Education

Colleges and universities 

Greater Cincinnati schools help prepare their graduates for a successful career at your food or flavoring company.

Miami University

  • A public university with more than 23,000 students 
  • Among the Top 10 undergraduate teaching schools in the U.S. (U.S. News & World Report, 2016) 
  • Recognized as one of America’s best colleges in the Princeton Review (2016) 
  • Offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in animal biology, biology and cellular biology, botany, nutrition, plant biology, and zoology 

Morehead State University

  • A public, co-educational university with an enrollment of more than 10,000 students 
  • Offers majors in agriculture, agribusiness and ecology 

Northern Kentucky University

  • A metropolitan university of nearly 15,000 students 
  • Cited for academic quality and value by CIO magazine, U.S. News and World Report and Forbes   
  • Home to the Dorothy Westerman Herrmann Natural Science Center, with laboratories for general, organic, analytical, inorganic, physical and biochemistry 
  • Offers undergraduate degree programs that meets the requirements of American Chemical Association certification 

The University of Cincinnati (UC)

  • A public research institution with more than 44,000 students enrolled at campuses in Cincinnati, Blue Ash and Clermont County 
  • Ranked in Top 100 public schools (U.S. News, 2016) 
  • Earned a Top 10 ranking for MBA programs with the greatest financial value upon graduation (U.S. News, 2014) 
  • Offers majors in biology, chemical and biological engineering, dietetics, environmental biology, food and nutrition, and horticulture 

University of Kentucky

  • A public university with an enrollment of more than 28,000 students 
  • Offers majors in agricultural economics, agricultural operations, agronomy and crop science, animal sciences, food science, equine science, plant pathology, plant sciences, and soil sciences  

Wilmington College

  • An independent, co-educational liberal arts college with an enrollment of more than 1,400 students 
  • Offers majors in agricultural production and biology 

Xavier University

  • A Jesuit Catholic university with nearly 7,000 students 
  • Ranked sixth best Midwest university and sixth best college for veterans.  
  • Offers undergraduate degrees with majors in applied chemistry, biology, chemical science and chemistry, environmental science, and land, farming and community 

Community and technical colleges 

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College  

  • A public, two-year college with an enrollment of more than 9,000 students  
  • Provides student-focused, quality technical and general education, academic transfer, experiential and cooperative education, and workforce development 
  • Offers one of the largest cooperative learning programs in the U.S. 
  • Offers degree and certificate programs in dietary management, dietetic technology, sustainable horticulture and sustainable agriculture management 

Sinclair Community College  

  • An urban community college with an enrollment of more 25,000 students 
  • Consistently ranked as one of the top community colleges in the United States 
  • Offers programs in dietetics, chemistry, food service management and nutritional/dietary management 

Assets 

REDI Cincinnati is your first point-of-contact for questions about locating or expanding your food & flavoring company in our region. To learn more, contact REDI at (513) 562-8474 or info@REDICincinnati.com.

SNAPSHOT

  • More than 200,000 students graduate annually from 300 colleges within a 200-mile radius of Greater Cincinnati
  • Many of the region’s colleges and universities offer cooperative learning and workforce development programs
  • Greater Cincinnati’s cost of living is 30 percent lower than the coasts and 10 percent lower than the rest of the nation. (COLI, 2015)
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