Mar 14, 2012
U.S. News & World Report has named five programs in the KU School of Health Professions in its 2013 rankings of public university graduate programs. In all, almost 50 KU programs were included in the report which was released today. The programs listed are: #2, Occupational Therapy (Master/Doctorate); 6, Speech-Language-Pathology (Master); 7, Audiology (Doctorate); 9Physical Therapy (Master/Doctorate); 21, Nursing-Anesthesia (Master).
The U.S. News & World Report’s graduate schools report is an aggregate system with rankings based on peer review. Programs in the KU School of Health Professions consistently find themselves in the report.
To learn more about the report and the University of Kansas programs it lists, click here.
Located on the KU Medical Center campus, the School of Health Professions offers more than 25 academic programs in health care fields important to our community and region. From lab science to physical therapy, nuclear medicine to audiology, the type and nature of programs is extremely diverse. Learn more about the exciting careers available in health professions.