Have reruns of WKRP in Cincinnati have you thinking about Graduate Schools in Cincinnati? Did you know that Cincinnati was the first city founded after the American Revolution and is therefore consider the first true American city? Like many great cities it was founded as a transportation hub, in this case on the banks of the Ohio River and Licking River. Cincinnati grew originally from transportation developments such as the Miami & Erie Canal and several railroad hubs.
Today Cincinnati shows off its German heritage with events such as Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, Bockfest, and a great open air street festival called Taste of Cincinnati. Cincinnati is also home to many large corporations such as Procter & Gamble. The population of Cincinnati was 297,515 as of 2013 with a Median age of 32.1. 26.7% of the population have a Bachelor's degree or higher. There are 126 four year degree colleges in Ohio and 89 two year degree colleges. The average temperature Cincinnati is 28.1°F in January and very nice 75.1°Fin July.
Does Cincinnati sound like the place for you to attend graduate school? If so explore graduate colleges and universities in Cincinnati below or surf specific graduate programs in Cincinnati to the left.