The College of Graduate Studies
offers work toward advanced degrees in many disciplines in the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences (CLASS). Graduate degrees are available in the fields of anthropology, creative writing, English, history, music, philosophy, political science
, psychology, public administration and theatre arts. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) is available in history and political science.
The interdisciplinary nature of our graduate programs encourages collaboration with students and faculty from across the University. These opportunities for cross-discipline intellectual exchange, discussion and idea sharing create an enriching educational experience. You'll develop a more dynamic understanding of your chosen field and of the world around you.
As a graduate student in CLASS, you'll receive one-on-one faculty mentorship from leading scholars, with access to top-notch facilities such as the McClure Center for Public Policy Research
and the Laboratory of Anthropology
. Paid research and teaching assistantship positions are competitively available to graduate students in CLASS.
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