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Stanford University

Stanford University

Located 35 miles south of San Francisco and 20 miles north of San Jose, Stanford University is inside the heart of Northern California’s dynamic Silicon Valley, domestic to Yahoo, Google, Hewlett-Packard, and many other contemporary tech groups that were founded by means of and continue to be led with the aid of Stanford alumni and school. Nicknamed the “billionaire factory”, it's miles said that if Stanford graduates shaped their own united states of america it'd boast one of the global’s biggest ten economies.

Covering 8,180 acres, Stanford has one in all the largest university campuses within the US, with 18 interdisciplinary research institutes and seven schools: the Graduate School of Business; School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences; Graduate School of Education; School of Engineering; School of Humanities and Sciences; Law School; and School of Medicine.
Stanford University was based in 1885 by means of California senator Leland Stanford and his spouse, Jane, to “sell the general public welfare via workout a power in behalf of humanity and civilization”. The couple’s only infant had died of typhoid, and their selection to build a college on their farm become meant as a memorial. From the begin the university turned into non-sectarian, co-educational and less costly, coaching each the conventional liberal arts and the generation and engineering that was shaping the brand new America on the time.

Fast ahead extra than a century, and Stanford counts 19 Nobel laureates within its community and is often ranked many of the top three universities in the international. Nicknamed “The Farm” from the days whilst horses roamed there, Stanford’s campus is now a thriving network of extra than 11,000 creative and finished humans from round the world. Nearly all undergraduate and 60 per cent of graduate college students stay on campus, so it's miles hardly ever sudden that pupil lifestyles is rich and numerous, with over 625 organized student corporations.
Sport is famous, with college students, school and team of workers enjoying modern-day leisure facilities and wellness programs. Stanford students compete in 36 varsity and 32 membership sports, which include baseball, soccer, basketball, and squash. Sports groups are referred to as the “Stanford Cardinal”.

Stanford also has a wealthy tradition of fostering creativity and the humanities: there is a colorful campus arts district and global-magnificence museums which host ordinary exhibitions. Eight eating halls, a coaching kitchen and organic gardens provide the campus network with healthy, sustainable food. The close-knit communal nature of existence on campus has even given rise to “Stanford speak”, a special language simplest spoken on campus.

Courses Offered by Stanford american university Graduate School of Business
  • Accounting (ACCT)
  • Action Learning Programs (ALP)
  • Economic Analysis & Policy (MGTECON)
  • Finance (FINANCE)
  • GSB General & Interdisciplinary (GSBGEN)
  • Human Resource Management (HRMGT)
  • Marketing (MKTG)
  • Operations Information & Technology (OIT)
  • Organizational Behavior (OB)
  • Political Economics (POLECON)
  • Strategic Management (STRAMGT)
School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences
  • Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences (EARTH)
  • Earth Systems (EARTHSYS)
  • Earth, Energy, & Environmental Sciences (EEES)
  • Energy Resources Engineering (ENERGY)
  • Environment and Resources (ENVRES)
  • Earth System Science (ESS)
  • Geological Sciences (GEOLSCI)
  • Geophysics (GEOPHYS)
  • Sustainability Science and Practice (SUST)
  • Woods Institute for the Environment (ENVRINST)
  • School of Education
  • Education (EDUC)
School of Engineering
  • Aeronautics & Astronautics (AA)
  • Bioengineering (BIOE)
  • Chemical Engineering (CHEMENG)
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE)
  • Computational & Mathematical Engineering (CME)
  • Computer Science (CS)
  • Design Institute (DESINST)
  • Electrical Engineering (EE)
  • Engineering (ENGR)
  • Management Science & Engineering (MS&E)
  • Materials Science & Engineer (MATSCI)
  • Mechanical Engineering (ME)
School of Humanities & Science
  • African & African American Studies (AFRICAAM)
  • African & Middle Eastern Languages (AMELANG)
  • African Studies (AFRICAST)
  • American Studies (AMSTUD)
  • Anthropology (ANTHRO)
  • Applied Physics (APPPHYS)
  • Arabic Language (ARABLANG)
  • Archaeology (ARCHLGY)
  • Art History (ARTHIST)
  • Arts Institute (ARTSINST)
  • Art Studio (ARTSTUDI)
  • Asian American Studies (ASNAMST)
  • Asian Languages (ASNLANG)
  • Biology (BIO)
  • Biology/Hopkins Marine (BIOHOPK)
  • Biophysics (BIOPHYS)
  • Catalan Language Courses (CATLANG)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies (CHILATST)
  • Chinese (CHINA)
  • Chinese Language (CHINLANG)
  • Classics (CLASSICS)
  • Communication (COMM)
  • Comparative Literature (COMPLIT)
  • Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity (CSRE)
  • Dance (DANCE)
  • Division of Literatures, Cultures, & Languages (DLCL)
  • Drama (TAPS)
  • East Asian Languages & Cultures (EALC)
  • East Asian Studies (EASTASN)
  • Economics (ECON)
  • English (ENGLISH)
  • English for Foreign Students (EFSLANG)
  • Ethics in Society (ETHICSOC)
  • Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies (FEMGEN)
  • Film Production (FILMPROD)
  • Film Studies (FILMSTUD)
  • French Language (FRENLANG)
  • French Studies (FRENCH)
  • German Language (GERLANG)
  • German Studies (GERMAN)
  • Global Studies (GLOBAL)
  • History (HISTORY)
  • History & Philosophy of Science (HPS)
  • Human Biology (HUMBIO)
  • Human Rights (HUMRTS)
  • Humanities Core (HUMCORE)
  • Humanities & Sciences (HUMSCI)
  • Iberian & Latin American Cultures (ILAC)
  • Institute for International Studies (FSI) (IIS)
  • International Policy (INTLPOL)
  • International Relations (INTNLREL)
  • Italian Language (ITALLANG)
  • Italian Studies (ITALIAN)
  • Japanese (JAPAN)
  • Japanese Language (JAPANLNG)
  • Jewish Studies (JEWISHST)
  • Korean (KOREA)
  • Korean Language (KORLANG)
  • Latin American Studies (LATINAM)
  • Linguistics (LINGUIST)
  • Mathematical & Computational Science (MCS)
  • Mathematics (MATH)
  • Medieval Studies (MEDVLST)
  • Modern Thought & Literature (MTL)
  • Music (MUSIC)
  • Native American Studies (NATIVEAM)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Physics (PHYSICS)
  • Political Science (POLISCI)
  • Portuguese Language (PORTLANG)
  • Psychology (PSYCH)
  • Public Policy (PUBLPOL)
  • Religious Studies (RELIGST)
  • Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies (REES)
  • Science, Technology, & Society (STS)
  • Slavic Language (SLAVLANG)
  • Slavic Studies (SLAVIC)
  • Sociology (SOC)
  • Spanish Language (SPANLANG)
  • Spanish, Portuguese, & Catalan Literature (ILAC)
  • Special Language Program (SPECLANG)
  • Stanford in Washington (SIW)
  • Statistics (STATS)
  • Symbolic Systems (SYMSYS)
  • Theater and Performance Studies (TAPS)
  • Tibetan Language (TIBETLNG)
  • Urban Studies (URBANST)
  • Law School
  • Law (LAW)
School of Medicine
  • Anesthesia (ANES)
  • Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • Biomedical Data Science (BIODS)
  • Biomedical Informatics (BIOMEDIN)
  • Biosciences Interdisciplinary (BIOS)
  • Cancer Biology (CBIO)
  • Cardiothoracic Surgery (CTS)
  • Chemical & Systems Biology (CSB)
  • Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR)
  • Comparative Medicine (COMPMED)
  • Dermatology (DERM)
  • Developmental Biology (DBIO)
  • Emergency Medicine (EMED)
  • Family and Community Medicine (FAMMED)
  • Genetics (GENE)
  • Health Research & Policy (HRP)
  • Immunology (IMMUNOL)
  • Medicine (MED)
  • Medicine Interdisciplinary (INDE)
  • Microbiology & Immunology (MI)
  • Molecular & Cellular Physiology (MCP)
  • Neurobiology (NBIO)
  • Neurology & Neurological Sciences (NENS)
  • Neurosciences Program (NEPR)
  • Neurosurgery (NSUR)
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology (OBGYN)
  • Ophthalmology (OPHT)
  • Orthopedic Surgery (ORTHO)
  • Otolaryngology (OTOHNS)
  • Pathology (PATH)
  • Pediatrics (PEDS)
  • Physician Assistant Studies (PAS)
  • Psychiatry (PSYC)
  • Radiation Oncology (RADO)
  • Radiology (RAD)
  • School of Medicine General (SOMGEN)
  • Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (STEMREM)
  • Structural Biology (SBIO)
  • Surgery (SURG)
  • Urology (UROL)
  • Office of Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
  • Education as Self-Fashioning (ESF)
  • Immersion in the Arts (ITALIC)
  • Oral Communications (ORALCOMM)
  • Overseas Studies General (OSPGEN)
  • Overseas Studies in Australia (OSPAUSTL)
  • Overseas Studies in Barcelona (CASB) (OSPBARCL)
  • Overseas Studies in Beijing (OSPBEIJ)
  • Overseas Studies in Berlin (OSPBER)
  • Overseas Studies in Cape Town (OSPCPTWN)
  • Overseas Studies in Florence (OSPFLOR)
  • Overseas Studies in Hong Kong (OSPHONGK)
  • Overseas Studies in Istanbul (OSPISTAN)
  • Overseas Studies in Kyoto (OSPKYOTO)
  • Overseas Studies in Kyoto (KCJS) (OSPKYOCT)
  • Overseas Studies in Madrid (OSPMADRD)
  • Overseas Studies in Oxford (OSPOXFRD)
  • Overseas Studies in Paris (OSPPARIS)
  • Overseas Studies in Santiago (OSPSANTG)
  • Residential Programs (RESPROG)
  • ROTC Air Force (ROTCAF)
  • ROTC Army (ROTCARMY)
  • ROTC Navy (ROTCNAVY)
  • Stanford in New York (SINY)
  • Structured Liberal Education (SLE)
  • Thinking Matters (THINK)
  • Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR)
  • Writing & Rhetoric, Program in (PWR)
Office of Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning
  • Teaching and Learning (VPTL)
  • Health and Human Performance
  • Athletics and Club Sports (ATHLETIC)
  • Kinesiology (KIN)
  • Leadership Innovations (LEAD)
  • Lifeworks (LIFE)
  • Outdoor Education (OUTDOOR)
  • Physical Education (PE)
  • Wellness Education (WELLNESS)
  • Stanford Continuing Studies
  • Master of Liberal Arts (MLA)
  • Undergraduate General Education Requirements
  • WAY-A-II: Aesthetic and Interpretive Inquiry
  • WAY-AQR: Applied Quantitative Reasoning
  • WAY-CE: Creative Expression
  • WAY-ED: Engaging Diversity
  • WAY-ER: Ethical Reasoning
  • WAY-FR: Formal Reasoning
  • WAY-SI: Social Inquiry
  • WAY-SMA: Scientific Method and Analysis
  • DB-EngrAppSci: Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • DB-Hum: Humanities
  • DB-Math: Mathematics
  • DB-NatSci: Natural Sciences
  • DB-SocSci: Social Sciences
  • EC-AmerCul: American Cultures
  • EC-GlobalCom: Global Community
  • EC-Gender: Gender Studies
  • EC-EthicReas: Ethical Reasoning
  • EC-EthicReas: Ethical Reasoning
  • More Course Lists
  • Introductory Seminars
  • Arts Intensive Program
  • Community Global Health
  • Design Institute
  • Sophomore College Courses (SCS)
  • Cardinal Courses
  • Pathways
  • GSB CSI Certificates
  • Vice Provost for Graduate Education
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