Thank you for your interest in the Graduate School at the University of Cincinnati. As a graduate student at UC, you will join a diverse community of students enrolled at one of the nation's top public universities. Finding the right graduate school for you is an important decision, and in this section you can learn more about our degree programs, admissions criteria and funding opportunities, along with other helpful information.
Preparing to Apply
Students may take classes at UC without being enrolled in a UC degree program. Their official status is "non-matriculated," which is a traditional academic term meaning "not enrolled in a degree program."
Before you register for classes, you must complete the Basic Data Form. This form enables the UC Registrar to update or create your student record. After submitting the Basic Data Form, it will take a day or two to enter all the information into our student database. Then you will be able to register for classes.
Graduate Studies at UC
The MS program in mathematics offers students a thorough background in advanced mathematical concepts, focusing on clear, logical reasoning and communication. Students may choose from a variety of possible concentrations, including algebra, analysis, differential equations, probability and financial mathematics.
Beginning in August, graduate students enrolled in U.S. universities can apply through the Institute of International Education for support to conduct doctoral research at one of 15 prestigious universities in China under the Joint Research Ph.D. Fellowship of the Confucius China Studies Program. The fellowship will support 60 doctoral candidates to go to China to study, conduct research, and write their doctoral dissertations for a period of six months to two years. Funding will cover tuition, research costs, medical insurance, airfare and a stipend for living expenses. For more information, visit www.iie.org/ccsp.
Physics professor Dr. Zupan recently received the 2014 Young Investigator Award from the UC chapter of Sigma Xi, the scientific research society, for his work with the Higgs boson and his continued contributions to particle physics. This award recognizes a junior faculty member, currently in his/her early career, for distinguished research accomplishments in a science or engineering field.
If you’re planning to apply for a Fulbright grant, we encourage you to get in touch with UC’s Office of Nationally Competitive Awards by emailing email@example.com. The NCA staff is happy to discuss your plans, talk about the application process and provide feedback on your application essays. The campus deadline for the 2015-16 competition is September 2, so make an appointment today!
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