Future Graduate Students

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  • Biological Sciences (M.S., Ph.D.) at Purdue is multidisciplinary, offering a wide variety of choices for doctorate and master's degrees. These diverse research areas include cancer biology, developmental biology, neurobiology, cell biology, ecology and conservation biology, genetics, microbiology, molecular biosciences, plant biology, structural biology, biophysics and bioinformatics.
  • Chemistry (M.S., Ph.D.) provides an environment to develop skills to become a leader in scientific research and education, capable of making original contributions to the advancement of chemistry and related disciplines. Research areas include analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, chemical education, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and physical chemistry.
  • Computer Science (M.S., Ph.D.) at Purdue is on the cutting edge of research and education. State-of-the-art facilities and resources include access to NSF TeraGrid, 3D Graphics and high-resolution displays, the nation's fastest campus supercomputer, gigabit wired connections, workstations with 60 terabytes of storage capability and more.
  • Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (M.S., Ph.D.) offers graduate research based on multidisciplinary principles from mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, statistics and computer modeling to address some of the most challenging interdisciplinary questions about the past, present and future state on the Earth system and other planets. Many of the research programs include field work in the United States or abroad.
  • Mathematics (M.S., Ph.D.) has an international reputation as an outstanding center for research, scholarship and mathematical education. Together with visiting researchers, its more than 60 professors are actively involved in current developments in many major areas of mathematics, including differential and algebraic geometry, topology, commutative algebra, differential equations, complex and harmonic analysis, number theory, representation theory, mathematical biology, computational finance and applied mathematics.
  • Physics (M.S., Ph.D.) strives to expose graduate students to the excitement of original research at the forefront of science in a wide variety of physics sub-disciplines and the interdisciplinary areas with physics components. The Physics graduate program has a 100-year tradition of transforming its graduate students into first-rate scientists who have originality and expertise in areas relevant to today's world and who are lifelong learners in constantly changing fields of science.
  • Statistics (M.S., Ph.D.) at Purdue is a 21st century statistics program department that prides itself in education, research and community engagement. The department has a historically strong presence in theoretical, applied and interdisciplinary statistics, with faculty leading the way in cutting-edge research.
  • Many Multidisciplinary Research Opportunities


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