Fields of Study

The Graduate School at Princeton University awards more than 300 advanced degrees annually across 45 departments and programs. Our degree programs are housed within four divisions: humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and engineering. As part of the graduate experience, the University also offers certificates, interdepartmental programs, and established joint-degree offerings that cross disciplinary boundaries. Learn more about our program offerings.

Departments & Programs Program Offerings
African American Studies
Certificate

This certificate does not appear on transcripts.

Ancient World
Interdepartmental Program
Architecture
Ph.D.
,
M.Arch.
Art and Archaeology
Ph.D.
Classical Philosophy
Certificate

This certificate does not appear on transcripts.

Classics
Ph.D.
Comparative Literature
Ph.D.
Computational Science and Engineering
Certificate
Digital Humanities
Certificate
East Asian Studies
Ph.D.
Effron Center for the Study of America
Interdepartmental Program

The

Interdepartmental Program
program is not currently accepting applications.

English
Ph.D.
French and Italian
Ph.D.
German
Ph.D.
Hellenic Studies
Certificate
Interdisciplinary Humanities (IHUM)
Joint Degree
Italian Studies
Certificate

This certificate does not appear on transcripts.

Latin American Studies
Certificate
Media and Modernity
Certificate

This certificate does not appear on transcripts.

Medieval Studies
Interdepartmental Program
Music Composition
Ph.D.
Musicology
Ph.D.
Near Eastern Studies
Ph.D.
,
M.A.

The

M.A.
program is not currently accepting applications.

Philosophy
Ph.D.
Political Philosophy
Interdepartmental Program
Religion
Ph.D.
Renaissance and Early Modern Studies
Interdepartmental Program
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Ph.D.
Spanish and Portuguese
Ph.D.
Statistics and Machine Learning
Certificate