If you are looking into furthering your education at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio, the Office of Student Services can help you! The links to the right include information about the educational programs offered at the Health Science Center as well as application information and maps to campus.
Other links with detailed information about the HSC can be found within the Student Services Web site. We invite you to look around and get a better feel for what it will be like at the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Anticipated New Programs at the
Health Science Center
School of Nursing: Posted Aug 10, 2010
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences: Posted Feb 24, 2010
School of Medicine: Posted November 10, 2010
- Doctor of Medical Physics - The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, School of Medicine, announces the formation of a new professional degree program, Doctor of Medical Physics (DMP), planned to commence in July 2013.
The Department of Physical Therapy: Posted September 28, 2011
School of Health Professions:
- Doctor of Physical Therapy (T-DPT) program starting Spring 2012. This transitional program will offer a modified version of the current DPT program to practicing therapists who graduated with a Master or Bachelor degree as their entry-level professional degree. It is currently pending approval.
Posted October 25, 2011
- Master of Occupational Therapy(MOT) announces admission changes for the summer 2013 entering class:
Beginning with the entering class of 2013, all admitted applicants will need to have received a bachelor’s degree no later than the December prior to their year of entry
Program Prerequisites have been reduced to 27 semester credit hours. Those include the following courses:
Human Anatomy with Laboratory or Anatomy and Physiology I [4 semester credits]
Human Physiology with laboratory or Anatomy and Physiology II [4 semester credits]
Physics or Kinesiology (Principles of Dynamics of Movement) [ 3 semester credits]
Abnormal Psychology [3 semester credits]
Developmental Psychology [3 semester credits]
Sociology or Anthropology [3 semester credits]
Statistics [3 semester credits]
English Technical Writing or an advanced writing course [3 semester credits]
Medical Terminology [1 semester credit]
Your Right to Know
Campus Safety and Security Policies
The Jeanne Clery Act is the landmark federal law that requires colleges and universities to disclose information about crime on and around their campus.
The UT Health Science Center is committed to assisting the HSC community in providing for its own safety and security. Information regarding campus security, personal safety, crime prevention, university police law enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, crime statistics for the most recent three-year period, and disciplinary procedures is available on the Health Science Center's police department Web site at http://utpolice.uthscsa.edu/documents/CampusSecurityReport.pdf.
If you would like a paper copy of this information, you may contact the crime prevention office at 210-562-9092.
The “Clery Act” is named in memory of a 19-year-old Lehigh University freshman named Jeanne Ann Clery who was sexually assaulted and murdered in her residence hall room on April 5, 1986.