The Graduate School supports and advances the delivery of high-quality graduate education that reflects changing regional and state academic needs. The Graduate School advocates for graduate research and scholarship that contribute to economic, social and cultural advancement.
The Graduate School offers over 150 graduate degree programs, including 24 doctoral programs, in a wide variety of fields and specialties such as architecture, biomedical engineering, computing, engineering and health administration.
More than 6,300 students are enrolled in our graduate programs, representing 39 states in the U.S., Europe, Asia, Africa, Central and South America. The Graduate School has approximately 750 members of the Regular Graduate Faculty teaching and mentoring graduate students.