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  • Cornell's one-year professional Master of Engineering degree program offers thorough coverage of the topics important to the field of electrical engin... more >

  • The goal of our program is to educate and introduce the students to the fascination of this scientific area, as well as provide them with the tools ne... more >

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  • Students in Romance Studies select a major in an area of linguistics (French, Italian, Romance, or Spanish linguistics) or in an area of literature (French, Italian, or Spanish literature) and choose a minor in one or two other areas from any field. more >

  • Current areas of advanced research focus on the molecular structure and the mechanical, electrical, and optical properties of materials that are constructed from ceramics, electronic materials, polymers, and metals. Synthesis of those materials is empha... more >

  • Lesbian, Bisexual and Gay Studies examines the social construction of sexuality and the significance accorded to sexual behavior in the organization o... more >

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  • Cornell University and the ILR School are world-renowned global institutions that have earned a reputation for excellence. Our highly regarded graduate degree programs provide a broad-based foundation with a specific, intense focus on the interaction be... more >

  • The Field of Comparative Literature at Cornell offers a Ph.D. more >

  • Cornell's graduate program in Communication has three focus areas: science, media, and technology. Science How do people with considerably different levels of expertise communicate with each other? This question is a central concern of this concen... more >

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  • Our graduate program offers a unique programmatic focus on social change. Rooted substantively in classical sociological theory, we examine a wide range of issues concerning processes and practices of social transformation both domestically and internat... more >

  • This program is designed for students whose career goals require only the M.A. degree, as well as for those who want to continue in a major Ph.D. more >

  • For an application, visit the Graduate School's website at Cornell University. more >

  • Cornell is a national center of learning located in Ithaca, New York, the heart of the Finger Lakes region of New York State. The law school's small classes, broad curriculum and distinguished faculty, combined with the advantages of being part of one o... more >

  • The program prepares students for careers in academic life, primarily in psychology, sociology, or human development; in research programs of governmental agencies at various levels; and in a range of programs in community agencies and private enterpris... more >

  • Students in Romance Studies select a major in an area of linguistics (French, Italian, Romance, or Spanish linguistics) or in an area of literature (French, Italian, or Spanish literature) and choose a minor in one or two other areas from any field. more >

  • History (African history; American history; ancient history; ancient Greek history; ancient Roman history; early modern European history; English history; French history; German history; history of science; Korean history; Latin American history; mediev... more >

  • Nuclear science and engineering is concerned with the understanding, development, and application of nuclear reactions and radiations. It includes reactor physics, nuclear power, plasma physics, thermonuclear fusion, electron and ion beam physics, neutr... more >

  • The Theatre Arts program focuses on theatre scholarship and pedagogy, with the goal of preparing students for careers as teachers and scholars. more >

  • Cornell offers two graduate programs in statistics: the MS/PhD and PhD programs. more >

  • Faculty members in this field have research interests that range from molecular genetics to developmental and evolutionary genetics. more >

  • Economics (applied economics; econometrics and economic statistics; economic development and planning; economic history; economic systems; economic th... more >

  • Field crop science covers a wide spectrum, from field-scale applied projects to cell physiology and biotechnology. Studies seek to improve crop productivity and quality, both nationally and internationally, and to identify physiological factors that cou... more >

  • The LL.M. program is intended primarily for students holding a foreign law degree who are seeking to gain basic knowledge of U.S. law as well as knowledge in a specialized field. The J.S.D. is intended primarily for the student who wants to become a leg... more >

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