Dual-Degree Programs

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The following is a list of the formal dual-degree relationships that various graduate programs have established with each other.

 

Business

M.S., Agricultural, Environmental and Developmental Economics and M.B.A., Fisher College of Business

M.E.N.R., Environment and Natural Resources and M.B.A., Fisher College of Business

 

Policy

For students in the environmental sciences, experience with government can round out natural and social sciences education. The Glenn School of Public Affairs has dual-degree relationships with the following environmental graduate programs:

M.S., Agricultural, Environmental and Developmental Economics and M.P.A., Glenn School

M.C.R.P., City and Regional Planning and M.P.A., Glenn School

M.S. or M.E.N.R., Environment and Natural Resources and M.P.A or M.A., Glenn School

M.P.H., Public Health and M.P.A., Glenn School

 

Planning

M.E.N.R., Environment and Natural Resources and M.C.R.P., City and Regional Planning

M.C.R.P., City and Regional Planning and M.P.A., Glenn School


Don't see a dual-degree program that fits your interests? Talk to the graduate coordinator for the graduate program(s) you're looking at. In a university the size of Ohio State, there just might be a way to get it all done.

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