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The University of Cincinnati offers graduate and undergraduate courses to nearly 40,000 students. The University is committed to academic excellence and strongly promotes faculty research and scholarship. With more than $353 million in research funding, UC is an innovative leader in Ohio and beyond. Programs range from the organic form at the lab bench to the lines on a drafting table, with discoveries found in basic, clinical and translational research, as well as creative works and performance. Colleges at the University of Cincinnati include: The McMicken College of Arts & Sciences, Allied Health Sciences, Applied Science, Business, Clermont College, Music, Design, Architecture, Art & Planning, Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Nursing, The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, The Raymond Walters College, The School of Social Work, and Graduate School. Bioscience related courses include Biochemistry, Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Sciences, Biological and Physical Sciences, Biology, Cell Physiology, Cellular Biology & Histology, Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology/Technician, Chemistry, Clinical Laboratory Science, Medical Technology/Technologist, Developmental Biology & Embryology, Environmental Health, Horticultural Science, Human/Medical Genetics, Immunology, Medical Scientist, Neuroscience, Pathology/Experimental Pathology, Pharmacy, General Physiology, Radiation Biology/Radiobiology and Toxicology.