THE TUFTS EXPERIENCE
As a graduate or professional student at Tufts, you are a member of a close-knit, supportive and collegial family of students and faculty, spanning across three unique campus communities.
At its core, the Tufts experience focuses on the value of teaching and mentoring students in their research endeavors, working together to ensure our students' success.
Through coursework, field experience, independent or collaborative research and serving the broader community, our graduate and professional students enter the job market having already experienced success in their respective fields and are prepared to apply what they have learned here at Tufts.
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS)
Offers master's and doctoral degree programs and advanced degrees and certifications for students interested in the arts, natural sciences, social sciences and humanities.
School of Engineering
Offers master's and doctoral degree programs, as well as a M.S. in Engineering Management offered through Tufts Gordon Institute.
The Fletcher School
The oldest graduate-only school for international relations in the United States, offering master's and doctoral degree programs in 22 fields of study.
Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences
Offers doctoral and master's degrees in biomedical research disciplines and in clinical and translational sciences
Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy
The oldest and largest graduate school of nutrition in the United States, offering master's and doctoral degrees and online graduate certificate programs in nutrition science and food and nutrition policy
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
New England's only veterinary school, offering a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, three master's and one Ph.D. program, as well as several combined degree programs.
School of Dental Medicine
The nation's second largest dental school, offering a four-year predoctoral program leading to a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree (D.M.D.), as well as postgraduate and specialty programs in 12 areas of study.
School of Medicine
Offers professional degrees in medicine; doctoral and master's degrees in public health; master's degrees and certificates in health communication, pain studies, and biopharma; master's degrees in biomedical sciences; and master's degrees in medical sciences (physician assistant).
IN THE NEWS
Economic Development with a Dash of Haute Couture
Fletcher Women's Leadership Award winner Amanda Judge, F09, built a thriving company that benefits rural artisans in Ecuador and Vietnam
From Tufts to 5G
Tufts electrical engineering professor Mai Vu and Ph.D. student Lisa Pinals are making the next generation of cellular networks faster, clearer and more power efficient.
CSI: Animal Abuse
A Cummings student comes up with forensic tools that help distinguish between accidental and deliberate injuries
Help for a Clinic's Helpers
Dental students become mentors to kids from Madison Park, a technical vocational high school in Boston
Learning to Look
Master's of Public Health students get an eye-opening lesson thanks to an urban scavenger hunt
The Fletcher School's big footprint in a small nation creates a network of leaders who think in new ways
New Digs for the Spadefoot Toad
The rarest amphibian in Massachusetts is getting a tour of potential Cape Cod habitats
Melissa Bailey oversees the standards that shape a burgeoning $35 billion industry
Science to the People
Tufts Institute for Innovation symposium for students links research to community engagement
The Doctor and His Soccer Team
Mattia Chason, A07, M14, ventured to Africa to care for children at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital, but formed some of his strongest bonds on a dusty playing field
Eliot-Pearson's Christine McWayne and Jayanthi Mistry, and their Ph.D. students unite teachers and parents for a new kind of preschool experience.
An App for Your Pets
Cummings student heads to veterinary business plan competition with startup idea for tracking animal care
A medical student from a lobstering family takes on the challenge of bringing effective health care to the community that raised her
Meeting the Challenges of Special Needs Dentistry
People with developmental disabilities often suffer from poor oral health, but at Tufts they have an ally
New course educates dentists and hygienists in tandem
A Load Off Your Mind
Engineering professors are devising a brain scanner that will sense when you're going into information overload
Finding the Next Famine
Christopher Hillbruner, N07, and his team monitor the globe to predict the world's coming food crises
Body by Smartphone
There are thousands of mobile apps on the market aimed at diet and fitness. Can they really make us healthier?
Growing the Stuff of Life
A Tufts research center uses silk to cultivate organ tissues in the lab
Keeping Bees Healthy
Graduate student research projects seek ways to help the pollinators survive in a perilous world
Better Chances for Beached Dolphins
Veterinary student's research could improve survival rates for stranded animals
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