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  • Master's Degrees, University of Cincinnati
    and film interdisciplinary studies literary theory and teaching The faculty covers all the major periods of French and Francophone literature and are active scholars at the national and international levels Professors work closely with graduate students in their course work and many of our students are engaged in joint projects or research and teaching with faculty members In addition to financial support the teaching assistants receive helpful supervision including a two week teacher training seminar prior to classes and an ongoing teaching practicum during the school year The graduate students are seen as an essential and vital part of the Department The success our students have had in finding teaching positions attests to the effectiveness of this program Students are expected to register for three 4 credit courses each quarter and expected to present for comprehensive examination in the spring quarter of their second year The MA in French at UC is an ideal degree both for students wishing to teach at high school or college level as well as for students wishing to continue to the Ph D level show hide Quick Info Program Code 15MA FREN Duration varies Admission Criteria Highly competitive Location Main Campus Department Romance Languages Literature McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact OH 45221 Maria Paz Moreno Email moreno uc edu Phone 513 556 1831 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to UC UC Schedule of Classes search course availability and descriptions Curriculum

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  • Master's Degrees, University of Cincinnati
    PSYC9060 Neuropsychology I 3 PSYC9061 Neuropsychology II 3 PSYC9065 Neuropsychology Practicum 1 3 PSYC9072 Special Topics in Clinical Child Psychology 3 Thesis PSYC7095 Research on the Master s Thesis 1 9 15MA PSYC Organizational CommunityPsychology Groupings Core 1 PSYC7021 Social and Personality Psychology across the Lifespan 3 PSYC7035 Cognition across the Lifespan 3 Core 2 OLHR9000 MHR Capstone 3 PSYC6004 Industrial Organizational Psychology 3 Applied Coursework OLHR6050 Teams 3 OLHR8010 HR and OD and Change 2 3 OLHR8012 HR Consulting 3 OLHR8029 Individual Behavior in the Workplace 2 3 OLHR8030 HR Measurement 1 2 3 OLHR8031 HR Measurement 2 2 3 OLHR8076 Employee Development and Training 2 3 OLHR8082 Negotiation 2 3 OLHR8084 The Diverse Workforce 2 3 OLHR8090 Strategic Leadership for HR 2 3 OLHR8096 Performance Management 2 3 OLHR8098 Teaching Practicum 1 3 OLHR8099 Research in HR 1 3 15MA PSYC Non Thesis Groupings Core Coursework PSYC7021 Social and Personality Psychology across the Lifespan 3 PSYC7031 Biological Bases of Behavior across the lifespan 3 PSYC7033 History and Philosophy of Psychology 3 PSYC7035 Cognition across the Lifespan 3 Advanced Statistics PSYC7050 Methods Measurement and Design 3 PSYC7060 Introduction to Statistical Models in Psychology 3 PSYC7061 Generalized and Mixed Statistical Models 3 PSYC7062 Structural Equation Models 3 Emphasis Area PSYC7051 Grant Proposal Writing 3 PSYC7075 Cognition Action and Perception Seminar 1 PSYC7076 Experimental Research Seminar 1 PSYC7090 Non Thesis Research 1 12 PSYC7095 Research on the Master s Thesis 1 9 PSYC8090 Clinical Psychology Practicum 1 3 PSYC9015 Special Topics in Cognition Action and Perception 2 3 PSYC9020 Theories of Perception 2 PSYC9030 Control and Coordination of Action 2 PSYC9050 Health Psychology I 3 PSYC9051 Health Psychology II 3 PSYC9059 Health Psychology Case Conference 1 PSYC9060 Neuropsychology I 3 PSYC9061 Neuropsychology II 3 PSYC9065 Neuropsychology Practicum 1 3 PSYC9069 Neuropsychology Case Conference 1 PSYC9072 Special Topics in Clinical Child Psychology 3 UC Advantages and Special Opportunities Why UC Small cohort based program means strong peer relationships and a focus on shared learning Top scholar faculty in organizational and community psychology Small program means strong faculty student relationships and allows for greater assistance in obtaining placements in top doctoral programs and exciting professional positions 4 1 program allows high performing UC undergraduates to obtain a Masters degree with one additional year of study while paying undergraduate tuition rates Our program includes A combination of formal coursework with opportunities for real world applied work as part of the Capstone project thesis related research and other XXXXX 5 required courses in psychology and research Multiple options for electives that allow you to customize the program The Master s Thesis option for the Capstone allows you to design and execute independent research The Master s Non Thesis option for the Capstone allows you to apply classroom learning to professional experience Strong mentorship through formal and informal faculty advising Special Programs The Department of Psychology at the University of Cincinnati promotes knowledge of psychology including organizational and community psychology through research teaching and service We

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  • Master's Degrees, University of Cincinnati
    Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Master s Degrees Back to Program List Mathematics The Department of Mathematical Sciences has a long tradition in graduate study having initiated the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the early 1900s In addition to the Ph D the department offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science and Master of Arts in Teaching degrees With 43 full time faculty and approximately 70 full time students the departments low student faculty ratio provides an excellent environment for study and research direction The department has strong research groups in the areas of algebra complex analysis differential equations dynamical systems functional analysis numerical analysis probability topology and statistics The Master of Science degree can be directed to achieve a multitude of ends In consultation with their advisers students select a program of courses designed to provide basic training in mathematics at the graduate level and in depth study in areas of special interest If students intend to seek employment in industry or business they may concentrate on applied mathematics numerical analysis or statistics courses Students interested in the Ph D degree would seek broad training in pure or applied mathematics show hide Quick Info Program Code 15MS MATH Duration varies Location Main Campus Department Mathematical Sciences McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Don French Email donald french uc edu Phone 513 556 4053 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to UC UC Schedule of Classes

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  • Master's Degrees, University of Cincinnati
    Degrees Back to Program List Anthropology The Master of Arts degree in Anthropology emphasizes methodological training that prepares students to conduct independent anthropological research While developing fluency with topics in three traditional subdisciplines archaeology biological anthropology and sociocultural anthropology students also take courses that prepare them for independent research which culminates in a thesis Students work closely with faculty mentors to identify projects that contribute to broader disciplinary debates A representative list of recent theses is available on the departmental website http www artsci uc edu departments anthropology graduate programs anthropology theses html An MA degree provides preparation for application to a PhD program in Anthropology not currently offered at UC The PhD is required for a career in academic research and four year college teaching and for many nonacademic positions at the professional level The MA degree in anthropology may also be appropriate preparation for further study in such fields as law medicine or business where the student expects to work in a multicultural or international environment Students who have completed their education at the MA level have found employment in cultural resources management archaeology museums education and related public service fields including public health show hide Quick Info Program Code 15MA ANTH Real World Learning Components Research Duration 2 years Admission Criteria Selective Location Main Campus Department Anthropology McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Dr Daniel Murphy Director of Graduate Studies Email murphdl ucmail uc edu Phone 513 556 3415 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and

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  • Master's Degrees, University of Cincinnati
    master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Master s Degrees Back to Program List German For more than a century the Department of German Studies has successfully trained its graduate students to compete in the professional world The graduate program enjoys a national and international reputation and its graduates hold teaching positions at some of the most distinguished American universities and colleges The faculty members are active internationally recognized scholars and innovative dedicated teachers The annual presence of a Max Kade Distinguished Visiting Professor adds to the department s excellence The course offerings of the department span the entire spectrum of German literature with an emphasis on 20th and 21st century literary culture and film The department is strongly student oriented providing both theoretical and practical experience in the teaching of German language literature and culture Graduate students accepted into the program are eligible for teaching assistantships in addition to tuition remission They can also compete for fellowships among them the prestigious Max Kade Graduate Fellowship and the distinguished Taft Fellowships as well as stipends to study abroad Most graduate students earn additional money by teaching summer school in the department In addition German Studies offers editorial assistantships to students interested in working with any of the important journals in German Studies Journal of Austrian Studies the Celan Jahrbuch and Focus on German Studies show hide Quick Info Program Code 15MA GRMN Duration 2 years Admission Criteria Selective Location Main Campus Department German Studies McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact 741 Old Chemistry Building Cincinnati OH 45221 Tanja Nusser Email tanja nusser uc edu Phone 513 556 2752 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward

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  • Master's Degrees, University of Cincinnati
    an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Majors Minors Certificates 3 Year Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Master s Degrees Back to Program List Political Science The Political Science Department offers the Master of Arts degree for students who are pursuing a terminal degree or preparing to enter a doctoral program The master s degree requires a concentration in one of the department s subfields and the completion of either a master s thesis or professional paper Students may choose to complete a Certificate in Public Opinion and Survey Research as part of their program of studies The department also offers a joint M A J D program with the College of Law at the University of Cincinnati More information on all these programs can be found at the department s website show hide Quick Info Program Code 15MA POL Duration 2 years Location Main Campus Department Political Science McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Stephen Mockabee Email stephen mockabee uc edu Phone 513 556 3300 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students

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  • Doctoral Degrees, University of Cincinnati
    or workshop style and all classes are supervised by our most active researchers and publishing writers The curriculum is enhanced by the annual Ropes Lecture series speakers from the Taft Center for the Humanities and a superlative array of visiting creative writers The doctoral program emphasizes the study of modern and contemporary literature Our literature curriculum is driven by a broad interest in theory and the relationship between writing and culture UC was one of the first programs in the nation to have developed the option for a creative dissertation which currently includes an independent critical essay Our doctoral students have outstanding publication histories and a strong record of job placement Virtually all admitted doctoral students receive departmental financial aid in the form of scholarships and assistantships Students that are awarded graduate assistantships teach one course per term They receive extensive theory and practice based training in teaching composition and additional pedagogical training and opportunities are available Applicants interested in consideration for departmental financial aid must submit complete applications by January 15 show hide Quick Info Program Code 15PHD ENGCL Duration 5 years Location Main Campus Department English and Comparative Literature McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Kevin Newman Email kevin newman uc edu Phone 513 556 3906 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to UC UC Schedule of Classes search course availability and descriptions Curriculum Guide Versions Admission Requirements All applications are given careful and individual review

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  • Doctoral Degrees, University of Cincinnati
    Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Majors Minors Certificates 3 Year Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Doctoral Degrees Back to Program List Philosophy The Philosophy Department curriculum covers most areas in contemporary philosophical problems as well as most of the major periods in the history of philosophy The department is especially strong in philosophy of mind and philosophy of the life sciences Please consult the department webpage for information on the strengths of individual faculty The Ph D program in Philosophy offers two tracks the Traditional Track and the Sciences Track Students in the Sciences Track do graduate work in a science and write an interdisciplinary dissertation The graduate program is a relatively small one which allows close working relationships between faculty and graduate students In recent years the ratio of faculty to funded graduate students has been nearly one to one Distinguished visiting speakers are brought to the department on a regular basis The department hosts an annual colloquium which brings in up to a dozen scholars focused on a specific theme show hide Quick Info Program Code 15PHD PHIL Duration varies Location Main Campus Department Philosophy McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Vesna Kocani Email kocaniv uc edu Phone 513 556 6329 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to

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