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At the KU School of Health Professions, internationally renowned faculty prepare students for a rewarding career in clinical care, research or academia. Several of the school's graduate programs are nationally recognized by U.S. News & World Report. The training received from top faculty and scientists provides graduates with an edge in a workforce where health care professionals are in high demand. More than 25 undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs are available and each has its own prerequisites, admission requirements and costs. Visit an individual program website to learn more:

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Last modified: Jun 05, 2019

Dean's Leadership Series: Oct. 11, 2019

Keynote speaker Ruth V. Watkins, Ph.D. is the 16th and current president of the University of Utah. She earned a master's degree in child language/speech-language pathology in 1987, and a doctorate in child language in 1989, from the University of Kansas. The entire campus community is invited. Read more


​​Abiodun Akinwuntan, Ph.D., MPH, dean and professor in the KU School of Health Professions, has been elected to serve a two-year term on the Nominations and Elections Committee of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions. The association was chartered in September 1967 for administrators, educators, and others who were concerned with critical issues affecting allied health education.

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KU nurse anesthesia student Taylor Robertson talks about her summer 2018 medical mission trip to Guatemala. Learn more about international education opportunities available to students in the School of Health Professions.


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