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See below for a full list of graduate and professional programs at Tufts.

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Master’s Programs

 Art and Art History  History
 Art History and Museum Studies  History and Museum Studies
 Art Education  Mathematics
 Biology  Museum Education
 Chemistry  Music
 Child Development  Occupational Therapy
 Classical Archaeology  Philosophy
 Classics  Physics
 Drama  Psychology
 Economics  Public Policy
 Education  School Psychology
 English  Studio Art
 French  Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

Doctoral Programs

Biology English
Chemistry History
Chemistry-Biotechnology Interdisciplinary Doctorate
Chemistry-Chemical Physics Mathematics
Child Development Physics
Drama Physics-Chemical Physics
Education Psychology

School of Engineering

Graduate Degree Programs

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine  

In addition to the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree, the Cummings school also offers:

Combined Graduate Degree

Stand-alone Graduate Degree Programs

School of Dental Medicine

In addition to the Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree, the School of Dental Medicine also offers:

Pre-Doctoral Programs

Special Fellowship Programs

The Fletcher School

Graduate Degree Programs

Ph.D. Program

Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy

Master of Science Programs in the Department of Nutrition Science

Master’s Programs in the Department of Food and Nutrition Policy

Doctoral Programs

Tufts School of Medicine


Public Health

Professional Programs


Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences

Ph.D. Programs

MS Programs


Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service

Student Programs: The Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service is a national leader in civic education, whose model and research are setting the standard for higher education’s role in civic engagement. Serving every student at Tufts University, Tisch College prepares young people to be lifelong active citizens and creates an enduring culture of active citizenship.

Tisch College Programming: Tisch College offers and supports extensive programming for every member of the Tufts community. Curricular and co-curricular opportunities develop the knowledge and skills of active citizenship among students from every school at Tufts. Additionally, Tisch College supports faculty research in the area of civic engagement, builds capacity to meet community-identified needs among local non-profits, and supports other institutions of higher education around the world in strengthening their active citizenship offerings.  Based on Tufts Medford/Somerville campus, Tisch College is active in the communities in which Tufts facilities are based -Medford, Somerville, Boston’s Chinatown and Grafton – as well as in projects based across the United States and around the globe.