Medical Center Of Independence
College in Independence, MO
The University of Kansas Medical Center is a campus of the University of Kansas and provides educational programs through its Schools of Allied Health, Medicine, Nursing, and Graduate Studies. The campus is comprised of academic units operating alongside The University of Kansas Hospital, which supplies opportunities for clinical knowledge and residency positions. The University of Kansas Medical Center, an integral and unique component of the University of Kansas and the Kansas Board of Regents system, is composed of the School of Medicine, situated in Kansas City and Wichita.
read moreA metropolitan area of 2.3 million people, Kansas City offers the diversity and excitement of a large city with the charm and convenience of Midwest living. Walkable, tree-lined neighborhoods surround the KU Medical Center campus, which is within easy reach of the city's top destinations, including the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Country Club Plaza, a shopping district celebrated for its architecture and pedestrian-oriented design. The campus is less than five miles from downtown Kansas City, Missouri, which has been enhanced in recent years by the additions of an 18,000-seat arena, an entertainment district, a streetcar and a $326 million performing arts center.
Academics Overview at the University
read moreOur students learn to care for others so they can make a difference in our state, nation and world. The University of Kansas Medical Center is nationally recognized - offering a wide breadth of health-care-related studies. As the only medical school in Kansas, the School of Medicine is a leader in training primary care and rural physicians. The school offers 14 degree programs, two of which are nationally ranked.