University of Notre Dame: Notre Dame, Indiana

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  • Increase the value of your science or engineering degree. Notre Dame’s new Master of Science in Patent Law will teach you the... more >

  • The two-year interdisciplinary MA program in early Christian studies is sponsored jointly by the departments of classics and theology, with the partic... more >

  • The Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Notre Dame is a two-year degree program centered around workshops in poetry and fiction and offering li... more >

  • The master of theological studies is specifically designed to train graduate students for future doctoral work in the various disciplines with... more >

  • Research activity in the Department of Electrical Engineering can be broadly divided into two areas: electronic circuits and systems - communications systems, control systems, signal and image processing; electronic materials and devices - nanoelectroni... more >

  • Algebra; Algebraic Geometry; Applied Mathematics; Complex Analysis; Differential Geometry; Logic; Partial Differential Equations; Topology... more >

  • The Medieval Institute coordinates the teaching and research of the largest contingent of medievalists of any North American university. more >

  • The program is designed to afford lawyers an opportunity to engage in special study and research in international human rights law. more >

  • The University of Notre Dame and the Indiana University School of Medicine offer a joint MD/PhD degree for exceptional students interested in academic... more >

  • Chemistry research programs include organic synthesis and methodology development, natural product synthesis, bioorganic chemistry, biochemistry, mole... more >

  • The master of arts is a terminal degree for individuals who desire advanced theological training. more >

  • Current research emphasizes five distinct areas. They are: computing systems in emergent technologies, algorithms and the theory of computation, prototyping computationally demanding applications, systems and networks software, and computer vision and p... more >

  • The University of Notre Dame developed a joint engineering (master of engineering) and law (juris doctor) program in 1995 to meet the increasing need... more >

  • Areas of current research include: applied mathematics; biological materials; bioseparations; catalysis and surface science; ceramic materials; chemical reaction engineering; combustion synthesis of materials; drug delivery systems; ecological modeling;... more >

  • The Department of English provides a program that combines a grounding in literary history with studies in a range of theoretical, methodological and interdisciplinary approaches, including philosophical, theological, historical and sociological perspec... more >

  • Professional ministry in the Catholic Church continues to expand and develop in new and exciting ways. more >

  • Current research efforts are within the four main graduate specialties of structural engineering and structural mechanics, water resources, bioengineering, and geological sciences. more >

  • The quantitative area emphasizes a wide range of topics, including traditional analysis of variance and regression, mixture modeling, longitudinal ana... more >

  • The Law School draws its inspiration from two different ancient traditions. In the tradition of English and American common it is a university law sch... more >

  • The Program in the History and Philosophy of Sciences offers courses over a wide range of topics in the history of science, from medieval natural phil... more >

  • Cross-departmental PhD program that organizes research and training thematically rather than according to traditional department... more >

  • The Notre Dame Philosophy department is a place where all major philosophical viewpoints and approaches are respected and given serious attention. more >

  • The developmental program studies the development of individuals and contexts (e.g., family, schools, and community) and how the two interrelate. A li... more >

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