Founded in 1905, the KU School of Medicine is proud of its rich legacy as Kansas' only medical school. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life and serve our community through the discovery of knowledge, the education of health professionals and by improving the health of the public.
The School of Medicine integrates excellent education, scientific discovery, outstanding clinical programs and dedication to community service. In addition to its commitment to educating the physician workforce of tomorrow, the school is an emerging leader in biomedical research and the health of the public. Graduate programs are offered in the biomedical sciences, biostatistics, public health, health policy and management, and clinical research.
Admission and degree requirements vary by program and are listed in the individual program descriptions. Requirements and course descriptions are subject to change. In most cases, use the catalog of the year student entered program. Other years’ catalogs».