Wichita State's College of Health Professions combines quality, accredited degrees with unparalleled access to applied learning in Kansas' health care hub. From exclusive programs and the latest technology to virtually limitless access to industry experts, hands-on experience and jobs—your high-paying, high-demand career in health care starts here.

Nurse graduate student helping a patient.
Our Innovative Approach

Bigger city equals more opportunity

WSU’s location in Kansas’ largest city means our health professions students get to do more. Our exceptional health care industry partnerships give you more opportunities to make connections and work beside some of the best professionals in their fields through clinical rotations, interprofessional education and community outreach.


A comprehensive health care education

As a Shocker health professions student, you’ll have access to the widest range of quality, accredited degree programs—some not found anywhere else in Kansas. 

Dental student

Academic Advising at Wichita State University is a personalized way to explore options and make good decisions that help you attain your educational and career goals.

Female CSD student with child

The College of Health Professions awards more than 200 scholarships and fellowships each year. Students who are admitted and enrolled in a professional CHP program are eligible to apply. In addition, Shockers have access to general scholarships—including freshmen merit scholarships and other forms of financial aid.

CHP Departments

From patient-serving clinics to high-tech equipment and labs, the College of Health Professions is equipped with everything you need to become a highly qualified health care professional.

Community engagement that makes a difference

The College of Health Professions is serious about community outreach. As a CHP student, you'll gain experience while providing vital services to underserved populations throughout your academic career. WSU features three patient-serving clinics and conducts outreach activities like health fairs and screenings year-round. 

Physical therapy students with baby on baby day

CHP in the news

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satellite nursing program
WSU and K-State have started the planning phase of a program that will give students the opportunity to earn both a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Health and Human Sciences at K-State, and a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from the College of Health Professions at WSU. 
Physician Assistant students and faculty
"Your collegiate experience is what you make of it. If you go to class and go home, you’ll get a degree. If you go to class, get involved and put yourself out there, you’ll get an infinite amount more (and a degree!)" - Gabrielle Owens
Pediatric Feeding Group at Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic
Local children are learning how to enjoy eating during the first Pediatric Feeding Group at the WSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. The group is led by WSU speech-language pathology graduate students and licensed speech-language pathologists. 

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