Wichita State University (USA)

Wichita State University (WSU) is a leading public university in Wichita, Kansas, USA. It is one of the safest universities of its size in the U.S.

The Barton School of Business at Wichita State University is one of the best business schools with all its undergraduate and graduate business and accounting programs fully accredited by AACSB International.

Notable WSU alumni include: Dan and Frank Carney (co-founders of Pizza Hut), Jay Hull (former National Football League offensive guard for the Pittsburgh Steelers), Bill Parcells (Former Head Coach in the National Football League), Dave Stallworth (retired National Basketball Association player), etc.


- Wichita State University is placed among Tier 2 National Universities (US News 2012).

- Ranked 246th in the Washington Monthly's 2009 national university college rankings.

- According to the America's Best Graduate Schools 2009 index published by US News and World Report, the graduate program in speech-language pathology at Wichita State University is ranked 30th out of approximately 250 programs nationwide.

- National Science Foundation ranks Wichita State University third among all U.S. universities in money spent on aerospace engineering research and development. Wichita State's No. 3 rank is largely due to the research and testing programs at the National Institute for Aviation Research at WSU.

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