The Graduate School offers advanced programs leading to the master's and doctoral degrees in a variety of academic fields. At present the master's degree is conferred on those who have completed school work successfully in 52 specialized fields : 20 in engineering, 18 in liberal arts and sciences, and 14 in fine arts & design. The doctoral degree is offered in 37 areas of study : 17 in engineering and mathematics, 16 in liberal arts, and 4 in fine arts & design.
The university also encompasses 10 specialized graduate schools that offer masters degrees in selected areas and 1 professional design graduate school. The programs are designed to provide students with advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in their major studies. Upon successful completion of graduate programs, students enter widely diverse professional careers in research, business, and teaching.