Claremont Graduate University

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Claremont Graduate University is like no other graduate-level university in the nation. Founded in 1925, CGU is an independent institution devoted entirely to graduate study.
At CGU, students are encouraged to pursue academic research agendas both within and across traditional curricular boundaries. As a member of The Claremont Colleges, a consortium of seven independent institutions, CGU is able to offer a greater breadth of faculty and campus resources than is typical of a university with 2,200 students.
Claremont Graduate University is classified by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education as R2: Doctoral Research University, Higher Research Activity. Many of our academic programs are practice-based, so students start working in their field even as they’re learning. Enrollment is limited and classes are small, so our scholars receive individualized mentorship that expands their vocational network and prepares them for remarkable careers.

  • No. of postgraduate students: 2,261

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Advanced Management Analytical Politics Applied Cognitive Psychology and Evaluation Applied Social Psychology Applied Women's Studies Archival Studies Art Art Business Arts Management Botany Community-Engaged Education & Social Change Computational & Applied Mathematics Cultural Studies Cybersecurity & Networking Data Science & Analytics Economics Education English Executive MBA Financial Engineering Geographic Information Systems Global Commerce & Finance Health Informatics History Human Resource Management Information Systems & Technology International Political Economy International Studies Islamic Studies IT Strategy & Innovation Management Mathematics MBA Music Music (Professional) Organizational Behavior and Evaluation Philosophy Politics Politics, Economics & Business Positive Developmental Psychology and Evaluation Positive Human Resource Development Positive Organizational Psychology and Evaluation Public Health Public Policy Public Policy & Evaluation Religion Religion & American Politics Statistical Sciences Women's Studies in Religion
Applied Cognitive Psychology Basic & Applied Social Psychology Botany Church Music Computational Science Cultural Studies Economics Education Education Engineering & Industrial Applied Mathematics English Evaluation & Applied Research Methods Health Promotion Sciences History Information Systems & Technology International Studies Mathematics Music Musicology Organizational Behavior Politics and Government Positive Developmental Psychology Positive Organizational Psychology Public Health Religion Urban Leadership

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