Degree and Certificate Programs
There are a variety of full degree and certificate options available to students at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus. These are discussed further below. Of course, the campus also provides access to the beginning requirements for many degrees within the Ohio University system or at other colleges or universities.
Beyond traditional instruction, the Lancaster Campus offers a variety of one- or two-day credit workshops, fully online courses and hybrid courses, which provide a mix of online and face-to-face instruction, and an extensive selection of summer courses for current and transient students. In addition, the campus hosts high school students under the PSEOP and seniors-to-sophomores options and partners with area high schools in offering dual-credit courses. The Lancaster Campus also reaches into the community with noncredit workshops, business and corporate training, the 60+ program for senior citizens and introductory coursework for the Mt. Carmel College of Nursing BSN program in Lancaster.
Associate Degree Programs Offered in Lancaster
- Accounting Technology
- Associate of Arts
- Child Development Technology
- Computer Science Technology
- Health Technology
- Individualized Studies
- Law Enforcement Technology
Bachelors Degree Programs in Lancaster
- Communication Studies
- Criminal Justice
- Early Childhood Education
- Health Services Administration
- Middle Childhood Education
- BSS - Specialized Studies
- BTAS - Technical and Applied Studies
- BSAM - Applied Management
University Certificate Programs
University certificates provide opportunities for focused study on a particular topic, but typically from an inter-disciplinary perspective. Completion of a University certificate program is officially recognized on the student transcript.
Campus Certificate Programs
The Lancaster Campus offers the following certificates in recognition of student completion of coursework that may be applicable in specific types of employment:
Campus certificates are not officially recognized on student transcripts. But they are often useful building blocks for students on their way to a full degree.
Ohio University graduate degrees are now closer than ever for residents across Ohio and beyond its borders. Colleges and University Outreach are making high-quality graduate programs designed for the working professional — with flexible schedules, nearby locations, fully online and technology-enhanced delivery. Students are currently able to complete some or all of the coursework for the following degrees in Lancaster:
Masters of Social Science in History;
Masters in Counselor Education;
PhD in Higher Education Administration.