Graduate Programs at our Campuses

Purdue University administers its largest and most comprehensive campus in West Lafayette, Indiana, home to the Purdue University Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars (OGSPS). The OGSPS offers more than 160 graduate programs on the West Lafayette campus and the Purdue University in Indianapolis urban location and nearly 80 additional programs on its regional campuses.

Having trouble narrowing your path to one selection? When applying to the Purdue graduate studies, you will have an opportunity to apply for two different campuses and/or majors with a single application and fee payment. You will also be able to rank your graduate program selections by 1st and 2nd choice.

For information about Purdue's program options in your area of interest, please review the appropriate campus below.

Main Campus

Purdue West Lafayette campus fountain

West Lafayette Campus

Purdue University's oldest and largest campus with approximately 40,000 students is located in West Lafayette, Indiana. Students may also study at Purdue University in Indianapolis which extends Purdue’s mission with a first-of-its-kind Hard-Tech Corridor between West Lafayette and Indianapolis.

Regional Campuses

Purdue Fort Wayne campus

Purdue University Fort Wayne

Purdue University Fort Wayne, located in Northeast Indiana in Fort Wayne, offers graduate study for Purdue University master's degrees and certificate programs.

Purdue Northwest

Purdue Northwest

Purdue Northwest, with campus locations in Hammond and Westville, offers graduate studies in the near-Chicago northwestern region of Indiana.

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