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The School of Medicine

Graduate Programs

Academic programs at the University of Kansas Medical Center are offered through the Schools of Allied Health, Medicine, and Nursing. The Office of Graduate Studies at KUMC handles matters related to graduate programs in Allied Health, Medicine, and Nursing.

Basic admission requirements are listed in the Graduate Studies section of the online catalog. Individual graduate programs have specific requirements including prerequisite undergraduate courses. These are listed or referenced in the individual program descriptions.

Departments

Interdisciplinary Programs

Other Programs

The School of Medicine also offers the Doctor of Medicine degree. M.D. program information is detailed in the School of Medicine Catalog. View information about premedical study at KU.

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