Report from the FieldWhere Theory Meets PracticeArchaeology Ph.D. student Zachary Silvia travels to Uzbekistan to map ancient Central Asian settlementRead more
Cutting-edge ResearchThe Future of EnergyPhysics Professor David Schaffner is researching new ways to harness the power of fusion energyRead more
HumanitiesGraduate ScholarshipMark Castro (Ph.D. candidate, History of Art) co-curates exhbition on Mexican Modernism at Philadelphia Museum of ArtRead more
InnovationDigital HumanitiesClassics' PhD student Daniel Crosby contributes to online archives of 15th-century incunabulaRead More
In the MediaThe Math behind Climate ChangeMath Professor Victor Donnay scripts TED Ed video explaining how mathematical models can predict the future of climate changeRead more
Report from the FieldWhere Theory Meets PracticeZiva Myer Mentors Women and Minority Students to Achieve Success in Graduate Math ProgramsRead more
MentoringGraduate Students Serve as Valuable MentorsBryn Mawr’s liberal arts focus and small classes create the perfect environment for mentorship to flourish.Read more
Graduate Education in a Liberal Arts Environment
Founded in 1885, Bryn Mawr College was the first U.S. institution to grant the Ph.D. to women. Today, women and men in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences pursue research in graduate programs of international reputation.
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in 6 distinguished departments:
Small and Selective
This co-educational graduate school of about 100 students is kept deliberately small and selective to provide a first-class educational experience for all students while facilitating flexibility, creativity and innovation in ways that are unique among higher educational institutions.
Interdisciplinary and Collaborative
A hallmark of graduate studies at Bryn Mawr involves distinctive interdisciplinary collaboration, for which the Graduate Group in Archaeology, Classics and History of Art received a National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant.
The Graduate Group in Science and Mathematics fosters interdisciplinary thinking in the sciences and provides for a unique interdisciplinary approach to professional development for Ph.D. students.