The Mizzou School of Health Professionals offers a wide variety of programs of study for students interested in careers in healthcare.
From the Bachelor of Health Science Degree to our clinical doctorate programs, our students graduate with exceptional opportunities ahead of them.
Each degree program has a unique application process and requirements. Please make an appointment with an academic advisor to verify details
for the program of study in which you are interested.
For a general guideline of program application deadlines, see our application chart. For detailed information about a particular degree program, select the program from the menu at left.
|Health Science Program Bachelor of Health Science Program||No application required, check with the program advisor for more information|
|Clinical Laboratory Science Bachelor of Health Science Program||December 1, junior year|
|Communication Science and Disorders Bachelor of Health Science Program||February 1, sophomore year|
|Communication Science and Disorders Master of Health Science program||January 15|
|Communication Science and Disorders Non-traditional Master of Health Science program (For incoming students from non-CSD academic backgrounds)||October 15|
|Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Bachelor of Health Science program||February 1, sophomore year|
|Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Master of Health Science program||December 1|
|Nuclear Medicine Bachelor of Health Science program||December 1 of the junior year|
|Occupational Therapy Bachelor of Occupational Science and Master of Occupational Therapy program||December 31, sophomore year|
|Physical Therapy Doctor of Physical Therapy program||Regular Admission January 10: Online application to graduate school/Regular and Early Admission January 24: PT department application|
|Radiography Bachelor of Health Science program||February 1, sophomore year|
|Respiratory Therapy Bachelor of Health Science program||February 1, sophomore year|
|UMKC Pharmacy PharmD satellite program||Rolling Admissions|