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Cleveland State University

Cleveland State University is a four-year, public institution with more than 17,000 students. It is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Cleveland State was first established in 1923, but officially became Cleveland State University in 1964. The main campus is in Cleveland. Cleveland State offers several online bachelor's and master's degrees in the areas of health and education. Aspiring teachers can complete their core courses online and students aiming for a career in health care can earn a Bachelor of Science in Health Science. Nurses who have already completed their RN associate or diploma program can earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing online with CSU. Health and education professionals can pursue graduate degrees in their field through CSU's online division, and nurses with an interest in forensics can earn a Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in forensics.

Ohio State University

Ohio State University is located in Columbus. It was established in 1870 and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Ohio State is a four-year, public research institution with more than 55,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Ohio State is best-known for its competitive athletic program; alumni cheer for the OSU Buckeyes long after they graduate. Through the Ohio State Office of Extended Education, OSU offers distance learning courses to professionals and students for credit and non-credit. While distance learners may not be able to earn their entire degree online through OSU, the extended learning program offers online courses ideal for adult learners returning to college, students hoping to earn credit toward their degree and professionals meeting continuing education requirements for their career. Adults age 60 and older qualify for OSU's Program 60, a program that offers tuition-free, non-credit courses to this age group. Some certificate programs are also available online, including the Series in Applied Gerontology Education, a three-part course, and the Nonprofit Leadership Certificate Program.

University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati is a four-year, public institution accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. As the name implies, UC is located in Cincinnati and it was established in 1819. UC has a large student body with more than 42,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The university has many high-ranking academic programs in several areas of study. However, its athletic programs attract national attention, particularly the UC men's basketball team. The University of Cincinnati offers a comprehensive online education program that includes continuing education courses, certification programs, and several undergraduate and graduate degrees. Online bachelor's degrees are available in early childhood education, substance abuse counseling and fire science technology, among others. Online Master of Science degrees are available in several disciplines, including health administration, curriculum and instruction, criminal justice, nursing (with concentration options), and other education and health-related areas.

Online classes allow new or former students to ease their way back to the classroom. College can be an intimidating environment if you don't know what to expect, and many prospective students find it difficult to take the plunge. By taking a few online courses, you can revive old study skills or develop new ones, and get a feel for the college course environment. You set your own pace and experience the class from the comfort of your home office. When you feel ready, earning your degree online will seem less daunting and you may be able to count your previous courses toward your online degree.

The state of Ohio has a diverse economy and numerous industries contribute to Ohio's economic significance. Technical industries such as aerospace and defense, health care, bioscience and energy are some of the Ohio's strongest and universities in the state maintain high standards to meet the demands of these trades. Many Ohio universities and colleges offer degrees in related disciplines, both on-campus and online. Universities in Ohio with more degree options often allow students to choose from specific areas of interest within their chosen discipline for a specialized degree.

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