Graduate study in aerospace engineering provides qualified students
with opportunities to further their education with advanced courses in
their area(s) of interest, as well as to excercise and sharpen skills
developed as part of their undergraduate training....
Graduate training in the Agronomy and Soils Department enables
outstanding students to achieve a high level of scholarly attainment in
the soil, crop and environmental sciences.
broad areas, research training and experience may be gained...
The Graduate Program in Ecology is a multidisciplinary,
interdepartmental program of study and research leading to M.S. (with a
thesis required) and Ph.D. degrees. Students in the program receive
their degrees from a home department
but satisfy the requirements...
The graduate program in Speech Pathology and Audiology provides
academic study in speech-language pathology leading to a M.S. or M.A.
degree. Students enroll in core curriculum for Speech Pathology during
the first year and also participate extensively in...
Graduate degree programs in Art History include the Master of Arts
(M.A.) with individual tracks in Architectural History, Art Historical
Studies, and Museum Studies, and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) with
Historical and Curatorial tracks.
The Department of Biostatistics at Virginia Commonwealth University
offers the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Biostatistics. It is part of the
School of Medicine on the university’s MCV Campus.
M.S. candidates must complete at least 33 semester credit hours of
The Department of Craft/Material Studies offers graduate course work
leading to the MFA degree in five disciplines: ceramics, fiber,
woodworking/furniture design, glassworking and jewelry/metal working.
Within the studio concentration, emphasis is placed...
The complexity and changing nature of tax law has created a need for
specialists -- individuals who can interpret tax law, convey its
meaning, plan, and comply with a myriad of reporting requirements. The
Master of Taxation program is designed (1) to offer...
Medicinal chemistry, an amalgamation of chemistry and the life
sciences, is a multidisciplinary field that applies chemical (i.e.,
synthetic, analytical, theoretical and/or physical chemistry)
principles to investigations of biologically active substances...
The Graduate Painting area provides students with individual studios
and the ability to pursue the development of their painting in a
concentrated fashion. The area is supported by: college galleries; a
shop for wood, metal, and plastic; slide and book/periodical...
Graduate Drawing is the cornerstone of the artistic experience. Our
faculty see drawing both as a way to develop ideas for application in
other media, and as an art form in itself. Students concentrating in
drawing from our school are provided with skills...
The Master of Science in Operations Research program is available to students with an industrial
engineering background and to other engineers who satisfy requirements
covering the principal subject matter of the current BS IE curriculum.
The other master's...
The Nutrition program in the Animal Sciences Department takes a comprehensive view of animal nutrition. Studies range from applied animal feeding trials to basic studies on the metabolism of nutritive and non-nutritive components of diets. Studies can be directed...
Graduate study in Animal Breeding and Genetics can be pursued in a variety of areas including, but not limited to, theoretical quantitative and statistical genetics, molecular genetics, bioinformatics and functional genomics. Given the diversity of areas of study,...
The University of
Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) offers a
four-year professional degree program leading to the Doctor of
Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree. The goal of the professional
curriculum is to provide each graduate with a broad...
The Textile and Apparel Design undergraduate major includes
aspects of art, design and technology within a curriculum intended to
develop creativity and problem solving skills, Additional academic
courses in humanities, science and social studies provide...
The Master of Arts (MA) degree program aims to provide students with the values, skills and knowledge to enter the information professions, and in particular to:1. Understand the characteristics of, and interactions among, information, information technologies,...
The Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development Program (CBSD)
empowers its graduates with the knowledge, skills, and experience to
advance effective and equitable strategies for conserving biodiversity
and promoting sustainable living.
Ecology and Evolution at Rutgers has a long and distinguished history.
The graduate program includes approximately 80 faculty and 60 graduate
students. The program is interdisciplinary in nature and offers
graduate education and training in microbial, plant,...