Stanford's Seven Schools

The schools of Earth Sciences, Engineering and Humanities & Sciences offer both undergraduate and graduate programs. Graduate schools include Business, Education, Law and Medicine.

Graduate School of Business

The Stanford Graduate School of Business offers a number of programs which prepare their students to change lives, organizations and the world.

School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences

Stanford Earth scientists work to better understanding of our planet’s history and future, geologic hazards, energy and resources to support society and a changing climate.

Graduate School of Education

The Stanford Graduate School of Education is a world leader in cross-disciplinary inquiries to shape educational practices, their conceptual underpinnings, and the professions that serve the education enterprise.

School of Engineering

The Stanford School of Engineering has been at the forefront of innovation for nearly a century, creating pivotal technologies that have transformed the worlds of information technology, communications, medicine, energy, business and beyond.

School of Humanities & Sciences

Awarding 75 percent of undergraduate degrees and nearly 40 percent of doctorates, the H & S provides the core of a Stanford education and is the university’s largest school.

School of Law

Stanford Law School combines classic and innovative education, cutting-edge resources and an intimate scholarly community which make it the ideal environment for exploring and mastering the law.

School of Medicine

The School of Medicine encourages intellectual diversity in students interested in developing a scholarly, investigative approach to problems in medicine and science and using discoveries to transform patient care.