Attending Institutions

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.

Einstein  Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Graduate Division of Biomedical Sciences

"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, Clinical Investigation, Genetics, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Neuroscience, Stem Cell Biology, Systems Biology, Epidemiology, Virology and more! All PhD and MD/PhD students receive tuition remission, stipend, and subsidized housing. For juniors, there is a comprehensive Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP).

asuengr  Arizona State University - Fulton Schools of Engineering

As the largest engineering school in the United States, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University offer more than 40 master's and doctoral degree programs. Our students and faculty conduct research in state-of-the-art facilities that are critical to enabling breakthroughs. We lead major national and international programs, including two National Science Foundation Engineering Research Centers, and have a unique reputation for being able to tackle complex topics, work across disciplines, and deliver impactful solutions. Stop by our table to talk with one of our representatives, and visit our website at

AUGrad   Auburn University - Graduate School

Greetings from Auburn University! We would like to invite you to visit us at the upcoming Graduate School Expo. With 400 graduate program options offered at Auburn, your program of interest is most likely available! You can see all of our program offerings in the pull-down list in our Request Information portal on our website at In any case, we hope to see you at our table on Monday October 1st; I'll have interesting give-aways, so come early!

Best Regards and War Eagle!

Auburn University - Harrison School of Pharmacy

Auburn University, chartered in 1856, is located in Auburn, Alabama. For more than 150 years, Auburn has evolved into a premier comprehensive university. The University has a unique role among the State’s higher education institutions in that its mission involves three interrelated components: instruction, research, and extension. The University is recognized for providing quality instruction that is economically accessible for students. Founded in 1885, Auburn University's pharmacy program ranks among the top 25 in the country. The Harrison School of Pharmacy offers the Doctor of Pharmacy degree, as well as graduate degrees in Pharmaceutical Sciences. The School has campuses both in Auburn and in Mobile, Alabama. The Mobile campus, created in 2006, is housed within the University of South Alabama Research Park and is a collaborative venture with USA.

The Auburn Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree program is a four-year course of study that requires the completion of the pre-pharmacy curriculum prior to enrollment. The curriculum is designed to facilitate the development of those abilities necessary for entry-level practitioners in various practice settings.

The Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy offers interdisciplinary M.S. and Ph.D degree programs in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Those pursuing one of these degrees must select one of four curricular options: 1) Medicinal Chemistry, 2) Pharmaceutics, 3) Pharmacology, or 4) Health Outcomes Research and Policy. The Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutics and Pharmacology options are designed for students interested in the drug discovery or development processes, and are affiliated with the Department of Drug Discovery and Development.

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Baylor College of Medicine - Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

The Baylor College of Medicine Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offers 7 Ph.D. programs. Our goal is to prepare our graduates to attain positions of leadership in education, research, and the community of science locally and globally. As a graduate school within a leading medical school, students receive rigorous scientific training in basic, translational and clinical sciences while maintaining a focus on how discoveries impact human health. Our students learn from and work side-by-side with scientists who are leaders in their fields of study. Our vast, multi-disciplinary research enterprise fosters collaboration and interactions among faculty and trainees to bring diverse perspectives to bear on the most pressing questions in biomedical sciences leading to innovation and resulting in significant impact on human health. 

Baylor University - Graduate School
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Carnegie Mellon University - Integrated Innovation Institute

Carnegie Mellon University's Integrated Innovation Institute breaks down the silos that impede innovation. Through our master's programs, we cross-train students in the disciplines of engineering, design, and business, empowering them to build impactful solutions and create value for real people.

Over our 30-year history, we have imparted to students a tried-and-true methodology to innovating products and services. Through dynamic projects and research, students learn to create solutions that: function effectively with the right technologies (engineering); improve the lives of individuals (design); and create economic value in the marketplace (business).

For more information about our graduate programs, visit our website:
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Carnegie Mellon University - Master of Science in Computational Finance
Case Western Reserve University - Master of Engineering & Management

The interdisciplinary, joint degree program combines the problem-solving rigor of the Case School of Engineering and the organizational insight of the Weatherhead School of Management in a 12-month, lock-step curriculum taken on campus that is focused on delivering the high impact talent companies are actively seeking. Most students describe our program as transformational and a significant investment in accelerating their career. Our students seek careers in consulting, project management, business development, technical sales, supply chain management and more.

Clarkson   Clarkson University - Enrollment Management

At Clarkson, innovation is impact. Students who choose Clarkson for graduate and professional programs come here with purpose: to advance knowledge, to explore ideas that propel society, and to build meaningful careers. Through world-relevant curriculum and engagement with leaders in industry, business, and education, you will be prepared to make sense of complex systems, forge connections across people and fields, and find creative solutions to some of today's most vexing challenges. You will deepen your knowledge base to accelerate your ideas into great products and lead organizations that have impact.

Clemson University - College of Engineering & Science
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. Research Areas: Genetics & Genomics; Molecular Biology & Cancer; Neuroscience; Plant Biology; and Quantitative Biology.

Features of the Program include: 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; and two-tier mentoring and scheduled thesis committee meetings.

For more information, visit the program website at

COMines  Colorado School of Mines - Office of Graduate Studies

With a focus on responsible stewardship of the Earth, Colorado School of Mines places particular emphasis on those fields related to the discovery, production and utilization of resources needed to improve the quality of life of the world's inhabitants and to sustain the earth system upon which all life and development depend. Mines is devoted to creating an engineering and technology focused learning community that provides students with perspectives informed by business, entrepreneurship, the humanities and social sciences' perspectives that also enhance students understanding of themselves and their role in contemporary society.

Columbia University - School of Engineering & Applied Science

Columbia University Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science in New York City offers graduate programs in applied physics, applied mathematics, biomedical engineering, business analytics, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, construction engineering management, data science, Earth and environmental engineering, electrical engineering, engineering mechanics, financial engineering, industrial engineering, management science and engineering, materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering, medical physics, operations research, and solid state science and engineering . Distance education, MS/MBA, dual MS in Computer Science and Journalism programs are available. M.S. programs can be pursued full- or part-time and Ph.D. programs require full-time enrollment. 

Cornell Tech - Admissions

Cornell Tech brings together faculty, business leaders, tech entrepreneurs and students in a catalytic environment to produce visionary results grounded in significant needs that will reinvent the way we live in the digital age.

At Cornell Tech, students across programs learn and work side by side, spending one-third of their experience working together on a studio-based core curriculum. They collaborate with the tech industry and postdoc-level researchers to build startup companies and new products. By bringing these talents together at the start, there is enormous potential for better, more impactful, and ultimately more successful companies and products.

Our master's programs include:
- Master in Computer Science
- Master in Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Master in Operations Research and Information Engineering
- Technion-Cornell Dual Master's Degrees in Connective Media
- Technion-Cornell Dual Master's Degrees in Health Tech
- Johnson Cornell Tech MBA
- Master of Laws in Law, Technology 

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 at

Cornell University - Systems Engineering

As a Systems Engineer you seek to diversify and take a holistic view of engineering. You are able to tackle complexity and uncertainty in various assignments. You want to innovate, and trade-off so that your choices are always the best. You see yourself as a successful project manager of interdisciplinary projects.

The Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering is for students seeking to specialize in Systems Engineering. Every year students from varied backgrounds opt to pursue this program. There is great flexibility for students to choose electives that align with their interests and goals. The core Systems Engineering courses are continuously evolving to accommodate industry expectations, student needs, and to maintain the interdisciplinary flavor which forms the very basis of this program.

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Dartmouth College - Quantitative Biomedical Sciences
Duke University - Pratt School of Engineering
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Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Graduate Enrollment

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is the world's oldest, largest, and most prestigious university specializing in aviation and aerospace. It is the only fully accredited, aviation-oriented university in the world. We are an independent, nonprofit, nonsectarian, coeducational university serving culturally diverse students seeking careers in aviation, aerospace, business, engineering, and related fields. Our graduate programs are offered at residential campuses in Prescott, Arizona and Daytona Beach, Florida; and through our options around the world and Online.

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GWSEAS   The George Washington University - School of Engineering & Applied Science

The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science (GW SEAS) is one of the leading research institutions in the nation. Located in the heart of Washington, DC, GW SEAS is home to more than 90 tenured and tenure-track faculty members, houses 11 research centers and institutes and over 55 research facilities and laboratories in 30 research fields. GW SEAS offers a breadth of expertise in engineering and computer science fields by offering bachelors, masters and doctoral degree programs along with graduate certificates in six academic departments including: Biomedical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Engineering Management & Systems Engineering and Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. GW SEAS attracts a wide range of students, faculty and staff from around the world with a wealth of viewpoints, perspectives and experiences. Understanding and celebrating these differences strengthens our community and allows us to move the world forward.

Georgetown University - 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. 

Georgetown University - Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, at nearly 200 years old, offers a wide variety of doctoral, master's and certificate programs encompassing both traditional and interdisciplinary studies. Whether you're interested in pursuing doctoral research in Government or Neuroscience, or exploring top-ranking master's programs such as Foreign Service or Public Policy, you are sure to find unique opportunities in our graduate community.

GTSBC   Georgia Tech - School of Building Construction

While the Georgia Tech School of Building Construction certainly understands how to build buildings, we see the job as so much more. Where others might look at efficiency studies and forecasting methods and see a wall of numbers, we see how lives are changed by the built environment. Whether we're using drones to perform safety inspections or developing new models to predict investment values, we are creating the next generation of sustainable, cost-effective construction practices. We address entire life cycles of building projects, from site selection through architectural design, engineering, financing, facilities management, sustainability, and energy/resource footprint to eventual renovation or demolition. We work across multiple disciplines to ensure that building projects address the needs of their society, the environment, and the economy.

Our signature graduate programs include:

  • Master of Science in Building Construction and Facility Management (MSBCFM)
  • Master of Real Estate Development (MRED)
  • Professional Master's in Occupational Safety and Health (PMOSH)
  • Doctor of Philosophy with a Major in Building Construction (Ph.D.)
Georgia Tech - College of Engineering
Georgia Tech - Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Harvard University - Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
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Ichan   Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

At the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, we are deeply invested in cultivating the next generation of scientists and health professionals who make a profound impact on human health, locally and globally.

The Graduate School is uniquely positioned within Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, an international leader in medical and scientific training, biomedical research, and patient care. It is the medical school for the expansive Sinai Health System, which includes seven hospital campuses, and has more than 5,000 faculty and nearly 2,000 students, residents and fellows. We are a preeminent graduate school and research center known for transformative research and innovative education.

Illinois Institute of Technology - Graduate Admissions

Illinois Tech is a private, technology-focused, research institution offering degrees in engineering, science, architecture, business, design, human sciences, applied technology, and law. 

IU Arts.Sciences   Indiana University - College of Arts & Sciences

Indiana University, Bloomington is the flagship campus of nine campuses located throughout the State of Indiana. With nearly 50,000 students, IU offers state-of-the-art graduate research in a wide range of disciplines at both the master's and the doctoral levels. Indiana University programs are some of the top-ranked programs in the nation, and our graduates go on to successful careers all over the world.

Indiana University - Cybersecurity Risk Management

The Cybersecurity Risk Management degree is a 30 credit hour master of science that can be completed in a hybrid format (both on-campus courses in Bloomington and online courses) or 100% online. Students must take six credits from each of the partner schools: Kelley School of Business, Maurer School of Law, and School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering plus the cybersecurity capstone. Students select nine credits of electives from any/all of the partner schools to total the 30 credits required for degree conferral. If enrolled full-time, the degree can be completed in one year, but students have up to five [consecutive] academic years to satisfy degree requirements. The degree is conferred by the IU Graduate School.

Indiana University - Department of Chemistry
Indiana University - School of Informatics, Computing & Engineering
Indiana University - School of Medicine, Graduate Division

IU of Medicine offers graduate degrees in 9 basic science disciplines. Biomedical Science PhD students enter through an umbrella program (IBMG) where they have up to 1 year to select a research laboratory & degree program (students participate in 3 lab rotations to facilitate their decision).

Research-based MS degrees are offered in several disciplines with multiple specialty degrees: Genetic Counseling, Medical Science, Clinical Research, Pathologists' Assistant & Anesthesiologist Assistant. MS students enter directly into the program they apply to. In addition to the PhD & MS programs the IUSM offers 3 certificate programs and a special NIH designated Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) leading to the combined MD/PhD. 

Indiana University - School of Public & Environmental Affairs

U.S. News & World Report's most recent rankings designate SPEA’s Master of Public Affairs (MPA) as the best in the nation. SPEA offers a unique multidisciplinary curriculum that broadens students’ understanding of economic, political, legal and social issues integral to public service, the nonprofit sector, and corporate world. Our Environmental Science Programs such as our Master of Science in Environmental Science (MSES) degree and Master of Environmental Sustainability (MES) degree are reputably the top environmental science programs in the country, as designated by the Council of Environmental Deans and Directors (CEDD). SPEA also offers a Master of Arts in Arts Administration (MAAA), which is well-regarded across the nation. Transforming students' arts skills into administrative careers, our students obtain jobs with some of the best arts organizations across the world. SPEA is also partnering with the Kelley School of Business to offer an inaugural Master of Science in Healthcare Management (MSHM). 

Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis - School of Science
IUPUISET  Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis - School of Engineering & Technology

Located in bustling downtown Indianapolis, 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 Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI will immediately identify you as a graduate of one of the country’s premier schools offering the latest in graduate studies and advanced research in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical and Energy Engineering, Music Technology, Music Therapy, as well as Technology with special concentrations in Facilities Management (100% online), Human Resource Development, Information Assurance and Security (InfoSec), Motorsports, Organization Leadership, and Technical Communication. Contact us at:

Iowa State University - College of Engineering

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, material 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.

The College of Engineering at Iowa State University has 8 departments. Everything from Aerospace to Mechanical Engineering and 14 interdepartmental degrees. 

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Johns Hopkins University - Graduate Admissions
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Keck Graduate Institute - Admissions
Kettering University - Admissions

A Kettering graduate education is designed to not only prepare you for a productive career but also provide a potentially transformational life experience. Founded in 1919 as a leader in STEM education, the hands-on and innovative approach of Kettering University still exists today in our graduate programs. Students can participate in an industrial or government funded research project, work as a summer intern with one of Kettering's leading industrial partners, or be a part of a student led competition such as the AutoDrive Challenge or simply network with Kettering alumni, many of whom (1000+) are currently serving as a C-Level executive.

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Lehigh   Lehigh University - College of Engineering

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.

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MSU   Michigan State University - College of Engineering

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.

michtech   - Graduate School

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
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National Science Foundation - Graduate Research Fellowship Program
New York University - Tandon School of Engineering

NYU graduate engineering programs specialize in mechanical, civil, urban, industrial, electrical, computer, chemical, biomedical and financial engineering alongside programs in computer science, tech management, cybersecurity, physics, mathematics and integrated digital media. Our goal is to produce highly desirable graduates prepared for industry. This has led us to become one of the top ranked schools in the nation with regards to graduate employability, salary potential, and return on investment.

North Carolina State University - Engineering Online

The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University has 12 academic departments and more than 20 centers, institutes and laboratories. Individuals interested in earning a master's or PhD degree can participate in one of the 21 on campus master degrees or 13 PhD programs through a variety of rich learning experiences. Sixteen online master degree programs are also available for working professionals who cannot come to campus because or work or geographical constraints. No on campus residency or thesis required for the online degrees. Same classes, same academic rigor, same degree. On campus or online, NC State can help you move to the next level of your educational experience and career goals. We want to be your educational partner. It is your choice. Learn more about our graduate programs: on campus -- http: // OR online at

NDSU  North Dakota State University - Graduate School

North Dakota State University fosters an educational environment that protects academic freedom and encourages original, critical thinking in a personalized environment. Students have access to state-of-the-art, technologically advanced research facilities, internationally renowned graduate faculty members, and numerous public-private partnerships.

NDSU's Graduate School offers 86 master's degree programs, 53 doctoral degree programs, and 15 graduate certificate programs. Our 700 graduate faculty members are innovators whose research contributions are recognized and respected nationally and internationally. We offer research and teaching assistantships providing professional development and financial support in the form of tuition waivers and monetary stipends.

NDSU is listed as a Top 100 research university by the National Science Foundation and offers an array of research, academic, and extracurricular opportunities for students. Graduate students have access to 300 student organizations, flexible and affordable on-campus housing, and free public transportation via the Metro Area Transit bus routes and the Great Plains Bikeshare program.

Northeastern University - Graduate School of Engineering

Northeastern University is a national research university located in Boston, MA. It's College of Engineering which offers over 40 Ph.D. MS, and Graduate Certificate options, is ranked 37th in national engineering programs by US News and World Report. Our expansive portfolio of degree offerings include traditional disciplines along with multidisciplinary degrees in subjects such as Information Systems, Data Analytics Engineering, Energy Systems and Engineering Management. The Graduate School of Engineering offers programs on a full or part time basis.

Research and cooperative education opportunities, esteemed faculty, professional and social campus organizations, and a strong alumni community enhance the academic experience and enable students to expand their knowledge while building lifelong professional and personal networks. More information can be found on our website at 

NWestMcC   Northwestern University - McCormick School of Engineering

The McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern enrolls 1200 MS students and 900 PhD students. Here is the listing of all graduate programs:

PhD students are fully funded with paid tuition, paid health insurance, and a monthly stipend through graduation. MS students are generally not funded. Most MS degree programs can be completed in one year.

For information about programs contact Dr. Bruce A. Lindvall, assistant dean for graduate studies at

Northwestern University - Pritzker School of Law
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The Ohio State University - College of Pharmacy

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy advances the pharmacy profession and patient-centered care across Ohio and around the globe through innovative teaching and practice, ground-breaking research, and transformative outreach and engagement. The College of Pharmacy will lead in drug discovery, development, and training in the optimal use of medications to improve health and well-being. The graduate programs in the College of Pharmacy offer advanced education in all aspects of pharmaceutical sciences including drug discovery, development and application.

The Ohio State University - College of Veterinary Medicine

Welcome to The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Established in 1885, it is one of the oldest veterinary colleges in the nation. In 2014, the college received a seven-year accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association. In 2015, we were ranked fifth in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report. Students who enroll in the College of Veterinary Medicine have the opportunity to work with an outstanding college faculty, the members of which are known nationally and internationally for their scholarship. The Veterinary Medical Center, the only comprehensive referral veterinary hospital in Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia, provides a wealth of case material that benefits the educational experience of both professional and graduate students through its diversity of cases. The college is proud to have one of the first and finest clinical residency programs in the nation.

The Ohio State University - Department of Material Science & Engineering
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Penn State University - Smeal College of Business

Are you a STEM student interested in business? Are you looking to bridge the gap between your technical, science, or engineering undergraduate degree and the professional business world? Are you thinking about a career in consulting, technical sales, entrepreneurship, or team leadership? If so, then the one-year Penn State Smeal College of Business Master of Management and Organizational Leadership (MOL) may be the right program for you!

The MOL is specifically designed for pre-professional students from STEM disciplines and provides an experiential approach to business education. Derived from our internationally ranked MBA curriculum, each student receives individualized attention from faculty, alumni, and administrative staff to hone leadership communications and real-world business skills in an interactive, team-based classroom. To learn if the MOL program is the right fit for you, please stop by to meet us! Website at

Purdue University - Center for Professional Studies
Purdue University - College of Engineering
Purdue University - College of Pharmacy
Purdue University - College of Science
PUBCHM  Purdue University - Department of Biochemistry

Biochemists combine principles of chemistry, biology, mathematics and physics to study structure, organization and chemical reactions of biomolecules in living organisms. It's an exciting period of discovery in biochemistry; our faculty research includes elucidating the molecular bases of chromosomal epigenetics, applying mass spectrometry to study cancer and cell cycle regulation, determining three-dimensional structures of proteins and nucleic acids that catalyze chemical reactions, deciphering important biosynthetic pathways in plants and other organisms and more. Faculty and students share ideas in and out of the classroom to support each other in our goal of performing world-class research. Our PhD program teaches the importance of critical and creative thinking which enables students to make important research contributions and new discoveries that they are able to communicate to the global scientific community. Our graduates are hired for positions in universities, research institutions, government and non-government agencies, and in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry.

Purdue University - The Graduate School
Purdue University - Krannert School of Management
Purdue University - Office of Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs
Purdue University - Purdue Polytechnic Institute
PFW   Purdue University Fort Wayne - Office of Academic Affairs
  • Purdue University Fort Wayne delivers an internationally recognized degree.
  • Professors at Purdue Fort Wayne invest in their students’ success by making themselves available for one-on-one meetings.
  • Many programs follow a cohort model which fosters student communication and comradery.
  • Our programs are designed around working students, offering classes that are convenient for the average working adult.
  • A graduate degree from Purdue Fort Wayne is an affordable option that doesn’t sacrifice on quality.
  • Many programs offer graduate assistantships to make earning your degree financially possible.
  • Our students do more than attend classes.  They conduct research, apply the research principles and methods in their field through practicums, internships, fieldwork, and hands-on research projects.
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Graduate Admissions

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is the the oldest technological university, created in 1824. Rensselaer is organized into six main schools which contain 37 departments, with emphasis on science and technology. It is well recognized for its degree programs in engineering, computing, business and management, information technology, the sciences, design, and liberal arts. Research projects include, but are not limited to, the areas of Astrobiology and Astrophysics, Biotechnology and Life Sciences, Energy, Environment, and Smart Systems (EES), Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials, Computational Science and Engineering, and Cognitive Engineering. Rensselaer seeks prospective doctoral students for our graduate programs and we have summer research internship information for undergraduates. In 2017, Rensselaer operated 34 research centers and maintained annual sponsored research expenditures of $103 million.

RICEGrad  Rice University - Graduate Studies

Rice University is known as a highly collaborative and innovative environment where graduate students in all STEM disciplines have the opportunity to work closely with leading research faculty within an incredibly low student-to-faculty ratio.  The university is a pioneer in interdisciplinary approaches, the result of a university culture that promotes interactions between departments and research centers.  Specifically, Rice was home to the Nobel Prize Winners involved in the pioneering of nanotechnology, Drs. Smalley and Curl.  Our faculty collaborate closely with our fellow institutions in the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical center in the world, and with NASA’s nearby Johnson Space Center.  Rice University seeks prospective doctoral students for our graduate programs and we have summer research internship information for undergraduates.

Rice University - Professional Science and Engineering Master's Programs

Unlike traditional master's degrees, these degrees combine an interdisciplinary curriculum consisting of advanced science coursework with business, management, leadership, communication training, and hands-on experience enabling graduates to successfully adept to a business environment.

Engineering Professional Master’s Program (EPMP)

The Engineering Professional Master’s Program offers non-thesis master’s degrees designed for those who seek to round out their engineering education with advanced analytical/technical expertise. It gives students a chance to add depth to their areas of interest and to add communication and leadership training.

The advanced science and engineering coursework of these programs is enriched by electives in management, business and communication, seminar series and networking opportunities throughout the year to add skills to their tool kit preparing them better for entry into industry and business.

We also offer the COORDINATED MBA/MS or ME in collaboration with the Jones School of Business at Rice University 

Rush University - Graduate College
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Stevens Institute of Technology - Office of Graduate Admissions

Stevens Institute of Technology, located in Hoboken, NJ, offers over 40 master's degree programs and 20 Ph.D. programs in the fields of business, computer science, engineering, science, and arts and humanities (plus two additional interdisciplinary Ph.D programs). We also offer flexible study options with programs offered on campus and through StevensOnline and our distance learning platform, WebCampus.

We guide master's and doctoral students through their individual pursuits of a deeper understanding of critical topics in science and technology. We support leading-edge research: in collaboration with faculty, Stevens graduate students frequently publish and co-publish original research in leading journals of engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, materials, nanotechnology and business.

Our graduate schools include the School of Business, the Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering & Science, and the School of Systems and Enterprises. Come visit us or stop by our table to learn more!

Syracuse University - Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
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Temple University - The Graduate School

Temple University is one of the largest and most diverse comprehensive public research universities in the United States. With a total student enrollment of 40,000, more than 10,500 are graduate and professional students. The University's location in Philadelphia is a key element in forging a unique student experience. The "City of Brotherly Love" is home to cultural attractions, including a world-renowned symphony orchestra, professional repertory theater, historic sites, parks, and sports facilities. Temple is designated one of only 115 institutions in the nation as an R1: Doctoral Universities - Highest Research Activity by The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, in its 2015 classification. The University offers 136 master's and 56 doctoral degree programs, some with areas of concentration; 10 professional science master's degrees; a post-master's education specialist degree; and 107 certificate programs. Of these, 16 degree and 29 certificate programs are offered online.

Texas A&M University - College of Geosciences
Tufts University - Office of Graduate Admissions

Tufts University combines the atmosphere of a liberal arts college with state-of-the-art technological resources as a Tier-1 research institution, with more than 70 doctoral and master’s degrees across the arts and sciences and engineering. A low student-to-faculty ratio, world-class researchers, collaborative laboratory facilities, and industry partnerships equip Tufts graduate students with the skills to excel in their chosen specialties and improve people's lives through a passion for innovation and a commitment to excellence. Tufts' programs challenge the traditional boundaries of academic disciplines, and research in our increasingly interconnected global community. Every day, Tufts researchers are developing new tools to improve medical diagnosis and treatment; novel materials for a greener future; smarter, more powerful computers; and innovative ways to educate scholars of tomorrow.

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Buffalo  University at Buffalo (SUNY) - Office of Graduate Education

University at Buffalo's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is New York State's largest and most comprehensive public school of engineering. Master's and doctoral degrees are offered in all major fields of engineering, and we are continually developing new programs.

Ranked in the top 15 percent of the nations 300 engineering schools, we offer a wide variety of world-class instruction, research opportunities, resources, and facilities to its students.

Through many joint initiatives, students work on a wide range of topics including tsunami detection, bridge and infrastructure renewal, supply chain management, big data, and ways to improve health and wellness. We also offer all of our graduate students a unique cost free Certificate of Professional Development to assist in transitioning to their working careers for positions in industry and academia.

2018Bama   The University of Alabama - Graduate School

The University of Alabama is a powerhouse of research and higher education more than 185 years in the making. Today the University is the fastest-growing flagship institution in the nation, attracting top-tier students and faculty and expanding its world-class facilities. For you, a future graduate student, this presents a tremendous opportunity. UA stands poised to be at the forefront of discovery and innovation that will transform our world. We are searching for the best and brightest to join the University's vibrant, diverse and collaborative community of research scholars as we work to solve local and global challenges related to water, energy and the environment; transportation; cybersecurity; life research and biotechnology; and more. We need your determination, your passion and your insight.

 UAH   The University of Alabama in Huntsville - Graduate School

You want a graduate degree that can help take your career to the next level, but you also want financial peace of mind. The Graduate School at The University of Alabama in Huntsville can give you both. As one of the nation's premier research universities, we have more than a dozen research centers and numerous labs and facilities to allow our students real-world experience in over 80 masters and doctorate programs. Our graduates also have a higher return on investment than other peer institutions. Higher salary, lower tuition = a great investment in your education and your future. Ask about our automatic fellowship/scholarship! Come join us! You belong at UAH!

UCBerkeley  University of California, Berkeley - College of Engineering

The UC Berkeley one-year Master of Engineering program is a top producer of engineering leaders. With over 900 alumni and 30 companies founded, the MEng program leads the way for technical, social, and economic innovations. Strengthen your technical expertise with coursework in your specified engineering concentration, chosen from over 23 fields in new and emerging technologies taught by world renown faculty. For enrollment in August 2019, apply by Sunday, January 7, 2019. 

University of California, Los Angeles - MS Engineering Online

Master of Science Online Program at UCLA is a program in which you can earn a Master of Science in Engineering degree with the same program of study as in our departmental programs, with the same courses, same instructors, and same grading standards as on campus. You can also participate in one or several of our certificate programs by completing certain course sequences. These represent specialized areas of study offered by departments, or broader school wide areas of study such as Systems Engineering. The MS Engineering degree also offers the flexibility to build your own program of study to best suit your professional needs. 

University of Central Florida - Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy

Part of the University of Central Florida, the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA) offers an industry-based graduate gaming education in a world-class facility in downtown Orlando. Work on the latest game engines and software and be mentored by faculty with decades of game-making experience. In 16 months, learn to be a producer, programmer or artist as you earn a Master’s degree in Interactive Entertainment. Financial assistance is available. Learn more at

The University of Chicago - Graduate Admissions

The Biological Sciences Division, Institute for Molecular Engineering, and Physical Sciences Division at the University of Chicago offer a wide range of doctoral programs, as well as master's programs in computer science, financial mathematics, computational and applied math, and physical sciences. We also offer a post-bac PREP program and a number of summer research opportunities.

University of Cincinnati - Department of Biomedical Informatics

Biomedical Informatics is an interdisciplinary field that combines knowledge of informatics and medical sciences to optimize application of biomedical data. Biomedical Informatics is the key to understanding biology and medicine. As an avalanche of data and an increased sophistication of technology change the way biomedical research is conducted, the discipline of biomedical informatics is an integral component of clinical and translational research for the health care infrastructure. Demand for researchers and health professionals trained in the field is rapidly increasing. At the graduate program in biomedical informatics at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, students can engage in high-impact research while embedded in some of the premier health-care centers in the nation. From genomic to clinical data, from child to adult healthcare, with a leading pediatric research center and one of the nation’s first medical colleges, we are making a difference in people's lives. You can too.

University of Cincinnati - Graduate School
University of Illinois - College of Business

The Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois offers a range of Master's programs designed to produce innovative business leaders. Gies is home to the top ranked career services for student satisfaction (Businessweek), is a top ten public business school in the nation (US News & World Report), and was ranked the top return on investment in the Big Ten (Payscale). With a Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA), Master of Science in Finance, Master of Science in Management, Master of Science in Technology Management, Master of Science in Business Administration, Master of Science in Financial Engineering, Master of Science in Strategic Brand Communication, a Professional MBA,a Full Time MBA, an online MBA, and an online MSA there is a program for you that will help you meet your career goals delivered in a way that fits your lifestyle.

University of Illinois - College of Engineering

Innovate. Collaborate. Research. Educate. These are only some of the reasons graduate education in Engineering at Illinois is among the nation's best. Learn from world-class faculty. Be a part of groundbreaking research that changes lives. Make the world a better place through our Professionally-oriented Master's (online and on campus), Thesis-based Master's, or PhD programs. Join Engineering at Illinois and discover your future! To learn more, visit

University of Illinois - Department of Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry has a long and accomplished history, dating back to the founding of the University of Illinois, in 1867, and we are consistently ranked as one of the Top 10 chemistry departments in the United States. We have exceptional research programs in all areas of chemistry and in interdisciplinary fields. Additionally, our commitment to excellence has provided the Department of Chemistry the honor of counting eleven Nobel Prize Winners amongst its faculty, fellows, and alumni.

It is our endeavor to provide the greatest quality experience for our students. We have some of the world’s best scientific facilities including: mass spectrometry, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), and glass shop facilities. Our department also has access to some of the most exotic instrumentation and one of the largest chemistry libraries in North America.

Above all, we maintain a collegial atmosphere, which focuses on personal attention to students and cooperation between research groups. We firmly believe the most important product of our graduate research program is our exemplary students, and we know the strength of our research program is sustained by the work of individual students in the laboratory. With this in mind, the Department of Chemistry offers assistantships to all of our PhD students, which provides a stipend and a tuition waiver. Champaign-Urbana’s low cost of living, compared to many of our peer institutions, is an added bonus; this allows our students to spend less on necessities, and they can afford more luxuries while they work toward the completion of their PhD.

University of Illinois - Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
University of Illinois - Graduate College
UIUCIS   University of Illinois - School of Information Sciences

The School of Information Sciences is at the forefront of innovation, distinguished by excellence in teaching, research, and service. The iSchool at Illinois is home to the #1 program in the country--MS in Library and Information Science. We also offer a Ph.D. in Library and Information Science, Master of Science in Information Management, and Master of Science in Bioinformatics. Students that pursue a MS in LIS are able to customize their degree program to develop expertise in professional pathways such as knowledge management and competitive intelligence, youth and K-12 services, archives and special collections, data and asset management, research and information services, and information organization and management. The MS in LIS is a 40-hour degree with two required courses and the remaining coursework is customizable to meet students academic and professional goals. Our renowned faculty and forward-thinking graduates offer strategic solutions to current social issues through their interdisciplinary approach.

University of Illinois at Chicago - Department of Pharmacology
University of Iowa - College of Engineering
SELF  University of Kansas - Self Graduate Fellowship

The mission of the University of Kansas Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship is to identify, recruit, and provide development opportunities for exceptional Ph.D. students in business, economics, engineering, mathematics, biological, biomedical, pharmaceutical, and physical sciences who demonstrate the promise to make significant contributions to their fields of study and society as a whole.

Self Graduate Fellows will receive annual support of $30,500 for four years. The fellowship covers tuition, fees, and the employer's share of student health insurance costs. Self Graduate Fellows demonstrate initiative, passion for achievement and lifelong learning. In order to ensure fellows are prepared for their future careers, participating fellows make a commitment to engage in the Fellow Development Program, which provides additional professional development opportunities and funding.The total value of the four-year doctoral fellowship exceeds $175,000. 

University of Kentucky - College of Engineering
UKPharm   University of Kentucky - College of Pharmacy

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. It is a doctoral graduate training program that encompasses research in areas of pharmaceutical sciences that range from identifying fundamental mechanisms of human disease, to the 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. All accepted students receive a minimum $30,000 stipend, paid tuition and health insurance. 

University of Louisville - Graduate School
UMdEngr  University of Maryland - Department of Mechanical Engineering

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.

UMichEngr   University of Michigan - College of Engineering

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 80+ programs and pathways. 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
  • Co-Curricular experience funding
  • Grants are provided to promote a positive graduate student community
  • Professional development and social activities are offered throughout the year

University of Michigan - College of Pharmacy
University of Michigan - Electrical and Computer Engineering

Among the rapid pace of technological change, one thing is constant: the advantages of a Michigan ECE education. The Electrical and Computer Engineering Division at the University of Michigan is a leader in the engineering field. Michigan ECE provides students with all the tools they will need to explore and solve the challenges of the future in any career of their choice.

Michigan ECE students enjoy the many advantages that come from working together with world-renowned faculty in a top-10 ranked program, including state-of-the-art facilities, opportunities for cross-discipline collaboration, and a diverse community that supports one another in both groundbreaking research and professional development.

We welcome your visit to our table to learn further about our master's degree and doctoral degree programs. To learn more about Michigan ECE beforehand, please visit our website at For more information on our graduate program application, visit Go Blue!

University of Michigan - Integrative Systems + Design 

Integrative Systems + Design (ISD) is dedicated to educating leaders who can think transformatively and create lasting value in the workplace and society.

ISD offers a broad array of interdisciplinary technical graduate degrees, professional certificates, short courses, and custom programs that are taught by outstanding faculty from across campus along with professors of practice and experts from industry.

Courses and programs are delivered on Michigan's campus, online, at work locations around the world, or in a combination of delivery modes. 

University of Michigan - Quantitative Finance & Risk Management 

The University of Michigan Quant Program is a rigorous interdisciplinary master's program designed to give graduates the mathematical and statistical training they need to succeed as quantitative analysts, financial engineers, traders, and more. Students complete 36 credits of math, statistics, economics, computer science, and finance in the span of 3 terms while enjoying the atmosphere and resources of one of nation's most iconic campuses. Small cohorts of around 30 new students annually provide a supportive, tight-knit community and access to personalized career services provided by program staff. Learn more about the Quant Program on our website:

University of Michigan Medical School - Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

The Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies is home to the following biomedical science training programs: graduate umbrella Program in Biomedical Sciences (PIBS), the NIH-funded Postbac Research Education Program (PREP), and the Cancer Research Summer Internship Program (CaRSIP) for undergrads. We also connect undergraduate students with other summer research programs in the biomedical sciences. Visit our website to learn more:

University of Michigan Ross School of Business - Master of Accounting; Master of Supply Chain Management
University of Minnesota - Graduate Admissions

The University of Minnesota is one of the most comprehensive research universities in the United States. We offer graduate and professional degrees in virtually every field—from medicine to business, law to liberal arts and education to science and engineering.  We have graduate programs at our main Twin Cities campus, in the Lake Superior port city of Duluth, and in Rochester, home to the world-renowned Mayo Clinic.

Founded in 1851, the University is located in the heart of Minneapolis and St. Paul, known as the Twin Cities. Minnesota is known for abundant natural beauty, cultural attractions, recreational resources, and thriving business. 3.6 million people makes the Twin Cities the 16th largest metropolitan area in the U.S.

Students come from all 50 states and all over the world forming a diverse student body with many cross-cultural opportunities. The urban campus location also means more opportunities for professional and social experiences. 

University of Nebraska - Office of Graduate Studies
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences
University of New Mexico - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Founded in 1906, the mission of the School of Engineering (SOE) at the University of New Mexico is to educate students in engineering and computer science to contribute to the social, technological, and economic development of our state, nation, and global community. We offer a superior education in engineering and computer science in an environment that fosters teamwork, cultural and intellectual diversity, a strong sense of public responsibility, and lifelong learning.

Nearby Los Alamos National Laboratories and in town Sandia National Laboratories offer unique possibilities for students to work in research while studying. Both laboratories offer job opportunities to students seeking a Master or Ph.D. degree. Additionally, due to the large amount of research funds available, UNM SOE also attracts many Ph.D. students.

UNM is classified as a Highest Research Activity institution according to Carnegie. SOE employs more than 100 faculty. They create annual research expenditures of over $35 million. Since 2006, 220 patents were issued and 44 start-up companies founded by SOE faculty.

NDChemBioEngr    University of Notre Dame - Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Our highly acclaimed faculty have research programs in areas including renewable energy, cancer diagnostics and therapeutics, molecular simulations, reaction kinetics/catalysis, water purification, complex fluids, microfluidics, process synthesis and optimization, polymer synthesis and characterization, materials design, and ion transport/interfacial phenomena.

All Ph.D. students receive a generous stipend, full health insurance premium subsidy and tuition scholarship to assist them in their research and studies. Students in the department have been successful in winning major national external fellowships and awards in addition to internal funding opportunities for conference presentation travel, students finish the Ph.D. program with with competitive CVs for industry and academic careers.

University of Notre Dame - Graduate School

At the Graduate School at the University of Notre Dame, Your Research Matters. Working in concert with world-class faculty, we offer individualized attention within state-of-the-art facilities, and our vibrant intellectual community is renowned worldwide for academic excellence.

At the heart of our conviction that your research matters is an emphasis on professional development and student well-being. Our holistic approach to graduate training embraces you not just intellectually, but physically, emotionally, and spiritually, while preparing you to extend learning towards universal enrichment.

We are committed to funding all doctoral students and many masters students. For more information, visit us at 

University of Notre Dame - School of Architecture

The Notre Dame School of Architecture graduate programs in architecture, urban design, and historic preservation promote built environments that are durable, useful, and beautiful, and which are supportive of strong communities. The School seeks to train designers, scholars, preservationists, and advocates for the built environment who will play a leading role in their professions and may translate their skills and advocacy to a variety of disciplines and arenas.

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Previous Architecture study not required

University of Pennsylvania - Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pittsburgh - Swanson School of Engineering
University of Rochester - Arts, Sciences & Engineering

Located in New York state, the University of Rochester is one of the nation’s top research universities. We have six graduate schools.

The School of Arts, Sciences & Engineering offers 23 PhD and 21 masters degree programs. Our graduate students work closely with faculty on the forefront of field-specific and interdisciplinary research.

All PhD programs in Arts, Sciences & Engineering are fully funded.

USCViterbi  University of Southern California - Viterbi Graduate School of Engineering

Located in Los Angeles, a global center for arts, technology and international trade, the University of Southern California is one of the world's leading private research universities. Boasting a diverse student body and offering extensive opportunities for interdisciplinary study and research, the Viterbi School of Engineering is internationally recognized for excellence in education and is a top-10 ranked school by U.S. News & World Report.

The Viterbi School is among the nation's highest in volume of research activity with more than a third of its faculty members being fellows in their respective professional societies.

The Viterbi School offers 50+ Master's and 13 PhD programs in the following disciplines:

  • Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
  • Astronautical Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical & Petroleum Engineering and Materials Science
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Computer Science & Informatics
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial & Systems Engineering
University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research & Graduate Education
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. According to U.S. News & World Report's 2019 edition of "Best Graduate Schools," 49 of the university’s graduate programs are among the nation’s top 10—the third most of any public university in the nation. The university has top 10 programs in 12 of its colleges and schools including business, communication, geosciences, education, engineering, information, fine arts, natural sciences, pharmacy, public affairs, social work and liberal arts. The five specialties ranked No. 1 in the nation are accounting in the McCombs School of Business; petroleum engineering in the Cockrell School of Engineering; geology in the Jackson School of Geosciences; and Latin American history and Sociology of Population, both in the College of Liberal Arts.

UTSW  University of Texas, Southwestern - Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Recently ranked as the world's No. 1 academic medical center for high impact research publication, UT Southwestern leads the way in a new era of scientific discovery. Biomedical research has yielded dramatic discoveries that hold great promise for understanding the nature of human disease. For basic or clinical research, UT Southwestern - an institution that fosters multidisciplinary approaches and rigorous scientific training - provides an ideal environment. PhD offered in: Biological Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Cancer Biology, Cell & Molecular Biology, Genetics & Development, Immunology, Integrative Biology, Molecular Biophysics, Molecular Microbiology, Neuroscience, and Organic Chemistry. Training Computational Biology, Mechanisms of Disease, and Pharmacology are also available.

University of Wisconsin-Madision - Division of Continuing Studies
 UWMil   University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee - Graduate School

Offering 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 Wisconsin. Our alumni lead in key fields, and they tell us what skills new graduates need to succeed in laboratories, lecture halls, boardrooms, classrooms, and beyond.

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Van Andel Institute - Graduate School

Van Andel Institute Graduate School (VAIGS) develops future leaders in biomedical research through an intense, problem-focused Ph.D. degree in cellular, molecular and genetic biology. By combining rigorous, inquiry-based coursework with extensive hands-on experience in laboratories led by the Institute’s expert faculty, VAIGS prepares students for productive careers in biomedical research and beyond.

Vanderbilt University - Biomedical Research Education

With a unique infrastructure that encourages collaboration, Vanderbilt University is a premier research facility that ranks among the top institutions in the country. The Vanderbilt University Interdisciplinary Graduate Program (IGP) is a leading integrative biomedical graduate program, designed to foster well-rounded science leaders. Students take one semester of core coursework and one semester of specialized electives while rotating through four laboratories of their choosing from among 11 participating programs. The Quantitative and Chemical Biology (QCB) program is a PhD track, multidisciplinary program introducing elements of biology to students who wish to pursue a doctoral degree at the interface of the chemical, physical, and biological sciences. The curriculum prepares students for research careers in any area of biomedical research. Many students choose to work in interdisciplinary fields such as chemical biology, structural biology, imaging sciences, molecular and cellular biophysics, or systems biology. 

Vanderbilt University - Department of Chemistry

Vanderbilt University's Department of Chemistry offers a Ph.D. program that nurtures individual interests, fosters innovation and collaboration, and opens doors to a wide range of professional goals. Our faculty's research initiatives range across multiple disciplines and provide support for training chemists in a variety of research areas. Incoming graduate students have the opportunity to participate in multiple lab rotations before joining a lab. Home to numerous research facilities, our department provides access to the advanced instrumentation critical to the success of modern research.

Vanderbilt University - School of Engineering
Virginia Commonwealth University - School of Engineering
Virginia Commonwealth University - School of Pharmacy
Virginia Tech - College of Engineering

The Virginia Tech College of Engineering pushes the boundaries beyond classroom learned knowledge by applying a hands-on, multidisciplinary approach to preparing students to be highly recruitable problem solvers and leaders.

The College of Engineering offers 14 undergraduate degree-granting engineering majors, 16 doctoral, and 19 master's programs in 17 areas of study. During the 2016-17 academic year, 10,259 undergraduate and graduate students were enrolled. The college is comprised of approximately 377 tenured faculty across 12 departments and two schools.

The college supplies more than half of the engineers to Virginia’s work force and is on the forefront of innovation, working in disruptive technology areas that include: autonomous systems and robotics, cybersecurity and cyber physical systems, data analytics and decision sciences, injury and occupational biomechanics, manufacturing materials and systems, energy engineering and science, sustainable infrastructure and construction, transportation and logistics, turbomachinery and diagnostics, corrosion and water, and wireless communications and security.

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Washington University in St. Louis - Enginering & Applied Science

The School of Engineering & Applied Science is ranked among US News & World Report's top Engineering Schools, and focuses intellectual efforts on medicine and health, energy and environment, entrepreneurship and security. 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.
Engineer your way. Engineer at WashU.

Wayne State University - Graduate School
West Virginia University - Graduate Admissions and Recruitment

West Virginia University has something for everyone. We are an R1 research institution offering over 220 master's, doctoral and professional majors. Whether you have just finished your undergraduate studies, or are returning to academia from the workforce, we will help you forge your passion into an incredible future. Stop by and learn more about how you can start building your future at West Virginia University. Mountaineers go first. Let's go. 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, one of the nation's premier science- and engineering-focused universities, was founded in 1865 with the mission of providing an education that balances theory and practice. A dynamic and welcoming graduate community, world-renowned faculty mentors, a culture of collaboration, spectacular research facilities, and close relationships with industry make WPI an outstanding environment for aspiring scientists, engineers, innovators, and entrepreneurs. Here, you will pursue cutting-edge, multidisciplinary research and contribute to breakthroughs that deepen our understanding of the world, engender new lines of inquiry, and meet the technological challenges facing the world today. 

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Yale University - Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

Each year, the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences welcomes approximately 450 of the world's most promising scholars to its doctoral programs. These sought-after students choose Yale for the opportunity to study with the Graduate School's outstanding faculty, and to take advantage of the University's wide array of academic resources and services. They also come for the unsurpassed support Yale provides to its Ph.D. students, which allows them to focus on their scholarship, successfully complete their education, and find rewarding careers.

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