The schools of Earth Sciences, Engineering and Humanities & Sciences offer both undergraduate and graduate programs. Graduate schools include Business, Education, Law and Medicine.
Stanford's academic departments are listed both alphabetically and by school. In addition, a number of interdisciplinary programs cross boundaries between disciplines.
The Registrar maintains student academic records, the academic calendar and Stanford's catalog of courses and degrees. Axess is the on-line academic information system used by students, faculty and advisors.
Stanford's undergraduate program is designed to achieve balance between depth of knowledge through specialization and breadth of knowledge through exploration.
While responsibility for graduate studies lies primarily with Stanford's departments and schools, the Vice Provost for Graduate Education works across the university to enhance the quality of graduate education.
Stanford offers valuable opportunities for lifelong learning, including continuing adult education,
executive and professional programs, and special programs for K-12 students.