Purdue University Graduate Majors
Purdue University administers its largest and most comprehensive campus in West Lafayette, Indiana, home to the Purdue University Graduate School. The Graduate School oversees graduate education that includes more than 70 graduate programs at the West Lafayette campus and nearly 30 programs at four additional campuses across the State of Indiana.
For information about Purdue's program options in your area of interest, please review the appropriate campus below.
Main Campus Graduate Programs
Purdue University's oldest and largest campus with approximately 39,000 students is located in West Lafayette, Indiana.
- Main Campus Degree and Academic Programs
- Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs
- Certificate Programs
- Main Campus Graduate Program Directory (Heads, Chairs & Contacts)
Regional Campus Graduate Programs
In addition to the main campus in West Lafayette, Purdue has four regional campuses offering graduate studies in the following disciplines:
Purdue Calumet - Hammond, Indiana
Purdue University Calumet, located in Northwest Indiana in Hammond, offers graduate study for master's degrees and certificate programs.
- Purdue Calumet Graduate Programs
- Purdue Calumet Graduate Program Directory (Heads, Chairs & Contacts)
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW)- Fort Wayne, IndianaIPFW, located in Northeast Indiana in Fort Wayne, offers graduate study for Purdue University master's degrees and certificate programs.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)- Indianapolis, IndianaIUPUI, located near downtown Indianapolis, offers Purdue University master's degrees, a doctoral degree in clinical rehabilitation psychology, and other doctoral studies, in conjunction with the West Lafayette campus. Multiple degree and certificate programs are also available.
Purdue North Central (PNC)- Westville, Indiana
Purdue North Central, located in North Central Indiana in Westville, is the Graduate School's most recent campus to offer graduate study opportunities.