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The mission of the School of Graduate Studies is to offer high quality, accredited graduate education in diverse and interdisciplinary areas of study, while upholding highest ethical and educational standards with regard to serving and supporting our graduate students, faculty, and staff.

  • EDUCATION: to enhance and advance outstanding educational experiences for all members of the university and the adjacent community through excellence in graduate education;
  • INNOVATION: to encourage and support excellence and innovation in advanced teaching and research, creative and scholarly work;
  • LEADERSHIP: to recruit and train the next generation of highly educated leaders from diverse backgrounds to serve and lead in society.



The School of Graduate Studies provides the leadership, vision, and support services necessary for the university to achieve its goal of international prominence in selected areas of graduate studies.



We value the highest standards of learning, discovery, and creative work in an atmosphere of inclusion, collaboration, and community, being guided by the principles ethical conduct, respect, service and continuous improvement.


Our commitment

The School of Graduate Studies will:

  • Provide graduate program planning, developing masters programs each year in the areas of Law, Business and Economics, Humanities, Communication and Social Sciences, and Engineering and Basic Disciplines. In doing so, we will facilitate and encourage the development of interdisciplinary courses.
  • Administer graduate programs and ensure compliance with university policies pertaining to graduate education.
  • Collaborate with programs to develop and execute effective recruiting plans to ensure a high-quality and more diverse graduate student population.
  • Initiate innovative programs, sustain high-quality programs, and promote continuous improvement of all master’s- and pre-doctoral-level programs.
  • Identify grant and fellowship opportunities that are relevant for students, and provide them with timely and accurate information.
  • Develop long life learning programs adapted to the latest needs.
  • Promote collaboration between masters programs and firms, institutions and other social actors.