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Graduate and Professional Admissions
Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions
281 W. Lane Ave.
PO Box 182004
Columbus, OH 43210
M. Scott Herness, Interim Vice Provost for Graduate Studies, Dean of the Graduate School
M.Appl.Stat.: Applied Statistics
M.Arch.: Architecture
M.B.A.: Business Administration
M.B.L.E.: Business Logistics Engineering
M.C.R.P.: City & Regional Planning
M.Ed.: Education
M.F.A.: Fine Arts
M.H.A.: Health Administration
M.L.H.R.: Labor & Human Resources
M.Land.Arch.: Landscape Architecture
M.S.L.: Study of Law
M.Mus.: Music
M.O.T.: Occupational Therapy
M.P.A.: Public Administration
M.P.H.: Public Health
M.P.T.: Physical Therapy
M.r.T.: Respiratory Therapy
M.S.W.: Social Work
Au.D.: Audiology
D.M.A.: Musical Arts
D.P.T.: Physical Therapy
Five Certificate of Specialist degrees

Graduate programs are available in: Accounting & Management Information Systems, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering, African-American & African Studies, Agricultural Education (see Human & Community Resource Development), Agricultural Engineering (see Food, Agricultural & Biological Engineering); Agricultural, Environmental & Development Economics; Allied Medical Professions, Anatomy, Animal Sciences, Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Art Education, Arts Policy & Administration, Astronomy, Atmospheric Sciences, Biochemistry, OS Biochemistry Program, Biomedical Engineering, Biophysics, Biostatistics, Business Administration, Chemical Engineering, Chemical Physics, Chemistry, City & Regional Planning, Civil Engineering, Classics (see Greek & Latin), Communication, Comparative Studies, Computer & Information Science, Dance, Dentistry, East Asian Languages & Literatures, Economics, Education (see Educational Policy & Leadership, Physical Activity & Educational Services, Teaching & Learning); Educational Policy & Leadership, Electrical Engineering, English, Entomology, Environmental Science; Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology; Family & Consumer Sciences Education, Family Resource Management; Food, Agricultural & Biological Engineering; Food Science & Nutrition, French & Italian, Geodetic Science & Surveying, Geography, Geological Sciences, Germanic Languages & Literatures, Greek & Latin, Health Services Management & Policy, History, History of Art, Horticulture & Crop Science, Human & Community Resource Development, Human Development & Family Science, Human Nutrition & Food Management, Industrial & Systems Engineering; Industrial, Interior & Visual Communication Design; Integrated Biomedical Science, Journalism & Communication, Labor & Human Resources, Landscape Architecture, Linguistics, Materials Science & Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Microbiology & Immunology (see Molecular Virology, Immunology & Medical Genetics), Medical Science, Microbiology; Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology; Molecular Genetics; Molecular Virology, Immunology & Medical Genetics; Music, Natural Resources, Near Eastern Languages & Cultures, Neuroscience Graduate Studies Program, Nuclear Engineering, Nursing, OSU Nutrition, Oral Biology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Philosophy, Physical Activity & Educational Services, Physics, Plant Biology, Plant Pathology, Political Science, Preventive Medicine (see Public Health), Psychology, Public Health, Public Policy & Management, Rural Sociology, Slavic & East European Languages & Literatures, Slavic & East European Studies, Social Work, Sociology, Soil Science, Spanish & Portuguese, Speech & Hearing Science, Statistics, Teaching & Learning, Textiles & Clothing, Theatre, Veterinary Biosciences, Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Veterinary Preventive Medicine, Vision Science, Vocational Education (Comprehensive Program), Welding Engineering, Women's Studies, Zoology (see Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology).
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Queens College
Queens College offers more than 100 master's degrees and advanced certificates in the liberal arts, sciences, social sciences, and teacher education.