Departments Offering Graduate Study

Below are the divisions and departments with the graduate degrees and certificate programs offered. The Institute for the Environment and Sustainability; Cell, Molecular and Structural Biology; and Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology are interdisciplinary programs.

Ph.D. program applicants may apply for a special interdisciplinary degree, subject to the approval of the admitting Ph.D. department and the Graduate School. Please contact the Director of Graduate Study in the appropriate department for more information.

All departments offering graduate study have information available about requirements and courses.

College of Arts and Science

Botany: Master of Arts; Master of Science; Master of Arts in Teaching (biological sciences); Doctor of Philosophy; certificates in ecology and molecular biology

Cell, Molecular and Structural Biology: Master of Science; Doctor of Philosophy

Chemistry and Biochemistry: Master of Science; Doctor of Philosophy; certificate in molecular biology

Comparative Religion: Master of Arts

Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology: Doctor of Philosophy

Economics: See Farmer School of Business.

English: Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching; Doctor of Philosophy

Environmental Sciences: Master of Environmental Science

French: Master of Arts

Geography: Master of Arts

Geology & Environmental Earth Science: Master of Arts; Master of Science; Doctor of Philosophy

History: Master of Arts

Mathematics: Master of Arts; Master of Science; Master of Arts in Teaching (for licensed teachers)

Microbiology: Master of Science; Master of Arts in Teaching (biological sciences), Doctor of Philosophy; certificates in ecology and molecular biology

Philosophy: Master of Arts

Physics: Master of Science

Political Science: Master of Arts; Master of Arts in Teaching, Doctor of Philosophy

Psychology: Master of Arts (as required step in Ph.D. program only); Doctor of Philosophy (in clinical psychology, social psychology or brain and cognitive science). For school psychology, see the School of Education and Allied Professions.

Sociology and Gerontology: Master of Gerontological Studies; Master of Population and Social Gerontology; Doctor of Philosophy in Social Gerontology; certificate in gerontology

Spanish and Portuguese: Master of Arts

Speech Pathology and Audiology: Master of Arts; Master of Science

Statistics: Master of Science; Certificate in Applied Statistics

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program: Certificate

Zoology: Master of Arts; Master of Arts in Teaching (biological sciences); Master of Science; Doctor of Philosophy; certificate in molecular biology

The Farmer School of Business

Accountancy: Master of Accountancy

Economics: Master of Arts

Business Administration: Master of Business Administration

School of Education, Health, and Society

Educational Leadership: Master of Education; Master of Science; Doctor of Philosophy; Doctor of Education

Educational Psychology: Master of Science; Master of Education (instructional design and technology); Master of Arts (instructional design and technology); Specialist in Education (school psychology)

Kinesiology and Health: Master of Science in Kinesiology and Health

Music, education: See School of Creative Arts.

Teacher Education: Master of Education; Master of Arts in Teaching

School of Engineering and Applied Science

Computer Science and Software Engineering: Master of Computer Science; Master of Science Computational Science and Engineering

Chemical and Paper Engineering: Master of Science

Electrical and Computer Engineering: Master of Science Computational Science and Engineering

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering: Master of Science Computational Science and Engineering

School of Creative Arts

Architecture and Interior Design: Master of Architecture

Art, studio: Master of Fine Arts

Music, education: Master of Music

Music, performance: Master of Music

Theatre: Master of Arts

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