Across a wide range of doctoral, master’s and medical degree programs, students and faculty work together to shape rigorous, research-based experiences that respect and develop each student’s interests and ideas in ways that ultimately advance the trajectory of their careers.

Graduate education plays a central role in Brown’s mission. More than 3,000 graduate and medical students comprise approximately one quarter of the University’s total student population. They contribute in significant and enduring ways to teaching, research and the advancement of knowledge across the disciplines.

Doctoral and Master’s Programs

Brown offers 51 doctoral programs and 33 master’s programs across the life and physical sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.

Degrees in Medicine

Brown’s renowned Warren Alpert Medical School offers an integrated medical curriculum alongside immersive clinical experiences, as well as combined master's and doctoral degree programs in leading health and policy areas of societal impact.

Executive Master’s Programs for Professionals

Designed to advance the careers of accomplished professionals from across the globe, an executive MBA and executive master’s degrees in healthcare leadership, science and technology leadership, and cybersecurity are offered through the School of Professional Studies.