Utah State Aggies create transformational impacts through meaningful research, particularly in space, water, land, air, and quality-of-life questions. As a research-focused institution, we engage in fields of study the world can’t live without. Aggies effect change locally, nationally, globally, and even galactically.
One of just 146 U.S. institutions to hold an R1 Carnegie classification, Utah State University is a national leader in research and graduate education.
118 Graduate Degrees Offered
Graduate programs at USU include more than 118 master’s and doctoral degrees. Multiple graduate programs have ranked within the top 100—some even in the top 50—programs in the U.S., including Audiology, Earth Sciences, Education, Rehabilitation Counseling, Speech-Language Pathology, and Statistics.
Approximately 3000 Graduate Students
Utah State University is home to approximately 3,000 graduate students from all 50 states and more than 60 countries.
Utah’s Only Public Land Grant University
Utah State University has been a land-grant institution since 1888 and has remained dedicated to the land and its people. USU is one of the nation’s premier student-centered land-grant and space-grant universities.
Find Your Home in the Aggie Family
Find community among many of USU’s clubs, associations, and leadership opportunities. From academic, cultural, and faith-based clubs to inclusion, recreational, and service clubs, there is something for everyone.
The graduate school is committed to cultivating an inclusive, diverse, and equitable environment for all individuals from a broad range of backgrounds and lived experiences that include, but are not limited to: race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, and ability.
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