Graduate Studies

As a graduate student in the College of Science, you will learn to become innovators and scientific leaders, conducting research alongside world-renowned faculty. 

The College of Science offers post-baccalaureate degrees from five departments (Applied Computational Mathematics and Statistics, Biological Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Mathematics, and Physics) and interdisciplinary graduate programs in Integrated Biomedical Sciences and in Biophysics. An International Ph.D. in Science is available through our partnership with three other distinguished universities: Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy), KU Leuven (Belgium), and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile).

Want to immediately apply your knowledge and skills in the workplace? Now more than ever, there is an urgency for talented scientists like you. You can fulfil this need by enrolling in an innovative, one-year professional master's program.

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Graduate Programs

Graduate students conduct cutting-edge research and are trained to become scientific leaders in their chosen field.

Graduate Programs

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Centers & Institutes

The University of Notre Dame’s College of Science is home to more than 20 centers and institutes, each dedicated to the collaborative research necessary to answer age-old questions and address today’s complex problems.

Centers & Institutes

Disease Detectives

Graduate student researchers partner with the county health department to track down mosquitoes

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