March 15, 2014
April 1, 2014
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Earn an Ohio University bachelor's degree -
without leaving the Huntington area!
If you have completed an applied associate degree from Mountwest Community & Technical College* – or if you will soon – you are well on your way to a bachelor’s degree. And you can earn it without leaving home!
*or another accredited community college, regional campus or technical college
AS LITTLE AS TWO YEARS
You can take some courses at Mountwest and others at Ohio University, either online or in-person right across the river at the Proctorville Center or at the Southern Campus in Ironton.
Pay Mountwest tuition rate for all classes taken at Mountwest and a special low rate for tuition for Ohio University courses.
2013-2014 academic year tuition for OHIO courses:
Ohio Residents: $240 per credit hour for OHIO online courses ($243 per credit hour for non-resident)
$224 per credit hour for OHIO in-person courses in Proctorville/Ironton ($227 per credit hour for non-resident)
ONLINE OR IN-PERSON
The courses you must take from Ohio University can be completed online, but Mountwest students also have the convenient option of in-person classes at the nearby Proctorville Center -- right across the river -- or at the Southern Campus in Ironton.
To the Proctorville Center:
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Three academic programs offered!
Why earn a bachelor's degree from OHIO University?
- A tradition of academic excellence
- Only 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
- Greater potential for career advancement
Want info about transferring to Ohio University's Athens campus? Visit: ohio.edu/transfer
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