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Explore UC Blue Ash College. Our vibrant campus is invigorating, inviting and every bit as UC as you want it to be.

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SHINE Shem Nyachieo (Applied Graphic Communication, 2013) knows a bit about getting involved. As a member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society, he routinely volunteers throughout the community at charity organizations like Matthew 25 Ministries in Blue Ash. On campus, he’s an active member of Student Government and serves as a peer mentor* to incoming students. Membership in the student chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Artists gives him a head start on professional networking, and involvement in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars on UC’s Clifton campus keeps him connected on a larger scale. “Involvement and presence is key to a better community. My advice? Get involved and see where it takes you!”

*Peer mentors are a diverse group of students who take time to help ease the transition to college life. They are some of our best and brightest students and are compensated to represent our college to their peers.

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Welcome to Your UC. Settle in and spread your wings. For more than 45 years, we’ve been welcoming students with open arms. Our campus boasts more than 135 acres of green space – easy to access from anywhere in the Greater Cincinnati area.

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Friends gather for a game of hoops

It’s all about community. On-campus activities. Civic engagement. Academic support. Bearcat pride.

Student Life hosts lots of events to keep students engaged and feeling welcome.

Here you’ll find a tight-knit, diverse community that’s all about helping you make the most of your college experience.

Part of a recent $4.5 million renovation project, Bleecker Street Café is a great place to grab a bite to eat.

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Our park-like campus is perfect for outdoor study.

Friendly staff members help answer questions.

Student volunteers work to replace Ash trees on campus.

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satisfied. Percentage of students surveyed who are highly satisfied with the teaching quality at UCBA.

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How do you like those numbers for not making you feel like a number? Specialized attention from award-winning faculty helps you succeed.


QUALITY ACADEMICS WORTH BRAGGING ABOUT Get the Same Great UC Education With a Personal Touch Students consistently tell us that it’s our small class sizes that bring them to our campus. But it’s more often our quality academic programs that keep them coming back.

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Most hold doctoral degrees and are actively engaged in research, publishing and presenting in their fields.

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Many are expert practitioners currently working in their chosen fields.

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Our commitment to quality education means you’ll always have an expert educator.

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change JUDGEMENTS Josh Goode (Pre-Law, 1997) was not the typical college student. Home-schooled as a child, he was so bright by the age of 10 that his parents decided he needed more advanced teaching. UC Blue Ash was the place for him. “The environment on campus was very welcoming – from students and professors alike. On campus, there are so many different types of people; I was just another part of the great diversity that exists.” Josh went on to graduate by age 16 and completed his education at UC’s College of Law. He’s served as a magistrate in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court and now owns his own law firm in Cincinnati. “I think people would be surprised to learn about the wide variety of courses and majors at UC Blue Ash. No matter what your ambition, there is a program that will give you a great education and preparation for your career.”

Josh volunteers his time to his alma mater as chair of the college’s Alumni Council – helping to increase engagement and connection of our nearly 20,000 alumni worldwide.

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Nursing students participate in clinical study. Chemistry lab

You’re More Than Just A Number. Here you’ll find faculty who know your name, and advisors, tutors and staff members who truly care about your journey. We understand that our students come from a variety of backgrounds, so we meet you where you are and help you get where you want to be.

Science and discovery go hand-in-hand.

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Group study cultivates great ideas.

Education in Action. Hands On. Interactive. Inventive. In classrooms, clinics, labs, studios, or the world around them, students learn by doing.

Biology Professor Patrick Owen takes learning beyond the boundaries of the classroom.

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eMedia students write, perform, film and produce video projects in studio.


A Dental Hygiene student works in our on-campus clinic.

Veterinary Technology students learn in our state-of-the-art clinic.

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WRITE MY OWN STORY English professor Mike Roos takes his teaching way beyond the classroom. An accomplished songwriter, performer and author, Mike teaches his students by example how to escape their comfort zones and effect change in their world. On campus, he advises the student staff for The Activist, the college’s student newspaper. “The Activist gives our students a voice on campus – showing them the power of the written word, and how it can influence change.” Press From IndIana UnIversIty

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BRING THE PAST TO LIFE Fulbright Scholar and History professor, Timothy Forest, spent nine months living in France conducting research in French archives that will be the basis for a new book on immigration studies and new courses in the college’s European History program. “I really enjoy gaining a new perspective for my research and my teaching,” he said. “I find that it’s one thing to read about history and culture, it’s another to see it firsthand.” 14

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First-Class Faculty Inquisitive. Engaged. Passionate. Those are a few words that describe our students, not to mention our award-winning faculty. Our educators work, research and innovate – on our campus and around the world. Meet a few of our outstanding faculty:

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Allied Health professor Tracy Herrmann is a driving force behind the national Image Gently campaign, an initiative to promote radiation protection in the imaging of children. “This work is extremely important in providing quality health care. And, for me, it’s equally important to show my students how we, as professionals, must continually improve our practice.”

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REACH FOR THE STARS

Physics professor Cenalo Vaz conducts research in the field of gravitational collapse and black hole radiation. He has presented his research at international conferences in India, Japan, Germany, and the U.S. Dr. Vaz has also written three full-length texts on Electrodynamics, Mechanics and Statistical Mechanics for the graduate level. “I have taught in several places around the world and I enjoy teaching at UC Blue Ash. The faculty at UC Blue Ash and the UC community as a whole are very supportive of my research and make a great environment for discovery.” University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College

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Eunha (left) with son, Jayu, in her California studio.

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dreamBIGGER Eunha Chung (Graphic Design, ‘10) traveled from South Korea with her son Jayu to offer him an American education. What she found was a new beginning for herself. While she had been a science teacher in Korea, Eunha was always drawn to art and its connection with the natural world.

“UC Blue Ash gave me the opportunity to develop a whole new side of myself as an artist and graphic designer. Because the curriculum was strong, and the professors gave me constant attention and focus, I was able to follow my passions in design.”

Today, Eunha splits her time between her studios in California and Korea, where she focuses on creating artwork in Sci-Art – a unique combination of Science and Art.

Designing for a World Stage When the World Choir Games came to Cincinnati in 2012, Eunha’s design for a unique trophy was selected to represent the event. Her design incorporates elegant lines inspired by the Ohio River, leading to the opening of the vase which echoes singing mouths of the choir members, with their individual voices coming together in a single harmony. The trophy was produced by world-famous Rookwood pottery in Cincinnati. “My father is a traditional porcelain artist in Korea, and my husband is a percussionist and music director. I couldn’t resist the urge to participate in the trophy competition because my life had these two huge connections to music and art.”

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Dental Hygiene students donate their services to local school children through the UC Smiles program.

Students learn through engagement with service organizations like Habitat for Humanity.

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UCBA faculty fight to end child slavery through the Haitian Curriculum program.

Explore New Territory. And Discover Yourself Along The Way. Europe. Costa Rica. Guadeloupe. Our Study Abroad and Service Learning programs span the globe – allowing students to learn by immersion in unique cultures. Or, make your own discoveries right here, with service learning opportunities, internships and community activism.

Want to know what it’s really like to study abroad? Check out our blog from past trips at: ucbastudyabroad.com. The college awards many study abroad scholarships each year, making this experience a possibility for anyone interested!


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radiate CHANGE Samantha Rahe (Radiologic Technology, 2012) dreams of putting her compassion for others into action as a Radiologic Technologist – working toward improving radiology in developing countries. She’s well on her way. As part of a service-learning class, Samantha traveled to Guadeloupe, where she studied the island’s social and economic issues, immersed herself in the language and culture, and volunteered with local schoolchildren.

“In Guadeloupe, it was so powerful to experience, first-hand, the beauty of the island against the ugliness of social issues that permeate its people. I could never have learned these things from a textbook.” The experience was a life-changing one for Samantha, who had never before traveled out of the country. “One of the greatest things I took from the people I was with was that change is constantly occurring, that we as humans have the capacity and talent to change ourselves, others, the environment, false perceptions, beliefs, opinions and notions.”

FIND OUT MORE Watch students and faculty discuss the 2013 Service Learning trip to Guadeloupe.

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On-campus events allow students to connect with community partners and prospective employers.

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Student Life activities such as the Hoxworth blood drive bring the campus together for a purpose.

Making Connections. Friendships for life. Partnerships in education. A foundation for your future. At UCBA, you’ll find a college experience is about way more than grades and exams, books and notes. It’s about reaching out, opening up and making connections with your world.

The Blue Ash Recreation Center, just a mile from campus, offers discounted student memberships. www.blueash.org

Members of Phi Theta Kappa tend the Community Garden in preparation for the weekly Farmers’ Market.

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Professor Jody Ballah’s French classes learn best by teaching students at Blue Ash Elementary.

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GAIN REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE As part of a $1.3 million grant through UC, we’ve expanded our internship and experiential learning programs, enabling students to coordinate on-thejob experience with their classroom studies.

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More than $75,000 worth of scholarships are available exclusively to UC Blue Ash students each year, including program-specific scholarships such as the Elinor L. Willet, RN / CareSpring Health Care Management Scholarship for Nursing students.

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stretch FARTHER Joy Jovet (Nursing, 2013) knows a thing or two about flexibility. As a professional dancer and a soloist for the Cincinnati Ballet, she worked tirelessly to develop her technique and keep up with the demanding schedule of nightly performances.

“When I made it as a professional dancer, I felt my life’s goal had come true. Millions of little girls dream of being a prima ballerina. And for me, that dream was an exciting reality. ” But dreams don’t always last forever. Injuries took a toll on her dancing career, and eventually, Joy knew her days as a professional ballerina were over.

“Realizing that my career was over was difficult. But I knew this was an opportunity to stretch beyond what I thought I was capable of – a chance to reach new heights. ” So she traded in her toe shoes for some more sensible footwear as she embarked on her calling to become a nurse. The flexibility and support that she received in the Nursing program made all the difference. “I may not have completed my journey if it wasn’t for the support of my nursing professors and the financial support of the Elinor L. Willet Scholarship.”

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Get involved in student government.

We Are UC. Our proximity with UC’s Uptown campus makes it easy for students to participate in activities, organizations and events on both campuses.

Engage with your peers.

Convenient connections between campuses allow students to live and work in Clifton while taking classes in Blue Ash. UCBA students participate in UC student groups and organizations. Students ride in style with the free connector shuttle between UC Blue Ash and UC’s Uptown campus – all day, Monday-Friday.

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As a student at UC Blue Ash, you’ll experience the personal attention of our suburban Blue Ash campus while enjoying the opportunity to be a part of something bigger. Experience all that comes with being a UC student!

World-class Libraries

Student Organizations

Exhibitions and Performances

Fraternities & Sororities

UC’s library system gives students access to extensive technology resources to meet their research needs. Plus, access to the OHIOLink system enables students to access resources from other universities throughout the state. Events abound on UC’s uptown campus throughout the year, with concerts, exhibitions and performances by local and world-renowned artists and performers.

The Student Activities & Leadership Development office, in cooperation with several annual student boards, oversees the annual registration of over 300 student organizations, offering diverse opportunities for all kinds of interests and involvement. Fraternities and sororities provide lasting friendships, strong academic support, a solid network, as well as valuable lessons in how to lead and serve. The UC Fraternity and Sorority Community consists of 22 fraternities and 11 sororities, all of them internationally affiliated.

Career Development Center

UC’s Career Development Center produces several major career fairs; courses in decision-making, career planning, and career development; career-related educational programs and workshops; as well as the On Campus Recruiting program, to aid UC students in identifying and achieving their career goals.

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Nationally-recognized Bearcat athletics

The University of Cincinnati is a proud to support athletes competing in more than a dozen intercollegiate sports.

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UC Club Sports

Alpine Race Team • Badminton • Baseball • Billiards • Bowling • Cricket • Cycling • Equestrian • Fencing • Golf • Handball • Ice Hockey • Inline Hockey • Kendo • Lacrosse • Martial Arts • Mountaineering • Perishing Rifles • Racquetball • Rowing • Rugby • Running • Shotokan Karate • Soccer • Table Tennis • Tennis • Ultimate Frisbee • Volleyball • Water Polo • Waterski • Wrestling

Campus Recreation Center

UC’s Campus Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art fitness and recreation facility with more than 200,000 square feet of recreation space for students, employees and friends of the university.* *Membership fee may apply.


UCBA BY THE NUMBERS

How does half price tuition sound?

TUITION AT UCBA IS JUST 54% OF UC’S CLIFTON CAMPUS

Get the same great UC education at nearly half the cost at UC Blue Ash. Whether you’re earning a degree to start your career or planning to transition into a baccalaureate program after two years, UCBA is a smart investment!

FREE SERVICES FOR STUDENTS

UC Blue Ash is the third-largest college (by enrollment) in the University of Cincinnati. Opened in 1967, the college is located on 135 wooded acres in the northeastern corner of Hamilton County and serves residents of the tri-state area. Undergraduate enrollment Fall enrollment: 4,971 Male/Female: 2,059/2,912 Nearly half are 1st generation college students.

• Career Services • Disability Services • Multicultural Affairs • Math Lab • Science Learning Lab • Study Skills Tutoring • Veteran Student Affairs • Writing Center

Enrollment by age 32% Age 19 and younger 37% Age 20-24 13% Age 25-29 Student diversity 18% African-American 3% Asian 2% Hispanic

10% Age 30-39 8% Age 40+

62% Caucasian 2% Multi-Race 13% Other/Unknown

Our enrollment continues to increase in diversity.

We’ve made a habit of perfecting success. Student-centered for over

We’re proud of our nearly 20,000 UC Blue Ash College alumni, who have built on the foundation provided by our college to pursue successful careers.

Fast Facts

Program Enrollment Transfer Programs: 59%

Career Programs: 41%

Faculty 67% of classes taught by full-time faculty 33% of classes taught by part-time faculty

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FUNDING YOUR EDUCATION UC Blue Ash College Tuition OHIO RESIDENT PART-TIME $246*/credit hour

Tuition Comparison Across Accredited Institutions

OHIO RESIDENT FULL-TIME

$2,945/semester

$5,890/year

OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENT OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENT PART-TIME FULL-TIME $605/credit hour

$7,258/semester $14,516/year

Full-time fees include a $228 per semester general fee, which includes parking, as well as a $132 information technology fee. Parking for part-time students is included in the per credit hour fee. The difference between Ohio fees and out-of-state fees is the out-of-state surcharge. UCBA students registering as part-time students with uptown campus courses will be charged appropriate uptown campus fees. Full time students matriculated at UCBA pay full-time UCBA fees. Fees are subject to change by the UC Board of Trustees.

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IN-STATE (PER YEAR) CR. HOUR

UC Uptown UC Blue Ash UC Clermont Miami, Oxford Mount St. Joseph NKU Wilmington Xavier

$10,800 $5,890 $5,232 $13,067 $24,900 $12,552 $27,890 $32,070

$450 $246 $218 –– $500 $523 $500 $890

Costs based on full-time (24 cr. hours per year). Credits earned at institutions that are not accredited will not transfer to accredited institutions.

* Tuition for the Bachelor of Applied Administration (BTAS) program is $314/credit hour. Please note: All fees are subject to change by the UC Board of Trustees. Tuition and fees are for 12-18 hours per semester. This does not include additional costs such as books, lab/college/program fees and health insurance premiums.

Scholarships Academic Achievement Scholarship The Academic Achievement Scholarship is awarded automatically to incoming freshmen with an unweighted 3.2 minimum high school GPA who enroll as full-time degree-seeking students at our campus. Students must confirm admission and have a final high school transcript on file by July 1st. The scholarship totals $1500 as long as the student maintains a 3.0 GPA each semester during their first year at UCBA.

Loans Federal Perkins Loan • Federally funded long-term loan awarded by UC • Based on financial need; early aid application • Five percent fixed interest deferred while enrolled; repayment begins nine months after less than half-time enrollment • Amount: $2,100

Federal Subsidized & Unsubsidized Direct Loans * Available to incoming freshmen who graduated • Maximum combined amounts based on from high school within the last calendar year. need: Dependent Student Cincinnatus Scholarship Freshman $5,500 Incoming freshmen are selected to receive Sophomore $6,500 renewable awards totaling more than $22 milJunior/Senior $7,500 lion in University of Cincinnati scholarships. financialaid.uc.edu/sfao/cincinnatus.html Independent Student Other UCBA Scholarships Over $75,000 in scholarships are available to UCBA students each year! www.ucblueash.edu/admissions.

Freshman Sophomore Junior/Senior

$9,500 $10,500 $12,500

Federal Subsidized Direct Loan • Federally funded long-term certified and Grants transmitted by UC; choice of amount Awarded based on need, these grants are “free • Based on financial need money” that do not need to be paid back: • Fixed interest rate 6.80% deferred while • Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG) enrolled; repayment begins six months after • Cincinnati Pride Grant less than half-time enrollment • Federal Pell Grant • Federal Supplemental Educational Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan Opportunity Grant (SEOG) • Federally funded long-term loan certified • National SMART (Science and Mathematics and transmitted by UC; choice of amount Access to Retain Talent) Grant • Any student may borrow • TEACH (Teacher Education Assistance for • Same as Subsidized Stafford except for College and Higher Education) Grant interest: choice of paying interest while enrolled or allowing it to capitalize For a complete listing of grant programs, visit: onto principal www.financialaid.uc.edu/aid/grants.html.

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Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) • Federally funded long-term loan certified and transmitted by UC; choice of amount • Parent/Step-parent of dependent student; credit approval following completion of promissory note • Maximum amount cannot exceed budgeted cost of attendance less other aid • Fixed interest rate 7.9%, repayment begins 60 days after loan disbursed Work Study/Federal Work-Study • Federally subsidized employment program awarded by UC • Based on financial need; early aid application • Earning eligibility to $3,000 • Will receive biweekly paycheck based on hours worked; hourly wage depends on job responsibilities Financial Aid Application Students interested in applying for financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The form is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. You should complete the FAFSA form online as soon after January 1, as possible. Because some aid programs are awarded on a firstcome, first-served basis, an early application receives priority consideration for limited funding sources. You will need to list UC’s Title IV Code (003125) when filling out the FAFSA to ensure that UC’s Financial Aid office receives your information. Also remember that applying for financial aid is an annual process.


Admission Checklist

APPLYING TO UC BLUE ASH

FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN

Admission guidelines

Submit Application for Admission and pay $50 application fee. https://apply.uc.edu/OnlineApply/ Have official high school transcript (or copy of GED diploma and scores) sent to: University of Cincinnati, Office of Admissions, PO Box 210091, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0091. Once you have been accepted, complete the Admissions Confirmation Form along with the $50 matriculation fee. Schedule a placement test for Math and English by calling (513) 745-5783 or schedule online at www.ucblueash.edu/placement. Attend a required orientation session. Register at ucblueash.edu/orientation. Students who were home-schooled follow the same application process as all other first-year applicants. To be considered, home-schooled students must submit, with their application materials: a transcript, showing course grades; a detailed curriculum, including course content descriptions; ACT or SAT scores; a copy of the superintendent release form authorizing homeschooling; and any other requested documentation.

TRANSFER STUDENTS

Submit Application for Admission and pay $50 application fee. https://apply.uc.edu/OnlineApply/ Have official high school and college transcripts from ALL colleges attended sent to: University of Cincinnati, Office of Admissions, PO Box 210091, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0091. Once you have been accepted, complete the Admissions Confirmation Form along with the $50 matriculation fee. Contact the testing office at (513) 745-5783 or www.ucblueash.edu/placement to determine if it is necessary to take placement test.

Financial Aid Checklist

UCBA is an open admission institution, providing access to higher education to anyone with a high school diploma or the equivalent. The college’s open admission policy allows students to enter any academic semester: fall, spring or summer.

Submit your application

Applications can be submitted online at: https://apply.uc.edu/OnlineApply/ For students without Internet access, please visit the One Stop Center at UCBA for assistance in applying.

Application Deadlines

For the 2013-14 academic year: Spring: November 15, 2013 Summer: April 1, 2014 For the 2014-15 academic year: Fall Semester: July 15, 2014 Spring: November 15, 2014 Summer: April 1, 2015

PLAN A VISIT

Campus tours are by appointment only* and can be scheduled by calling (513) 745-5700. All tours are in a group setting and include an information session as well as a campus tour. The information session will brief you on the application process, resources available and the financial aid process. *UCBA tour times by appointment: Mondays 2-3 p.m., Wednesdays 5-6 p.m., and Fridays 10-11 a.m.

CONNECT WITH US

Not ready yet for a campus visit? Get connected with us to stay on top of everything we have to offer: blog: ucblueash.com facebook.com/ucblueash twitter.com/ucblueash youtube.com/ucblueash pinterest.com/ucblueash flickr.com/photos/ucblueash

Complete a FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov UC FAFSA code is 003125. Allow 4-6 weeks for processing.

Once you receive your Student Aid Report (SAR), review for corrections. If none are needed, keep in a file for future use. Once you have been admitted and you receive your SAR, check www.onestop.uc.edu for your aid status. Once your aid has been accepted, complete loan counseling, and sign promissory notes online by visiting www.onestop.uc.edu.

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Choose from more than 60 academic degree and certificate programs:

ART & HUMANITIES PROGRAMS

Law (Pre)

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BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE PROGRAMS

Criminal Justice (Pre)

Psychology (Pre) Social Work (Pre)

Accountancy

BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP & ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS

Administrative Management Technology

Applied Administration+

Business Management Technology • • • • •

Accounting Financial Services Management Marketing Real Estate

Organizational Leadership (Pre) Sport Administration (Pre) Early Childhood Education (Pre)

EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Health Education (Pre) Language Arts & Math Language Arts & Natural Science Language Arts & Social Studies Math & Natural Science Social Studies & Math Social Studies & Natural Science

Secondary Education (Pre)

• Chemistry • Life Sciences • Social Studies & History

Secondary Education (Pre) • Language Arts

Special Education (Pre)

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Career-oriented associate degrees prepare you for entrance into specific careers after two years of study.

Transition to: College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) – complete bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Provides certification for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Psychology Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Social Work** Provides certification for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree

Middle Childhood Education (Pre) • • • • • •

Career Programs:

Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in a variety of non-science majors, such as English, French, German Studies, History, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Spanish, Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies.

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Business Administration (Pre)

Transition-oriented associate degrees are aligned with specific bachelor’s degree programs at UC Colleges.

Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Science – complete bachelor’s degree in Communication

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Desktop Support Meeting & Events Planning Software Specialist Webpage Management

Transition Programs:

Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation.

Deaf Studies

WHERE IT’LL TAKE YOU

Begin your career: Graphic Designer, Production Artist Transition to: College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning—after first year may apply to the bachelor’s program in Graphic Communication Design. **

Media Criticism & Journalism

Pre-professional track. Choose Liberal Arts.

Liberal Arts

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BACHELOR’S DEGREE

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Applied Graphic Communication Communication (Pre)

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

ONE-YEAR CERTIFICATE

UC Blue Ash College Degree & Certificate Programs

WHAT YOU’LL EARN NON-DEGREE

CHOOSE A PROGRAM

Begin your career: • Desktop Support Specialist • Meeting & Events Planner • Technical Support Specialist • Website Manager

Advance your career: Supervisory role in technical field Transition to: Carl H. Lindner College of Business – complete Bachelor of Business Administration degree** Begin your career: Entry level accounting positions Begin your career: Insurance Agent, Customer Service Rep, Financial Planning Begin your career: Business Manager Begin your career: Retail Sales, Sales Promotion, Sales Management Begin your career: Real Estate Agent / Broker Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership Transition to: College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) – complete bachelor’s degree in Sport Administration**

A bachelor’s degree in education is the minimum educational requirement for entering the teaching profession. These programs provide the first two years toward completion of the corresponding bachelor’s degree at the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH).** Students must be admitted into the CECH cohort through a selective admissions process for completion of the bachelor’s degree and teacher licensure.

These one-year programs (non-degree) provide the first year of the baccalaureate program at the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH). Students completing the first year must apply to and be accepted into the program at CECH.


Visit ucblueash.edu/academics for program details and requirements.

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Dental Hygiene Technology* Dentistry (Pre)

Emergency Medical Services

HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS

Health Professions (Pre)

Medical Laboratory Science (Pre) Medicine (Pre)

Nursing, LPN–RN

Radiation Science Technology

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Radiologic Technology* Apply via Health Professions (Pre).

Veterinary Medicine (Pre)

SCIENCE PROGRAMS

Chemistry Chemistry–ACS

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Mortuary Science (Pre)

TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

Animation Broadcast Media

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Electronic Media Technology Information Technology Interactive Web Multimedia + Associate degree in Applied or Technical Studies from an accredited institution required to apply to this program. * Due to highly-competitive selective admissions with many of our health care professions, all new Dental Hygiene, Nursing and Radiologic Technology applicants must apply via the Health Professions (Pre) program. Please contact the department for detailed information.

Career-oriented associate degrees prepare you for entrance into specific careers after two years of study.

Begin your career: Emergency Medical Technician Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation. Students wishing to apply into the Dental Hygiene, Nursing and Radiologic Technology programs must apply via the Health Professions (Pre) track. Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences** Begin your career: Medical Assistant, Medical Billing Specialist Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation. Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences** Pre-professional track. Choose Biological Sciences, Chemistry, or Health Sciences (Pre). Begin your career: Registered Nurse or Transition to: College of Nursing – complete bachelor’s degree in RN–BSN Mobility Program application. A second, selective admission process is required to enter the Nursing Tech program.

Transition to: College of Pharmacy – apply to the PharmD program** Advance your career: Supervisory role in radiation science field

Associate degree in Radiation or Radiology and active state licensure required to apply.

Begin your career: Radiologic Technologist Begin your career: Veterinary Technologist, Veterinary Assistant Pre-professional track. Choose Biological Sciences, Chemistry, or Health Sciences (Pre)..

Biological Sciences

Clinical Research

Career Programs:

Pathway to advance your career: Registered Nurse. Must have LPN license at time of

Pharmacy (Pre)

Veterinary Technology

Transition-oriented associate degrees are aligned with specific bachelor’s degree programs at UC Colleges.

Pre-professional track. Choose Biological Sciences, Chemistry, or Health Sciences (Pre).

Nursing, RN Technology* Apply via Health Professions (Pre).

Transition Programs:

Begin your career: Dental Hygienist

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• Medical Assisting • Medical Billing

WHERE IT’LL TAKE YOU

Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders**

Health Sciences (Pre) Medical Assisting Services

For students who have not selected a program, Exploratory Studies provides core classes for the first year of study before transitioning into selected program.

Communication Sciences and Disorders (Pre) Apply via Health Professions (Pre).

BACHELOR’S DEGREE

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Exploratory Studies (Undecided)

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

UC Blue Ash College Degree & Certificate Programs

ONE-YEAR CERTIFICATE

WHAT YOU’LL EARN NON-DEGREE

CHOOSE A PROGRAM

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Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry Provides certification for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree or who are currently working in a clinical research field. Transfer to: Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science (CCMS) – complete bachelor’s degree in Mortuary Science Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation.

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Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation. Begin your career: Publishing, TV, Advertising, Photography, Motion Pictures Transition to: College Conservatory of Music (CCM)** Begin your career: Computer Networking, Database Management Transition to: College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services** Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation.

** The following colleges or programs within them have selective admissions or specific GPA requirements: College of Allied Health Sciences; College Conservatory of Music; College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services; College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning; College of Pharmacy; and Lindner College of Business. Transition eligibility is not guaranteed.


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