Graduate Interdisciplinary Specializations
Expand your knowledge and the expertise of your graduate learning with an interdisciplinary specialization. These programs allow you to understand multiple perspectives from experts across The Ohio State University and the approaches to solve complex issues relevant to your studies.
This multidisciplinary field of social-science research that seeks to integrate basic science and developmental theory with applied science on practices, policies, and programs.
The Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization in Obesity Sciences teaches students how to address this epidemic from biological, psychological, social, and relational perspectives as well as be equipped with the skills and expertise to contribute to solving the obesity epidemic.
For graduate students interested in methodology beyond basic regression, the Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization in Quantitative Research Methods can help give you the advanced interdisciplinary skills needed for your career.
The Teaching in Virtual Environments graduate minor prepares you to teach students online. Learn the theories, technologies and methods needed to provide a quality education and experience online effectively and successfully in college, university and adult education environments.
The minor will allow you to develop critical skills and knowledge necessary to work with persons with visual impairments. Learn about various eye conditions, eye anatomy, and medical diagnostics and how to implement best practices in a variety of settings to promote access and inclusion.