. science GPA | GRE ~ avg. verbal + quantitative = 305; avg. analytical writing = 4.0

Doctor of Physical Therapy
598 applied | 62 admitted | 3.80 avg. cumulative GPA | 3.60 avg. science GPA | GRE ~ avg. verbal + quantitative = 306; avg. analytical writing = 4.0

Doctor of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences
10 applied | 5 admitted | 3.67 last 60 hours GPA | GRE ~ avg. verbal + quantitative = 304; avg. analytical writing = 4.2

GPA Calculations

Our programs are competitive for admission.  Please review the admission statistics for our programs in order to determine your competitiveness.  Our programs consider many variables for admission.  All of our programs consider an applicant’s cumulative GPA for admission purposes.  Most of our programs also consider science GPA for admission purposes.  Other factors may be considered such as references, standardized test scores, letters of recommendation, interview, etc. 

Our calculation of your science GPA includes the hard-core animal and human science courses completed such as biology, human anatomy, human physiology, physics, chemistry, etc.  Our science GPA will not include courses such as the various health and exercise science courses, earth science, physical science, botany, astronomy, ecology, evolution, etc.  Please click here to review an extensive list of which courses will and will not calculate into your science GPA for admission purposes.  If you have questions about which courses may or may not be included in your science GPA, please email us or call us at (405) 271-6588.

The University of Oklahoma provides a website tool to calculate your GPA.  This tool is helpful when calculating your cumulative and/or science GPA.  They also provide a website tool to aid you in calculating how to improve your GPA.  This tool will calculate how many more hours of ‘A’ you need in order to raise your cumulative and/or science GPA to what you desire.

 

Prior to Applying

What is it like to be a student at the OUHSC College of Allied Health?

Success Rate:

  • 99.9% of our graduates find employment after graduation!
  • College pass rate on professional entry Boards/Licensure examinations in the eleven professional-entry programs is 94.3%.
  • In a recent survey, over 90% of the students reported being satisfied with the programs at the College of Allied Health


Helpful Resources

OUHSC Tulsa Campus


Please note that the following are required once a student is admitted to a program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center!

Criminal History: Many clinical facilities require background checks, including a check of the sex offenders list. It is the student’s responsibility to have the background check completed prior to starting the clinical experience and as

instructed by the clinical coordinator. It is the student’s responsibility to maintain the background check for presentation to the clinical facility personnel.

Drug Testing: Drug screening is required of all OUHSC students in designated programs as many clinical facilities require students to pass a drug test. It is the student’s responsibility to comply with the necessary procedures and consent forms for the required drug screening. Students who fail to adhere to the drug testing deadline established by the College will be suspended from all classes until clearance documentation is received.

Financial Resources

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Application for all undergraduate, professional, and graduate College of Allied Health programs

Apply to a Program

Application Status

After submission of your application, keep track of the transcripts we have received for your application, review data entry of your transcripts into our system, check your residency status, etc by viewing the ‘Application Status’ website.

Check Application Status

Once Admitted

Continue to check your application status regularly if admitted to one of our programs to keep track of which new student forms we have received from you. If there are any issues with your new student forms such as vaccines, health insurance, CPR, etc, a staff member from the department you are admitted to will contact you by emailing you at your new OUHSC email account.


Please note that the following are required once a student is admitted to a program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center:

Criminal History: Many clinical facilities require background checks, including a check of the sex offenders list. It is the student’s responsibility to have the background check completed prior to starting the clinical experience and as
instructed by the clinical coordinator. It is the student’s responsibility to maintain the background check for presentation to the clinical facility personnel.

Drug Testing: Drug screening is required of all OUHSC students in designated programs as many clinical facilities require students to pass a drug test. It is the student’s responsibility to comply with the necessary procedures and consent forms for the required drug screening. Students who fail to adhere to the drug testing deadline established by the College will be suspended from all classes until clearance documentation is received.

Academic Resources

Office of Academic and Student Services

We are here to assist you in reaching your academic goals.  If you have any questions, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you!