The University of Cincinnati College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) has a long tradition in graduate studies, with one of our earliest Doctor of Philosophy degrees dating back to the early 1900s. We continue that tradition of commitment to scholarly excellence through the nearly 50 graduate degrees and certificates we offer today.
Classified as a Research I institution by the Carnegie Commission, UC is situated close to collaborative institutions such as UC Medical campus, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, the Evironmental Protection Agency and the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.
Offered on UC's Uptown Campus, A&S graduate programs combine the resources of a top-tier, urban research university with small classes and individual mentoring, led by our renowned, award-winning faculty. Our graduate programs offer you access to top scholars and researchers, training in state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, and mentorships designed to build a strong foundation for future success.