University of Cincinnati: Cincinnati, Ohio

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    The department offers opportunities for specialization in Greek and Latin language and literature, classical and pre-classical archaeology, Greek and Roman history, and Jewish and Christian Studies. more >

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    The underlying philosophy of the Master of Community Planning (MCP) degreeis the education of planners who are "generalists with a specialty." Within thispedagogical perspective, planning is viewed as more >

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    The Center for Women's Studies offers a 2-year interdisciplinary program of study leading to a Master of Arts degree. The MA was established in 1991 as one of the first 4 programs in the country. more >

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    The Environmental/Industrial Hygiene division faculty maintain nationally and internationally recognized training and research programs. M.S. and Ph.D. more >

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    The field of biostatistics is characterized by data analysis, and interpretation of results, which are tied to environmental and biomedical research. more >

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    With 44 full-time faculty and approximately 60 full-time students, the Department's low student/faculty ratio provides an excellent environment for study and research direction. more >

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    The Graduate Literacy Program at the University of Cincinnati offers comprehensive and in-depth programs for Masters and Doctoral students interested in exploring reading and writing as language proce more >

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    Our Graduate program is structured to provide specialized training to students by working with faculty engaged in the cutting edge materials research in Ceramics, Metals, Polymers, Composites, Bio-mat more >

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    There are two areas of concentration- mental health and school. Masters degrees (M.Ed. in School, M.A. more >

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    The program has a long tradition of conducting leading-edge experimental research in modal analysis. more >

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    The objective of the MPA program is to prepare students for public service careers. The program emphasizes the theory and practice of public management in a democratic society. more >

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    The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music offers undergraduate and graduate programs in music composition in the Division of Composition, History, Theory and Literature. The D.M.A. more >

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    The Master of Science in Health Planning/Administration is a program combining professional education in healthcare planning and administration with the School of Planning's traditional emphasis on re more >

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    Objective is to offer graduate programs in major areas of study and research including hydrogeology, geochemistry, geomorphology, igneous petrology and metamorphic petrology, mineralogy, paleontology, more >

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    The Systems Biology and Physiology Ph.D. program is focused on understanding the network structure of organisms. more >

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    The Department of Educational Foundations offers multidisciplinary master and doctoral programs for students whose interests lie in a social science and humanities approach to the study of education. more >

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    The Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees are offered through the Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences. more >

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    The M.A./M.B.A. Program in Arts Administration offers a business-based curriculum in the management of not-for-profit cultural institutions. more >

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    The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music is an internationally recognized institution providing professional education in the performing and media arts. more >

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    The University of Cincinnati Literacy Program offers graduate study in Emergent Literacy, School-Aged Literacy, Adult Literacy, and Teaching English as a Second Language within a supportive environmen more >

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    The program is housed in the College of Engineering and is well funded by internal and external research grants. more >

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    Objective is to enable the student to develop basic professional skills in the disciplineof history. more >

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