Studying at Creighton

A hands-on, INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION — for and with others.

Two male PT students help a male patient onto a bed.

At Creighton University, you’ll experience one of the best health sciences educations in the nation. No matter which program you choose, you’ll gain meaningful, hands-on learning experiences and an education deeply rooted in Jesuit values and a commitment to collaboration across the health professions.

Experiential Learning

Experiential learning is at the core of our top-ranked health sciences programs. You’ll participate in profession-specific experiences and activities to further develop your skillset and abilities in real world settings. From clinicals, practice sites, externships and service opportunities—in Omaha, nationwide and across the world—you’ll gain the knowledge, skills and hands-on experiences to succeed in the future.

Collaborative Community

Now more than ever, it’s crucial for health professionals to work together as a team. Since Creighton is home to four health sciences schools, you’ll experience a collaborative community that emphasizes an interprofessional practice model to health care education. This unique focus on patient care, centered on Jesuit values and teaching with a commitment to serving the underserved, offers you a robust and well-rounded learning experience.

Cutting-Edge Technology

All of our health sciences schools feature remarkable facilities equipped with exceptional, state-of-the-art labs and advanced simulation technology. Thanks to this cutting-edge technology, you’ll be prepared for success in your future health profession.

Dedication to Service

When you study health sciences at Creighton, you’ll receive a Jesuit education focused on service to others and committed to creating a better and more just world. You’ll find Jesuit teachings infused throughout our health sciences schools that reflect the Jesuit value of “men and women for and with others.” You’ll have avenues to express your passion for service and justice—right here in Omaha and across the world.