Associate Degree Programs Offered in Chillicothe:
This program offers students an emphasis in arts with two tracks of study to choose from – Arts & Humanities or Social Sciences. Coursework focuses on the liberal arts and provides a broad basis for many different degree paths.
This program prepares graduates to enter the workforce in junior accountant positions in a number of job sectors. It provides students the accounting skills needed to perform such duties as payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger, bookkeeping, auditing, and tax return preparation.
The Business Management Technology program is structured so students will acquire the necessary knowledge for entry level management positions in a wide range of business situations. Curriculum is well-suited to support small business ownership or entrepreneurship and helps those who are employed and looking to advance their credentials.
The Associate of Applied Business (A.A.B) degree in Computer Science Technology at OHIO Chillicothe prepares students for entry level Information Technology (IT) positions. The curriculum offers hands-on learning, enabling students to develop critical skills in areas such as IT technical support, network administration, web site development, database administration, software development, and testing.
The Associate of Individualized Study degree at OHIO Chillicothe is a unique opportunity for you to create a degree program that fits a specific educational niche that the University cannot meet through already established degree programs.
The Associate Degree in Science allows you the flexibility to select from a wide variety of coursework that supports studies in the liberal arts, completion of Baccalaureate and pre-professional degrees, or transfer in or out of OHIO.
The program offers courses that address knowledge and skills relevant to the preschool child such as basic child development principles, knowledge of child guidance and management, curriculum for young children, and strategies of home collaboration.
The Environmental Engineering Technology program is designed for those seeking a career in environmental engineering with areas of emphasis in environmental cleanup, air and water pollution control, health physics, and site investigation, sampling and analysis.
The program offers a generalist approach, which provides knowledge and skills applicable to a diversity of settings. Placements are available in a variety of settings and programs such as: mental health, chemical dependency, social services, domestic violence, adult and juvenile corrections, prevention services, children services, Goodwill, and community action programs.
The Law Enforcement Technology program is designed for in-service law enforcement personnel and those seeking a career in law enforcement. The program provides professional training and credit, which may be applied toward a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice at OHIO. The LET Program is available in an online format for individuals already in a career, or other students desiring schedule flexibility.
The Medical Assisting Technology (MAT) Program at Ohio University Chillicothe prepares competent entry-level medical assistants to perform those administrative and clinical tasks found in ambulatory health care. Graduates of the program are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary in both the scientific/clinical areas and the business/ administrative areas of the medical assisting field.
Upon completion of the associate degree, the graduate is prepared to take the National Council Licensure Examination which leads to licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN). Graduates of the associate degree program may choose to enter the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree (RN to BSN) Program is offered online through the School of Nursing at OHIO.
The two-year Associate of Science Degree in Nursing program at OHIO Chillicothe enjoys an established reputation for graduating well prepared, high quality registered nurses. The program is approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing, The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Ohio Board of Regents, and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). Upon completion of the Associate Degree, the working graduate is prepared to take the National Council Licensure Examination which leads to licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN).