Are you Interested in joining a new profession or enhancing the knowledge and experience
you already possess? Whatever your dreams, the University of Memphis can help you
achieve them! At the U of M, you will find a comprehensive array of academic programs,
outstanding faculty, and a supportive environment conducive to graduate study and
research. As a major urban research university, the U of M enrolls more than 4,500
graduate students in more than 80 programs, many of which are ranked among the best
in the nation.
Master's degree programs are offered in 54 areas through six colleges and three schools.The
Doctor of Philosophy degree is offered in 19 areas through the College of Arts and
Sciences; Fogelman College of Business and Economics; College of Communication and
Fine Arts; the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences; Herff College of Engineering;
the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and the School of Public Health.
The degrees of Doctor of Audiology, Doctor of Education, and Doctor of Musical Arts
are awarded by the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the College of
Education, Health and Human Sciences, and the College of Communication and Fine Arts,
respectively. The College of Education, Health and Human Sciences also awards the
degree of Education Specialist.
For a complete listing of all degree programs and certificate programs, click here. For information pertaining to specific program requirements, check out on-line Graduate Catalog.
GRADUATION DEADLINES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015
Do you want to earn your Bachelors degree and your Master's degree in only five years?
Click here to learn more about our Accelerated Bachelors/Masters programs.
Graduate Student Recruitment Fair
November 12, 2014
1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
University Center Ballroom
Active Student Research
In the news: Employers' needs driving graduate school enrollees in Memphis. Read about it here.
In the news: "Graduate Student Completes Internship in Safety Training for Immigrant Dairy Workers" Master’s candidate Taylor Arnold completed a summer internship program aimed at improving
the health and safety of immigrant dairy workers.
In the news: The University of Memphis responds to the results of the National Assessment of Doctoral
Programs, published by the National Research Council. Read the press release here.
In the news: Four University of Memphis graduate students weigh-in on the trend of women leaving
the workplace in favor of attending Graduate School. See the video here.
Planning research that involves human subjects? Visit the Institutional Review Board site for information and guidelines!