Ullman School of Design

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The Myron E. Ullman, Jr. School of Design aims to prepare its students to be skilled professionals who can ably work in local and global markets while respecting the diversity of the human community. Through innovative teaching with the newest design thinking methods and technologies, inspired interdisciplinary projects, and solid corporate partnerships, the School of Design is devoted to furthering its role as a leading design institution.


Design Programs

Undergraduate and graduate programs empower students in our Myron E. Ullman, Jr. School of Design with a core of knowledge that provides a solid educational base. Our students are prepared for careers in fashion, communication design (also known as graphic design) and industrial design by a passionate faculty, rigorous academic endeavors, and a world-class professional practice (co-op) program.

The School of Design offers degrees in:

As part of the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, the School of Design programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Arts and Design (NASAD).

P&G Diversity in Design Scholarship & Fellowship Funds

                                                                                            These funds are a result of P&G Beauty's strong belief that diversity drives innovation and creates more holistic solutions to serve all consumers and communities better. 

The P&G Diversity in Design Undergraduate Scholarship Fund has been created to support under-represented undergraduate students in DAAP's Myron E. Ullman, Jr. School of Design throughout the course of their studies. Each recipient also has the opportunity to gain invaluable experience with a paid P&G co-op and mentorship.

Master of Design applicants can earn The P&G Diversity in Design Graduate Fellowship. This fund will support selected under-represented graduate students for the two-year program, plus award additional opportunities for co-op and mentorship with P&G. More information on this fellowship can be found on our Master in Design page under "UC Advantages and Special Opportunities."  

All prospective School of Design students who meet the criteria will receive scholarship and fellowship consideration.

Myron E. Ullman, Jr. School of Design

College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning
6415 Aronoff
University of Cincinnati
PO Box 210016
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0016

P 513-556-4298
F 513-556-0240

For more information contact:

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Robyn Olivo

Program Coordinator