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The individual graduate programs in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) and the Rackham Graduate School work as a team to manage the application review process.

As an applicant, you will be interacting with both offices. 

In order to understand the basic admissions requirements for graduate programs at the University of Michigan, applicants should review materials found on the Rackham Prospective Students webpage.

Applicants should consult the graduate program website for degree options and specific requirements for admission. The program website is the official source of information for application requirements. Questions about specific application requirements should be directed to the graduate program.  

Below are links to our graduate programs. 

Master's Programs

Below are departments and units in LSA that offer a master’s program:

Applied Physics

Chemical Biology (Chemical Biology of Cancer)


Classical Studies (Classical Studies, Greek, Latin)

Data Science

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Economics (Applied Economics)

English Language and Literature (Creative Writing)

International Institute (International & Regional Studies)


Middle East Studies (Arabic Studies)

Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology


Quantitative Finance and Risk Management

Statistics (Applied Statistics)

Program in Transcultural Studies