John Glenn School Offers Dual Degrees for Public Service
The Food Innovation Center is devoted to fostering interdisciplinary collaboration at Ohio State surrounding the topic of global food strategy and policy. In a similar spirit, The John Glenn School of Public Affairs offers multiple dual degree programs for graduate students that span across Ohio State's colleges and departments. Degree programs at the Glenn School are designed to prepare students for a career in public service by exposing them to coursework in the areas of public policy, management, public sector economics, and decision support systems. In addition to this coursework, the Glenn School has parntered with other departments to offer dual degree programs including: Social Work, Law, Business, Public Health, City and Regional Planning, Slavic and East European Studies, Environmental and Natural Resources, and Agricultural, Environmental, and Developmental Economics.
More information about the Glenn School's academic programs can be found at http://glennschool.osu.edu/ . Interested students are encouraged to apply by January 15th to be considered for priority aid. Applications will be accepted until July 1, 2011 for the MPA and In-Career MA programs and March 15, 2011 for the PhD program.