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Yale University

Yale was established in nearby the Saybrook as the collegiate school to instruct the students for local employment both in the Civil War & Church. Within the 300 years of foundation, Yale has worked hard to teach the students who would become the society leaders and patrons to all the section of a professional society. Most of widely acclaimed personalities are alumni of this popular university including 45 cabinet members, over 500 members of congress and number of superior officials such as military officers, judges, diplomats and many others.

The university consists of three main educational parts including Yale College which is the undergraduate program, Professional schools and the Graduate school of Arts and Sciences. Furthermore, it also has an extensive range of other centers & programs, libraries, administrative offices, and museums in its boundaries. Currently, the university has more than 11,250 enrolled students. Below is a table showing some quick facts about Yale university.

Yale university quick facts

University Quick Facts

Facts

Figures

Undergraduate students* 5,379
Graduate and professional students* 6,501
International students* 2,135
Faculty* 4,140
Staff* 9,323
International scholars* 2,327
Living alumni 168,987 (as of April 2012)
Library holdings 15 million volumes
Varsity athletic teams* 35
Total number of buildings* 440
Endowment (market value)* $19.3 billion
Operating budget* $2.82 billion

Academics

Yale university students

Research and education at the University are arranged by programs, schools and departments. The undergraduate school is considered the core of Yale.  Every year, more than 2000 undergraduate programs and courses in the liberal arts and sciences are offered through 65 departments, and programs that are adding a remarkable depth and breadth. The faculty at Yale is dedicated to the undergraduate teaching, and the majority of Yale faculty is teaching the basic level courses. Following is the list of all the programs, schools, miscellaneous scholastic offerings and departments.

List of All Departments and Programs at Yale University in Alphabetical order

Yale Academics

A

  • African American Studies
  •  African Studies
  •   Agrarian Studies
  •   American Studies
  •    Anesthesiology
  •     Anthropology
  •     Applied Mathematics
  •     Applied Physics
  •     Archaeological Studies
  •     Architecture, School of
  •     Architecture (undergraduate major)
  •     Area Studies, Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and
  •    Art, School of
  •   Art (undergraduate major)
  •     Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of
  •     Astronomy

B

  • Biological & Biomedical Sciences
  • Biology – Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  • Biology – Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry
  • Biomedical Engineering
  •  Biostatistics
  •  British Studies

C

  •    Cell Biology
  •    Cellular & Molecular Physiology
  •    Chemical & Environmental Engineering
  •    Chemistry
  •    Child Study Center
  •    Classics
  •    Cognitive Science
  •    Comparative Literature
  •    Comparative Medicine
  •    Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
  •    Computer Science
  •    Computer Science & Mathematics
  •    Computer Science & Psychology

D

  •     Dermatology
  •     Diagnostic Radiology
  •     Directed Studies
  •     Divinity School
  •     Drama, School of

E

  •     East Asian Languages & Literature
  •     East Asian Studies
  •     Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  •     Economic History
  •     Economics
  •     Economics & Mathematics
  •     Education Studies
  •     Electrical Engineering
  •     Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
  •     Emergency Medicine
  •     Engineering & Applied Science, School of
  •     English Language & Literature
  •     Environment
  •     Environmental Engineering
  •     Environmental Studies
  •     Ethics, Politics & Economics
  •     Ethnicity, Race & Migration
  •     European Studies
  •     Experimental Pathology

F

  •     Film Studies
  •     Forestry & Environmental Studies, School of
  •     Forestry & Environmental Studies (undergraduate program)
  •     French

G

  •     Genetics
  •     Geology & Geophysics
  •     Germanic Languages & Literatures

H

  •     Health, Epidemiology & Public Health
  •     Hellenic Study
  •     History
  •     History of Art
  •     History of Science/History of Medicine
  •     History of Science, Medicine & Public Health (undergraduate program)
  •     Humanities, Special Programs in the

I

  •     Immunobiology
  •     Institute of Sacred Music
  •     Internal Medicine
  •     International & Area Studies, Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for
  •     International & Development Economics
  •     International Relations
  •     International Study
  •     Investigative Medicine
  •     Islamic Study
  •     Italian

J

  •     Judaic Studies

L

  •     Laboratory Medicine
  •     Latin American & Iberian Studies
  •     Law School
  •     Lesbian & Gay Studies
  •     Linguistics
  •     Literature

M

  •     Management (Ph.D. program)
  •     Management, School of
  •     Mathematics
  •     Mathematics & Philosophy
  •     Mathematics & Physics
  •     Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science
  •     Medicine, School of
  •     Medieval Study
  •     Microbial Pathogenesis
  •     Modern Middle East Studies
  •     Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry
  •     Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology
  •     Music, Department of
  •     Music, School of

N

  •     Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations
  •     Neurobiology
  •     Neurology
  •     Neuroscience
  •     Neurosurgery
  •     Nursing, School of

O

  •     Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences
  •     Ophthalmology & Visual Science
  •     Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation

P

  •     Pathology
  •     Pediatrics
  •     Pharmacology
  •     Philosophy
  •     Physician Associate Program
  •     Physics
  •     Physics & Philosophy
  •     Political Science
  •     Portuguese
  •     Psychiatry
  •     Psychology
  •     Public Health

R

  •     Religious Studies
  •     Renaissance Study
  •     Residential College Seminars

S

  •   Sacred Music, Institute of
  •   Science and Quantitative Reasoning
  •   Slavic Languages & Literatures
  •   Social and Policy Studies, Institution for
    Sociology
  •   South Asian Study Council
  •   Southeast Asia Study
  •   Spanish
  •   Special Divisional Majors
  •   Statistics
  •   Study of the City
  •   Surgery

T

  •     Teacher Preparation
  •     Theater Studies
  •     Therapeutic Radiology

U

  •     Urban Studies

W

  •     Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies

Address and Contact Details of Yale University

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  • Address : New Haven, CT 06520, United States
  • Phone : +1 203-432-4771
  • Official Website : www.yale.edu

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