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Bachelor of Criminal Justice

The Bachelor of Criminal Justice (B.C.J.) is intended for students who have already completed an applied associate degree program in the criminal justice field from an accredited community college, regional campus, or technical college, and who wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The guiding premise of the program is that the criminal justice system can be improved by providing high-quality, liberal education to men and women who have already earned an associate degree in a related field.

Upon graduation, you will have the opportunity for employment in law enforcement agencies and juristic and correctional agencies on the local, state, and federal levels, or in the private sector. Through this academic curriculum, you may prepare for a career in law enforcement administration, corrections, forensic chemistry, prelaw, juvenile offender programs, probation and parole, prosecution, and criminal justice planning, among others.

Since a bachelor's degree is rapidly becoming a minimum requirement for employment in this field, your chances for employment and advancement are strengthened greatly by this program. You also may decide to continue your education at the graduate level.

Read through the degree requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.

The B.C.J. can be completed through the Online Degree Completion Program, through which you will take online classes from Ohio University and also may choose to take some required courses at a local university, community or technical college, or at an Ohio University regional campus.

If you are located near one of our Community College Partners, you can complete the degree through your local partner. Visit the Community College Partners page for more information about our partners.

If you are not located near or did not graduate from one of our Community College Partners, individual degree plans can be set up. Email onlinecomplete@ohio.edu or call 888.502.8989 for more information on this option.

This degree is offered through University College and also can be earned on-campus at the University's Athens Campus. For more information about that option visit University College for more details.

Bachelor of Science in Applied Management

The Bachelor of Science in Applied Management (B.S.A.M.) degree is intended for students who have completed an associate degree or two-year degree program (90 or more quarter hours or 60 or more semester hours) from an accredited community college, regional campus, or technical college, and who want to further their education by completing the requirements for a baccalaureate degree.

The program provides a way for working adults holding a two-year degree to complete a bachelor’s degree in the equivalent of two additional years of full-time study. General and technical skills developed in a student’s associate degree program are integrated with professional skills and dispositions taught in a bachelor’s of management degree program.

The required courses will qualify students for leadership and management positions in a variety of industries, especially in the field of business. Students who complete the program also are eligible for entry into a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program.

This degree requires a student to complete an internship (course SAM 3910). There is information about the internship requirements and expectations on the Lancaster Campus Bachelor of Science in Applied Management page. Be sure to view the Getting Started document first.

Read through the degree requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.

The B.S.A.M. can be completed through the Online Degree Completion Program, through which you will take online classes from Ohio University and also may choose to take some required courses at a local university, community or technical college, or at an Ohio University regional campus.

If you are located near one of our Community College Partners, you can complete the degree through your local partner. Visit the Community College Partners page for more information about our partners.

If you are not located near or did not graduate from one of our Community College Partners, individual degree plans can be set up. Email onlinecomplete@ohio.edu or call 888.502.8989 for more information on this option.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

The Ohio University School of Nursing's RN-to-B.S.N. program is designed especially for registered nurses (RNs) who want to further their education and advance their career by earning a bachelor's degree in nursing (B.S.N.). We realize that nurses juggle multiple demands career, family, and classes and carving out time to drive to campus and sit for a lecture can be difficult. The online RN-to-BSN program provides flexibility to earn a valuable degree through anytime, anywhere learning.

The RN-to-BSN program delivery is based on the knowledge that virtually any experience that takes place in a traditional classroom setting can be emulated online. You may feel more connected to your teacher and peers during an online course because the discussion continues whenever and wherever you choose.

And we understand your needs as a distance learner. We'll work with you to obtain the best quality clinical experiences that are close to your home. Concerned that you'll feel disconnected and out of touch? Relax. Faculty are easily accessible via the class site and via telephone. Technical help is available when you need it.

Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), unique in its flexibility, and recognized for its quality, this program may be just right for you. Click here for more information about the program.

Upon completing the RN-to-BSN program requirements, you will receive the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Degree requirements are available in the Undergraduate Catalog.

If you are located near one of our Community College Partners, you can complete the degree through your local partner. Visit the Community College Partners page for more information about our partners.

If you are not located near or did not graduate from one of our Community College Partners, individual degree plans can be set up. Email onlinecomplete@ohio.edu or call 888.502.8989 for more information on this option.

This degree is offered through the School of Nursing in the College of Health Sciences and Professions. If your associate degree in nursing (ADN) is from Ohio University, you will not need to submit transcripts when you apply.

Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies

The Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies (B.T.A.S.) is designed for students who have already completed an associate degree in a technical program (applied science or applied business degree) from an accredited community college, regional campus, or technical college, and who want to further their education by completing the requirements for a baccalaureate degree.

The program provides students with knowledge, skills, and values necessary for advancement in their chosen careers. Technical skills developed within applied associate degree programs are integrated with professional development in areas of communication, research, culture, politics, and organizational leadership.

The program is intended to provide a means by which working adults holding two-year technical degrees can complete a bachelor's degree program in the equivalent of two additional years of full-time study. The B.T.A.S. maximizes the transfer of previously earned credits.

Read through the degree requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.

The B.T.A.S. can be completed through the Online Degree Completion Program, through which you will take online classes from Ohio University and also may choose to take some required courses at a local university, community or technical college, or at an Ohio University regional campus.

If you are located near one of our Community College Partners, you can complete the degree through your local partner. Visit the Community College Partners page for more information about our partners.

If you are not located near or did not graduate from one of our Community College Partners, individual degree plans can be set up. Email onlinecomplete@ohio.edu or call 888.502.8989 for more information on this option.

This degree can also be completed on-campus at Ohio University's five regional campuses. For more information about the regional campuses visit www.ouorc.ohio.edu.

 

 


 

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