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Summer 2013-2014
Application Deadline
March 15, 2014
Transcript Deadline
April 1, 2014

Fall 2014-2015
Application Deadline
June 15, 2014
Transcript Deadline
July 1, 2014

Attention RN-to-BSN Students: Application and Transcript Deadlines

(Dates subject to change.)

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Earn an Ohio University
bachelor's degree -
without leaving Hocking College!

If you have completed an applied associate degree from Hocking* – or if you will soon – you are well on your way to a bachelor’s degree. And you can earn it without leaving home!Save Money!
*or another accredited community college, regional campus or technical college

JUST TWO YEARS
1 additional year of Hocking courses PLUS online courses from Ohio University

SAVE MONEY
Pay Hocking tuition rate for all classes taken at Hocking and only $240 per semester credit hour** for online courses from Ohio University. ** Ohio residents

 


Four academic programs offered!

 

BCJ

Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Designed for those who have completed an associate degree in a related field, such as criminal justice or law enforcement, this degree enhances ability to advance a career.

BSAM

Bachelor of Science in Applied Management
Intended for those who have completed an associate degree or two-year degree program and want to build knowledge and skills necessary for advancement in the field of management.

BSN

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-to-BSN)
A degree program designed especially for registered nurses (RNs) who want to further their educations and advance their careers by earning a bachelor's degree in nursing.

BTAS

Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies
A degree for those who have already completed an associate degree in any technical field (AAS, AAB or ATS) and want to build on that foundation to earn a baccalaureate degree.

 

Why earn a bachelor's degree from OHIO University?

  • A tradition of academic excellence
  • As few as two additional years of study beyond your applied or technical associate degree
  • Flexible curriculum composed of business related course work in professional, behavioral, and leadership skill areas
  • Develop a unique and useful skill set to position yourself for career advancement, such as managerial/supervisory positions within your technical field
  • Gain skills you can apply immediately in the workplace

Want info about transferring to Ohio University's Athens campus? Visit: ohio.edu/transfer

For more information:

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Contact Your Partnership Director

Ohio University's
Partnership Manager for
Hocking College:

Veronica Hiner
Phone:

614-284-0576
Email:
hiner@ohio.edu

Information

 

Veronica Hiner will visit campus on the following dates:

April
Wed, Apr 2, 9a-4p
Thu, Apr 3, 9a-4p
Wed, Apr 9, 9a-4p

Transfer Fair
Student Center
Tues, Apr 15, 10a-2p


Wed, Apr 16, 9a-4p
Wed, Apr 23, 9a-4p
Wed, Apr 30, 9a-4p

May
Wed, May 7, 9a-4p
Thu, May 8, 9a-4p


Visit the Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) Approved Courses Bulletin Board, provided by the Ohio Board of Regents to help students find equivalent, or equal, TAG approved courses at Ohio public institutions of higher education. This link will open a new window.


 

 

     

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