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Includes two-year Associates and four-year Bachelors degrees
Graduate
Post baccalaureate degree. Usually an additional 1-2 years.
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Typically are one year or less. Perfect for increasing skills in particular area

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  1. Welcome to the accredited Holzer School of Nursing.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Nursing (ADN)
      Continuation in the Nursing Program requires a grade of “C” or better for all required nursing and science courses and a “satisfactory” designation for the clinical experience in nursing courses where this is a requirement.
    • LPN to RN (ADN)
    • Nursing RN-BSN (Bachelor)
      Valid RN license in any state. During program a grade of “C” or better is required in all nursing theory courses and a “satisfactory” designation is required for the clinical experience in nursing courses where this a requirement.
    • Associate's Program
    • Bachelor's Program
  2. Grow and develop your passion for government and politics.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Political Science (Associate)
    • Political Science (Minor)
    • Associate's Program
    • Minor
  3. Expand your background knowledge before entry into a bachelor’s degree engineering program. Pre-Engineering meets the Ohio Transfer Module requirements.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Pre-Engineering (Associate)
    • Associate's Program
  4. Communication is everywhere. Earn a degree that develops and enhances your creative skills.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Professional Communications (Bachelor)
    • Professional Communications (Associate)
    • Professional Communications (Minor)
      Pursuing a Four-Year Program Concentrations
    • Bachelor's Program
    • Associate's Program
    • Minor
  5. Psychology is involved in nearly everything we do. A degree for today's workforce, preparation for graduate school, or an opportunity to enhance a second degree.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Psychology (Bachelors)
    • Psychology (Associate)
    • Psychology (Minor)
    • Bachelor's Program
    • Associate's Program
    • Minor
  6. Preparing students to be competent, entry-level radiographers who contribute to the healthcare team.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Radiologic Technology (Associate)
    • Associate's Program
  7. A healthcare discipline specializing in the production of optimal cardiopulmonary function and health.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Respiratory Therapy (Associate)
      High School GPA of 2.5 and high school biology, algebra, and chemistry or college-level equivalents; all with a minimum grade of “C.” See Academic Catalog for more information.
    • Associate's Program
  8. Rewarding degrees in Social Work

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Social Work
      A minimum “C” grade in all identified coursework, i.e. social work, social and behavioral sciences, liberal arts foundation, is required to progress through the curriculum and for graduation from either the associate degree or baccalaureate program.
    • Bachelor's Program
  9. Sports and Exercise Studies Program prepares you to be skilled in developing and implementing safe and effective exercise programs for multiple populations to achieve wellness, health and/or performance goals.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Sports and Exercise Studies (Bachelor)
    • Sports and Exercise Studies (Associate)
    • Bachelor's Program
    • Associate's Program
  10. Technical Studies degrees provide a quality education through an individually planned technical program designed to respond to the specialized needs of an individual or the community.

    Programs Included in this Area

    • Technical Studies (Bachelor)
      Must have completed an associate degree from an accredited institution. Student must work with an advisor in choosing electives that build on the technical area of the associate degree. Student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 throughout
    • Technical Studies (Associates)
    • Bachelor's Program
    • Associate's Program