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We encourage graduate students to take advantage of Stanford's open course enrollment culture. Taking classes outside of your department can lead to broader knowledge, new skills, and a wider campus network. Many courses are designed to attract students from across campus and most faculty welcome the diverse perspectives that non-majoring students contribute.
At the links below, we have identified courses that, based on their description in Explore Courses, appear to align with our Graduate Professional Development Framework, Preparing for Faculty Careers, or Interdisciplinary Learning portfolios.
Graduate Professional Development Framework Course Feeds
These courses offer opportunities to build the skills and gain the experiences outlined in the Graduate Professional Development Framework. The teaching courses are also displayed in the Preparing for Faculty Careers section of the website.
- Specialized Content Knowledge & Skills courses
- Teaching courses
- Communication courses
- Leadership & Management Courses
- Personal Development Courses
- Career DevelopMent Courses
Interdisciplinary Learning Course Feed
These courses offer opportunities to work with students from across campus and to build your own interdisciplinary learning skills.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice Course Feed
These courses focus on scholarship and practices to understand and promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice across many disciplines.