NAU Graduate College: we prepare you to transform our world
Why Northern Arizona University for your graduate degree?
Whether you pursue graduate studies at the Flagstaff Mountain Campus, a statewide location, or online, NAU offers graduate students outstanding programs, hands-on mentoring, and exceptional research, scholarship, and creative activities. The NAU Graduate College supports all aspects of graduate education and provides robust professional development opportunities.
NAU Graduate College degrees and programs
New Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program
The Interdisciplinary Health (IH) Ph.D. Program is a cross-disciplinary collaborative effort between the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS) and the College of Health and Human Services (HHS). This program is designed to educate and train the next generation of health researchers, advocates, and educators with three areas of emphasis: health equity, disability, and psychosocial health. Graduates of the program will be uniquely qualified to lead interdisciplinary research that advances understanding of health equity, disability, and psychosocial health, which are central to important theoretical and practical issues related to population health and health care. For more information about the program and application requirements visit the IH Ph.D. website.
The first cohort of students will be admitted for Fall 2018.
Graduate program spotlight
Presidential Fellowship Program
Northern Arizona University’s Presidential Fellowship Program offers generous support packages for highly qualified incoming PhD students.