Office of Graduate Admissions
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Office of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
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Office of the School of Engineering
Phone: (617) 627-3237
As a Tufts graduate student, you’ll learn from and work side-by-side with faculty who are world-class researchers and leading scholars in their fields. Our collegial environment fosters collaboration, as well as opportunities to be involved in meaningful and rigorous interdisciplinary exploration and research.
Designed by our expert faculty and industry professionals, these new programs will provide you with the skills needed to be a leader and innovator in an increasingly complex world.
Complete your master's degree in as little as one year, or earn a degree at your own pace with our part-time master's program.
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Tailored to fit the schedule of a working professional, Tufts’ part-time professional master’s programs will help you advance your career. Using a trimester format, these part-time programs allow working professionals to work full-time while attending courses during the evening, on the weekends, and/or online. Students are eligible for tuition scholarships from the university.
Conveniently located just a few miles from downtown Boston, our Medford/Somerville campus is easily accessible via public transportation and has ample parking available, making it ideal for commuting to and from work or other professional opportunities.
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Tufts' new M.S. program in offshore wind energy engineering is preparing Roan Gideon and classmates for careers in the growing global offshore wind industry.
Students in the Offshore Wind Energy Engineering M.S. program receive world-class training in wind policy, technical applications, and project management to prepare them for jobs in global industry, academia, and the public sector. Graduate students combine classroom teaching and hands-on learning to earn a degree that leaves them primed for success in the field.
At Tufts School of Engineering, students are innovating and creating new technology to improve health, increase sustainability, and educate future leaders in our increasingly interconnected global community.
Engineering graduate students combine classroom teaching and hands-on learning to earn a degree that prepares them for success in their field.
Check out the graduate student profiles to learn more about their research at Tufts.