For more than nine decades, Salus University has maintained a tradition of excellence, embracing academic innovation, continuous program improvement, and leadership. Our rigorous academic programs are based on a primary care, holistic, and patient-centered philosophy that emphasizes hands-on learning and innovative student learning experiences.
Salus University offers the following degree and certificate programs:
Pennsylvania College of Optometry
- Doctor of Optometry (OD)
- Residency Program
- Degree Programs for
International Ophthalmic Practitioners
College of Education and Rehabilitation
- Low Vision Rehabilitation Programs
- Occupational Therapy Programs
- Orientation and Mobility Therapy Programs
- Professional Preparation Programs for
Teachers of Children with Visual and Multiple Impairments
- Speech-Language Pathology Program
- Vision Rehabilitation Therapy Programs
Osborne College of Audiology
- Doctor of Audiology (AuD)
- International Doctor of Audiology
(AuD) Degree Bridge Program
- Advanced Studies Certificate Programs
College of Health Sciences
- Physician Assistant
(Master of Medical Science - MMS)
- Public Health Programs
Office of Graduate Programs in Biomedicine
- PhD in Biomedicine with an embedded Master of Science degree
We invite you to learn more about Salus University programs and begin an exciting career journey that combines a world of opportunity with the deep satisfaction of caring for others.
Fall Recruiting Schedule
Representatives from the Office of Admissions will visit campuses around the country to meet interested students, providing information and answering questions for interested students.
Salus is a Latin word meaning health and well-being.
Founded in 1919 as Pennsylvania College of Optometry.
Four colleges with ten accredited degree programs.
Enrollment:1080 students on-campus and in distance education programs.
Application Deadline: Rolling Admission