Study in the sunshine state.
Welcome to Miami: Where sunshine, international culture and opportunity meet. Study at the Miami, FL campus at University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences and benefit from access to a wealth of educational resources in a beautiful, cosmopolitan setting.
Programs offered at USAHS Miami:
- Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
- Flex Master of Occupational Therapy (Flex MOT)
- Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
- Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
Upcoming start dates:
- Spring Term: Monday, January 13, 2020
- Summer Term: Monday, May 11, 2020
- Fall Term: Tuesday, September 7, 2020
Join us for a campus tour.
Miami campus tours are currently scheduled for most Mondays and Thursdays beginning at noon ET, and are approximately one hour. We look forward to sharing our campus with you. Please complete the form below to register for a scheduled tour date.
Enjoy on-campus resources.
Our 56,000-square-foot Miami campus is conveniently located near the airport and is within a short drive to downtown Miami.
Our campus is well-equipped for the modern student, with collaborative study rooms with built-in presentation technology, clinical and anatomy labs, lecture-style classrooms, conference rooms, and a student lounge. All classrooms have touch panel control systems, projectors, mobile classroom and document cameras, and video conference and wireless presentation capabilities.
The campus library houses hands-on resources – bone models, treatment tables, goniometers, wedges, and stethoscopes – for student use. A librarian is also available to provide on-site research and information support to students and faculty.
Students who study in Miami will sharpen their skills at the Center for Innovative Clinical Practice (CICP) – a teaching laboratory with state-of-the-art medical tools. Through simulation education, students experience realistic situations in immersive settings, build confidence and critical thinking skills, and become better prepared for clinical careers.
At each USAHS campus, distinguished faculty and administration are easily accessible and available for mentorship and ongoing support.
Why study with USAHS in Miami?
Delight in multicultural diversity.
Brush up on your Spanish, or learn a new language, in the second largest U.S. city with a Spanish-speaking majority population. With an increasing number of Spanish patients in the U.S., health care professionals benefit from Spanish proficiency.
Connect with future employers.
Miami is the headquarters for many national and international organizations – across industries. Due to its proximity to Latin America, Miami is connected to several companies’ Latin American operations.
Take a break at the beach.
Our flexible programs allow you the time to enjoy Miami’s many sandy beaches. With a year-round tropical climate, you’ll have many opportunities.
Uncover your surroundings.
Coral Gables, known as “The City Beautiful,” is filled with lush green avenues and Mediterranean Revival architectural features. From the iconic Biltmore Hotel to the Venetian Pool to the tree-lined Old Cutler trail, there’s something for everyone to discover. If shopping is your favorite type of therapy, look no further than the nearby open-air Shops at Merrick Park or Miracle Mile. Miami is also world-renowned for its flavorful nightlife, outdoor cafes, and diverse museums.
Our new location!
Our new campus is centrally located in the Coral Gables neighborhood, four miles from downtown Miami and ten miles from Miami Beach. Travel by vintage trolley, with stops every 10-15 minutes, to explore the city with ease. Many students also take advantage of Miami’s 23 Metrorail stations, or carpool, walk or bike to the city’s varied destinations.
Where should you live while studying?
The new USAHS Miami campus is located in a residential area – just 15 minutes from downtown. We encourage students to live near campus, avoid traffic, and take advantage of bike and pedestrian trails. There are several affordable housing options within a few miles of campus, whether you are looking to live alone, or with your family or roommates.