DGS & Registrar Directory

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The Directors of Graduate Studies (DGSs) and Registrars are critical to the success of Yale’s graduate programs, and to the success of each student in the Graduate School. They are responsible for overseeing and supporting the academic and administrative aspects of graduate education, and as such, they act as intermediaries between their program, their students and the Graduate School.

African American Studies

African Studies

American Studies

Anthropology

Applied Mathematics

Applied Physics

Archaeological Studies

Architecture

Astronomy

Biological & Biomedical Sciences (BBS)

Biomedical Engineering

Cell Biology

Cellular & Molecular Physiology

Chemical & Environmental Engineering

Chemistry

Classics

Comparative Literature

Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (MS Program)

Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (PhD Program)

Computer Science

Early Modern Studies

Earth & Planetary Sciences

East Asian Languages & Literatures

East Asian Studies

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Economics

Electrical Engineering

English Language & Literature

Environment

European & Russian Studies

Experimental Pathology

Film & Media Studies

French

Genetics

Germanic Languages & Literatures

History

History of Art

History of Science & Medicine

Immunobiology

Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program

International & Development Economics

Investigative Medicine

Italian Studies

Law

Linguistics

Management

Matthew Spiegel

Director of Graduate Studies

Beth Ann Bretter

Departmental Registrar

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science

Medieval Studies

Microbiology

Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry

Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology

Music

Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations

Nursing

Personalized Medicine & Applied Engineering

Pharmacology

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Psychology

Public Health

Religious Studies

Slavic Languages & Literatures

Sociology

Spanish & Portuguese

Statistics

Statistics & Data Science

Translational Biomedicine

Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies