Below is a list of this year's attending institutions. This list is updated regularly as programs continue to register. You can also view last year's list of attending institutions.
Albert Einstein - College of Medicine, Graduate Division
"Research knows no Boundaries" in the Graduate Division of Biomedical Sciences at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, NY). At Einstein you will find PhD, MD/PhD, Summer Undergraduate Research, and Post-baccalaureate Research Education (PREP) programs.
Students conduct cutting-edge research in any of more than 200 laboratories in Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biophysics, Cancer, Cell and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Neuroscience, Stem Cell Biology, Systems Biology, Epidemiology, Virology and more! A new PhD track in Clinical Investigation is also offered. All PhD and MD/PhD students receive tuition remission, stipend, and subsidized housing. For juniors, there is a comprehensive Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP). Visit www.einstein.yu.edu/phd.
When you pursue a graduate degree with the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University you not only get an advanced education through our nationally recognized programs, you’ll join a community that is making an impact through use-inspired, interdisciplinary research.
We have the resources from world-class labs and state-of-the-art equipment to an innovative, entrepreneurial educational environment. Our faculty are among the top in their fields, garnering recognition and successfully competing for large grants that further our research endeavors.
As a major university serving a large metropolitan area, we have strong ties to industry and government agencies, enabling our students to pursue real-world research and form important career-building relationships.
This is the fifth year ASU has been chosen in the US News Best Colleges rankings as an institution “making the most promising and innovative changes in academics, faculty and student life.”
Arizona State University - School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy
ASEE - SMART Scholarship Program
Auburn University - Graduate School
Why Choose Baylor University for a Graduate Degree in Physics? Graduate physics students at Baylor University experience the benefits of a major American research university, large enough to support strong academic and research programs, while still allowing opportunities only available within a close-knit community of scholars. Baylor University is classified as a “High Research” institution as determined by the Carnegie Foundation. The Dept. of Physics’ 39 graduate students participate with the 21 Physics faculty (15 tenured/tenure track and 5 lecturers), conducting research in Astrophysics & Space Sciences, Atomic & Molecular Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Elementary Particle Physics, Gravitation & Cosmology, Non-Linear Dynamics, Plasma Physics, Quantum Optics, Nano Optics, and Surface Chemical Physics. For more information on our program, we invite you to visit our website at http://www.baylor.edu/physics/ and contact our Graduate Program Director, Prof. Gerald B. Cleaver, via email at Gerald_Cleaver@baylor.edu or phone at 254-710-2283.
Binghamton University (SUNY) - The Graduate School
Binghamton University, a nationally distinguished State University of New York (SUNY) Center of Excellence, combines the atmosphere of a mid-sized public institution with the resources of a large research university. Whether you are a full-time student looking to immerse yourself in a master’s or doctoral program or a professional working to earn an advanced degree or certificate, you can find your fit here: Binghamton University offers more than 60 master’s programs, 30 doctoral degrees, and 15 certificates.
Binghamton University includes the College of Community and Public Affairs, the Decker School of Nursing, the Graduate School of Education, the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Management, the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Case Western Reserve University - School of Medicine Graduate Education
Central Michigan University - Graduate Recruiting and Admissions
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory - Watson School of Biological Sciences
The graduate school at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory - the Watson School of Biological Sciences - offers an accelerated Ph.D. program designed for exceptional students. Students join the program each year to participate in a unique educational curriculum within an institution renowned for its pioneering research and science training programs. Graduate students at the Watson School are part of this thriving and historically rich scientific community.
Features of the Program:
- Approximately 4-5 years from matriculation to Ph.D.
- Stipend, tuition, research costs & benefits provided by the Program
- Coursework and laboratory rotations completed in the first year
- Two-tier mentoring and scheduled thesis committee meetings
Genetics & Genomics • Molecular Biology & Cancer • Neuroscience • Plant Biology • Quantitative Biology
For more information, visit the program website at www.cshl.edu/gradschool.
Colorado School of Mines - Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering
The Chemical and Biological Engineering Department of the Colorado School of Mines is a dynamic, exciting environment for research and higher education. Mines provides a rigorous educational experience where faculty and top-notch students work together on meaningful research with far-reaching societal applications. Departmental research areas include hydrates, renewable energy, soft materials, biomedical devices, thin-film materials, simulation and modeling. Annual research awards total approximately $7,000,000. Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Golden, Colorado is a gorgeous place to work and play. Enjoy world-class outdoor recreation during the 300 days of sunshine a year.
Columbia University - Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science
Cornell Tech - Enrollment and Admissions
Founded in 2012, Cornell Tech offers seven graduate programs all focused on science, technology and entrepreneurship. What makes us unique is our interdisciplinary curriculum and Studio curriculum. Our integrated curriculum gives our business, tech and law students a fluency across varied domains and the flexibility to adapt in the rapidly evolving tech world -- a third of our curriculum is shared between our tech and professional students. And through our Studio curriculum we've replace thesis-writing with building products and solutions and starting startups.
Cornell University - Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering is the process by which we understand a complex need and then develop, test, and deploy elegant and harmonious solutions to meet that need. Whether you are designing a toy to bring to market or tackling a grand global challenge such as food safety, systems engineering has the analytical, design, and leadership tools you need to be successful. We created the Systems Engineering Program in response to pleas from industry for engineers who not only had depth in a particular undergraduate discipline but who could also rise above disciplinary boundaries and take leadership from a systems perspective.
Cornell’s College of Engineering, the preeminent engineering school in the Ivy League, is offering a Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering both on-campus and via distance learning for working professional who wish to pursue a Master's degree while continuing to work in industry full-time.
Cornell University - Graduate School
With 5200 graduate and professional students in nearly 100 fields of study, including 14 engineering disciplines, the Cornell University Graduate School offers the broadest range of programs in the Ivy League. Our world-renowned faculty and world-class research facilities combined with our interdisciplinary approach to graduate education and research make us unique. Please stop by our booth and talk with one of our representatives to learn more about our graduate programs, fellowships, summer research internships for undergraduates and much more. Visit our website - www.gradschool.cornell.edu.
DePaul University - Graduate Enrollment
With 12 graduate colleges and schools, DePaul offers more than 100 graduate and doctoral degree programs with graduate studies accounting for 32 percent of the total enrollment. Our graduate programs offer a blend of in-depth study and practical experience, with opportunities to combine disciplines to tailor your education to your unique needs. Our Chicago location provides students with opportunities to gain real-world experience in a major urban setting while studying and working under our distinguished faculty who are renowned and respected for their academic achievements, research success and thought leadership. And, with nearly 176,000 alumni, more than 113,00 in Chicago alone, DePaul's alumni network will stand ready to support you to advance your career.
Duke University - Pratt School of Engineering
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - International & Graduate Admissions
The George Washington University - School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
Georgetown University - Office of Biomedical Graduate Education
Georgetown University is one of the world's leading academic and research institutions, offering a unique educational experience that brings together outstanding scholars committed to the discovery and communication of new knowledge and making a difference in the world. We are a vibrant community of exceptional students, faculty, alumni and professionals engaged in real-world applications of our research and scholarship.
Biomedical Graduate Education is an extension of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the Medical Center. We are dedicated to upholding Georgetown's commitment to fostering an intellectual environment that is responsive to the needs and interests of our students. From basic and clinical sciences to the study of biohazardous threat agents and emerging infectious diseases, we offer a wide variety of master's, Ph.D., dual degree and certificate programs that prepare our students for meaningful academic and professional careers in the field of biomedical sciences.
Georgia Tech - School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers five master's and five doctoral degree programs that serve as the launching points for a wide variety of academic and career destinations.
CEE graduate students choose uniquely challenging paths toward their intended degrees. Most will work within one of six affinity groups, each of which conducts a variety of interdisciplinary research initiatives within the School, across campus, and with other universities around the world. This interdisciplinary approach to research attracts a broad array of corporate, governmental and research foundation support. Students can also gain valuable work experience through graduate assistantships in CEE, the Georgia Tech Cooperative Education Program, and the Georgia Tech Research Institute.
The School has over 50 full-time faculty, more than 400 graduate students, and 30 staff members.
Georgia Tech - School of Building Construction
Our program takes an interdisciplinary and global approach to the development, construction and building management. Our long-standing relationships with industry, alumni and associations devoted to growth and education keep our program tuned in to real-world issues. As part of a Tier-1 research institute, we influence transformative construction research as well as Atlanta, Georgia's global business community.
The Georgia Tech School of Building Construction offers four tracks, or focus areas, of the Master of Science in Building Construction and Facility Management degree. Most graduate courses are taught in the evenings, so students can continue with their professional careers.
- Residential Construction Development
- Facility Management
- Program Management
- Construction Management
Harvard University - Grduate School of Arts & Sciences
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) grants the Harvard PhD in 58 departments and divisions across the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences (including engineering). GSAS also grants a small number of terminal master’s degree in select fields. It is the only school at Harvard to award the PhD degree.
Offerings include 17 interfaculty PhD programs, which bring the arts and sciences together with Harvard’s professional schools (Medicine, Divinity, Education, Public Health, Dental Medicine, Business, Public Policy, Architecture). GSAS offers its PhD students the chance to complete a secondary field in one of 14 areas of study, including computational science and engineering, critical media practice, women, gender and sexuality, and anthropology.
GSAS draws students from a broad range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. It is also host to Harvard’s largest population of international students, from more than 100 countries.
Illinois Institute of Technology, also known as Illinois Tech, is a private, technology-focused, research university offering graduate degrees in engineering, science, architecture, business, design, human sciences, applied technology, and law.
One of 22 institutions that comprise the Association of Independent Technological Universities (AITU), Illinois Tech offers exceptional preparation for professions that require technological sophistication, an innovative mindset, and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Notable alumni include:
* Marty Cooper led the team at Motorola that invented the world's first cellular telephone
* Charles Pierce became the US's first African-American Chemical Engineer
* Valdas Adamkus was the first post-Soviet president of Lithuania; also one of the highest-ranking officials in the US EPA
* Rajeev Chandrasekhar co-invented the original Pentium computer chip, created one of India's largest cell phone companies, currently leads a major venture capital firm
* Ethel Percy Andrus founded AARP and was the first female high school principal in California
The Indiana University, Bloomington Department of Biology is a large, unified department with world-class research spanning the breadth of biological questions and experimental systems — from ecosystems to nanobiology, from evolution to cell and molecular biology to systems biology and bioinformatics. Our biology graduate programs offer opportunities for cutting edge research training in key areas of behavior, biochemistry, cell and developmental biology, ecology, evo-devo, evolution, genetics, genomics, microbiology, molecular biology, and plant biology. First and foremost, our graduate students have the opportunity to become superb researchers in their chosen area of specialization. Our students learn how to plan and critically analyze scientific research, give seminars, write high-quality research papers, and get grants funded. Our degree programs are designed to allow maximum intellectual development and training for a multitude of futures, from university-level research and teaching, to the biotechnology industry, to non-profit environmental work.
Indiana University - Department of Chemistry
Our department provides outstanding opportunities for advanced study in numerous fields of chemistry. Our faculty are involved in cutting edge research and stand at the forefront of the research community. Students leave well prepared for careers in government and industrial research, along with research and teaching positions in the academic field. Our highly skilled professional staff is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art equipment and computer resources.
Indiana University - School of Informatics and Computing/Computer Science
Indiana University - School of Medicine, Graduate Division
The Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM), the largest medical school in the U.S., offers graduate degrees in nine basic medical science disciplines. Ph.D. students enter through our open admission program, the IBMG Program. Students participate in three lab rotations to facilitate their decision to select a research laboratory & degree program. The IUSM also offers: Research-based M.S. degrees in four disciplines & four specialty degrees: Genetic Counseling; Medical Science, Clinical Science & Pathologists' Assistant. M.S. students enter directly into the program they apply to. In addition to the Ph.D. & M.S. programs the IUSM offers a special NIH designated Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) leading to the combined M.D. /Ph.D.
Indiana University - School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis - School of Engineering & Technology
Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI) is a distinctive combination of the best of Indiana’s two major research universities: Purdue University and Indiana University. A degree from the School of Engineering and Technology immediately identifies you as a graduate of one of the country’s premier programs, offering the latest in graduate education and advanced research in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Music Technology, Music Therapy, and Technology including Facilities Management, a 100% online and IFMA-accredited program.
The School of Engineering and Technology offers a wide variety of program options for graduate education to meet individual interests, academic and professional objectives, and career aspirations. Programs of study available include accelerated combined Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs, graduate certificates programs, Master’s degree programs, as well as cooperative Ph.D. programs with Purdue University, West Lafayette.
- M.S in Biomedical Engineering
- Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering
- Combined B.S./M.S. in Electrical & Computer Engineering
- M.S. in Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Ph.D. in Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Combined B.S./M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
- M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
- Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering
- Graduate certificates
- M.S. in Music Technology
- M.S. in Music Therapy
- M.S. in Technology
- Facilities Management (a 100% online and IFMA-accredited program)
- Information Security and Assurance
- Motorsports Technology
- Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Development
Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis - School of Science
Iowa State University - College of Engineering
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
What would you do as an engineering graduate student at Iowa State? Lead innovative research. Create knowledge. Become an expert in your field.
You’ll be working in outstanding facilities to solve important worldwide challenges in areas like bioengineering, materials science, virtual reality and high-performance computing.
And you’ll get to collaborate with top faculty and fellow students at an internationally recognized and ranked College of Engineering equipped with the technology, ingenuity and passion to make a difference.
At Iowa State, the leading edge of innovation is found in fields that transcend the boundaries between traditional engineering disciplines.
Keck Graduate Institute - Graduate Admissions
KGI’s mission is to enrich society with breakthrough approaches to education and translational research in the life sciences. By offering customized curricula and real-world experiences, KGI’s School of Applied Life Sciences and School of Pharmacy prepare students to excel in a wide range of professional endeavors, blending innovative science with sound business practice, and provide training in the safe, efficient, and ethical use of technology and biotechnology for the benefit of society.
Lehigh offers vibrant and multidisciplinary graduate programs that reflect our long legacy of excellence in engineering research and scholarship. Students benefit from a wealth of expertise and facilities that are known for discovery and innovation in key facets of industry and society. Our research capabilities include the largest structural testing facility on the East Coast and one of the premier nano-research centers in the world, as just two examples. At the same time, the Lehigh graduate student experience remains eminently individual, fostering collaborative study and personal connectivity among our community of labs, centers, and institutes. Our faculty is comprised of world-renowned scholars who are committed to teaching and mentoring through the dynamic pursuit of advanced research.
Marquette University - Graduate School
Marquette University has been educating people to be leaders in their professional lives, their communities and in society for more than 130 years. Marquette University's Graduate School offers more than 50 different master’s and doctoral degrees and several certificate and post-master's programs. For a complete listing of program offerings or for additional information, including admission criteria, check us out online at www.marquette.edu/grad.
Marquette’s graduate faculty scholars are at the tops of their fields and respected for funded research in areas ranging from the humanities to the sciences. For more information about our national rankings, check out: http://www.marquette.edu/about/rankings.php.
The MIT booth is happy to discuss graduate programs within the College of Engineering and the MIT Sloan School of Management.
MIT Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) partners with the MIT School of Engineering and MIT Sloan School of Management on an Engineering-MBA dual degree program. The two-year curriculum features research fellowships at elite partner companies. LGO students develop leadership skills for the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, geosciences, energy, high-tech, and global supply chain industries. The combination of advanced engineering and Sloan MBA knowledge makes LGO graduates among the most sought after on the job market. LGO alums lead a variety of product development, global operations, and manufacturing development initiatives at leading companies and entrepreneurial ventures throughout the world.
Medical College of Wisconsin - Graduate School
The Medical College of Wisconsin is the Midwest's premiere private, freestanding research institution. We are consistently ranked in the top third of all NIH-funded colleges/universities, and are #1 in the world as it relates to faculty-to-student ratio according to Times Higher Education.
The MCW Graduate School offers master’s and doctoral degrees, certificate programs and post-doctoral education opportunities, along with the opportunity to train with nationally recognized biomedical and health researchers while contributing to cutting-edge, highly translational medical research and improved public and community health.
The pioneer land-grant university, MSU is a world-class research institution with one of the biggest, greenest campuses in the nation. With nearly 300 graduate programs, MSU excels in interdisciplinary research exploring areas like sustainability, energy, materials, health, family and bioeconomics.
MSU is a great place to live and learn, with more than 11,000 graduate and professional students and a 5,200 acre campus: see a Broadway show, learn to scuba, or cheer as the Spartans compete for a national championship! Lansing is one of Kiplinger’s top 10 cities for young professionals, with diverse entertainment, low living costs, and great jobs. http://www.msu.edu.
Michigan Technological University is committed to delivering a distinctive and rigorous discovery-based learning experience to all students. Its graduate programs span engineering, science, business, and communication disciplines. Graduates from these programs are actively recruited because of their intellectual abilities and practical skills. Students in all graduate programs gain experience using technological innovation to address issues related to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.
The University places a premium on matching the professional and personal interests of prospective graduate students with those of faculty mentors who are experts in their fields. Michigan Tech is large enough to be rich in resources, but small enough to provide a highly personalized graduate education experience.
Missouri University of Science & Technology - Office of Graduate Studies
It's what you can expect at Missouri S&T everyday.
With a broad range of academic program options that include 27 different masters programs and 21 different doctoral programs - Missouri S&T is committed to providing a quality graduate educational experience at all levels. On-campus, off-campus and distance learning programs with a diverse learning community that includes students from more than 55 countries around the world.
As a top public research university we are known for excellence nationally and internationally. Our graduate programs grow in lockstep with our research programs - and our research facilities rank among the best in the country. You'll pursue cutting-edge research with internationally recognized researchers, scholars, and teachers. I encourage you to explore the programs - and then contact us. We love sharing information about the programs that are right for you.
New York University - Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
New York University's Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) is home to 53 programs granting advanced degrees -- including doctorates, master's, and certificates -- and comprises 200 fields of study.
GSAS programs include some of the most highly regarded and ranked programs in the country.
New York University is committed to developing academic across the United States and around the world through its Global Network University. Many graduate students based in New York City have opportunities to study and conduct research abroad in NYU’s global academic sites in Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires,Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Tel Aviv, and Washington, DC., or at NYU portal campuses in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai.
GSAS's has 650 full-time faculty. Among its ranks are Pulitzer Prize winners, MacArthur and Guggenheim Fellows, National Medal of Science, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigators.
New York University - Tandon School of Engineering
Founded in 1854, the NYU Tandon School of Engineering is the second oldest private school in the United States dedicated to the study of science, engineering, and technology. Faculty and alumni from NYU Tandon include Nobel Prize winners, NASA astronauts, chief executives of Fortune 100 companies, and leaders of some of the world’s most prestigious research organizations. NYU Tandon enrolls more than 2,800 graduate students at its Brooklyn, New York campus and online, and offers a Global Fellowship program for engineering PhD students to conduct research at the Abu Dhabi campus of New York University.
North Carolina State University - Engineering Online
North Dakota State University is a leader in academic excellence and competitive research. Students have access to state-of-the-art, technologically advanced research facilities, internationally renowned faculty, and numerous public-private partnerships. Graduate assistantships are available to provide financial support and contribute to professional development. The Graduate School at NDSU offers 51 doctoral degrees, 83 master’s degrees, and 13 certificate programs, providing numerous opportunities for individuals to gain the knowledge and experience necessary to become leaders in their fields. Fargo-Moorhead is one of the largest metropolitan areas between Minneapolis and Seattle, and provides a safe and friendly community, a thriving arts and cultural scene, four seasons of outdoor activities, and a newly refurbished downtown district. With approximately 14,500 total students, roughly 2,100 of whom are graduate students, the campus is large enough to provide an incredible variety of opportunities for students, yet small enough to foster a close-knit community.
Northeastern University - Graduate College of Engineering
Northwestern University - McCormick School of Engineering & Applied Science
The master’s and PhD programs at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering attract graduates from some of the most competitive institutions around the world. We offer PhD programs in 13 disciplines, as well as 20 different full- and part-time master’s degree programs, each tailored for students at different phases of their career. Our community of more than 1,900 graduate students provides an ideal environment for interdisciplinary collaboration: students work with world-class researchers both inside and outside Northwestern, from the Feinberg School of Medicine to Argonne National Laboratory. McCormick is committed to mentoring students for both academia and industry, with many programs offering internship opportunities.
Our students graduate with more than a degree: they enter their careers as whole-brain, collaborative leaders with the creative and analytical problem-solving skills needed to address the world’s most challenging problems.
The Ohio State University - Office of Graduate & Professional Admissions
Penn State University - College of Medicine Graduate Programs
As one of the world’s largest, most respected engineering programs, the College of Engineering at Purdue University offers graduate degrees in the following engineering areas:
- Aeronautics & Astronautics
- Agricultural & Biological
- Electrical & Computer
- Environmental & Ecological
- Engineering Education
The programs consistently rank as the best in the nation. State-of-the-art facilities are available on campus and through collaborations with national laboratories, industry, and other universities in the U.S. and abroad. A comprehensive professional development program allows students to learn and practice the additional skills employers value. Graduates are in demand and accept challenging, rewarding positions in academia, industry, and government agencies worldwide.
Study high energy nuclear physics…develop the newest cancer diagnostic method…become a digital forensic scientist…learn about the biogeochemical cycles of the planet…with the College of Science at Purdue University, you can be on the cutting edge of research, scholarship, and innovation.
More than 1,100 graduate students make up Purdue University’s second largest college. The college includes more than 30 Distinguished Professors and 2 Nobel Laureates; a truly exceptional faculty. At Purdue, you can choose from 7 departments plus interdisciplinary programs, each poised on the leading edge of intellectual breakthrough and societal impact. Enjoy a mentoring relationship with some of the most prolific faculty mentors in the world, and emerge as a thought leader in academia, in government, or in the corporate sector.
Purdue University - Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
The Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at Purdue University is a premier research-intensive department that trains students in many aspects of drug discovery research. On-going research in the Department spans a wide variety of fields from the physical sciences to the biological sciences, but always has a molecular basis and an emphasis on disease or medicine and associated therapeutic approaches. The graduate program offers a diverse range of training experiences that includes molecular mechanisms of drug action; drug target identification, validation and characterization; and drug design, synthesis and evaluation. We produce pharmaceutical scientists who have expertise in research at the chemistry-biology interface and a broad understanding of the drug discovery process. Alumni are currently employed in university academic research departments, regulatory affairs, and administrative roles in the pharmaceutical industry. Individuals are employed in positions at the Centers for Disease Control, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the National Library of Medicine, and at the National Institute of Health.
With over 70 robust programs, Purdue graduate students are engaged in coursework and research that lead to master’s and doctoral degrees in agriculture, health and human sciences, education, engineering, liberal arts, management, pharmacy, science, technology, veterinary medicine, and a variety of exciting interdisciplinary programs.
Our graduate faculty, outstanding leaders and innovators in their research fields, provide exceptional mentoring and educational opportunities for their students. The University is committed to supporting and advancing graduate education to the highest degree.
Combining top-tier research programs with world-class faculty across disciplines, the Office of Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs (OIGP) at Purdue makes it possible for students to pursue master's and Ph.D. programs as unique as they are. The interdisciplinary graduate programs under the OIGP umbrella include:
- African American Studies
- American Studies
- Comparative Literature
- Comparative Medicine
- Computational Life Sciences
- Computational Science and Engineering
- Ecological Sciences and Engineering
- Food Science
- Information Security
- Ingestive Behavior
- Independent Interdisciplinary Graduate Program
- Life Sciences
- Women's Studies
In its 50-year existence, Purdue’s Polytechnic Institute has focused on using technology to improve business, industry and education. The college founders understood the value of placing concepts into practice and designed a curriculum to give students valuable experience with hands-on lessons. As technology has evolved and become more ingrained within society, the programs have expanded to respond to new needs.
The college offers studies in a variety of academic disciplines that encourage collaboration with one another. You can choose from advanced programs in six schools and departments specializing in:
- Aviation Technology: Aviation Management and Operations, and Aeronautical Engineering Technology
- Computer Graphics Technology: Animation, Game Studies, Human Centered Design and Development, Virtual Product Integration, and Web Programming and Design
- Computer and Information Technology: Robotics, Data Analytics, Bioinformatics, Cyber Infrastructure, Information Security, Cyber Learning, and Computational Thinking
- Construction Management Technology: Residential and Building Construction, Demolition and Restoration, Healthcare Construction, and Mechanical and Electrical Construction Management
- Engineering Technology: Electrical, Computer and Mechanical Engineering Technologies
- Technology Leadership and Innovation: Organizational Leadership, Industrial Engineering Technology, Supply Chain Management Technology, Biometrics, Biotechnology Innovation Regulatory Science, and Engineering/Technology Teacher Education.
As the college and University look toward the future - administrators, faculty and staff will work to situate the college as a global leader in both the definition and preparation of technologists who will play a unique role in business, industry as well as society in order to move the college from good to great. For a complete listing of program offerings or for additional information, including admission criteria, check us out online at https://tech.purdue.edu/office-of-academic-affairs/graduate-studies
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Graduate Admissions
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is the nation’s oldest technological research university. Located in the Capital District of New York State, Rensselaer offers a broad range of graduate programs across six schools— Architecture, Engineering, Science, Lally School of Management, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Information Technology & Web Science. Unique programs include interdisciplinary degrees in information technology, the MFA and Ph.D. in Electronic Arts, and extensive opportunities in biotechnology, nanotechnology and energy and the environment.
BioSciences at Rice unites over 30 faculty members engaged in cutting-edge research and outstanding teaching in a wide range of disciplines in the life sciences (http://biosciences.rice.edu). The vibrant and diverse BioSciences faculty provides a rich variety of research opportunities and two distinct doctoral programs in Biochemistry & Cell Biology, and in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology.
Rochester Institute of Technology - Graduate Enrollment Services
Founded in 1829, Rochester Institute of Technology is a privately endowed, coeducational university with nine colleges emphasizing career education and experiential learning. RIT offers 70 graduate programs in Art, Design, Crafts, Photography, Animation, Business, Communications, Service and Hospitality; Education, Psychology, and Human Resources; Science, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics and Imaging Science; Applied Arts & Sciences; Sustainability; Computing and Information Sciences; and Engineering and Technology. Degrees offered include M. Arch., MBA, MFA, MS, MST, ME and Ph.D. Diverse University with students from more than 110 countries. $17 million in scholarships and graduate assistantships was awarded to graduate students last year. 95% graduate students get jobs or pursue additional degrees. Career fairs draw 400+ employers and thousands of students are interviewed on campus annually. The RIT student body consists of approximately 15,400 undergraduate and 3,200 graduate students.
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey - Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
The mission of the Master of Information (MI) program is to enable you to provide professional expertise, leadership and innovation across diverse information and technological landscapes. People-focused, information technology-intensive, data-driven and career-oriented, our Master of Information is your gateway to making a significant contribution to organizational leadership, information management, community and social development in 21st century societies. Our five concentrations include Data Science, Library and Information Science, Archives and Preservation, Technology, Information and Management, and Informatics and Design. Ranked 6th nationally by U.S. News and World Report, and #2 for school library media across the country, our MI program is offered online, on-campus, or in a hybrid capacity.
Saint Louis University - Office of Graduate School Admissions
Saint Louis University offers nearly 100 post-baccalaureate programs, with more than 25 of those programs earning national recognition in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Graduate Schools” edition. Our programs of study lead to a range of academic degrees, including: Master of Arts, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy. In addition, numerous departments offer certificate programs or advanced, dual-degree programs. Saint Louis University is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri.
Stevens Institute of Technology - Graduate Recruitment & Admissions
Stevens Institute of Technology inspires graduate students to solve complex real-world problems by applying cutting-edge technical knowledge and multi-disciplinary insights. Stevens is home to a diverse community of students from across the globe, located in Hoboken, New Jersey, just a 10-minute ride by public transit or ferry to New York City. Stevens offers over 40 master's degree programs and 20 Ph.D. programs in the fields of business, computer science, engineering, science and arts & humanities. Classroom experiences and research opportunities help students advance their careers and master today’s most urgent business, engineering and scientific challenges.
Syracuse University - College of Engineering & Computer Science
Our community of scholars is united in our commitment to the advancement of knowledge. The success of our College and, most importantly, our students stems from a special combination of rigorous thinking, deep knowledge, empathy, responsiveness, creativity, and the agility necessary to span the boundaries of disciplines, job descriptions, and cultures. We are equally committed to education and research and seek to achieve nothing less than a higher quality of life for all by building a safer, healthier, and more sustainable world.
Our College’s four academic departments provide cross- and multi-disciplinary opportunities for students and emphasize student-centered programs and the pursuit of research with global impact.
Texas A&M University - College of Engineering
Texas A&M University - College of Geosciences
Trine University - Graduate School
Tufts University - Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and School of Engineering
Tufts University graduate programs at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering combine the atmosphere of a liberal arts college with the state-of-the-art technological resources of a research institution. World-class researchers, personal mentoring, collaborative laboratory facilities, and industry partnerships equip Tufts students with the skills to excel in their chosen specialties and pursue their careers with passion and commitment.
We offer more than 60 doctoral and master’s degrees across the arts and sciences and engineering, including a number of interdisciplinary degrees and partnerships with other universities. Our certificate programs provide flexibility and an opportunity to expand your skills and career opportunities.
The University of Alabama - Graduate School
The University of Alabama is committed to academic excellence and to expanding opportunities to students from a diverse array of cultures. As one of the nation’s fastest growing and most dynamic Top 50 National Public Universities, The University of Alabama offers over 150 master’s, doctoral, specialist, and professional programs. Many of these programs offer generous assistantship and fellowship opportunities, that not only make graduate education affordable but also provide valuable professional training.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville is one of the nation's premier research universities, offering a challenging hands-on curriculum that ensures our graduates are prepared to become tomorrow's leaders. As a Tier 1 research university, we have more than a dozen research centers, as well as numerous labs and facilities, to allow our students real-world experience in the field of their choosing. But unlike many other, larger research universities, at UAH you won't get lost in the crowd. Our small class sizes and low faculty-to-student ratio ensure personalized attention.
UAH's beautiful 432-acre campus is in the heart of Huntsville, Alabama, also known as the Rocket City, and has all the perks of nearby big cities like Nashville and Atlanta but with less traffic and a lower cost of living.
Come join us! You belong at UAH!
University of Arizona - Graduate College
The University of Arizona is one of the nation's top 20 public research institutions, enabling you to work with leading researchers and providing an ideal environment for advanced study. We place high priority on interdisciplinary studies, intellectual and cultural diversity, and international exchange. So, whether you’re interested in the environment or climate change, cutting-edge physical and life sciences, choral conducting, entrepreneurship, links between human evolution and climate, developing the next generation of broadband wireless technology, sustainable development practice, or health issues in American Indian communities, the University of Arizona is a place of discovery. Explore our graduate programs at https://grad.arizona.edu/futurestudents/graduate-programs.
University at Buffalo (SUNY) - School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
The University at Buffalo (SUNY) offers degrees in all major fields of engineering through the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Students may pursue master’s and doctoral degrees in the departments of biomedical engineering; chemical and biological engineering; civil, structural, and environmental engineering; computer science and engineering; electrical engineering; industrial and systems engineering; materials design and innovation and mechanical and aerospace engineering. In the top 15 percent of the nation’s 300 engineering schools, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers a wide variety of excellent instruction, research opportunities, resources, and facilities to its students.
University at Buffalo (SUNY) - PhD Program in Biomedical Sciences
The one-year Master of Engineering program at UC Berkeley strives to develop leaders who are able to draw equally on their managerial and technical strengths, as they tackle major technological challenges and create innovative solutions in real-world settings.
Berkeley's Master of Engineering Degree Highlights:
- 1 year innovative curriculum merging technology with management
- Team-orientated cohort experience
- Unique real-world capstone industry projects with companies like NASA, NetApp, Siemens, Samsung, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, and more
- Dedicated career services staff to guide you through your job search
- World-class Berkeley Engineering faculty & research facilities
- Beautiful San Francisco Bay Area setting & Silicon Valley entrepreneurial culture
At UC Davis, we are more than just a campus. Our graduate students and faculty are a strong community awash in boundless curiosity, collaborative spirit and rich diversity.
Our reputation and rankings tell our story best. Our graduate programs and UC Davis rank among the top in the nation. We are a research giant, a global leader in sustainability, and we address real-world challenges. We are regularly at the top of the list when industries and the media need advice on complex and urgent situations affecting our world and beyond.
In addition to our generous academic offerings, our community is abundantly alive with on- and off-campus activities. Whether you would like to ski in the Sierras, visit the wine country, or explore the beauty of the California coast, the city of Davis and its neighboring cities have it all.
University of California, Irvine - Henry Samueli School of Engineering
The Samueli School of Engineering is one of the nation’s fastest growing engineering schools, attracting talented faculty and students from across the nation and around the world. The Samueli School is comprised of five academic departments: biomedical engineering, chemical engineering and materials science, civil and environmental engineering, electrical engineering and computer science, and mechanical and aerospace engineering. With more than 295,000 assignable square feet of research facilities, and a state-of-the-art computational infrastructure, the Samueli School is also home to or affiliated with numerous interdisciplinary centers, facilities, institutes and laboratories.
The Samueli School distinguishes itself with a strong emphasis on cross-disciplinary research and educational opportunities, and provides a stimulating environment for individuals interested in the application of science and the development of new technology for the benefit of society. The Samueli School’s faculty generate the latest knowledge in areas that offer high-growth potential, including nanoscale technology, biomedical engineering, information technology, energy efficiency, transportation and prosthetics.
The University of Chicago - Graduate Enrollment Initiatives
Founded in 1996 by an exceptional team of educators, the University of Chicago’s Financial Mathematics Program has had the honor of shaping some of the brightest minds in the financial industry today. A pioneer in its field, our Program offers 15 months of accelerated, integrated coursework that explores the deep-rooted relationship that exists between theoretical and applied mathematics and the ever-evolving world of finance. Our mission is to equip our students with a solid foundation in mathematics, and in doing so provide them with practical knowledge that they can successfully apply to complicated financial models. Our students become leaders in their field; program alumni have gone forth to find success at companies like JP Morgan, UBS, and Goldman Sachs.
University of Cincinnati - Graduate School
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Engineering Graduate Programs
As one of the world's top ranked engineering programs, our students, faculty, and alumni set the standard for excellence. We drive the economy, re-imagine engineering education, and bring revolutionary ideas to the world. We solve the world's greatest challenges. We look toward the future and find ways to make it a reality. We do the impossible every day. Join Engineering at Illinois Graduate Programs and together we can change the future of engineering!
The 12 Engineering Department at Illinois offer graduate programs in the following areas: Professional Master’s (online and on campus), Master’s with thesis, and PhD.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Graduate Admissions
This four-year fellowship is for exceptional students who intend to pursue a doctorate in business, economics, engineering, mathematics, biomedical, pharmaceutical, and physical sciences.
Self Graduate Fellows will receive:
- $30,500/year for four years
- Full coverage of tuition and fees
- A unique professional development program
- A $5,000 professional development award to support travel to conferences
- Payment of the employer’s share of student health insurance
The total value of this fellowship exceeds $165,000.
University of Kentucky - College of Engineering
At the University of Kentucky College of Engineering, we offer exceptional graduate students the opportunity to:
- Study in one of 10 MS and PhD programs in engineering and computer science including an on-line MS in Manufacturing Systems.
- Pursue cutting edge interdisciplinary research by collaborating across colleges.
- Enjoy access to a major medical center featuring six health sciences colleges and a full spectrum of academic colleges on a single campus.
- Learn from a diverse faculty internationally recognized for research excellence.
- Live in Lexington, a city ranked in the top 10 nationally for:
- Best Places to Live for 20-Somethings
- Most Affordable Big City in America
- America's Top High-Tech Hotspots
- Best Large City to Start a Business
Stop by our booth to learn about the many opportunities awaiting you at the UK College of Engineering or visit our website: www.engr.uky.edu.
The Pharmaceutical Sciences Ph.D. program is a multidisciplinary program designed to prepare individuals for academic, industrial, or government careers in pharmaceutical and biomedical research. The program encompasses research in areas ranging from identifying fundamental mechanisms of human disease, to design, development and formulation of new medicines, to understanding the impact of drug policies on health care systems. Within this broad scientific framework, students develop individually tailored programs of study to meet their particular research interests and career objectives. The Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Engineering Track focuses on drug formulation, development and delivery. Areas of emphasis include application of physical, organic, and analytical chemistry to solve pharmaceutical problems; the design, development, and optimization of dosage forms for small and large molecules; and fundamental research into materials science and nanotechnology to advance drug delivery systems design. Collaborations with the College of Engineering provide additional opportunities for a combined pharmaceutical and engineering research program.
The University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering is a premier program, ranked among the top 20 in the world. Located just a few miles from Washington, D.C., the Clark School is at the center of a constellation of high-tech companies and federal laboratories, offering students and faculty access to unique professional opportunities.
Our broad spectrum of academic programs, including the world’s only accredited undergraduate fire protection engineering program, is complemented by a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem, early hands-on educational experiences, and participation in national and international competitions.
The Clark School is leading research advancements in aerospace, bioengineering, robotics, nanotechnology, disaster resilience, energy and sustainability, and cybersecurity. From the Universal Product Code to satellite radio, SMS text messaging to the implantable insulin pump, our students, faculty, and alumni are engineering life-changing innovations for millions.
The University of Michigan’s graduate programs in engineering are consistently rated among the top in the nation, and its researchers are internationally recognized. Each year the College of Engineering awards more than 1,300 master’s and doctoral degrees from among 16 major departments and programs. We are dedicated to meeting the diverse needs of our students, and we are proud to provide excellent facilities, as well as outstanding staff, faculty and graduate students who are eager to welcome and work with you while you are here.
- Ph.D. students are fully-funded
- Alumni are available to provide mentoring
- Professional development and social activities are offered throughout the year
University of Michigan - Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
University of Michigan - Pharmaceutical Sciences
The University of Michigan - College of Pharmacy offers graduate (Ph.D.) degrees in Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Graduate students in Medicinal Chemistry are trained in research pertaining to drug discovery and drug design while those in Pharmaceutical Sciences are focused on the study of drug transport and drug delivery systems. Students with interests in obtaining clinical training with regard to the practice of pharmacy are encouraged to consider the PharmD. The University of Michigan - Pharm.D. program provides students with opportunities for patient contact and clinical experience throughout the four years of study. The educational training and exposure provided through the program prepares students for a broad range of career opportunities upon graduation. Summer undergraduate research opportunities are available through the Interdisciplinary REU Program. For further information, please contact: Cherie R. Dotson, Ph.D. Student Affairs Program Manager for Graduate Student Recruitment and Outreach University of Michigan – College of Pharmacy.
University of Michigan - School of Natural Resources and Environment
University of Minnesota - Graduate Admissions
University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Office of Graduate Studies
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is the first doctoral-granting graduate college West of the Mississippi River. It is listed by the Carnegie Foundation within the “Research Universities (very high research activity)” category. As a member of the CIC, Big 10 and the APLU, the University is dedicated to recruiting a diverse, dedicated group of graduate scholars. In 2013 UNL had over $266 million in research expenditures. The UNL College of Engineering is part of this commitment to bringing bright and innovative graduate students from diverse populations to Lincoln. Our faculty receive funding from such corporate and governmental agencies as the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Indy Racing League, U.S. Geological Survey, Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Railroad Administration, National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the National Cooperative Highway Research Program.
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs in Biomedical Sciences
University of Notre Dame - Graduate School
The University of Notre Dame is renowned worldwide for academic excellence, and gifted students from around the globe join us to be part of our vibrant intellectual community. We are committed to fully funding all doctoral-degree seeking students and many masters-degree seeking students. We believe that our voice is best heard through the success of those we train at the highest level to become the academic and professional leaders of tomorrow. To that end, we work in concert with a world-class faculty across a variety of disciplines to mentor and develop our students by engaging them in meaningful research and other professional activities. If you would like more information, please feel free to contact the director of graduate studies in your prospective department of interest. If you would like to browse our Web site or apply on-line, visit us at http://graduateschool.nd.edu.
University of Southern California - Viterbi School of Engineering
The University of Southern California (USC) is one of the world’s leading private research universities. Located in the heart of Los Angeles, USC offers extensive opportunities for interdisciplinary study and research. The Viterbi School of Engineering, ranked in the top graduate engineering schools by U.S. News & World Report, offers over 60 programs in a broad range of disciplines in engineering and computer science.
The University of Texas at Austin - The Graduate School
We say that at The University of Texas at Austin we transform lives. The University of Texas is a leading public research institution with a breadth and depth of resources for graduate students in its 94 doctoral and 134 master's degree programs. More than 42 UT Austin graduate programs are ranked in the top 10 nationally, and an additional 53 are ranked in the top 25. We believe students who are accepted to our programs make significant contributions to the university community and the world beyond.
The University of Texas at San Antonio - The Graduate School
UTSA is an emerging research-one university and one of the fastest-growing public universities in Texas. Our top-tier university currently offers over 100 graduate programs across our 7 colleges: College of Architecture, Construction and Planning, College of Business, College of Education and Human Development, College of Engineering, College of Liberal and Fine Arts, College of Public Policy, and College of Sciences.
Excellence, innovation, and diversity are abundant at our University. A prime example of this is UTSA’s recent ranking as one of the best young universities in the nation by Times Higher Education. UTSA has also been recognized as a Global Leader and highly ranked the best University for Veterans by Military Times and “Best of the Best” U.S. universities for Hispanics, African Americans and Females by the Hispanic Network Magazine.
University of Texas-Southwestern - Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
UT Southwestern graduate students work with internationally recognized research leaders who are making groundbreaking discoveries in answering the fundamental questions about human life. From discovering how cells regulate cholesterol to solving the molecular structure of the complex that turns light into chemical energy, graduate faculty are making discoveries through diverse research initiatives. UT Southwestern’s faculty includes: 6 Nobel Laureates, 23 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 17 members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and 13 members of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Solving complex health challenges requires a cross-disciplinary research environment, which is embraced at UT Southwestern. The graduate school has a strong tradition of collaboration among laboratories that provides students access to expertise and techniques, as well as training, beyond those available in their home research laboratory. This includes access to our more than 20 core facilities.
The University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee offers more than 90 graduate degrees. We combine our faculty expertise with the professional connections that are possible only in the career, research and cultural capital of the Wisconsin. Our alumni lead in key fields, and they tell us what skills new graduates need to succeed in laboratories, lecture halls, board rooms, classrooms and beyond.
Valparaiso University - Graduate School
The Graduate School at Valparaiso University offers more than two dozen graduate degree programs that are fully integrated into academic departments in three Colleges: Arts & Sciences, Business, and Nursing and Health Professions. Many programs, like education, psychology, nursing, and business, are nationally accredited. We offer unique interdisciplinary degrees that can be customized to your interests and career goals.
Van Andel Institute - Graduate School
Van Andel Institute Graduate School (VAIGS) trains today’s students to be tomorrow’s scientific leaders through an innovative, scientifically rigorous and inquiry-based Ph.D. program in cell and molecular genetics. Housed within Van Andel Research Institute, a world-class biomedical research organization based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Graduate School offers students an exceptional scientific education, mentorship by experienced faculty members and exposure to the full spectrum of research, from basic research in the lab to translation to the clinic.
Vanderbilt University - Department of Chemistry
Vanderbilt University - Graduate Programs in Biomedical Sciences
Vanderbilt has two umbrella biomedical graduate programs:
- The Interdisciplinary Graduate Program (IGP) is a leading integrative biomedical graduate program, designed to foster well-rounded science leaders. This program is a union of 11 different departments focused on the molecular-level of biomedical sciences, stretching from Cancer Biology, to Microbiology & Immunology, to Neuroscience. While exploring these fields, our students learn how to be creative and analytical thinkers, geared to tackle the quickly evolving world of research and technology.
- The Quantitative and Chemical Biology (QCB) program is a multidisciplinary program introducing elements of biology to students who wish to pursue research at the interface of the chemical, physical, and biological sciences. As a union of 16 departments from Math to Chemistry to Biomedical Engineering, the curriculum prepares students to apply their quantitative background to in any area of biomedical research.
Vanderbilt University - School of Engineering
Vanderbilt University, located in Nashville, Tennessee, is one of the most highly respected, engaging universities and research institutions in the world. The School of Engineering’s graduate programs emphasize innovative, rigorous multidisciplinary study and in-depth instruction with strong partnerships internally, nationally and globally. Engineering faculty and students share their expertise across multiple disciplines to address specific research initiatives that characterize the School's commitment to help solve real-world challenges with worldwide impact. We are directly addressing these initiatives with Vanderbilt colleagues and those from around the world, focusing on supplying reliable energy, managing natural resources, providing effective security, improving health care and creating new and better forms of entertainment. You can expect to enjoy the richness of collaboration and long-term relationships as part of a world-class research institution, but with the intimacy and faculty contact of a private university.
Virginia Tech - College of Engineering
Graduate programs within the Virginia Tech College of Engineering:
- Biomedical Engineering
- Aerospace Engineering
- Biological Systems Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science & Applications
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Education
- Engineering Mechanics
- Environmental Engineering
- Environmental Sciences and Engineering
- Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mining Engineering
- Ocean Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering
- Myers-Lawson School of Construction
Virginia Tech - Plant Sciences
The core mission of Department of Plant Pathology, Physiology and Weed Science (PPWS) is to optimize plant productivity and quality by limiting the impact of biotic and abiotic stresses on the profitability of crops and other plant enterprises, as well as the impact of these stresses on natural and agricultural ecosystems. The Department offers a Ph.D. degree in several areas of concentration within the department: plant pathology, the study of diseases, plant pathogens and their management; plant physiology, the study of plant function, growth and development and response to environmental stresses; weed science, the study of weed biology, ecology and management; and molecular plant sciences, basic biology, biochemistry and genetics of plant and plant pathogen systems. At the master's level, PPWS students participate in the M.S. program in Life Sciences, which also allows flexibility among the different options. Finally, the Department participates actively in several interdepartmental programs such as the Molecular Cell Biology and Biotechnology Program, Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology program, the Molecular Plant Sciences program, and numerous international programs.
Translational Plant Sciences Doctoral Program - Virginia Tech’s Translational Plant Sciences graduate program allows students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. degree in this discipline to work in a wide variety of research areas ranging from plant genomics to disease resistance, metabolic engineering, bioproduction and bioprocessing, and forest biotechnology. Led by several of the nation's leading experts on plant development and metabolism, this cross-disciplinary program uses molecular approaches to understand how plants grow and interact with their environments
Washington Unviersity in St. Louis - School of Engineering & Applied Science
Washington University is a place where you can push the boundaries of what it means to learn. We are enriched by wide-ranging exploration and inspired by big ideas as we create new knowledge for an ever-changing world. WashU is a world leader in research and education. Our engineering programs provide the opportunity for graduate students to work across the university's top programs - many in the U.S. News & World Report top 25, including the School of Medicine (No. 6), Brown School of Social Work (No. 2), and Biomedical Engineering (No. 14). From cyber security, construction and engineering management, to computer, aerospace and electrical engineering, WashU Engineering is where you will become a leader in your field of study.
The Master of Science in Biostatistics program is housed in the Division of Biostatistics at Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, one of the premier medical research institutions in the nation. This 18-month, 42 credit hour program is designed to train students as critical thinkers and analysts in the discipline of biostatistics. Students choose between a traditional Biostatistics or Statistical Genetics pathway and are immersed in hands-on learning to acquire skills in areas such as statistical programming, genetic epidemiology, bioinformatics and study design.
Students will enroll in an internship having an opportunity to work with an innovative and world renowned research center on campus. In addition to building relationships with distinguished faculty, students will also interact and learn from established analysts at Washington University outside of the biostatistics division including opportunities through research assistantships.
The university is located in St. Louis, Missouri, an affordable and fun Midwest city.
Established in 1933, the College of Engineering draws strength from the region’s robust engineering culture, providing students and faculty unrivaled connections to industry and the latest research and technology. Wayne State’s setting in Midtown Detroit presents students with unique experiential learning opportunities alongside industry partners, employers and community leaders located right down the street. Prominent research areas focused on teamwork and partnerships with industry include automotive engineering and safety, big data and business analytics, bioinformatics and computational biology, electric-drive vehicle engineering, environmental infrastructures and transportation engineering, health care and biomedical engineering, nanotechnology, smart manufacturing and advanced materials, and sustainable engineering. Visit our table and website to learn more about our engineering and computer science graduate programs.
West Virginia University - Office of Graduate Admissions & Recruitment
When you pursue your graduate education at West Virginia University's Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, you are choosing a path that will lead you to research-based or specialty training opportunities that can make you a top choice for future employers.
With more than 170 faculty members in 16 different engineering/computer science disciplines, our 700 graduate-level students are gaining cross-disciplinary research experience working with peers across the University, around the world, and in both the public and private sectors.
In recent years, we have consistently been ranked by the National Science Foundation in the top 75 universities for research expenditures, and more than 85 percent of our students have a graduate assistantship where they receive funding and a waiver of University tuition. Additional funding opportunities exist for our graduate students in the form of fellowships and scholarships.
Worchester Polytechnic Institute - Graduate Admissions
A leader in science, engineering, and business, Worcester Polytechnic Institute anticipated some of the latest trends in higher education by nearly two generations.
WPI’s founding principle of balancing theory with practice underlies a project-based, experiential curriculum that prepares students to solve important problems through interdisciplinary study and applied research.
The Institute’s long-standing partnerships with biotechnology, IT, and manufacturing concerns have enabled it to answer recent national initiatives that call for new professional graduate programs in science and engineering.
Through their collaborative work and creative approaches to problem-solving, faculty and students at WPI will continue to make breakthroughs that improve the quality of our lives.
WPI offers the following programs:
Master of Science:
Applied Mathematics, Applied Statistics, Biochemistry, Biology & Biotechnology, Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, Biomedical Engineering. Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Construction Project Management, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Financial Mathematics, Fire Protection Engineering, Industrial Mathematics, Information Technology, Learning Sciences and Technologies, Manufacturing Engineering, Marketing & Technological Innovation, Materials Process Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Operations Design and Leadership, Physics, System Dynamics, Systems Engineering, Robotics Engineering
Master of Engineering:
Biomedical Engineering, Clinical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Master Builder Program
Master of Business (MBA)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D):
Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mathematical Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Robotics Engineering, Social Science
Duke University - Fuqua School of Business
Indiana University - Mauer School of Law
Northwestern University - Pritzker School of Law, Master of Science in Law
Purdue University - Krannert School of Management, Master's Office
Purdue University - Online Engineering Graduate Programs
Consistently ranked in the top ten programs by U.S. News and World Report, our online master’s in engineering offer you Purdue prestige with the flexibility working professionals need to complete their studies. As an online student, you will learn from the same accomplished faculty who teach our on-campus programs. With our online degree options you will distinguish yourself in the field through innovative offerings expanding the depth and breadth of your current skills as an engineer. Innovative options like our Interdisciplinary MSE and dual MSE-MBA programs maximize your plan of study choices.
Purdue University - Polytechnic Professional Programs
The Purdue University - Polytechnic Professional Programs feature online and weekend graduate programs designed for working professionals including MS degrees in Aviation Management, Biotechnology, IT Project Management, IT Business Analysis, Leadership and more.
SMU Cox School of Business - MBA Admissions
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign - School of Labor & Employment Relations
The School of Labor and Employment Relations at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is a top program in Human Resources and Employment Relations. We have a Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations (MHRIR) and PhD program with coursework in HR and Labor Relations. The 48 hour MHRIR program is completed in three semesters. Our graduates are hired by top companies for their HR/IR talent and this year our placement was 98% by graduation. Students with a STEM background are highly sought after by our top employers, including Boeing, Raytheon, Amgen, McKesson, General Electric AbbVie and Honeywell. The average starting salary for 2015-16 was $77,310. For more information please check out our website at www.ler.illinois.edu or contact Assistant Dean Becky Barker at email@example.com or 217-333-2381.