The University of Chicago offers comprehensive training in the discipline, with emphasize the following areas:

—The Scientific Revolution and science in the Romantic period
—Biology and evolutionary theory, Renaissance–present
—Psychology and psychiatry, 17th century—present
—The book and communication technologies, 17th century–present
—Medicine, 16th century–present
—Statistics and probability theory, 18th century–present
—Technologies of truth
—Theories of sexuality
—Philosophy of history

The discipline is organized by the Fishbein Center for the History of Science and Medicine, which includes information about faculty publications, courses, fellowships, and applications. The Committee on Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science includes information about graduate conferences, events, and workshops.