Online Programs Overview
Enroll with Ohio University without having to leave home! Even if you cannot attend classes at any Ohio University campus or center, you can become an OHIO student through one of our six associate's degree programs and 11 online bachelor's and degree-completion programs. Experience the best student-centered learning experience in the country anywhere you have an Internet connection!
Ohio University offers a selection of online undergraduate programs, from bachelor's degree to degree-completion programs, and all of them maximize the transfer of credits.
The degree-completion programs are designed for those with an associate's degree and provide options for students to complete some courses through their local community college while earning an Ohio University bachelor’s degree online, or finish all courses online.
Students who did not earn an associate's degree from one of our community college partners are still eligible to apply to an online degree program. Any student who meets program application requirements may apply to earn a bachelor's degree online. Degrees marked with an asterisk (*) below are degree-completion programs.
- Applied Management*
- Criminal Justice*
- Customer Service Leadership*
- Human Services
- Integrated Healthcare Studies*
- Interior Architecture - eCampus
- RN to BSN*
- Technical and Applied Studies*
- Technical Operations Management*
The associate's degrees are offered in a flexible format that may include a combination of online courses, print-based courses, or independent learning courses. Please note: While many of the courses may be offered online, some courses may need to be completed through print-based education courses.
- Associate in Applied Science-Equine Studies
- Associate in Arts-Arts & Humanities Emphasis
- Associate in Arts-Social Sciences Emphasis
- Associate in Individualized Studies
- Associate in Science
- Business Management Technology
Community College Partners
Ohio University nurtures partnerships with community colleges throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. You can build on your previous coursework and associate's degree by taking courses from Ohio University and your community college to earn your bachelor's degree at OHIO.