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Graduate Study

Selecting a Program

Tufts Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences brings to bear all the resources of Tufts University—a vibrant research institution with a rigorous intellectual culture. Offering more than 22 doctoral programs and 30 master's degree programs – from Art History to Physics – and opportunities to teach and mentor some of the brightest undergraduates in the country.

Tufts Plus Program
If you are a current Tufts undergraduate interested in a Graduate School of Arts and Sciences master's program, you may be eligible for the Tufts Plus degree program. Benefits include: tuition scholarships, streamlined application process, GRE requirement is waived, and only two letters of recommendation are required.

Fletcher Degree Programs
The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy offers a range of professional degrees in international affairs. The Tufts IR Program interviewed Laurie Hurley, Director of Admissions at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, on the IR graduate school application process and characteristics of Fletcher's programs. Learn about the IR graduate school application process and characteristics of Fletcher's programs.

Fletcher BA/MALD Combined Degree Program
The combined bachelor's (BA/BS) and MALD degree program provides an opportunity for a limited number of highly qualified Tufts undergraduates to earn both the bachelor's degree in their selected major and the MALD degree upon completion of a total of five to six years of study.

The Fletcher School Map Your Future Program
Are you a senior interested in attending the Fletcher School a few years after graduation? If so, you have the option of applying to the Map Your Future Program which guarantees admitted applicants a place in the MALD or MIB programs after completing two to three years of professional work experience in a Fletcher-approved position.

Tufts Career Center Graduate School Resources
Is graduate school right for you? What criteria should you look at when choosing a graduate program? Look no further than the Tufts Career Center! Check out their website and/or schedule an appointment with a career advisor.

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