University of Cincinnati Graduate School

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Type
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Graduate Programs
147
Tuition
$14,468
in-state
$26,210
out-of-state
varies by program
Graduate Students
10,777
 

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AT A GLANCE

A City for Young Professionals

Cincinnati provides the perfect backdrop for the graduate experience, offering academic-corporate partnerships, exciting career opportunities and all the big-city amenities in an area with an affordable cost of living.

Graduate students play a critical role in the University of Cincinnati's status as a comprehensive research-intensive university. Through the Graduate School's 350+ graduate degree and certificate programs, University of Cincinnati graduate students generate knowledge and discovery that benefit society.

At the University of Cincinnati Graduate School, we invest in tomorrow’s leaders and professionals.

 

"I know that I will leave UC with lifelong networks, particularly with my professors who have been instrumental in my current and future success at UC."
 Maurice AdkinsPhD, History

 

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147 Graduate Programs Offered

Program Certificate Master's Doctorate
Campus Hybrid Online Campus Hybrid Online Campus Hybrid Online
Accounting                
Adult & Geriatric Nursing              
Aerospace Engineering              
Anthropology                
Applied Behavior Analysis                
Architecture              
Art History                
Art and Fine Arts                
Arts Management                
Asian Studies                
Audiology              
BSN to MSN Programs                
Biological and Physical Sciences              
Biomedical Engineering              
Biometrics/Biostatistics              
Business Doctorate & PhD                
Business-Management, MS/MA                
Cell & Molecular Biology              
Chemical Engineering              
Chemistry              
Civil Engineering              
Classics              
Clinical Research                
Communication Sci & Disorders            
Communication Studies                
Comparative Literature              
Computer Science                
Criminal Justice            
Curriculum & Instruction              
Design - other                
Economics                
Education of the Gifted                
Educational Leadership              
Electrical Engineering            
English              
Environmental Engineering              
Epidemiology              
Film Studies                
Finance                
French                
General MBA              
Genetic Counseling                
Geography              
Geology              
German              
Health Communication                
Health Education              
Health Informatics                
Healthcare Administration              
Higher Education                
History              
Human Physiology              
Human Resource Management              
Industrial Hygiene                
Information Systems                
Information Technology            
Jewish Studies                
Leadership                
Marketing                
Material Science              
Mathematics              
Mechanical Engineering            
Microbiology/Immunology              
Midwifery                
Modern & Romance Languages                
Museum Studies                
Neuroscience                
Nursing                
Nutrition                
Paralegal Studies                
Pediatric/Neonatal Nursing                
PharmD Programs                
Pharmaceutical Science            
Philosophy                
Physical Therapy                
Physics              
Political Science              
Professional Writing              
Psychology - General              
Public Health                
Real Estate                
School Counseling                
School Psychology                
Social Work - MSW                
Sociology              
Spanish                
Special Education              
Statistics                
TESOL Education                
Taxation - Business                
Teaching English              
Teaching History                
Teaching Math                
Theater and Drama                
Toxicology              
Women's Studies              

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Cost Per Credit Hour

$724.00

$1,311.00

varies by program

Student Body

10,777 students

5,406 full-time

5,371 part-time

Female
60%
6,428

Male
40%
4,328

Admission

Application Fee
*may vary by program
$65
Housing Offered? yes

Contact

Admissions Office

grad.info@uc.edu
Admissions Officer
james.mack@uc.edu