Graduate education at the University of Michigan is a shared enterprise. The Rackham Graduate School works together with faculty in the schools and colleges of the University to provide more than 180 graduate degree programs and to sustain a dynamic intellectual climate within which graduate students thrive.
The Rackham Graduate School works with faculty, students and staff across the University of Michigan to promote excellence in graduate education for over 8,300 students who are enrolled in Rackham degree programs.
A listing of Rackham programs, their contact information and application deadlines.
The University of Michigan offers a remarkably broad and rigorous array of graduate degree programs that are among the very best in the country in each field of study. In order to make the activity and culture of graduate programs more visible, we provide basic statistics about the Ph.D. programs at the University of Michigan.
The Rackham Graduate School sponsors an ongoing program of interdisciplinary graduate student and faculty workshops.
The Rackham Graduate School has a long tradition of supporting interdisciplinary scholarship and conversation. Building on that tradition, the Graduate School, through the establishment of these meetings, seeks to provide a visible and viable venue to address topics of interdisciplinary and global importance.