Knowlton School - The Ohio State University
The Knowlton School at The Ohio State University offers four graduate degree programs, including:
- Master of Architecture
- Master of Landscape Architecture
- Master of City and Regional Planning
- PhD in City and Regional Planning
Each of our master’s degrees is an accredited, professional degree. Additionally, the Master of City and Regional Planning program offers dual master’s degrees with nine other programs at Ohio State, including African-American and African Studies, Civil Engineering, Environment and Natural Resources, Environmental Science, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Law, Public Affairs and Social Work. The school also offers a graduate minor in City and Regional Planning and a Certificate in Creative Placemaking.
At the Knowlton School, students benefit from the resources of The Ohio State University, one of the country’s top research institutions, while enjoying the support of a tight-knit community of 200 graduate students, more than 30 full-time faculty, and a professional network of over 7,000 alumni. The Knowlton School’s curricula are supplemented by workshops, seminars, competitions, conferences, design charrettes, travel programs and a public lecture series that features the disciplines’ leading theorists and practitioners.
Our home city of Columbus, Ohio is one of the fastest-growing, progressive cities in the nation. The city is not only a great place to live, but its urban landscape and regional environment, local government and community groups, and vibrant art, design and planning culture are in many ways an extension of the classroom for our students.