The Graduate School at the University of Massachusetts Amherst
The University of Massachusetts Amherst, founded in 1863 and located in the picturesque Connecticut River Valley, has offered graduate study since 1896, awarding more than 14,900 doctoral and 52,300 master's degrees. With a Graduate Faculty of 1,400, the Amherst campus is the major research institution in the Five-Campus University System and offers 47 programs leading to a doctorate and 76 programs toward a master's degree. Enrollment in all graduate programs exceeded 6,000 in the Fall 2014 semester with an additional 600 non-matriculated students enrolled in classes.
See our complete list of graduate programs accepting applications here.