Concentrations

A graduate concentration constitutes a coherent program of study requiring additional breadth or considerable depth of knowledge. A concentration may refer to a subfield within a discipline, or to an interdepartmental and/or interdisciplinary area of knowledge. Concentrations appear on academic transcripts.

Some concentrations (major-based) are only open to a student majoring in the offering department. Other concentrations (floating) are open to students in a broad range of majors. Both types are listed here, with the eligible programs listed below each concentration.

Accountancy

Acting

Actuarial Science

Advanced Analytics

Advanced Clinical

African American Studies

Analytics

Animal Sciences

Applied Statistics

Astrochemistry

Bioengineering

Biomechanics

Business Data Analytics

Business and Public Policy

Cancer Nanotechnology

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Choral Music

Civic Leadership

Computational Engineering

Computational Science and Engineering

Computer Science

Corporate Governance and International Business

Corporate Law, Commercial Law, and Trade

Crafts

Criminal Law

Crop Sciences

Data Analytics in Accountancy

Design and Technology

Digital Libraries

Ecology, Ethology & Evolution

Educational Administration and Leadership

Energy Systems

English

Finance

Food Science

Geography and Geographic Information Sciences

Global Studies in Education

Graphic Design

Greek

Higher Education

Human Nutrition

Human Resource Development

Industrial Design

Information Technology and Control

Instrumental Conducting (Band)

Instrumental Conducting (Orch)

Instrumental Conducting (Wind Band)

Intellectual Property and Technology Law

International and Comparative Law

Jazz Performance

Justice, Democracy, and Legal Rights

Latin

Leadership and Social Change

Library and Information Science

Mathematics

Medieval Studies

Metals

Music Composition

Music Theory

Musicology

Painting

Performance and Literature

Photography

Piano Pedagogy

Policy Economics

Printmaking

Professional Science Master’s

Railway Engineering

Real Estate

Regulation, Sustainability, and Compliance

Romance Linguistics

Sciences

Sculpture

Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education

Social Studies

Spanish Linguistics

Spanish Literatures & Cultures

Structures

Supply Chain Management

Taxation

U.S. Legal Practice Skills

Writing Studies

Vocal Coaching & Accompanying