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The University of Missouri - Kansas City

The University of Missouri - Kansas City

5100 Rockhill Rd
Kansas City, MO 64110
(816) 235-1000

The University of Missouri-Kansas City is a public, 4-year, research institution, founded in 1929. UMKC, which is 4.6 miles from the heart of downtown, is in Kansas City, MO. This university is the seventh largest institution in the state of Missouri. It is one of several campuses. It offers subjects including computer science, special education, and music. UMKC offers ten certificates, 48 bachelors level degrees, 52 masters level degrees, and 12 degrees at the doctoral level to students. In 2010, 15,259 students pursued degrees from the 82 programs at this university. It is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. It is one of 6 institutions with a medical school in Missouri.

Admission

In 2010, 4,398 students applied for admission to this university. This university admitted close to 68% of applicants or 2,991 students. Approximately 61% of the admitted students are women.

Admission

In 2010, 4,398 students applied for admission to this university. This university admitted close to 68% of applicants or 2,991 students. Approximately 61% of the admitted students are women.

  • Percent Admitted students who applied: 68%
  • Percent Admitted of women who applied were admitted: 71%
  • Percent Admitted of men who applied were admitted: 64%

Student Demographics

UMKC had 15,259 students enrolled in 2010.

Student Demographics

UMKC had 15,259 students enrolled in 2010.

  • Total Enrolled Male: 6561
  • Total Enrolled Female: 8698
  • Undergraduate Male: 4137
  • Undergraduate Female: 5713
  • Graduate Male: 2434
  • Graduate Female: 2975

Faculty Demographics

1,883 teachers work for UMKC. Two-thirds of the instructors are full-time and close to a third of the instructors are part-time. Just under half of the teachers are female.

Faculty Demographics

1,883 teachers work for UMKC. Two-thirds of the instructors are full-time and close to a third of the instructors are part-time. Just under half of the teachers are female.

  • Male: 1001
  • Female: 882
Information based on 2010-12 data from the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.
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