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List of MBA Colleges in Ohio

List of MBA Colleges in Ohio

Welcome to the top MBA directory in Ohio. We have created the list of best Ohio business colleges that provide BBA, MBA or DBA programs. Most business schools offer full-time, part-time and executive education. Such rankings are based on the student surveys, alumni reviews, admissions profiles, employment rates, average starting salary and peer school assessment. To find out detailed information about admissions and career about each school in Ohio, just follow the link below.

Ohio [o u ha i uo u ], abbreviated OH, state of the United States; 116,000 km2, 11.7 million residents (2018).Ohio, located between Lake Erie and the Ohio River, is the easternmost of the states in the Midwest. It has been named The Buckeye State after the horse-chestnut characteristic of the state. The capital is Columbus. Check abbreviationfinder for more abbreviations of Ohio as well as other acronyms that have the same abbreviation like Ohio. Visit topschoolsoflaw for top law colleges in Ohio.

Ohio. State Map.

Nature

Ohio is set in the southeastern part of a plateau landscape that belongs to the Appalachians, while the western part of the state constitutes a plain. The former area mainly has sedimentary rocks, such as sandstones, shales and rich coal deposits, as well as a scenic landscape.

The western area has a flatter terrain with glacial deposits. Lake Erie consisted of several ice lakes at the end of the ice age, whose muddy and sandy deposits are found on the shores of the present lake. The climate is relatively continental. Cleveland on Lake Eries has an average temperature in January of −3 C and in July of 22 C. The annual rainfall is around 850 mm.

Population

Ohio had stable population growth until the 1970s, but then growth has slowed. More than 83 percent of the population is white and 12 percent black. About 75 percent live in cities, and the largest urban regions are Cincinnati (2.2 million in 2016), Cleveland-Elyria (2.1 million) and Columbus (2 million).

Ohio Population 2020

Business

Ohio is one of America's foremost industrial states but also has large agricultural production. The western part belongs to the so-called corn belt. The corn is mainly used for animal feed, and animal production (pork and beef, dairy products) is significant. Furthermore, soybeans, fruits and vegetables are grown. Limestone quarrying is the largest in the United States, but coal, natural gas and oil play a greater economic role.

In the past, the business world was dominated by heavy engineering and the iron and steel industry, but in recent years major restructuring in these industries has meant that the industry's emphasis has shifted to the plastics and rubber industry, the biotechnology industry and the service and service industries. Large research centers are located in Columbus and Cleveland. Ohio has an excellent transport network with major roads and railways as well as important ports on Lake Erie (Toledo, Cleveland) and the Ohio River (Cincinnati).

Ohio. Cincinnati has a significant river port on the Ohio River.

The disturbance of the environment in Lake Eries is alarming.

Tourism and gastronomy

Although the state lacks really well-known tourist attractions to attract long-distance visitors, the income from the tourism, travel and recreation industry is significant. This is partly due to Ohio's location providing a large stream of transit travelers and partly to the fact that local tourism is extensive. The big cities with sports and cultural activities, museums etc. attract many visitors. Ohio can display a variety of historical monuments. Of great interest are the large burial mounds of prehistoric cultures, such as the Mound City Group National Monument located 65 km south of Columbus. From the colonization era there are many restored buildings and villages with museums about the settlers.

Ohio. Historic setting in the city of Medina, 30 km southwest of Cleveland. The red building from the late 19th century was formerly a fire station but has been a city museum since 2013.

Tourist destinations are also the buildings and places reminiscent of those of US presidents who came from Ohio.

The harsh living conditions that the first colonizers lived under are reflected in dishes like chipped beef on baked potatoes, where dried, shredded meat is stewed with onions and mustard, or Midwestern oatmeal cake, an oat cake that is sweet and filling. Central European fan carries chicken and dumplings. Nourishing and warming oxtail soup with beans and beans with pork and, not least, sassafras tea cooked on sassafras root are other examples of simple foods that remain in this industrialized part of the United States.

History

During the 18th century, the area was subject to fighting between France and the United Kingdom. It was granted the United Kingdom in 1763 and came from 1783 to belong to the United States. Ohio became a part of the Northwest Territory in 1787 and in 1803 the state. The first settlements were founded in 1788, but fierce resistance from the Native American people prevented a more extensive colonization until about 1815. Large canal and road construction subsequently led to a sharp increase in population. Ohio was industrialized early, mainly thanks to large iron ore assets. Democrats and Republicans have switched to the power of Ohio.

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