Diploma News

Ohio State University degrees and majors
Business school
The Fisher College of Business focuses on business education and research in accounting, finance, management, management science, marketing and logistics. The school provides students with a lasting and life-changing business education. The school constantly challenges traditional ways of thinking, cultivates students' moral perspectives, and equips students with innovative awareness and leadership. Five academic departments, Accounting and Management Information Systems, Finance, Management and Human Resources, Management Science, and Marketing and Logistics, offer undergraduate and graduate programs.
School of architecture
The Austin E. Knowlton School ofArchitecture (Austin E. Knowlton School ofArchitecture) was founded in the 19th century with a focus on training urban planners, landscape architects and architects. The college combines technical practice with theoretical courses. At undergraduate level, students are encouraged to take advantage of their theoretical knowledge to actively participate in activities. At the graduate level, students are provided with a broad range of knowledge concepts combined with their technical expertise.
School of education
The College of Education and Human Ecology, founded in 1895, has a teaching philosophy of "learning is a lifelong process" and provides students with a specialized educational curriculum. The school is dedicated to preparing students to become professional educators and researchers, and is one of the best education schools in the United States. The School offers 24 undergraduate and graduate programs, with a focus on keeping up with The Times, constantly revamping the university's internal structure and curriculum content, and offering advanced courses.
School of Public Affairs
The John Glenn College of Public Affairs is committed to inspiring and developing students to become a new generation of public and nonprofit professional leaders capable of addressing issues of civic life and social change today and in the future. Through internships and working with community partners, students get content that goes beyond the classroom and constantly uses new approaches to solve real-world problems. The school addresses issues such as homelessness, national debt, global poverty, and educational opportunities for women through undergraduate and graduate programs.