The Ph.D. program in Africana Studies provides a firm base for graduate students to create new and innovative knowledge within the discipline as well as develop cutting-edge scholarship that contributes to the broader academy and public life.
The American Studies master's degree program provides exposure to a wide range of social, cultural and political phenomena in the U.S., past and present. The program fosters critical thinking, an awareness of the connection between social justice and scholarship, and public engagement.
The graduate program provides training and research activities in a broad spectrum of applied mathematics. The breadth is one of the great strengths of the program and is further reflected in the courses we offer.
Graduate students receive a broad overview of the archaeology and art of the ancient Mediterranean, Egypt and the Near East, allowing them to develop particular research interests revolving around one or more of these complex cultures.
The signatures of Behavioral and Social Sciences training at Brown include health behavior interventions development and evaluation, and collaboration across disciplines and between researchers and communities.?
Students have opportunities to work with graduate biology faculty based on the Brown campus, at nearby hospitals affiliated with Brown's medical school and at the affiliated Marine Biology Laboratories in Woods Hole, Mass. Students have access to cutting-edge research instrumentation and core facilities.
The program offers a Ph.D. in Biotechnology and a combined M.D./Ph.D. for?students simultaneously enrolled in the medical school. The program is designed for students interested in a range of topics related to the field of biotechnology including drug and gene delivery, prosthetic devices, cancer therapeutics, vascular grafts, tissue engineering, disease diagnostic assays and bioartificial organs.
The graduate program is designed for students interested in a range of topics related to the field of biotechnology including drug and gene delivery, prosthetic devices, cancer therapeutics, vascular grafts, tissue engineering, disease diagnostic assays and bioartificial organs.
The graduate program in Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology is intended for highly qualified students who plan to pursue a career that includes research in the fields of ecology and environmental science, organismal biology and/or evolutionary biology.?
The graduate program in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry is an interdisciplinary, interdepartmental program that offers students excellent preparation for a career that includes research in biological and medical sciences.
The?Molecular?Pharmacology?and?Physiology?graduate program?offers students an intimate, congenial and collaborative learning environment that draws upon faculty experts from the life and physical science departments, as well as physician-scientists?at affiliated hospitals.
The Neuroscience graduate program promotes interdisciplinary research that crosses traditional discipline and department boundaries, while at the same time providing a strong foundation in the core concepts of neuroscience.?
The Ph.D. program in Biostatistics is designed to train independent investigators who will develop new quantitative methods and underlying theory, and make innovative applications to substantive and demanding scientific problems in public health, medicine, biology and the social sciences.
The graduate program in Chemistry offers exciting opportunities to pursue cutting–edge scientific research in physical, inorganic, organic, biological and nano chemistry. The department hosts numerous well–funded research projects that form the basis of graduate student dissertations.
Classics doctoral students have the opportunity to enrich their knowledge of many aspects of Greek and Latin literature, history and culture, as well as related fields, such as Sanskrit, archaeology and epigraphy.
The master's program in Clinical and Translational Research employs an interdisciplinary approach to create connections between disciplines and encourage creative, innovative approaches to tackle complex medical questions
The Center for Computational Molecular Biology (CCMB) offers Ph.D. degrees in Computational Biology to train the next generation of scientists to perform cutting edge research in the multidisciplinary field of Computational Biology.
Working?with faculty who are leaders in the field, our Ph.D. students?conduct cutting-edge research,?earning prestigious fellowships and awards.?After graduation,?they contribute widely to science, learning, culture and their communities.
The Department of Computer Science's master's program is suitable both for those who wish to improve their professional competence in computer science and for those who seek to prepare for further graduate study.
The Brown + RISD MADE program is an eleven-month, intensive residential masters program for those who aspire to work at the intersection of design and engineering. Our community thrives on experiential learning, working with diverse partners, expressing ideas through physical objects, and improving people's lives.
Brown's Master of Arts in Teaching program is a one–year program that aims to prepare critical, impactful and reflexive secondary teachers who demonstrate excellence in both their academic discipline and the multifaceted field of education.
The Department of Education offers a 12–month program to prepare students for a variety of professional careers and/or advanced study involving policy analysis, planning and development in urban public education.
Brown is one of the premier institutions for the study of Egyptology, Assyriology and the history of ancient science. Our Ph.D. students train in the foundational areas of our disciplines: the languages, literatures, history and material culture of Egypt and Mesopotamia in their wider environment.
The School of Engineering focuses on unique and innovative clustering of faculty. In research groups, engineers of all types team together with non-engineers to tackle some of the biggest problems facing engineering and science today.
The School of Engineering focuses on unique and innovative clustering of faculty. In terms of research groups, engineers of all types team together with non–engineers to tackle some of the biggest problems facing engineering and science today.
The Department of German Studies offers a Ph.D. program that both provides a coherent perspective on major developments in German literature, culture and critical thought in the modern period (1650 to the present) and affords students the opportunity to develop their own specialized interests in German Studies.
The Ph.D. program in Health Services Research seeks to develop research scientists experienced in the use of state–of–the–art research methods to investigate how people obtain access to health care, the components and impacts of health care costs, and what happens to patients as a result of care.
The Ph.D. program offers courses to help students advance their critical reading, research and writing skills as they increase familiarity with different approaches to the past, build comparative understanding of major historical developments and gain competence in the literature and sources of their fields of specialization.
Students in the Department of History of Art and Architecture are able to study in a wide array of areas including ancient, medieval, early modern (Renaissance, 17th and 18th centuries), modern, contemporary, East Asian, African and Latin American art and architecture, and history of photography.
The Italian Studies program offers students the opportunity to study the language, history and culture of Italy under the guidance of internationally renowned scholars in anthropology, history, history of art and architecture, literature and modern culture and media.
The Warren Alpert Physician-Scientist M.D./Ph.D. and Advanced Training Program prepares students for careers in translational research, where they can develop discoveries made in the lab into treatments for their patients.
Brown's Graduate Program in Medical Physics combines a rigorous curriculum, superb clinical settings, and unique focus on research training that prepares students for professional success. Faculty and staff are engaged and motivated to equip students with the knowledge and professional competencies that will make them competitive for medical physics residencies across the country.
The master of science in Medical Sciences at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University provides academically promising, motivated students with a pathway to careers in medicine and other health care fields.
The Ph.D. program prepares students to engage in rigorous and innovative scholarship and teaching in the theory, history and critical analysis of one or more media in ways that encompass diverse cultural contexts and historical periods.
Students in the Ph.D. program in Music and Multimedia Composition produce, analyze, and perform original works that may include the use of electronic music, acoustic composition and sound in combination with video, performance, installation and text.
The Ph. D. program is designed to provide strong support for students’ research. After devoting two years to coursework, students begin their research by conducting literature reviews under the supervision of faculty members, and by enrolling in a seminar intended to promote work aimed at publication.
One of the leading centers for graduate level study of the Portuguese-speaking world, Brown's Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies offers a Ph.D. in the language, literatures and cultures of the Portuguese–speaking world, with concentration on one or more of the following areas: continental and insular Portugal, Brazil, Lusophone Africa and Luso-America.
Our MPA program provides students with the analytical foundations, policy domain knowledge, field experience, interdisciplinary tools, and leadership skills they need to tackle today's most intractable problems.
The Master of Public Health program is dedicated to developing skilled professionals who are committed to improving the health of communities by translating rigorous scientific research into sound, evidence–based public health policy and practice.
The master's program in Public Humanities offers a dynamic interdisciplinary opportunity for students interested in careers in museums, historical societies, cultural planning agencies, heritage tourism, historic preservation and community arts programs.
The Department of Slavic Languages offers a comprehensive doctoral program in Slavic studies specializing in Russian literature and culture, in modern Czech culture and in Polish literature and culture.
We are looking for students who are committed to the development of their craft; the deep interrogation of the forms and purposes of their art, and of the place of art in the larger world; and a leaning into faithful transformation of society through theatrical action.