The Binghamton University Graduate School provides application fee waivers to LSAMP undergraduates.
The Graduate School has 13 doctoral STEM programs including:
- Behavioral Neuroscience, PhD
- Biological Sciences, MS, PhD
- Biomedical Anthropology, MA
- Biomedical Engineering, MS, PhD
- Chemistry, MS, PhD
- Computer Science, MS, PhD
- Electrical & Computer Engineering, MS, PhD
- Geological Sciences, MS, PhD
- Industrial & Systems Engineering, MS, PhD
- Materials Science & Engineering, MS, PhD
- Mathematics, MA, PhD
- Mechanical Engineering, MS, PhD
- Physics, MS, PhD
- Systems Science, MS, PhD
Binghamton University offers both general and specialized fellowship opportunities. Underrepresented minorities applying to The Graduate School should also apply for the Clifford D. Clark Graduate Fellowship for Diversity. Clark Fellowships are awarded based on merit and are designed to recruit and support students who contribute to student body diversity within each Clark Fellow’s individual program. For full details, including procedures for nomination, stipend levels, award period and more, visit the Clark Fellowship web page.
LSAMP undergraduates should apply for the State University New York Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Bridge to Doctorate (SUNY LSAMP BD) program at Binghamton University, is slated to begin in August 2011, pending NSF funding.
For more information and a full listing of all of the graduate programs offered at Binghamton University visit the Graduate School.
Have an interest that may involve several graduate programs?
The Graduate Dean may approve a proposal to construct an interdisciplinary doctoral program that does not fit into an existing degree plan and that may involve several graduate programs with faculty from more than one department or school.