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A Joint Degree Program (JDP) is a specified combination of degree programs or degree types in which a student is enrolled in two graduate degree programs concurrently. JDPs are developed and proposed by the relevant academic units with agreement of the deans of the schools affected.
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Graduate students interested in pursuing a joint graduate program in Computer Science and Law can apply to a joint degree program between the two academic units. The program is designed for students interesting in obtaining both a JD and a PhD. In addition to being admitted to both programs, students must apply to the joint program by.
If you have not yet enrolled in any program at Stanford, you may apply for admission to both the Department of Sociology and Stanford Law School simultaneously. Be sure to note your interest in a joint degree on applications to both related programs. Once you've been admitted to both programs, you may petition for joint degree status.
Joint Degree Programs with the Stanford Law School The Department of Economics and the Stanford Law School offer a joint program leading to either a J.D. degree combined with an M.A. degree in Economics or to a J.D. degree combined with a Ph.D. in Economics.
PhD in Health Policy. Stanford Health Policy, through the Department of Health Research and Policy at the Stanford University School of Medicine, offers a PhD program which promises to educate students who will be scholarly leaders in the field of health policy, and will be highly knowledgeable about the theoretical and empirical approaches that can be applied in the development of.
Students who are currently enrolled in a Stanford PhD or professional program in another Department may be granted a Master of Arts in Psychology. In such cases, admission to the MA is considered by the faculty on a case-by-case basis.
Knight-Hennessy Scholars develops a community of future global leaders to address complex challenges through collaboration and innovation. Every year, up to 100 high-achieving students from around the world will receive full funding to pursue any graduate degree at Stanford, including the DMA, JD, MA, MBA, MD, MFA, MS, and PhD programs, as well as joint- and dual-degrees.
All of our doctoral programs are designed to develop outstanding educational researchers who have a deep understanding of the scientific, practical and policy issues they study. All require full-time study, and we promise five years of full-time financial support for every student we admit. Our doctoral programs are small, typically ranging from about 25 to 35 new students a year.
You must apply separately, and be admitted, to both the Stanford Law School (SLS) and Stanford GSB. If you are currently a JD student, you only need to submit your application to Stanford GSB for the MBA Program. Conversely, if you are currently an MBA student, you only need to submit your application to SLS for the JD Program.
The goal of the GSE PhD program is to prepare the next generation of leading education researchers. The cornerstone of the doctoral experience at the Stanford Graduate School of Education is the research apprenticeship that all students undertake, typically under the guidance of their academic advisor but often with other Stanford faculty as well.
The program melds two already ongoing successful endeavors, the JD degree at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law and the PhD in Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychology, thus further enhancing Drexel University’s leadership in multidisciplinary education.
Stanford MSTP students who are interested in PhD programs within the biomedical sciences, including those within the School of Medicine, the School of Humanities and Sciences (Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Physics), and the School of Engineering (Bioengineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and more).
In light of the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, Stanford reaffirms its commitment to perform individualized, holistic review of each applicant to its graduate and professional programs. We recognize that students may have faced significant challenges during the period of disruption caused by the pandemic, and we will take such individual circumstances into account during.
Morgan N. Weiland is an attorney and PhD candidate at Stanford University specializing in speech, press, and technology law and ethics. She is in the process of completing the first joint degree program between Stanford Law School, where she received her JD in 2015, and Stanford’s Communication Department, where she is a PhD candidate.
Welcome to the Stanford MSTP MD-PhD program where you will find a rich environment and unparalleled opportunities for developing a career dedicated to biomedical research. You may already be familiar with Stanford's tradition and reputation for academic excellence, scientific innovation, and stunning environment; in addition, there are some very special aspects to the program.
Combined J.D. and Ph.D. Degrees It is possible for a student to work simultaneously toward a degree in Jurisprudence and Social Policy and the professional law degree, the J.D. Separate admission to each program is required. Students who are pursuing both the J.D. and the Ph.D. degrees are expected to fulfill all of the separate requirements of the J.D. program and the Ph.D. program in.
Workshops and colloquium do not count towards the Ph.D. minor. The program must be approved by a Sociology adviser and filed with the Sociology student services office. While there is not a formal application process, candidates must submit a short statement of purpose (2 pages), and a completed Application for Ph.D. Minor form to the Sociology student services office.