Academic Programs Offerings
The University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) offers bachelor's programs in nursing and several health professional fields. At the graduate level, we have master's programs in applied statistics and analytics, athletic training, biostatistics, dietetics and nutrition, health data science, molecular biotechnology, health informatics, nursing, health services administration, and public health.
Entry-level to professional practice doctorates are available in audiology, medicine, nurse anesthesia, occupational therapy, and physical therapy, and KUMC offers post-professional doctorates in clinical laboratory science, nursing, and speech-language pathology. Research doctoral programs include fields within the biomedical sciences and in audiology, biostatistics, health policy, medical nutrition science, nursing, speech-language pathology, rehabilitation science, and therapeutic science.
Note: This report does not include Residency or Fellowship Programs offered through the Office of Graduate Medical Education.