Considering graduate study in immunology? The University of Minnesota offers several graduate programs that specialize in immunology. CFI has over 75 faculty members from both basic science and clinical departments to provide a broad-based education in immunological research preparing our students for a wide range of career opportunities.
Learn about graduate programs in immunology
Visit each program for deadlines and application info.
Why choose Immunology
Prospective students: What you need to know
What can I do with a degree in immunology? Immunology is the study of how cells interact with each other. It's the building blocks of cancer research. You can go into a career as a medical doctor, research in the industry, academics, and patent law, as some examples.
Why choose UMN
With the Center for Immunology as its nexus for immunology research and training, the University of Minnesota is a great place to study.
- Living in Minnesota
- Student life at the University of Minnesota
- Resources for students
- Diversity in graduate education
- Biomedical Discovery District—state-of-the art facilities where many immunology programs are located
Diversity and Disability Resources
CFI is committed to providing a collective work toward inclusive excellence, promote equity in access to learning, scientific inquiry, care delivery, and celebrate our diversity through cultural experiences and opportunities on and off campus.
Links for funding, groups, academic support and mentoring
Medical School Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Office of Biomedical Graduate Research, Education & Training (BGREAT)