Graduate Degrees in Workforce Leadership and Policy
Gain the expertise to become a leader in education settings, from K-12 to postsecondary education. Or choose to conduct or lead professional development within corporate, governmental or nonprofit organizations or in hospitals or medical centers. Develop your ability to work in the policy field by learning to identify, analyze and develop key policies shaping educational institutions or professional development opportunities.
The master’s program in Biomedical Education is a thesis-only specialization combining the practice of clinical medicine with formal training in educational theory and practice. It is a partnership between the colleges of Education and Human Ecology and Medicine.
One of the premiere programs in the country, Educational Administration at Ohio State trains the country’s future school district superintendents, school principals and teacher leaders. Students get extensive research and in-the-field experience for a distinct advantage as a leader in education.
Interdisciplinary in nature, Educational Policy helps students develop the skills to understand, analyze, evaluate and write about policy processes and issues in education that are designed to drive practical improvements in education settings at all levels.
Ohio State is one of the nation's strongest programs preparing leaders in Higher Education and Student Affairs. The comprehensive curriculum emphasizes rigorous research and professional development while creating opportunities for learning, collaboration, and community-building.
Learning Technologies is an interdisciplinary program focused on the intersections of learning and technology in formal and informal educational settings and in society at-large. The program prepares students to design, implement, study and evaluate learning technologies for a diverse range of educational contexts.
The program in Philosophy and History of Education prepares students to interpret, criticize, and construct educational ideas and arguments. This preparation includes examining the history of educational thought, institutions, and policies in their cultural and philosophical contexts.
A degree in Quantitative Research, Evaluation and Measurement allows students to approach their career with an in-depth understanding of quantitative methods. The expertise gained to create, identify and evaluate tests, surveys and curriculum programs, will contribute significantly in an educational setting.
The Workforce Development and Education program prepares educators for their future in schools, the workplace and organizations. Students are prepared to become successful professionals in adult learning and human resource development, business education, career and technical education, and family and consumer sciences education.