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  • Program includes courses in most fields of earth sciences with special emphasis on aquatic chemistry, contaminant transport and remediation, and hydrogeology; economic geology, geochemistry, geochronology, isotope geology, igneous and metamorphic petrol... more >

  • The Graduate Program in Molecular Genetics offers a course of study and research leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)... more >

  • Master of Arts programs in French and in Italian offer a balanced combination of literature, culture, and language/linguistics courses with a strong preparatory course in language teaching. The doctoral program in French, designed to prepare the finest... more >

  • Offers extensive set courses in both literature and linguistics. Studies all Slavic languages, not just Russian. more >

  • The Department of Entomology at The Ohio State University is one of the best in the nation. It has a rich history and reputation for preparing entomologists for the future through a highly diverse graduate research, teaching and extension program. While... more >

  • Our graduate degree programs in Mechanical Engineering is designed to help you recognize where opportunity abounds. As technology evolves, traditional academic boundaries cross and our graduate students become engaged in learning experiences that help t... more >

  • The Technology area in CFTQI offers both MA and PhD degrees. This interdisciplinary educational technology program focuses on intersections of learning, technology, and culture in formal and informal education and in society at large. Some of the settin... more >

  • Integrated Teaching and Learning holds as its mission the preparation of professionals who are broadly concerned with multidisciplinary approaches to education, and bringing to bear such approaches on problems of teachingand learning for diverse populat... more >

  • The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, one of the oldest programs in the country, celebrated its centennial anniversary in 2003. Currently, the department has 15 full-time and three active emeritus faculty, 85 graduate students, 375 un... more >

  • The Graduate Program in Comparative and Veterinary Medicine Graduate offers a unique approach to advanced training of professional and graduate students leading to MS and PhD degrees in preparation for careers in biomedical, clinical and field-based e... more >

  • Ranked in the top 20 Graduate Nursing Programs in the country according to the 2003 U.S. News and World Report college rankings. Financial aid and graduate associateships are available to qualified students. more >

  • The School of Educational Policy and Leadership is comprised of four sections: Cultural Studies in Education; Educational Administration and Higher Education; General Professional Studies in Education; and Quantitative Research, Evaluation and measureme... more >

  • The Graduate Program in Vision Science offers graduate degrees for advanced research training. It prepares students for academic careers in optometry and vision science. more >

  • As a part of one the most comprehensive health sciences centers in the nation, the graduate program in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences at The Ohio State University offers outstanding training opportunities for post-doctoral veterinary and pre-d... more >

  • Nutrition faculty members mentor students and offer research opportunities in nutritional biochemistry, cellular and molecular nutrition, food safety... more >

  • The National Research Council (2010) placed Ohio State among the top 3-5 Plant Pathology doctoral programs in the U.S., based... more >

  • Entering MAS students should have mathematics courses through advanced calculus and matrix algebra. EnteringMS and PhD students should have linear algebra and two semesters of real analysis. An introductory statisticscourse and some computer programming... more >

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