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Regional Campuses

Taking Creighton education beyond Omaha.

You want a top-rated health sciences education that gives you access to diverse patient populations. You also want to serve the underserved. Creighton University’s regional campuses and innovative distance pathway programs allow you to achieve your goals while helping those in need. Your student experience could even lead to direct job placement after you graduate. Beyond Omaha, Creighton has campuses in the following cities.

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Phoenix, Arizona

Creighton’s new Health Sciences – Phoenix campus is the only Catholic medical school campus west of Omaha. It will feature a full four-year medical school and physician assistant, nursing, pharmacy and physical and occupational therapy programs. By 2025, we project that the Phoenix campus will be home to nearly 1,000 health sciences students, invigorating Arizona’s health infrastructure.

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Denver, Colorado

The School of Pharmacy and Health Professions occupational therapy program offers an entry-level doctorate degree in Colorado through Creighton’s collaboration with Regis University in Denver. This program offers a unique, hybrid program of distance learning and campus-based laboratories that physically meet on the Regis University campus. Study with Creighton OT faculty and practitioners. It’s designed to meet the needs of rural Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana where occupational therapists are scarce.

Anchorage, Alaska

Since 2008, Creighton and the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) have partnered to address Alaska’s critical shortage of occupational therapists. Learn with Creighton OT faculty and practitioners who serve as mentors and instructors. Through this unique hybrid initiative of distance learning and UAA on-campus lab experiences, you’ll live and learn in one of the most diverse cities in the country and the largest in Alaska. You’ll gain experience with a variety of patient populations, including Alaska Native people.