Our graduate programs offer both secular and spiritual development in a unique learning environment located beneath the majestic Wasatch Mountains in Provo, Utah.
We offer world class instruction from faculty mentors who genuinely care about both your professional and personal development as they challenge and expand your academic intellect using cutting edge pedagogical practices and technologies. Share your unique perspectives and engage in diverse dialogue with our faculty, university administration, and our student population who are represented from all across the nation and from all over the globe from more than 160 countries.
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Cougar Queries, Graduation Edition
Don Shelline is getting his Master of Arts degree in mass communication. "I went back to school because I always felt like there was something missing"
Statistics MVP: Grad Student Rates College Athletes
Many junior high students like to watch sports, but few use statistics to accurately predict the NBA's most valuable player. Zachary Knowlton, who is graduating
5/27 - Oral Exam Deadline
Last day to have a final oral exam for June diploma
Io, one of Jupiter's moons is THIRTY TIMES as vocanic as the Earth, and has mountains TWICE the height of Mt. Everest!
While handing out FREE COOKIES last week to all our Grad Students, we asked them why they decided to choose BYU over other graduate schools: see what they said!
Becky Paulsen thought it might be impossible to achieve her dreams of attaining a higher education.
Any goal worth achieving takes steady, consistent effort. Be patient.
Is it true that if you sleep less you could actually gain weight? Watch Kara Duraccio explain what she's found out through her research!