Stanford offers post-baccalaureate study in a wide range of fields, organized into more than 65 departments and programs in seven schools: Business, Earth Sciences, Education, Engineering, Humanities and Sciences, Law, and Medicine. Stanford graduate students are pursuing a number of different master's, professional, and doctoral degrees.
Stanford encourages interdisciplinary research and study. Many students end up getting more than one degree, through a joint program or simply by adding a second degree program. Every student is urged to explore courses and opportunities across the university.
To understand the breadth and depth of graduate study opportunities at Stanford, explore the educational offerings in Stanford's seven schools. Each school provides extensive web resources to describe its departments and programs.
Information about each school and its programs:
Direct your questions to faculty and staff in the departments you are considering. Each school's diversity officers can also answer questions about graduate studies in their school.
The Graduate Programs Web site has links to each school’s website, as well as an alphabetical list of all degree programs offered, and information about specific application procedures.
For graduate application materials to: