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Graduate Study in the Arts and Sciences

6062 Wentworth Hall, Dartmouth College Hanover View map
United States


Dartmouth College has a long tradition of excellence in graduate education. Dartmouth?s first Ph.D. degree was awarded in 1885. There are currently 15 PhD programs offered through the Division of Arts and Sciences and the Medical School comprising more than 500 students. Together with Dartmouth?s professional programs more than 1300 students study at the graduate level on the Dartmouth campus, and approximately 50 Ph.D. degrees are currently awarded each year. along rapidly developing intellectual fronts. Students are also offered many chances for multidisciplinary research as the programs seek to supplement the specialization commonly associated with graduate study. In addition, a number of exciting projects to enhance the quality of life for the graduate student population are currently underway. These initiatives include plans for a new graduate housing complex, numerous programs focusing on graduate life, (e.g., academic and career programs, enhanced social opportunities for students), and a graduate center facility in the design stage. Dartmouth Graduate Programs are in an exciting and dynamic phase! Programs of study The Ph.D. degree is awarded in biochemistry, biology, chemistry, computer science, earth sciences, engineering sciences, evaluative clinical sciences, genetics, mathematics, microbiology/immunology, pharmacology/toxicology, physics/astronomy, physiology, and psychological and brain sciences. Dartmouth College awards the A.M....

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