Making Advances Through Research and Scholarship
As a Jesuit Catholic institution, Creighton University promotes principles of ethical living, service to others, a passion for justice and the search for truth. That’s why research is such a core element of a Creighton graduate education (although our undergraduates have exciting research opportunities too).
Research at Creighton is mission oriented. Our faculty work closely with all their graduate students to answer pressing, social-justice oriented questions in areas ranging from natural science to business and beyond. They work closely with students on both theoretical and applied research, teaching practical job skills that differentiate our graduates.
Creighton’s faculty do more than teach and research, though. They develop students as individuals, serving as mentors and advisors for their graduate students. With such a deep understanding of their students, they can develop practical, impactful programs that give students the tools to succeed before and after graduate school.
Research plays a role in both Master’s and Doctorate programs, although it is much more central to doctoral degrees. No matter the program, faculty encourage students to think critically and ethically, making them not only better researchers but also better consumers of research.
Research Areas of Excellence at Creighton
As a top research university, many areas of research and scholarship at Creighton produce exemplary work. Learn more about programs that include significant graduate research opportunities or fellowships:
Doctoral Degrees in Business
Doctoral Degrees in Leadership
Doctoral and Master’s Degrees in Natural Science
- Biomedical Sciences (MS)
- Biomedical Sciences (PhD)
- Medical Microbiology & Immunology (MS)
- Medical Microbiology and Immunology (PhD)
- Pharmaceutical Sciences (MS)
- Pharmacology and Neuroscience (MS)
- Pharmacology and Neuroscience (PhD)
- Physics (MS)
Master’s Degrees in Health
Master's Degrees in Health Sciences
Creighton’s researchers have collaborated on almost 150 projects all over the globe, producing more than 10,000 pieces of research output. Check out the projects, dive into the findings and see just how far our research footprint extends with our interactive research collaboration tool.
Research and Development (RAD) Lab
Creighton's Research and Development Lab (or Radlab, for short) is an open, free environment that students and staff can use to work on projects, study, and learn about technology. The Radlab offers users services varying from high-performance computing to virtual and augmented reality.