The Graduate School
The University of Kentucky began offering graduate work in 1870 and awarded its first graduate degrees in 1876. The Graduate School became a distinct unit in the University organization in 1912. The mission of the Graduate School is to promote advanced study, graduate instruction, and research by the faculty and students of all colleges and departments. The total graduate resources of the University are merged under the Graduate School for the purpose of promoting the acquisition of knowledge in an atmosphere of free and lively inquiry. Graduate work is offered in most colleges in the University.
College Level Data
- College Profile - includes Productivity Analysis, Diversity Scorecard, Five-Year Trends, Resources, Instructional Outcomes, Sponsored Projects and Expenditures, and Diversity Outcomes
Faculty Level Data
Student Level Data
- Course History - courses offered within College, includes enrollment number by course