Graduate Programs and Schools
There are over 1,600 graduate students at Dartmouth who participate in a wide range of activities. These students come from 16 Doctoral Programs and 9 Masters Programs, as well as interdisciplinary programs and professional schools. Joint degree programs offer MCB students the opportunity to combine their scientific education with degrees in business, medicine, and more.
MCB students interact with the larger graduate community in both academic and social settings. The Graduate Student Council (GSC) organizes a wide range of events including snow sculpture contests, and dance lessons (just to name a few).
- The Graduate Forum Newsletter provides up-to-date information about the Dartmouth Graduate Community.
- Resources for graduate students can be found through the Graduate Studies Office.
- The Graduate Student Council is a student-run governing body dedicated to improving the quality of life graduate students.
Related Graduate Programs
- Program in Experimental and Molecular Medicine (PEMM)
- M.D. Program
- MD-PhD Program
- MD-MBA Program
- PhD-MBA Program
Professional Schools at Dartmouth
The numerous Ph.D. programs at Dartmouth include Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Sciences Engineering, Program in Experimental and Molecular Medicine (PEMM), Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Psychological and Brain Sciences, and Quantitative Biomedical Sciences. In addition, Dartmouth offers Masters degrees in Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Digital Musics, Engineering, Earth Sciences, Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, Master of Health Care Delivery Science, Physics and Astronomy.
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