Princeton University Graduate School
Located in Central New Jersey, halfway between New York City and Philadelphia, Princeton offers outstanding doctoral education in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, architecture, engineering, and public affairs, and a select number of interdisciplinary areas. Princeton awards professional master’s degrees in architecture (M.Arch.), engineering (one-year coursework–only M.Eng.; two-year coursework-and-thesis M.S.E.), public policy (two-year M.P.A. and one-year M.P.P.), and finance (M.Fin.) for those who hope to be exceptional practitioners of their field.
Over 95% of all Princeton graduate students receive full financial support (full tuition and fees, and a maintenance stipend or assistantship) for the academic year from either Princeton or outside sources, and all doctoral students are eligible to receive summer support for all summers of their regular degree program.
The Graduate School is particularly committed to identifying, enrolling, and graduating students from groups that are historically underrepresented in research doctoral programs.