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Programs Offered

Doctoral Degree Programs Offered
Master's Degree Programs Offered
Certificate Programs Offered

 

Major Fields In Which Courses Are Offered Leading to the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy

Afro-American Studies
Animal Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences
Anthropology
Astronomy
Biochemistry
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Communication
Communication Disorders
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
Economics
Electrical and Computer Engineering
English
Entomology
Food Science
Forest Resources
Geosciences
Germanic Languages and Literatures
Hispanic Literatures and Linguistics
History
Industrial Engineering and Operations
Research
Kinesiology
Linguistics
Management
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Microbiology
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Music
Neuroscience and Behavior
Nursing
Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Philosophy
Physics
Plant Biology
Plant and Soil Sciences
Political Science
Polymer Science and Engineering
Psychology
Public Health
Regional Planning
Resource Economics
School Psychology
Sociology
Sport Management
Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation

In several fields, degrees are awarded under the Five College Cooperative Ph.D. Program: all departments in the biological sciences, astronomy, chemistry, geology, and physics.

See Communication Disorders section for information on the Doctor of Audiology degree.

See Education section for concentrations of study leading to the Doctor of Education degree.

See Nursing section for information on the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.

For information on the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy Intercampus Marine Science and Technology program refer to www.umassmarine.net/degrees/.


Major Fields In Which Courses
Are Offered Leading to the Master's Degree

Accounting
Afro-American Studies
Animal Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences
Anthropology
Applied Mathematics
Architecture
Art
Art History
Astronomy
Biochemistry
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Chinese
Civil Engineering
Communication
Communication Disorders
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
Design
Economics
Education
Electrical and Computer Engineering
English
Entomology
Environmental Engineering
Food Science
Forest Resources
French and Francophone Studies
Geography
Geosciences
Germanic Languages and Literatures
Hispanic Literatures and Linguistics
History
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
Italian Studies
Japanese
Kinesiology
Labor Studies
Landscape Architecture
Latin and Classical Humanities (see Classics)
Linguistics
Management
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Microbiology
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Music
Neuroscience and Behavior
Nursing
Nutrition
Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Philosophy
Physics
Plant Biology
Plant and Soil Sciences
Political Science
Polymer Science and Engineering
Psychology
Public Health
Public Policy and Administration
Regional Planning
Resource Economics
Sociology
Sport Management
Theater
Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation

Major Fields In Which Graduate Certificates Are Offered

Advanced Feminist Studies
African Diaspora Studies
Cognitive Science
Film Studies
Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies
Public History