Columbia University - Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
Dr. Carlos J. Alonso, Dean
Renee Schwarz, Director of Admissions Operations
Although most students apply directly to PhD programs, many departments offer non-sequential MA programs. All PhD degrees awarded by Columbia University are granted by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
M.A. only: African-American Studies, American Studies, Biotechnology, Climate & Society, Computer Science, Conservation Biology, Dental Sciences, East Asia: Regional Studies, Global French Studies, Global Thought, Hispanic Cultural Studies, History & Literature, Human Rights Studies, Islamic Studies, Japanese Pedagogy, Jewish Studies, Journalism, Latin America & the Caribbean: Regional Studies, Mathematics (with specialization in Mathematics in Finance), Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Modern Art: Critical & Curatorial Studies, Modern European Studies, Museum Anthropology, Oral History, Philosophical Foundations of Physics, Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences, Russia Eurasia & Eastern Europe: Regional Studies, Russian Translation, South Asian Studies.
M.A., Ph.D.: Anthropology, Applied Physics & Applied Mathematics, Art History & Archaeology, Classical Studies, Classics, East Asian Languages & Cultures, English & Comparative Literature, French & Romance Philology, Germanic Languages, History, Italian, Middle Eastern & South Asian & African Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, Slavic Cultures, Slavic Languages, Sociology, Statistics.
DUAL DEGREES: Earth & Environmental Science Journalism; International & World History (M.A./M.S.); J.D./Ph.D.; M.D./Ph.D.; Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences (M.A./M.P.A.), Religion-Journalism (M.A./M.S.)
Office of Graduate Admissions
535 W. 116th St.
MC 4303, 107 Low Library
New York, NY, 10027
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