Yale University specializes in a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs. Its most popular programs include business, law, medicine, and engineering.
This University is one of the oldest universities in the United States. It was founded in 1701 by a group of ministers who wanted to create a college that would prepare young men for the ministry. The university has grown considerably since its early days, with over 12,000 students currently enrolled at the New Haven campus alone. Yale offers more than 300 undergraduate courses of study, as well as over 100 master’s degree programs and 80 doctoral programs across multiple schools.
University offers undergraduate degrees in more than 50 fields of study at its flagship New Haven campus and through its other locations around the world. Many students choose to major in political science or economics while still others focus on art history or music theory. The university also offers many dual-degree programs that allow students to earn two bachelor’s degrees simultaneously by combining their interests into one specialized field of study. Some popular dual-degree options include public health/global affairs and molecular biophysics/medicine (MD).
Graduate programs at Yale are available through several different schools within the university: School of Public Health; School of Management; School of Music etc.
The university has many notable alumni including John Kerry, Hillary Clinton, Toni Morrison, John Ashcroft and Thomas Jefferson (who was an alumnus but did not graduate). The university offers liberal arts courses which allow students to study topics such as literature, philosophy and history among others. Students can also major in a variety of subjects including environmental studies, economics or political science among others depending on their interests and goals after graduation.