Admissions for the SAHP

Outstanding programs preparing you to meet the changing face of healthcare.

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 Clinical Lab Science  Clinical Lab Science
 Clinical Perfusion  Clinical Perfusion
 Computed Tomography (CT)  Computed Tomography (CT)
 Cytotechnology  Cytotechnology
 Diagnostic Med Sonography  Diagnostic Med Sonography
 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)         Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
 Medical Nutrition  Medical Nutrition
 Nuclear Medicine  Nuclear Medicine
 Physical Therapy  Physical Therapy
 Physician Assistant  Physician Assistant
 Radiation Therapy  Radiation Therapy
 Radiography  Radiography

DISCLAIMER: In accordance with University Policy, UNMC prohibits the denial of admission or of Medical Center privileges to students or applicants on the basis of individual characteristics such as race, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, religious or political beliefs or sexual orientation. These privileges include but are not limited to admission, class assignments, scholarships, fellowships, assistantships, and financial aid, as well as housing and recreational facilities. Furthermore, student organizations must base their selection of students for membership on criteria which will not exclude students based upon individual characteristics such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or sexual orientation.

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SAHP Academic & Student Affairs
School of Allied Health Professions-UNMC
984035 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-4035

Phone: 402-559-6673
Fax: 402-559-3385

Academic Calendars

2013-2014 Academic Calendar
2014-2015 Academic Calendar

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School of Allied Health Professions
at a Glance

  • Third largest enrollment among UNMC’s educational programs

  • Average entering student GPA greater than 3.5

  • Total Student Body of more than 700 students, including distance students located all over the world

  • On average, more than 80% of on-campus students are Nebraska residents

  • First-time pass rates (for the past 10 years) on licensure or certification exams that exceed the national means for their profession’s pass rate