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City, Culture & Community

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The City, Culture, and Community (CCC) program is an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program sponsored by the Department of Sociology, the School of Social Work, and Urban Studies program.

The program's unique structure allows it to bring together approaches from throughout the social sciences, social work, architecture, law, and the humanities to examine the diverse challenges facing today's urban spaces.

For additional details, visit the graduate department/program website.

Bioinnovation

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The interdisciplinary Bioinnovation Ph.D. Program fosters the design and development of innovative biomedical technologies and products through a balanced educational approach that combines strong foundations in science and engineering and direct collaboration with healthcare professionals and business and regulatory partners.

Bioinnovation graduate students train under the collaborative leadership of mentors and colleagues across Tulane’s Schools of Science & Engineering, Medicine, Public Health & Tropical Medicine, Law, and Business.

For additional details, visit the graduate department/program website.

Aging Studies

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The Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Aging Studies is comprised of graduate students and faculty from eight schools at Tulane University and includes the Schools of Science and Engineering, Medicine, Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Liberal Arts, Social Work, Business, Law, and Architecture. 

The program focuses on the processes of aging at the individual and societal level. It examines how people change over the adult life course, the interrelationships between older people and social institutions, and the societal impact of the changing age-composition of the population.

For additional details, visit the graduate department/program website.

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