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About Dartmouth Graduate Students

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The typical graduate program is a small, personalized unit of faculty and students. Close research collaboration and instruction at the seminar level predominate. Dartmouth has made important changes in order that graduate students avoid over-specialization and develop a general competence in several areas within the discipline before proceeding to thesis research.

Dartmouth graduate students are enrolled in 16 programs leading to the Ph.D., 3 specialized programs, and 7 masters programs. See a full list of Dartmouth Graduate Programs.

Dartmouth Graduate Students develop their skills in the following areas:

  • Strong research and analytical skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Ability to frame problems and thus problem solve
  • Learn quickly
  • Computer skills
  • Work collaboratively
  • Teaching and presenting

If you are interested in recruiting Dartmouth Arts and Sciences Graduate Students, please contact Kerry Landers by phone at (603) 646-1743 or e-mail: Kerry.Landers@Dartmouth.edu.

Last Updated: 10/26/10