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Academic Catalogs

Washburn University is pleased to announce the addition of a specialized catalog for graduate students.

If you are an undergraduate student, the Undergraduate Catalog (PDF) is the place for you to discover classes offered in your program of study as well as to understand the requirements of your program and to explore general education course options. Don’t forget to discuss your courses with your academic advisor.

If you are a graduate student, explore the Graduate Catalog (PDF) and know that your unique needs will be met at Washburn. Information regarding your program of study is detailed in the catalog. Don’t hesitate to contact your academic advisor with questions.

How to search a PDF document:

  • Browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) have changed how you search a PDF.
  • After clicking on the link above to open the Catalog file, hit Ctrl-F on your keyboard (on a PC) or hit Command-F on your keyboard (on a Mac) to begin searching.
  • The keyboard command above will open up a search box at the top right portion of your browser. From there you can type in what you are wanting to search for.

Note: When the catalog opens, it should open with bookmarks on the left to all the different sections of the catalog. If it does not, look on the left side of the catalog for the icon pictured below this paragraph and click on it to open up the bookmarks. If you do not see the bookmarks icon, download the catalog to your computer and open up the catalog using Adobe Reader.

View Previous Catalogs

Catalog Addenda

If you can't find what you are looking for, please contact the Vice President for Academic Affairs Office at 785.670.1648.

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