The University of Kansas Medical Center offers bachelor's programs in nursing and in many health professions fields. At the graduate level, we have master's programs in nursing, dietetics and nutrition, molecular biotechnology, occupational therapy, biomedical sciences, biostatistics, health services administration, and public health.
The Medical Center offers professional doctorates in audiology, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. Research doctoral programs include the biomedical sciences, biostatistics, health policy, medical nutrition, nursing, rehabilitation science, and therapeutic science. There are intercampus graduate programs in Communicative Disorders and in Neurosciences.
Several certificate programs exist for training as nuclear med techs, research clinical trial coordinators, registered dieticians, and sonographers, as well as post-master's nursing certificates in various specializations.
These reports do not include Residency or Fellowship Programs offered through the Office of Graduate Medical Education.
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