Lawshe Hall, Room 242
The Graduate Studies Office provides general information about Purdue University Northwest Graduate Studies and, specifically, about the graduate degree programs available at Purdue Northwest;
At the Hammond Campus:
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
- Master’s degrees in
- Computer Science
- Child Development and Family Studies
- Biological Sciences
- Interdisciplinary Engineering
- Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE)
- Mechanical Engineering (MSME)
- Accountancy (MAcc)
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Modeling, Simulation and Visualization (MSMSV)
- Non-degree graduate study.
At the Westville Campus
Programs at the Westville Campus include the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and non-degree graduate study.
Graduate certificates in some programs are also available, and some programs or concentrations may be available online. Program and course descriptions and information about the online application for admission to graduate study can be obtained from this office or on the website.
The Graduate Studies Office also assists students with other matters related to administration of graduate education, such as admissions, deferrals, fee remissions for graduate staff positions, issues involving the electronic Plan of Study system (ePOS) and approval of plans of study, and degree clearances. Detailed information about the services provided by the Graduate Studies Office can be found on the website.
A great deal of information about our graduate programs and Purdue University Northwest in general can be found on our web pages. You can conveniently apply online as a non-degree, certificate, or degree-seeking student.
Graduate Courses in Other Areas
Purdue Northwest also offers graduate courses in areas other than those in which complete degree programs are available. The Office of Graduate Studies can provide further information about these courses. Basic information about the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is available online. Students are encouraged to check the websites for information about the GRE and GMAT tests.