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WEL COME | UNIV ERSITY OF N OR TH WESTER N OH IO

If you are driven to pursue a higher standard of success and require flexibility in your schedule to get there, then the University of Northwestern Ohio is the right choice for you. UNOH is a private, not-for-profit university which is regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. Over 30% of all college students in the USA today are adults. UNOH offers busy adults pursuing their Master’s, Bachelor’s, or Associate’s Degree the opportunity to do so with three different options:

100% online Attend class one night a week on campus Take classes on campus throughout the day during traditional 8am - 3pm class time.

U N O H MA KE S I T S I MP LE WITH A ON E-STOP AD MISSION S P R OCESS

Jeff Cary, Director of Adult Admissions (419) 998-3180 Email: jcary@unoh.edu Available most Monday and Tuesday evenings until 8:00pm

C O N TA C T J E F F C A R Y, DIRECTOR OF AD U LT AD MISSION S, TO:

Review programs Tour campus Have transcripts tentatively evaluated Submit application forms along with a $20 application fee (no application fee is required for current UNOH students or alumni) Assist you with the financial aid process

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TAB LE OF CONTENTS 1

WELCOME TO THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTHWESTERN OHIO

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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ACADEMIC SCHEDULE

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DEGREES OFFERED

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100% ONLINE DEGREES

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ONE-NIGHT-A-WEEK DEGREES

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TRANSFER STUDENTS

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MILITARY WELCOME & INFORMATION

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FINANCIAL AID

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DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

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MASTER COURSE SCHEDULE

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APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT

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REQUEST FOR HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPTS

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A C A DE MI C SCH ED U LE

Fall 2017 ..................................... Winter 2018 ..................................... Spring 2018 ..................................... Summer 2018 ..................................... Fall 2018 .....................................

September 11 January 3 April 3 July 2 September 10

Students are admitted at the beginning of each quarter, according to the dates in the catalog. Students may not begin after the quarter starts. Only students who are graduates of an accredited high school or hold a GED are eligible to be admitted to the University. Students who have been homeschooled, or who are graduates of a state-recognized high school, must also present proof of graduation and other appropriate documentation.

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DE GREES OFFE R E D M A S T ER ’ S D EGREE

Business Administration (MBA)

B A C H EL O R DEGREES Accounting

Accounting – CPA – 5-year track Forensic Accounting Business Administration Agribusiness Management Option Automotive Management/Automotive Aftermarket Option Marketing Option Healthcare Administration Marketing Specialized Studies

ASSOCIATE DEGREES IN APPLIED BUSINESS Accounting

Agribusiness Marketing/Management Technology Business Administration Health Information Technology IT - Digital Forensics IT - Digital Multimedia Design IT - Network Security IT - System Administration Legal Assisting Marketing Medical Assistant Technology Medical Office Management Office Management Specialized Studies Sport Marketing and Management Travel and Hotel Management CLASSES ALSO OFFERED ENTIRELY ONLINE

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O NLI NE DEGREES

It’s Your Future. Sit Anywhere You Like and Earn Your Degree 100% Online! • No Out-of-State Tuition • Break Between Quarters (14 break weeks per year) • Financial Aid Available for Those Who Qualify The University of Northwestern Ohio gives students the opportunity to receive their degrees 100% online. Students who have a personal computer with Internet access can send and receive course materials and communicate with instructors as well as other students. Interested, qualified students should contact the University at info@unoh.edu to receive a list of equipment and software requirements.

MASTER’S DEGREE MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BACHELOR’S DEGREES EARN YOUR BACHELOR DEGREE IN AS LITTLE AS 18 MONTHS! (If you have completed an associate degree)

Of the ten bachelor degree programs available online, three of them can be completed in as little as 18 months: • Business Administration • Healthcare Administration • Specialized Studies

Students in the Bachelor of Science online degrees take courses in the academic quarter and may complete their bachelor degree quicker if they meet all the criteria. A student must meet the following requirements: • Have an associate’s degree from an accredited university or college • Maintain enrollment in all designated classes • Meet all the University’s requirements for graduation Tuition: $275 per credit hour, plus books.

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100% O NLI NE MBA DEG R EE

The University of Northwestern Ohio offers its prestigious MBA degree program in a convenient 100% online format. The program is designed so individuals can earn their degree while working full time. The UNOH MBA program is one of the most affordable online MBA programs in Ohio and lasts 18 months (6 quarters) with cohorts beginning each fall and spring. Students typically schedule two courses per quarter. A UNOH MBA Degree can make you more effective in your current job or open doors for new employment opportunities.

Students in the Master of Business Administration online degree program must meet the following criteria:

• Have obtained a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited university • Maintain enrollment in all designated classes • Meet all University requirements for graduation

T UI T I ON

• $400 per credit hour. • Tuition includes textbooks and course supplements via the University’s complimentary textbook rental program, a savings of approximately $2,800! Graduate Assistantships are available. They require a 20-hour per week commitment to UNOH per quarter. A stipend and tuition are provided to the selected students. Five assistantships are offered each year. Minimum requirements are: • 3.5 undergraduate GPA • 2 letters of recommendations from former professors or university administrators Interested candidates should email MBAdegree@unoh.edu. Technology Requirements: Students who have a personal computer with Internet access and appropriate software can send and receive course materials and communicate with instructors as well as other students. Interested, qualified students should contact the University at info@unoh.edu to receive a list of equipment and software requirements. For a list of required coursework, please see page 12.

Check with your employer about tuition reimbursement. Financial Aid is available.

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100% ONLINE BUSI N E S S A DM INISTRATIO N (BU. BS)

1 0 0 % ONLINE SP ECIALIZED STU DIES (SP.B U.B S )

BACHELOR PROGRAM EARN YOUR DEGREE IN JUST 18 MONTHS IF YOU HAVE AN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE!

BACHELOR PROGRAM EARN YOUR DEGREE IN JUST 18 MONTHS IF YOU HAVE AN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE!

FALL QUARTER 2017

FALL QUARTER 2017

WINTER QUARTER 2018

WINTER QUARTER 2018

SPRING QUARTER 2018

SPRING QUARTER 2018

SUMMER QUARTER 2018

SUMMER QUARTER 2018

MH310 MA322 GE MA416

MH350 MA340 MA330 SS/BS

AH BU320 AH MH420

GE SE SC320 MA447

Finite Mathematics – 3 hours (Students may elect to take MH315 VC in place of MH310) Organizational Behavior – 5 hours GE Elective – 3 hours Moral Issues in Business – 5 hours

Statistics – 5 hours Leadership – 5 hours Human Resource Management – 5 hours Social and Behavioral Sciences Course – 3 hours

Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions – 5 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours Quantitative Methods – 3 hours

GE Elective – 3 hours Specialized Elective – 3 hours Biology – 3 hours (Also includes 2 hours of lab time) Global Management Issues – 5 hours

FALL QUARTER 2018 EC325 SE FI420 LIT

Economics in Today’s Society – 3 hours Specialized Elective – 3 hours Corporate Finance – 5 hours Literature Course – 3 hours

WINTER QUARTER 2019 MA475 BU490 CO445 AH

Strategic Management and Business Policy – 5 hours Business Capstone – Upper Level – 3 hours Group Dynamics – 3 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours

**1) Students will need to complete two practicum electives either VC, evening, or traditional, or 2) complete portfolios for experiential credit, or 3) complete and successfully pass 6 credit hours of proficiency testing for any of the above courses.

MH310 MA322 BU304 GE

MH350 MA340 BU305 SS/BS

AH BU320 AH MH420

GE MA447 SC320

Finite Mathematics – 3 hours (Students may elect to take MH315 VC in place of MH310.) Organizational Behavior – 5 hours Management Essentials for Specialized Studies – 5 hours General Elective – 3 hours

Statistics – 5 hours Leadership – 5 hours Economics and Finance for Specialized Studies – 5 hours Social and Behavioral Sciences Course - 3 hours

Arts and Humanities Course – 3 hours Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions – 5 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours Quantitative Methods – 3 hours

General Elective – 3 hours Global Management Issues – 5 hours Biology – 3 hours (Also includes 2 hours of lab time)

FALL QUARTER 2018 EC325 FI420 LIT

Economics in Today’s Society – 3 hours Corporate Finance – 5 hours Literature Course – 3 hours

WINTER QUARTER 2019 MA475 BU490 CO445 AH

Strategic Management & Business Policy – 5 hours Business Capstone – Upper Level – 3 hours Group Dynamics – 3 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours

**1) Students will need to complete two practicum electives either VC, evening, or traditional, or 2) complete portfolios for experiential credit, or 3) complete and successfully pass 6 credit hours of proficiency testing for any of the above courses.

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100% ONLINE HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION (HC.BS) BACHELOR PROGRAM EARN YOUR DEGREE IN JUST 18 MONTHS!

(An associate’s degree in a medically-related field must be completed prior to enrolling in this program.)

FALL QUARTER 2017

PREREQUISITE

WINTER QUARTER 2018

PREREQUISITE

SPRING QUARTER 2018

PREREQUISITE

SUMMER QUARTER 2018

PREREQUISITE

FALL QUARTER 2018

PREREQUISITE

WINTER QUARTER 2019

PREREQUISITE

BU304 BU305 HC305

HC310 MH310

HC325 MA322 MH350

HC315 HC415 SO380

HC467 MH420

Management Essentials for Specialized Studies – 5 hours Economics & Finance for Specialized Studies – 5 hours Healthcare Management – 5 hours

Healthcare Law – 3 hours Finite Mathematics – 3 hours

Public Health & Epidemiology – 3 hours Organizational Behavior – 5 hours Statistics – 5 hours

Quality Metrics in Healthcare – 3 hours Health Information Technology – 5 hours Death & Dying – 3 hours

Healthcare Finance & Accounting – 5 hours Quantitative Methods – 3 hours

HC472 Healthcare Economics – 5 hours HC490 Healthcare Capstone – 3 hours (Closed course. Email advisor@unoh.edu to add this course to your schedule.)

Junior Standing Junior Standing Junior Standing

HC305 MH190 or MH169

HC310 Junior Standing MH310

MH350 & HC305 HC305 EN200

BU305 & HC305 MH350

HC467 Take this quarter

Add these mandatory courses in an available term based on your preference: GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES UPPER LEVEL (300-400) CO445 EN SC320

Group Dynamics – 3 hours Literature Elective – 3 hours Biology – 3 hours

HUMANITIES (300-400)

9 Credit Hours ( AR, CO, HI, PH, PO, WS)

GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES UPPER LEVEL (300-400) 6 Credit Hours

TECHNICAL AND BASIC ELECTIVIES UPPER LEVEL (300-400) 5 Credit Hours FI420 Corporate Finance MA330 Human Resource Management MA340 Leadership MA416 Moral Issues in Business

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“ IT IS SO CONVENIENT FOR MY SCHEDULE,

I AM HOME FOR MY KIDS, I CAN DO MY HOMEWORK WHEN I NEED TO,

IT’S AT MY CONVENIENCE,

AND I’M ALSO COMPLETING MY DEGREE.”

- ANGIE TAVIANO

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“ I WANT TO CONTINUE TO STRIVE FOR MORE, BOTH FOR MY MYSELF AND MY FAMILY.

THE EDUCATION I RECEIVED AT UNOH IS REALLY HELPING ME

DETERMINE MY GOALS FOR MY FUTURE.”

- BRAD JORDAN

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ON-CAMPUS ONE-NIGHT-A-WEEK • Tuition includes textbooks and course supplements via the University’s complimentary textbook rental program • Attend classes just one night a week on-campus from 6:00pm-10:00pm • Break between quarters (14 break weeks per year) • Financial Aid available • Military rates available for One-Night-A-Week programs for those who qualify

MASTER’S DEGREE MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BACHELOR’S DEGREES: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIZED STUDIES • • • • • •

Earn your degree in as little as 18 months if you possess an Associate Degree Classes offered on campus one night a week 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Instructor-facilitated learning Career-driven learning (learn it tonight - use it tomorrow) Tuition: $290 per credit hour Tuition includes textbooks and course supplements via the University’s complimentary textbook rental program.

BACHELOR ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS • • • •

The student must have an Associate’s Degree from an accredited college or university. Must have 2 years of work experience (documented). Be committed to fast-paced, instructor-led program. Have official transcripts submitted to be evaluated.

ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

If you need to limit your classroom hours, this degree is for you. • Earn your degree in only eight quarters • Attend class one night a week from 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. • Enjoy learning with other working adult professionals • Learn it tonight and use it tomorrow • Tuition: $290 per credit hour • Tuition includes textbooks and course supplements via the University’s complimentary textbook rental program.

CHECK WITH YOUR EMPLOYER ABOUT TUITION REIMBURSEMENT

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O N - C A M P US O NE-NIGHT-A -W EEK M B A D E G RE E MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

This curriculum prepares individuals holding baccalaureate degrees from a regionally accredited university to contribute to the success of their organizations through the enhancement of their management skills.

MISSION STATEMENT

Through small, interactive, hybrid, and online courses, students develop managerial skills for dynamic environments emphasizing applied knowledge and theories.

MBA ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

• Have obtained a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited university • Maintain enrollment in all designated classes • Meet all University requirements for graduation

CLASS FORMAT

The MBA program is 18 months in length (6 quarters) and begins each spring and fall. Students typically schedule two hybrid courses per quarter. A hybrid course features a combination of traditional and virtual settings. Attendance on campus is mandatory, but students are given some flexibility with virtual requirements. Class times consist of lecture, group work, assessments, etc. Virtual requirements in hybrid courses include exploration of course material via message board discussion with peers and instructors, article review and summary, assessments, etc. Additionally, lecture information, assignments, course information, and supplemental materials are made available to students on the course website. Fully online courses feature the same content as those offered in the hybrid format; however, they do not require any meetings on campus nor do they require any synchronous online meeting times. Enrollment in 8 credit hours per quarter is considered full-time status in the MBA program.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

48 Credit Hours MBA500 Introduction to Graduate Studies/4 MBA560 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business/4 MBA570 Accounting for Managers/4 MBA575 Organizational Behavior for Managers/4 MBA580 Global Business Issues and Strategies/4 MBA585 Finance for Managers/4 MBA605 Graduate Marketing Management/4 MBA610 Human Resource Management/4 MBA615 MBA Special Topics/4 or MBA665 Production and Operations Management/4 (online only) or MBA680 Managerial Economics/4 MBA640 Quantitative Analysis for Management/4 MBA655 Executive Leadership/4 MBA690 Management Capstone/4

TUITION

• $450 per credit hour • Tuition includes textbooks and course supplements via the University’s complimentary textbook rental program, a savings of approximately $2,800!

GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS

Graduate Assistantships require a 20-hour per week commitment to UNOH per quarter. A stipend and tuition are provided to the selected students. Five assistantships are offered each year. Minimum requirements are: • 3.5 undergraduate GPA • 2 letters of recommendations from former professors or university administrators Interested candidates should contact Jeff Cary, Director of Adult Admissions, at (419) 998-3180.

CHECK WITH YOUR EMPLOYER ABOUT TUITION REIMBURSEMENT

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ON - C A M PUS O NE-NIGHT-A -W EEK B U S I N E S S A DMINISTRATIO N (BU. BS)

ON -CAMPU S ON E-N IGH T-A-WEE K SP ECIALIZED STU DIES (SP.B U.B S )

BACHELOR DEGREE EARN YOUR DEGREE IN JUST 18 MONTHS IF YOU HAVE AN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE!

BACHELOR PROGRAM BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OPTION EARN YOUR DEGREE IN JUST 18 MONTHS, IF YOU HAVE AN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE!

FALL QUARTER 2017 MH310 MA322 GE MA416

Finite Mathematics – 3 hours (Students may elect to take MH315 VC in place of MH310) Organizational Behavior – 5 hours GE Elective – 3 hours Moral Issues in Business – 5 hours

WINTER QUARTER 2018 MH350 MA340 MA330 SS/BS

Statistics – 5 hours Leadership – 5 hours Human Resource Management – 5 hours Social and Behavioral Sciences Course – 3 hours

SPRING QUARTER 2018 AH BU320 AH MH420

Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions – 5 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours Quantitative Methods – 3 hours

SUMMER QUARTER 2018 GE SE SC320 MA447

GE Elective – 3 hours Specialized Elective – 3 hours Biology – 3 hours (Also includes 2 hours of lab time) Global Management Issues – 5 hours

FALL QUARTER 2018 EC325 SE FI420 LIT

Economics in Today’s Society – 3 hours Specialized Elective – 3 hours Corporate Finance – 5 hours Literature Course – 3 hours

WINTER QUARTER 2019 MA475 BU490 CO445 AH

Strategic Management and Business Policy – 5 hours Business Capstone – Upper Level – 3 hours Group Dynamics – 3 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours

**1) Students will need to complete two practicum electives either VC, evening, or traditional, or 2) complete portfolios for experiential credit, or 3) complete and successfully pass 6 credit hours of proficiency testing for any of the above courses.

FALL QUARTER 2017 MH310 MA322 BU304 GE

Finite Mathematics – 3 hours (Students may elect to take MH315 VC in place of MH310.) Organizational Behavior – 5 hours Management Essentials for Specialized Studies – 5 hours General Elective – 3 hours

WINTER QUARTER 2018 MH350 MA340 BU305 SS/BS

Statistics – 5 hours Leadership – 5 hours Economics and Finance for Specialized Studies – 5 hours Social and Behavioral Sciences Course - 3 hours

SPRING QUARTER 2018 AH BU320 AH MH420

Arts and Humanities Course – 3 hours Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions – 5 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours Quantitative Methods – 3 hours

SUMMER QUARTER 2018 GE MA447 SC320

General Elective – 3 hours Global Management Issues – 5 hours Biology – 3 hours (Also includes 2 hours of lab time)

FALL QUARTER 2018 EC325 FI420 LIT

Economics in Today’s Society – 3 hours Corporate Finance – 5 hours Literature Course – 3 hours

WINTER QUARTER 2019 MA475 BU490 CO445 AH

Strategic Management & Business Policy – 5 hours Business Capstone – Upper Level – 3 hours Group Dynamics – 3 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours

**1) Students will need to complete two practicum electives either VC, evening, or traditional, or 2) complete portfolios for experiential credit, or 3) complete and successfully pass 6 credit hours of proficiency testing for any of the above courses.

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O N - C A M PUS ONE-NIGHT-A -W EEK BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BU.AAB) ASSOCIATE’S PROGRAM

** Students must contact the Registrar’s Office (419-998-3193) to arrange for placement testing prior to the beginning of Fall Quarter 2017 for EN070 Basic English and MH065 Review Math. Students not passing one or more placement tests in these two areas must enroll for the courses either VC, Evening, or Day during Fall Quarter 2017 or very soon thereafter. These courses are prerequisites for courses offered Spring Quarter 2018.

FALL QUARTER 2017

UN110 First Year Experience – 2 hours CO179 Intro to Human Communication – 3 hours MA121 Principles of Management – 5 hours AC114 Accounting I – 5 hours MH065 and/or EN070 (Unless passing score on placement testing)

WINTER QUARTER 2018 SP MT150 BU115

Specialized Elective – 3 hours Principle of Marketing – 5 hours Contract Law – 5 hours

SPRING QUARTER 2018 BU220 SP MT225 BU

Managerial Accounting for Business – 3 hours Specialized Elective – 3 hours Retailing – 5 hours BU Elective – 3 hours

SUMMER QUARTER 2018 EN180 UN220 BU240

Composition I – 5 hours Introduction to Diversity Issues – 3 hours International Business I – 5 hours

FALL QUARTER 2018 MH169 EN200 BU

Business Math – 5 hours Composition II – 5 hours BU Elective – 3 hours

WINTER QUARTER 2019 BU230 AH MH190

Current Topics in Business – 5 hours Arts & Humanities Course – 3 hours Algebra – 5 hours

SPRING QUARTER 2019 SC200 EC225 GE PY177

Principles of Ecology – 3 hours Macroeconomics – 5 hours General Elective – 3 hours Intro to Psychology – 3 hours (Students may elect to take SO186 VC in place of PY177)

SUMMER QUARTER 2019 BU292 FI210 EC235

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Business Capstone – 3 hours Principles of Finance – 5 hours Microeconomics – 5 hours

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“ I RANK GETTING MY MASTERS AT THE TOP OF MY LIST FOR PERSONAL GOALS. UNOH, AND THE REGIMEN OF EARNING ANOTHER DEGREE,

GAVE ME MORE CONFIDENCE IN MY ABILITY TO LEARN AT A LATER AGE, WITH MORE FOCUS THAN I HAD MANY YEARS AGO.”

- MICHAEL WALSH

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Students who wish to transfer to other institutions should contact the Registrar at that college or university for information about transferability of credit. Contact the Registrar’s Office to have academic records reviewed.

TRANS F ER S T UDE N T S Students who transfer from another regionally or nationally accredited college must have an official transcript of their college courses sent directly from their original college to the Office of the Registrar at the University of Northwestern Ohio for evaluation of credit. Transcripts issued to students will not be accepted. Grades are not transferred from other colleges or universities. Credit may be granted for comparable course descriptions and credit hours in which students have received a grade of C or better. A maximum of 135 quarter hours for bachelor degree programs, 81 quarter hours for associate degree programs, and 54 quarter hours for diploma programs may be transferred from other institutions. Students who have earned an appropriate associate degree from an accredited institution can transfer 90 hours into the 2+2 bachelor courses with junior status. Students who have not earned an associate degree will have their transcripts evaluated on a course-by-course basis. Computer and other technical courses will need to be retaken if not taken within a recent time period, usually three years. Students may receive credit for courses in several ways: by completing the courses satisfactorily, by passing proficiency exams, or by transferring credits. Proficiency exams at the 100 level may be taken by all students, traditional and Virtual College. Students who have attended an institution accredited by organizations recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and/or the US Department of Education, or institutions recognized as candidates for such accreditation, may be granted transfer credit based on evaluation of the courses and the successful completion (2.00 cumulative GPA) of one quarter or full-time work in the College of Business, College of Health Professions, or College of Occupational Professions, or two sessions in the College of Applied Technologies. The transfer credits will be recorded on their permanent transcripts when a 2.00 is achieved. Transfer credit cannot be used to replace courses that have been previously attempted at the University of Northwestern Ohio. Grades are not transferred. MBA students may transfer in a maximum of 8 credit hours from a graduate program at another regionally accredited institution. Students in the MBA program must complete 40 quarter credit hours with the University of Northwestern Ohio. In order to receive credit for transfer courses, the student must have earned an average grade of B or better in graduate courses. However, no grades are transferred from other colleges or universities.

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TRAN SIEN T STU D EN TS

Students from other colleges who wish to enroll at the University of Northwestern Ohio for a limited time or a specific course can be admitted as transient students. They should contact the Registrar of their current college to determine transferability of UNOH courses. These students may take a maximum of 12 credit hours; after completion, to continue, they must declare a major and complete the regular application process.

N ON -D EGREE-SEEKING STU D ENT S

Non-degree-seeking students do not intend to complete diploma or degree programs. These students may take a maximum of 12 credit hours and must then declare a major and complete the regular application process.

CRED IT B Y EXAMIN ATION

Regularly enrolled students in the Colleges of Business, Occupational Professions, or Health Professions may request proficiency examinations for advanced standing in some 100-level courses. See the Registrar for applicable classes. Special exams may be given in other classes with permission of the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost. Microsoft certifications may serve as credit competencies for DP117, DP150, and WP138. MOS tests must be completed in the current version of Microsoft Office. Proficiency exams may be taken only once and must be taken prior to scheduling for a course. A charge is made for this service. A letter grade is not assumed for proficiency tests.

CRED IT FOR EXP ER IEN TIAL LEARNI NG

Students whose non-traditional learning may qualify for collegelevel credit should contact the Dean’s Office for eligibility. Once the Dean has determined the students are eligible, they should enroll for the UN-154 Prior Learning Assessment (Associate Degree) or UN-354 Experiential Learning (Baccalaureate Degree). All students should submit a portfolio for review for each course they would like evaluated for potential credit. The portfolio must be submitted to the Dean who will assign an appropriate faculty member to review it. The assessment of previous learning will be based on the detailed portfolio which will include verification and documentation of experience as well as evidence of college-level learning. A maximum of 6 hours may be earned. A charge is made for evaluation of the portfolio. Credits earned can apply as specialized electives unless a specific course is assigned to the credits. After submitting a portfolio, students should contact the Cashier’s Office to pay the fee. All fees need to be paid before the portfolio will be reviewed. The Registrar’s Office will notify students of the results of their review. Credit may also be given for PONSI, CLEP, DANTES, and ACE recommendations.


M O R E WAY S T O EA RN CO LLEGE CR ED IT

UNOH recognizes that college-level learning can occur in many places and in many ways. We know that job, professional, and military training are often as rigorous as time in the classroom. And most people pick up valuable insights throughout their lives as they negotiate the challenges of personal development. That is why UNOH has instituted transfer credit policies that include many ways for our students to demonstrate learning and earn college credit. In fact, UNOH degree programs and transfer credit policies enable most students who have completed an associate’s degree to complete their bachelor’s degree in as little as 18 months, without missing a beat at work or at home. Depending on the learning involved and type of assessment used, these credits may be applied toward the general education core curriculum, electives, or even your major area of study for your degree program.

“It was easy to transfer my credits. UNOH really considers what’s important for the student...”

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T H A NK Y O U F O R YO UR SERV ICE The University of Northwestern Ohio, a private, not-for-profit University, was named a Military Friendly School for 2017 by G.I. Jobs. This honor ranks UNOH in the top 15% of all colleges and universities nationwide. The UNOH Military Relations Department started in 2001. The department provides a one-stop-shop to all active military, reservist, National Guard, and veterans and assists with scheduling, financial aid, and transfer of credits. Approximately 40% of UNOH military students utilize the University’s online degree options which can be accessed from anywhere in the world. Veterans Affairs Benefits: UNOH is authorized to certify students who qualify for the Post 9/11 GI Bill, Montgomery GI Bill, (Active Duty/Selected Reserves) and Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance Program, as well as those who qualify for VA Vocational Rehabilitation. The advantage of attending UNOH for servicemen and women is that you only deal with one person. There are NO OUT-OF-STATE FEES, and we offer FREE UP-FRONT EVALUATIONS. No residency is required.

UNOH accepts the Joint Services Transcript and CCAF and honors credit equivalencies defined by the American Council on Education (ACE) for military course work, experience, and testing programs, such as CLEP and DANTES. Accreditation: UNOH is regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.

A MILITARY FRIEN D LY & H ELPFU L U N IVERSITY FOR ALL MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS AND VETERANS, CONTACT: CARISSA BURGESS UNOH MILITARY RELATIONS COORDINATOR (419) 998-8452 or cmbendele@unoh.edu

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S ER VI N G I N TH E MILITARY A N D CO M PL ETING A D EGR EE AT THE SAME TIME EARN YOUR DEGREE FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD ONLINE THROUGH UNOH! • An instructor-led, online method of earning an associate, bachelor, or MBA degree. • UNOH has been a provider of online education since 1994. • Quarterly basis with 10 weeks in length. • Fall (10 weeks), Winter (10 weeks), Spring (10 weeks), and Summer (8 weeks) and breaks between each quarter. • No residency required (100% online) • UNOH works with deployed service members who are unable to meet course deadlines. • Virtual College Support and Student Success Department available for students who seek assistance. • Smarthinking FREE online tutoring is available to ensure students receive a quality education 24/7 with tutorials and discussion boards. • Math and English

AD VA N TA G ES OF AT TENDING UNO H:

Dedicated personnel on staff to guide you through your enrollment processing and your military benefits.

TRANSFER OF CREDITS

We accept the Joint Services Transcript and CCAF and honor credit equivalences defined by the American Council on Education (ACE) for military course work, experience and testing programs, such as CLEP and DANTES.

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MILITARY TUITION SCHOLARSHIP

To show our appreciation to the men and woman in uniform, the University of Northwestern Ohio meets the military cap of $165 per quarter hour for active duty, reservists, and National Guard students who are enrolled in the online and traditional classes in our College of Business, Occupational Professions, and Health Professions. Veterans receive 10% off tuition only. A UNOH Military Scholarship is available to service members and veterans in the College of Applied Technologies, which includes 10% off tuition only. Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA.


UNOH AFFILIATES

GoArmyEd: for Active Army, USAR, and National Guard students AlPortal: for active duty Air Force and Air Force Reserve

Member of MyCAA: Military Spouse Career Advancement

Account Program – Available for military spouses interested in pursuing degree programs, licenses, or credentials leading to careers in high-growth, high-demand portable career fields. Spouses of active duty members of the National Guard and Reserve components may be eligible. To determine your eligibility, visit https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa.

SCHOOL CERTIFYING OFFICIAL’S

The UNOH School Certifying Official is available to assist veterans with certifying enrollment and counseling toward their chosen career path. For more information about your military education benefits, visit www.gibill.va.gov.

CARISSA BURGESS UNOH MILITARY RELATIONS COORDINATOR (419) 998-8452 or cmbendele@unoh.edu

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COLL EG E O F A PPLIED TECHNO LO GIES UNOH OFFERS DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS OF STUDY:

Automotive Technology Supervision (2+2) (Available Online) Automotive Technology High Performance Technology Alternate Fuels Diesel Technology Agricultural Equipment Technology Robotics and Automation Technology HVAC/R Technology

1 0 0 % O N L I N E DEGREES

GRADUATE COLLEGE & COLLEGES OF BUSINESS, HEALTH PROFESSIONS, AND OCCUPATIONAL PROFESSIONS MASTER’S DEGREE:

Business Administration

BACCALAUREATE DEGREES:

Accounting Accounting with a 5-year CPA Track Forensic Accounting Business Administration Agribusiness Management Option Automotive Management/Automotive Aftermarket Option Marketing Option Healthcare Administration 2+2 program – medical field related Associate degree required Marketing Specialized Studies

ASSOCIATE DEGREES:

Accounting Agribusiness Marketing/Management Technology Business Administration Health Information Technology Legal Assisting Marketing Medical Office Management Office Management Specialized Studies Sport Marketing & Management

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AD VAN TAG ES

• Military scholarship for Applied Technologies students is 10% off tuition (student must maintain 2.5 GPA) • No ACT or SAT required • Use Post 9/11 Benefits to pay for tuition • Free up-front unofficial evaluation of Military Transcript before you begin (Fax to: (419) 998-2743) • No out-of-state tuition • Textbooks are available for purchase or for rent • One-stop shop for all your needs • Smarthinking: online tutoring

H OU SING

Students attending UNOH have the option of living on campus or off their first year. Those students who elect to stay on campus have four apartment-style dorms to choose from: Racers Village, Sherwood Park, Northwestern Park, and College Park. On-campus housing is available to unmarried students up to 25 years old. Housing cost includes utilities and basic cable television service.

CAREER SERVICES

UNOH’s dedicated Career Services staff helps students find part-time jobs while on campus and full-time jobs after graduation. Many of our students work part time to pay for their own food and housing.

CAREER SERVICES OFFERS OUR STUDENTS ASSISTANCE IN SEVERAL AREAS SUCH AS: • Resume services which customize resumes for students.

• Career success seminars which cover resume design, interviewing success, business etiquette, career planning, and networking. • Career Magnet – Career Services’ own database and resource listing for students, alumni, and employers. Students are able to manage multiple resumes, cover letters, letters of recommendation, references, and unofficial transcripts. Students and graduates can search and apply for job opportunities online. It’s free, it’s easy, and it’s available to you 24/7. • The Career Services Department will provide you with lifetime job assistance following graduation.


“ AS A SPOUSE OF AN ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE MEMBER,

I WAS ABLE TO USE MYCAA TO HELP PAY FOR SOME OF MY TUITION AT UNOH.

THE MILITARY RELATIONS DEPARTMENT TOOK CARE OF ME FROM START TO FINISH.” - VERNIEL BARNETT

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F I N A N C I A L A ID GR A NT S

Monies awarded by the government that you do not pay back (need based).

FEDERAL PELL GRANTS

File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online after October 1st at www.fafsa.gov. $0-$5,920 per year $0-$1,973 per quarter (UNOH FAFSA Master Code #004861)

OHIO COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY GRANT • $4,096 per year • $1,024 per quarter • Must be used for tuition and fees only.

FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY GRANT • Federal Grant - Need based; Pell Priority • $0-$4,000 per year • $0-$1,000 per quarter

LO A NS

FEDERAL DIRECT STUDENT LOAN

• Subsidized - No interest charges while student is attending college - interest rate 4.45% adjusted annually not to exceed 8.25%. • Unsubsidized - Interest charges will accrue while student is attending college.

INDEPENDENT UNDERGRADUATE LOANS $3,500 Freshman $4,500 Sophomore $5,500 Junior or Senior

Additional Unsubsidized TOTAL $6,000 $9,500 $6,000 $10,500 $7,000 $12,500

A LT E R NAT E LOA NS

• Private source of funds to pay for college education • Loans based on credit-worthiness • Rates of interest determined by credit history • In many cases, principal payments can be delayed until after student’s last date of attendance or graduation.

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YOU R G U ID E TO COMP LETIN G TH E FAF S A SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER

Apply for your Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) Visit https://fsaid.ed.gov (Student and parent)

OCTOBER - D ECEMBER

Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov and fill out the FAFSA. (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) To complete FAFSA, you must have your last year’s Income Tax Return and W2(s). The UNOH School Code number is: 004861 Follow and complete the step-by-step online submission form. Don’t forget to print submission confirmation page when finished.

JANU ARY - MARCH

In approximately 5 weeks, you will receive a post card or email of award status; then contact Financial Aid at (419) 998-8890 or financialaid@unoh.edu.

MARCH - JU N E

Receive award notice & apply for loans if needed.

AU G U ST

Attend orientation and take placement tests if required. Have your high school send your final transcript to UNOH. For step-by-step video instructions visit: www.unoh.edu/fafsasteps

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ACCO UN T I N G

The field of Accounting is exciting and demanding as a professional career. The curriculum prepares students in the areas of preparation of financial reports, statements, cost procedures, audits, and finance for business firms.

Career Directions: Staff Accountant, Auditor, Budget Analyst, Tax Accountant, Management

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical and Basic Requirements: 64 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 AC115 Accounting ll/5 AC117 Personal Taxes/5 AC118 Accounting III/3 AC122 Payroll Accounting/3 AC130 Introduction to Accounting Software/3 AC202 Managerial Accounting/5 AC221 Intermediate Accounting I/5 AC222 Intermediate Accounting ll/5 AC223 Intermediate Accounting lIl/3 AC225 Survey of Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting/3 AC292 Accounting Capstone/3 DP150 Spreadsheet Applications/3 DP210 Advanced Spreadsheet Applications/3 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 9 Credit Hours

BACHELOR DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical and Basic Requirements: 107 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 AC115 Accounting ll/5 AC117 Personal Taxes/5 AC118 Accounting lll/3 AC122 Payroll Accounting/3 AC130 Introduction to Accounting Software/3 AC202 Managerial Accounting/5 AC221 Intermediate Accounting l/5 AC222 Intermediate Accounting ll/5 AC223 Intermediate Accounting lIl/3 AC301 Cost Accounting I/5 AC302 Cost Accounting II/5 AC310 Business Taxes/5 AC375 Accounting Professional Ethics/3 AC405 Accounting Information Systems/5 AC411 A Survey of Auditing/3 AC412 Auditing for Fraud/3 AC435 Advanced Accounting l/5 AC436 Advanced Accounting ll/5 AC445 Governmental and Not-for-Profit Organizations/5 AC490 Accounting Capstone/3 BU325 Legal Issues in Commercial Transactions/5 DP150 Spreadsheet Applications/3 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 General Education Requirements: 64 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 9 Credit Hours

ACCOU N TING CPA TRACK (5-Y EAR P R OGR AM) This curriculum provides education to students in the areas of preparation of financial reports, statements, cost procedures, audit and finance for business firms. The Accounting Program provides an intensive study of the accounting field in flexible student-friendly formats for lifelong learning opportunities. The CPA Track Program will provide students with the preparation needed to sit for the CPA Exam.

Career Directions: Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Payroll Accountant, Certified Fraud Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Management Accountant, Certified Financial Accountant, Plant Controller, Financial Analyst

BACHELOR DEGREE - CPA TRACK

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical and Basic Requirements: 149 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 AC115 Accounting ll/5 AC117 Personal Taxes/5 AC118 Accounting lll/3 AC122 Payroll Accounting/3 AC130 Introduction to Accounting Software/3 or DP150 Spreadsheet Applications/3 AC202 Managerial Accounting/5 AC221 Intermediate Accounting l/5 AC222 Intermediate Accounting Il/5 AC223 Intermediate Accounting lII/3 AC301 Cost Accounting I/5 AC302 Cost Accounting II/5 AC310 Business Taxes/5 AC321 Corporate Governance/3 AC375 Accounting Professional Ethics/3 AC405 Accounting Information Systems/5 AC411 A Survey of Auditing/3 AC412 Auditing for Fraud/3 AC413 Auditing for Compliance/5 AC435 Advanced Accounting I/5 AC436 Advanced Accounting ll/5 AC440 Financial Statement Analysis/5 AC445 Governmental & Not-for-Profit Organizations/5 AC452 CPA Review - Financial Accounting & Reporting/3 AC453 CPA Review - Business Environment & Concepts/3 AC454 CPA Review - Regulation/3 AC455 CPA Review - Auditing & Attestation/3 AC490 Accounting Capstone/3 BU320 Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions/5 BU325 Legal Issues in Commercial Transactions/5 EC225 Macroeconomics/5 EC235 Microeconomics/5 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 FI420 Corporate Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 General Education Requirements: 64 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 9 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 3 Credit Hours Average Income with Accounting Certified Public Accounting Bachelor Degree: *$60,120 - $103,250

Average Income with 18-month Accounting Associate Degree: * $26,000 - $50,500 Average Income with Accounting Bachelor Degree: *$48,000 - $90,000+

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*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics


AGRI B US I N ES S MA R KE T I NG/ M AN A G EM EN T T E C HNO LOGY The agricultural industry is a worldwide business with exciting changes happening in ethanol, seed sales, agronomy, chemicals, and more. Understanding the business end of agriculture is extremely important. UNOH’s Agribusiness curriculum takes two approaches, using a broadbased and applied skills curriculum. First, we focus on agriculture, and students learn about such topics as agronomy, animal science, and the futures market. The second approach focuses on business, with courses in marketing, general business principles, and accounting. UNOH fosters a foundation of agricultural learning, developing the individual and facilitates the transition from education to the work force. Students entering positions in agribusiness marketing/management environment – wholesale, retails or production – will have the background to operate a family farm, manage a retail agribusiness supply firm, sell agricultural equipment and products and fill other agricultural-related positions.

Career Directions: Farming, Ranching, Agricultural Managing, Horticulture, Agriculture Futures investor/trader, Land Use Planner, Food Processing, Food Inspection.

ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 68 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 AG106 Agribusiness Fundamentals/3 AG116 Agricultural Technology/3 AG130 Agriculture Law/3 AG135 Sustainable Agriculture/3 AG145 Agricultural Sales/5 AG208 Agricultural Economics/5 AG209 Agricultural Marketing/5 AG210 Agronomy I/5 AG211 Animal Science/5 AG230 Agronomy II/5 AG292 Agribusiness Capstone/3 BU220 Managerial Accounting for Business/3 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 MT150 Principles of Marketing/5 General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Elective: 5 Credit Hours Students with an associate in Agribusiness Marketing/Management may transfer into the specialized studies bachelor program. In addition to the hours required for the bachelor’s degree (90 hours of upper level 300 & 400 classes), they can earn a concentration in agribusiness by taking 26 additional hours. AG300 AG310 AG315 AG400 AG405 AG406

Agribusiness Strategies and Management/5 Agribusiness Entrepreneurship, Finance & Marketing/5 Professional Agribusiness Selling/5 Agricultural Policy/5 Agricultural Price Analysis/3 Special Problems in Agribusiness/3

Average Income with Associate Degree in Agribusiness Management:*$30,000 - $45,000

BU SIN ESS AD MINISTRATION

A degree in Business Administration offers an excellent education for a wide range of positions in the business sector, banking, investments and manufacturing industries. Career advancement in large corporations, as well as small businesses, can be achieved.

Career Directions: Human Resources Management, Investments in Finance, Retail Manager, Line Manager, Non-Profit Organizations

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical and Basic Requirements: 56 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 BU115 Contract Law/5 BU220 Managerial Accounting for Business/3 BU230 Current Topics in Business/5 BU240 International Business I/5 BU292 Business Capstone/3 EC225 Macroeconomics/5 EC235 Microeconomics/5 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 MT150 Principles of Marketing/5 MT225 Retailing/5 General Education Requirements: 37 Credit Hours Technical and Basic Electives: 6 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 6 Credit Hours

BACHELOR DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 84 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 BU220 Managerial Accounting for Business/3 BU240 International Business I/5 BU320 Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions/5 BU490 Business Capstone/3 EC225 Macroeconomics/5 EC235 Microeconomics/5 EC325 Economics in Today’s Society/3 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 FI420 Corporate Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 MA322 Organizational Behavior/5 MA330 Human Resource Management/5 MA340 Leadership/5 MA416 Moral Issues in Business/5 MA447 Global Management Issues/5 MA475 Strategic Management & Business Policy/5 MT150 Principles of Marketing/5 Practicum Options: 6 Credit Hours General Education Requirements: 69 Credit Hours Technical and Related Electives: 6 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 9 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 6 Credit Hours Average Income with an 18-month Associate Degree in Business Administration *$28,450 - $50,000 Average Income with Business Administration Bachelor Degree *34,000 - $93,870

Average Income with Bachelor Degree in Agribusiness Management: *$59,750 - $89,000 *Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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FOREN S I C A C C OUNT I NG

This curriculum provides education to students in the area of white collar crime, obtaining documents for examination, federal regulation relating to fraud examinations, and the review of the provision of Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 relating to the corporate governance and testing of internal controls related to corporate assets. The Forensic Accounting Program provides an intensive study of the elements of fraud including prevention and detection in order to prepare students for the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) examination.

Career Directions: Independent Auditor, Internal Auditor, Investigator, Law Enforcement, Forensic Accounting, Government Accountant

BACHELOR DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical and Basic Requirements: 102 Credit Hours AC114 AC115 AC117 AC118 AC202 AC221 AC222 AC225 AC315 AC321 AC375 AC405 AC411 AC490 BU115 CJ200 DF100 DP150 FA330 FA340 FA410 FA420 FA425 PL120

Accounting I/5 Accounting II/5 Personal Taxes/5 Accounting III/3 Managerial Accounting/5 Intermediate Accounting I/5 Intermediate Accounting II/5 Survey of Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting/3 Lean Accounting/5 Corporate Governance/3 Accounting Professional Ethics/3 Accounting Information Systems/5 A Survey of Auditing/3 Accounting Capstone/3 Contract Law/5 Criminal Law for Non-Legal Majors/3 Introduction to Digital Forensics/3 Spreadsheet Applications/3 Financial Statement Investigation/5 Interviewing for Fraud/5 Forensic Accounting I/5 Legal Implications of Fraud Examination/5 Forensic Accounting II/5 Litigation/5

General Education Requirements: 64 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 9 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 5 Credit Hours Average Income with Forensic Accounting Bachelor Degree: *$59,240 - $89,620

H EALTH CARE AD MINISTRATIO N 2+2 P R OG R AM This is a 2+2 degree. UNOH students in the Medical Assisting, Medical Office of Management, or Health Information Technology associate degrees will transfer into the degree completion program and complete their junior and senior years. In addition, students from other regionally accredited institutions may transfer associate degrees in health-related areas into the 2+2 program. Students prepare to work across the healthcare continuum by acquiring the management knowledge and skills needed in this dynamic and growing industry. As the average life expectancy continues to increase, it is estimated that by 2050 one in eight Americans will be 75 years of age or older. What does this information mean for you when considering a career in healthcare? As individuals continue to live longer, they will ultimately need more medical care. Our country needs competent individuals to work in the healthcare setting and, ultimately, individuals to manage that healthcare setting. There are ample opportunities related to the business of healthcare for those capable and willing to accept the challenge. A degree in Healthcare Administration opens a number of doors into this ever-changing and expanding field, allowing for entry-level management or supervisory positions in: • Hospitals • Extended care facilities • Home health • Insurance companies • Healthcare suppliers • Health-related agencies • Government agencies

Career Directions: Medical Insurance Underwriting Specialist, Associate Director of Compliance, Health Department Administrator, Healthcare Information Manager, Nursing Home Administrator Junior- and Senior-Level Courses: 90 Credit Hours (Total)

BACHELOR DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 47 Credit Hours BU304 Management Essentials for Specialized Studies/5 BU305 Economics and Finance for Specialized Studies/5 HC305 Healthcare Management/5 HC310 Healthcare Law/3 HC315 Quality Metrics in Healthcare/3 HC325 Public Health and Epidemiology/3 HC415 Health Information Technology/5 HC467 Healthcare Finance and Accounting/5 HC472 Healthcare Economics/5 HC490 Healthcare Capstone/3 MA322 Organizational Behavior/5 General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours Technical and Basic Electives: 5 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 6 Credit Hours Healthcare Administration Baccalaureate Degree Average Income: *$70,310

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*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics


H E ALT H I N F O RMAT I ON TE CH N O L O G Y

When you graduate with an Associate’s Degree from UNOH in Health Information Technology, upon passing a certification exam, you will be considered a Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT). HIT Professionals holding credentials are responsible for: • Ensuring the quality of medical records by verifying their completeness, accuracy, and proper entry into various computer systems. • Using computer applications to gather and analyze patient data in order to improve patient care and control costs • Specializing in coding diagnoses and procedures in patient records for payment and research. Some RHIT’s specialize in cancer treatment and are responsible for compiling and maintaining data on cancer patients specifically. • CAHIIM Accredited degree Most HIT professionals will work in hospitals, but they are also found in office-based physician practices, nursing homes, home health agencies, mental health facilities, and public health agencies. HIT’s may be employed in ANY organization that uses patient data or health information, such as pharmaceutical companies, law and insurance firms, and health product vendors.

Career Directions: Medical Records Management, Privacy Officer, Risk Management, Corporate Compliance, Data Analysis and Reporting, Medical Coding

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Technical & Basic Requirements: 63 Credit Hours DP175 Software Applications/3 HIT110 Medical Terminology/3 HIT122 Introduction to Health Information Technology/5 HIT145 Health Information Systems/5 HIT160 Legal and Ethical Aspects of HIT/5 HIT203 Coding I/5 HIT208 Coding II/5 HIT216 Coding III/5 HIT225 HIT Revenue Cycle Management/5 HIT235 Healthcare Statistics & Quality Assessment/5 HIT245 Electronic Healthcare Records/5 HIT255 HIT Internship I/2 HIT261 HIT InternshipII/2 HIT266 Management of Health Information Systems/5 HIT292 Health Information Capstone/3

IT - D IGITAL FOREN SICS

The increasing use of forensic science in the field of IT has created a high demand for trained specialists who have the education to explain the current state of a computer system, a storage media, an electronic document or even packets moving over a computer network. Digital Forensics uses current information technologies that are the driving force of today’s business and legal world. Digital Forensics, as it applies to digital evidence recovery, forensic laboratory analysis, and legal and ethical issues regarding seizure of a computer evidence, will be explored in depth. The Digital Forensics program allows students to gain real world experience extracting data from digital media, using software such as: DriveSpy, Encase, and FTK Forensic IM Extractor. Students prepare case files for criminal incidents involving computers and learn proper documentation methods regarding extracted data case files.

Career Directions: Crime Scene Investigator, Digital Recovery Analyst, Corporate Data Analyst

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 65 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 BU115 Contract Law/5 CJ200 Criminal Law for Non-Legal Majors/3 DF100 Introduction to Digital Forensics/3 DF110 White-Collar Crime/3 DF120 Analysis of Digital Media/5 DF130 Intrusion Detection and Prevention/5 DF200 Cybercrime/3 DF210 Advanced Digital Forensics/5 DF220 Digital Forensics and Incident Response/3 DF230 Mobile Device Forensics/3 DF240 Search & Seizure of Digital Evidence/3 DF250 Advanced Topics in Digital Forensics/5 DF260 Network Forensics/3 DF292 Digital Forensics Capstone/3 IT170 Ethics in Information Technology/3 MA121 Principles of Management/5 General Education Requirements: 35 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 5 Credit Hours 18-Month Computer Forensics Associate Degree Average Income: *$54,320

General Education Requirements: 42 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours 18-Month Health Information Technology Associate’s Degree Average Income: *$42,878

*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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IT - D I G I TA L M U LT I ME DI A DE S I GN

The curriculum in Digital Multimedia Design uses the latest technologies to create dynamic and interactive multimedia productions for the web, optical media, and print layout. The explosion of digital art and animation has created a high demand for trained specialists who have the education and desire to work in a demanding field. In our Digital Multimedia Design program, students learn how to integrate all of the creative elements of digital design through the use of the latest technology, software, and hardware. This curriculum teaches: XHTML, Dream Weaver, ADOBE Premier, ADOBE Photoshop and Illustrator, ADOBE Flash, ADOBE Director, Quark Express, Lightwave 3D.

Career Directions: Creative Director, Multimedia Designer, Animator, Video Producer

IT - NETWORK SECU RITY

The explosion of computer use has created a high demand for trained specialists who have the education to administer, maintain, and support computer systems and networks. Networking Security as it applies to the internet and intranets will be explored in depth. Our Network Security program provides you with all the skills necessary to be a company’s first line of defense against computer network threats to information security. Specialists can plan, coordinate, and implement security software, monitor the network for security breaches, respond to cyber attacks, and even gather data to be used in prosecuting cyber crime. We offer courses in computer forensics, data recovery, counter-intelligence, and information security, using the latest advancements in software and hardware. Students use industry software like Snap Back, Zero, Go Back, and Drive Spy.

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Career Directions: Network Engineer, Network Security Officer, Network Administrator

Technical & Basic Requirements: 73 Credit Hours BU120 Introduction to Business/3 DM118 Digital Media Fundamentals/3 DM121 Web Media Design Concepts/3 DM122 Digital Studio Fundamentals/3 DM125 Digital Graphic Imaging/3 DM130 Applied 3-D Modeling Concepts/3 DM180 Applied Digital Drawing/3 DM190 Interactive Media Presentation/3 DM210 Advanced Interactive Media Presentation/5 DM215 Advanced Web Media Design Concepts/5 DM223 Applied Digital Video Editing/5 DM226 Advanced Digital Video Editing/5 DM236 Advanced Digital Graphic Imaging/3 DM255 Applied 3-D Animation Concepts/5 DM292 Digital Multimedia Capstone/3 IT109 Welcome to Web 2.0 & New Media/2 IT113 Introduction to Computer Programming/3 IT170 Ethics in Information Technology/3 MT150 Principles of Marketing/5 MT245 Integrated Marketing Communications/5

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required.

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required.

General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours

Technical & Basic Requirements: 73 Credit Hours BU109 Customer Service/3 BU115 Contract Law/5 BU120 Introduction to Business/3 DF100 Introduction to Digital Forensics/3 IT109 Welcome to Web 2.0 & New Media/2 IT113 Introduction to Computer Programming/3 IT125 Computer Hardware Fundamentals/3 IT130 Management of Information Security/3 IT150 Administering a Client Operating System/5 IT170 Ethics in Information Technology/3 IT183 Network Fundamentals/5 IT225 Virtual Environments/5 NS140 Open Source Fundamentals/3 NS193 Local & Wide Area Networks/5 NS230 Router Administration/5 NS240 Operating Systems Security/3 NS250 Open Source Server Administration/3 NS260 Firewall Administration/5 NS280 Intrusion Detection Systems Administration/3 NS292 Network Security Capstone/3

18-Month Digital Multimedia Design Associate Degree Average Income: *$53,270

General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours 18-month Network Security Associate Degree Average Income: *$61,340

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*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics


IT - S Y S T EM A DMI NI S T R AT I O N

System Administrators and Engineers ensure that the design of an organization’s computer site allows for all the components, including computers, the network, and software, to fit together and work properly. Job growth in this field is very high. We are proud to be a Microsoft IT Academy, allowing us to provide our students with the latest upgrades in software and technology.

Career Directions: System Administrator, Network Associate, Network Analyst

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 73 Credit Hours BU109 Customer Service/3 BU120 Introduction to Business/3 DP117 Database Applications/3 EC190 Survey of Economics/3 IT109 Welcome to Web 2.0 & New Media/2 IT113 Introduction to Computer Programming/3 IT130 Management of Information Security/3 IT150 Administering a Client Operating System/5 IT170 Ethics in Information Technology/3 IT183 Network Fundamentals/5 IT225 Virtual Environments/5 SA110 Operating System Fundamentals/5 SA115 Database Design & Development/3 SA130 Administering a Server Environment I/5 SA220 Administering a Server Environment II/5 SA230 Server Utilities/5 SA240 Advanced Server/3 SA245 Emerging Trends in Computing/3 SA250 Implementing Network Security/3 SA292 System Administration Capstone/3

LEG AL ASSISTING

Today a paralegal is an essential complement to any attorney’s practice. Paralegals are intimately involved in court cases, initializing contact with clients throughout the trial. The University of Northwestern Ohio offers an associate degree for legal assistants and paralegals, preparing students for positions in the legal field. In the Legal Assisting program, students are trained in a variety of legal subjects, such as: Litigation, Probate, Family Law, Criminal Law, Real Estate, Contract Law, Juvenile Law, Legal Research and Writing, and Automated Research.

Career Directions: Private Law Firms, Government Agency, US Department of Justice, Freelance Consultant, Corporate Legal Departments

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required.

Technical & Basic Requirements: 73 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 BU120 Introduction to Business/3 DP150 Spreadsheet Applications/3 KY146 Keyboarding I/5 PL100 Introduction to the Legal System/5 PL110 Probate Administration/5 PL120 Litigation/5 PL130 Legal Research & Writing I/5 PL140 Domestic Relations/5 PL210 Real Estate/5 PL220 Legal Research & Writing II/5 PL230 Automated Research/3 PL240 Criminal Law/5 PL245 Legal Ethics/2 PL250 Juvenile Law/3 PL292 Legal Capstone/3 WP138 Introduction to Word Processing Applications/3 WP267 Advanced Word Processing Applications/3

General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours

General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours

18-Month System Administration Associate Degree Average Income: *$62,745

18-Month Legal Assisting Associate Degree Average Income: *$28,500 - $62,000

*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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M ARKET I N G

The Marketing curriculum prepares students for positions in public relations, retail, wholesale, and manufacturing organizations. Success can be achieved with strong communication skills, computer skills and creativity. The program is designed around practical experience with the understanding of marketing principles. Students are given the chance to apply marketing knowledge to organizational situations in order to fulfill customer needs in a changing, global environment. The focus of the marketing program is to provide students with an in-depth practical approach to analyzing, planning, and implementing marketing strategies. UNOH combines academic theory and applied skills development in a specialized curriculum that will provide the foundation for your career.

Career Directions: Public Relations, Advertising Agencies, Sales and Market Research, Promotions, Online Marketing

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Technical & Basic Requirements: 56 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 BU115 Contract Law/5 BU240 International Business I/5 EC225 Macroeconomics/5 EC235 Microeconomics/5 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 MT150 Principles of Marketing/5 MT160 Professional Selling/3 MT225 Retailing/5 MT245 Integrated Marketing Communications/5 MT292 Marketing Capstone/3 General Education Requirements: 37 Credit Hours Technical and Basic Electives: 6 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 6 Credit Hours

BACHELOR DEGREE

Technical & Basic Requirements: 93 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 BU240 International Business I/5 BU320 Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions/5 EC225 Macroeconomics/5 EC235 Microeconomics/5 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 MA322 Organizational Behavior/5 MA416 Moral Issues in Business/5 MT150 Principles of Marketing/5 MT160 Professional Selling/3 MT225 Retailing/5 MT245 Integrated Marketing Communications/5 MT317 Consumer Behavior/3 MT321 International Marketing/3 MT353 Services Marketing/3 MT355 Internet Marketing/5 MT406 Special Topics in Marketing/3 MT415 Marketing Research/5 MT424 Marketing Management/5 MT490 Marketing Capstone/3 General Education Requirements: 69 Credit Hours Technical and Basic Electives: 6 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 9 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 3 Credit Hours Average Income with 18-Month Marketing Associate Degree: * $27,000 - $76,000+ Average Income with Marketing Bachelor Degree: * $31,000 - $93,500

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MED ICAL ASSISTAN T TECH N OL O G Y

Medical Assistants help physicians examine and treat patients, as well as perform conventional tasks needed to keep the office running smoothly. Although Medical Assistants perform both clinical and administrative tasks, the nature of their work varies from facility to facility – hospitals, clinics, and offices. Join a helping profession. Advantages of the Medical Assistant Field: member of one of the fastest growing occupations, work in the medical environment, potential for advancement, work with the public, get formal administrative and clinical training. Sample of Routine Duties of Medical Assistant Clinical: • Taking and recording vital signs and medical histories, EKG’s, performing diagnostic tests, and providing patient education. • Assisting physicians during examinations. • Assisting with minor surgeries. • Coordinating patient care information. • Collecting and processing specimens. • Performing diagnostic tests. • Following-up patient test results. • Preparing and administering medications as directed by physician. Sample of Administrative Duties: • Schedule, coordinate, and monitor appointments. • Schedule inpatient and outpatient admissions and procedures. • Submit accurate claims for obtaining reimbursement. • Complete various financial practices: managing accounts receivable, accounts payable, bookkeeping, and coding. • Communicate with patients, physicians, and co-workers.

Career Directions: Physician’s Office - General Practice & Specialized Practices, Hospitals & Clinics, Manager or an Assistant in a Medical Environment, Outpatient Facility, Certified Medical Assistant

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Technical & Basic Requirements: 73 Credit Hours BU120 Introduction to Business/3 HIT203 Coding I/5 HIT208 Coding II/5 KY146 Keyboarding I/5 MO133 Administrative Skills for the Medical Assistant/3 MO134 Human Anatomy, Pathophysiology, and Terminology I/3 MO139 Basic Pharmacology/3 MO142 Human Anatomy, Pathophysiology and Terminology II/3 MO145 Human Anatomy, Pathophysiology and Terminology III /3 MO152 Medical Accounting Software/3 MO156 Clinical I/5 MO157 Understanding Health Insurance/3 MO230 Medical Law and Ethics/3 MO235 Clinical II/5 MO244 Advanced Pharmacology/5 MO250 Human Anatomy, Pathophysiology and Terminology IV/3 MO258 Healthcare in the Community/3 MO288 Medical Assisting Externship I/2 MO291 Medical Assisting Externship II/2 MO292 Medical Capstone/3 WP138 Introduction to Word Processing Applications/3 General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours 18-Month Medical Assistant Associate Degree Average Income: *$30,590 CMA EXAM FEE COVERED BY UNOH Students in the Medical Assiting program are required to undergo a criminal background check and provide proof of certain required immunizations prior to entering the externship phase of the program.

*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics


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M E DI C A L O F F I C E MA NA GE ME NT

Medical Office Management is needed in business today. This provides instruction in many aspects of the medical field, including the use of microcomputers with document processing and medical office software and an introduction to billing and coding. Office Managers are a key position in every organization and are responsible for a variety of administrative and clerical duties necessary to run these organizations efficiently.

Career Directions: Medicare Consulting, Medical Biller, Medical Records, Insurance Coder

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Technical & Basic Requirements: 69 Credit Hours BU109 Customer Service/3 DP117 Database Applications/3 DP150 Spreadsheet Applications/3 KY146 Keyboarding I/5 KY147 Keyboarding II/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 MO120 Medical Terminology I/3 MO138 Medical Terminology II/3 MO148 Medical Terminology III/3 MO152 Medical Accounting Software/3 MO157 Understanding Health Insurance/3 MO230 Medical Law and Ethics/3 MO283 CPT Coding/3 MO284 ICD Coding/5 OP140 Medical Machine Transcription I/5 OP149 Records Management/3 OP276 Office Procedures/5 OP292 Office Technology Capstone/3 WP138 Introduction to Word Processing Applications/3 General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 4 Credit Hours 18-Month Medical Office Management Associate Degree Average Income: *$28,670

OFFICE MAN AGEMEN T

In today’s workplace, the reliance on advanced technology continues to increase, causing the role of the office professional to greatly expand. Employers are seeking trained personnel with college degrees to fill their staff positions. The University of Northwestern Ohio’s Office Technology Department has been setting the standard for education since 1920. Our Office Technology programs are unique because half of the curriculum is devoted to understanding software applications, which maximize efficiency and productivity. Office Managers are a key position in every organization and are responsible for a variety of administrative and clerical duties necessary to run these organizations efficiently. The associate degree program in Office Management provides instruction in all phases of the office career. Our curriculum prepares students for the following duties and roles: • Acting as an information and communication manager • Planning and scheduling meetings and appointments • Organizing and maintaining paper electronic files • Managing projects • Conducting research • Disseminating information • Managing technology

Career Directions: Any Business Office, Corporations, Government Offices, Non-Profit Organizations

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 73 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 AC130 Introduction to Accounting Software/3 BU109 Customer Service/3 DP117 Database Applications/3 DP150 Spreadsheet Applications/3 DP155 Developing Business Presentations/5 DP210 Advanced Spreadsheet Applications/3 KY146 Keyboarding I/5 KY147 Keyboarding II/5 KY250 Keyboarding III/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 OP135 Machine Transcription I/3 OP149 Records Management/3 OP235 Machine Transcription II/3 OP276 Office Procedures/5 OP292 Office Technology Capstone/3 WP138 Introduction to Word Processing Applications/3 WP267 Advanced Word Processing Applications/3 WP277 Document Design/5 General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours 18-Month Office Management Associate Degree Average Income: *$27,360

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*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics


S P OR T M A R K ET I NG AN D M A N A G EME NT

The Sport Marketing and Management program provides students an opportunity to combine marketing and management fundamentals with the sport and recreation industry while preparing students to become welltrained business professionals. Entry-level sport management positions are available in such areas as sales, communications, event marketing and management, account management, community relations, game operations, promotions, and Internet marketing. After gaining experience, employees can gradually move on to become directors, vice presidents, general managers, and even presidents and CEOs. While the field of sport management has evolved rapidly, this growth and development has been accompanied by a high degree of competitiveness for available positions.

Career Directions: Professional Sports/Amateur Sports and Sports Agencies, Community Relations, Finance and Accounting, Marketing, Media Relations, Sales (Tickets, suites, advertising, sponsorships...), League Offices, Player Union Offices, Player Representation, Event Management

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 62 Credit Hours AC114 Accounting I/5 BU240 International Business I/5 DP150 Spreadsheet Applications/3 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 MT245 Integrated Marketing Communications/5 SM130 Principles of Sport Management/5 SM150 Sport in Society/3 SM170 Managing Fitness Concepts/3 SM190 Sport Marketing/5 SM230 Facility and Event Management/3 SM240 History of Sport in the United States/3 SM250 Sport Law/5 SM289 Sport Internship I/1 SM290 Sport Internship II/3 SM292 Sport Capstone/3

BACHELOR DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 93 Credit Hours AC114 Accouting I/5 BU240 International Business I/5 BU320 Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions/5 FI210 Principles of Finance/5 MA121 Principles of Management/5 MA322 Organizational Behavior/5 MA447 Global Management Issues/5 MT353 Services Marketing/3 SM130 Principles of Sport Management/5 SM150 Sport in Society/3 SM170 Managing Fitness Concepts/3 SM190 Sport Marketing/5 SM230 Facility and Event Management/3 SM240 History of Sport in the United States/3 SM250 Sport Law/5 SM300 Sport Communications/5 SM320 Sport Promotion/5 SM380 Psychology of Sport/3 SM400 Special Topics in Sport/3 SM450 Sport and Public Policy/5 SM488 Sport Internship I/1 SM489 Sport Internship II/3 SM490 Sport Capstone/5 General Education Requirements: 69 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 9 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 9 Credit Hours Sport Marketing and Management Bachelor Degree Average Income: *$39,970 - $121,000+

General Education Requirements: 37 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 6 Credit Hours Sport Marketing and Management Associate Degree Average Income: *$38,570 - $64,880

*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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S P E C I A L I Z ED ST UDI E S

The Specialized Studies degrees are designed to provide flexibility for students at the associate and the baccalaureate levels. A student who chooses the associate degree in specialized studies will select two undergraduate majors and complete all general education courses and related areas. For example, a student who is interested in the business component of the travel industry may want to take 30 hours required by the Business Administration department and 30 hours selected by the Travel and Hotel Management department. These 60 hours, combined with the required general education and elective hours, would satisfy the requirements for the associate degree in Specialized Studies. Similarly, the B.S. in Specialized Studies allows a student with an earned associate degree in one major to complete the last two years of a bachelor degree. For example, a student with an associate’s degree in automotive technology, or agribusiness management, could complete the last two years of the B.S. in Specialized Studies with the Business Administration concentration. Or a student with an associate’s degree with documented employment in the Healthcare arena for 3 years or more can complete a baccalaureate degree in Specialized Studies with a concentration in Healthcare Administration under option 2.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required: Technical & Basic Requirements: 60 Credit Hours Students will choose two majors consisting of at least 30 hours each. General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours CO179 Introduction to Human Communication/3 EN180 Composition I/5 EN200 Composition II/5 MH169 Business Math/5 OR MH190 Algebra/5

OPTION 1

Technical & Basic Requirements: 46 Credit Hours BU304 Management Essentials for Specialized Studies/5 BU305 Economics & Finance for Specialized Studies/5 BU320 Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions/5 BU490 Business Capstone/3 EC325 Economics in Today’s Society/3 FI420 Corporate Finance/5 MA322 Organizational Behavior/5 MA340 Leadership/5 MA447 Global Management Issues/5 MA475 Strategic Management & Business Policy/5 Practicum Options: 6 Credit Hours General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 6 Credit Hours

OPTION 2

Technical & Basic Requirements: 47 Credit Hours BU304 Management Essentials for Specialized Studies/5 BU305 Economics & Finance for Specialized Studies/5 HC305 Healthcare Management/5 HC310 Healthcare Law/3 HC315 Quality Metrics in Healthcare/3 HC325 Public Health & Epidemiology/3 HC415 Health Information Technology/5 HC467 Healthcare Finance & Accounting/5 HC472 Healthcare Economics/5 HC490 Healthcare Capstone/3 MA322 Organizational Behavior/5 General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours Technical and Basic Electives: 5 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 6 Credit Hours

General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 13 Credit Hours

BACHELOR DEGREE

• A freshman must have an active associate’s degree program in addition to the Specialized Studies baccalaureate program. • A student transferring into the program with a completed associate degree from UNOH or another regionally accredited college or university will be admitted to Option 1 or Option 2. Students will complete 90 credit hours at the upper level to meet the requirements for this program. • Associate degrees from accredited institutions in majors other than Business Administration or an allied healthcare field make students eligible for the baccalaureate degree in Specialized Studies. The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required: Junior- and Senior-Level Courses: 90 Credit Hours Students will choose one of the upper level options to complete the degree.

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*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics


TRAVEL & H O T EL MA NA GE ME NT

Imagine yourself on a Caribbean cruise, a requirement of our Travel and Hotel Management students, which prepares them to serve future clients successfully in the travel industry. At the University of Northwestern Ohio, students are also given opportunities to travel internationally, while earning college credit. All students in the Travel & Hotel Management Program will experience first-hand the number one vacation product - A LUXURY CRUISE! (Most of the cost is covered by your lab fees, so all you need is personal spending money). Our International Travel class also exposes students to the many aspects of international travel and different cultures. The travel industry has changed dramatically in recent years, and while more information is available electronically, new opportunities have opened up for web-based agents working from home, specializing in cruises and tours. Meanwhile, the hospitality side of tourism continues to grow at a phenomenal rate, leaving a high demand for many exciting careers.

Career Directions: Travel Agent, Cruise and Tour Specialist, Hotel Managers, Resort Managers, Restaurant Managers, Event Planners, Cruise Line Personnel

18-MONTH ASSOCIATE DEGREE

The following is a sampling of some of the courses that will be required. Technical & Basic Requirements: 67 Credit Hours BU109 Customer Service/3 BU240 International Business I/5 BU250 International Business II/3 DP175 Software Applications/3 MA121 Principles of Management/5 TR122 Introduction to the Travel Industry/3 TR124 Cruises and Tours/3 TR130 Travel Destinations: New World/5 TR131 Travel Destinations: Old World/5 TR135 Introduction to Casino and Gaming Industry/3 TR216 Hospitality Supervision/5 TR217 Event Planning/5 TR221 Hotel and Motel Operations/5 TR222 Restaurant Management/3 TR224 Hospitality Sales and Marketing/5 TR225 Resort Management/3 TR292 Travel Capstone/3 General Education Requirements: 32 Credit Hours General Education Electives: 3 Credit Hours Specialized Electives: 6 Credit Hours 12-Month Travel & Hospitality Diploma (cruise not required) 18-Month Travel & Hotel Management Associate Degree (cruise required) Average Income: *$26,000 - $89,000+

*Income Ranges: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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MASTER C O U R S E S C HE DULE 2 0 1 7 -2018 SUBJECT

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Accounting I

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AC115

Accounting II

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AC117

Personal Taxes

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AC118

Accounting III

3

AC115

AC122

Payroll Accounting

3

AC114

AC130

Introduction to Accounting Software

3

AC114

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AC202

Managerial Accounting

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AC118

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AC221

Intermediate Accounting I

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AC118

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AC222

Intermediate Accounting II

5

AC221

T V

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AC223

Intermediate Accounting III

3

AC222

T V

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AC222 Co-requisite (AC222 must be either completed or taken with AC225.)

T V

AC225

Survey of Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting

AC114 E

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AC292

Accounting Capstone (Associate’s Degree)

3

CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: TAKE AFTER (AC) COURSES ARE COMPLETED CAN BE TAKEN AT SAME TIME AS AC223 & AC225 SEE ROTATION SHEETS.

AC301

Cost Accounting I

5

AC202

AC302

Cost Accounting II

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AC301

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AC310

Business Taxes

5

AC117 AC222

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AC315

Lean Accounting Note: AC301 + AC302 = AC315

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AC202

AC321

Corporate Governance

3

AC222

AC375

Accounting Professional Ethics

3

JUNIOR STANDING

AC405

Accounting Information Systems

5

AC222

AC411

A Survey of Auditing

3

AC222

AC412

Auditing for Fraud

3

AC411 Co-requisite

AC413

Auditing for Compliance

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AC412

AC435

Advanced Accounting I

5

AC222

AC436

Advanced Accounting II

5

AC435

AC440

Financial Statement Analysis

5

AC222

AC445

Governmental & Not-For-Profit Organizations

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AC222

AC452

CPA Review—Fin. Acctg. & Reporting

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AC436

AC453

CPA Review—Business Environment & Concepts

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AC436

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AC454

CPA Review—Regulations

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AC436

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AC455

CPA Review—Auditing & Attestation

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AC413 and AC436

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CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: ACCOUNTING: TAKE AFTER ALL (AC) COURSES ARE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT THE SAME TIME AS AC412. ACCOUNTING CPA TRACK: TAKE AFTER ALL (AC) COURSES ARE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT SAME TIME AS AC455. FORENSIC ACCTG: TAKE AFTER ALL (AC) & (FA) COURSES ARE COMPLETED. SEE ROTATION SHEETS.

AC490

Accounting Capstone (Bachelor’s Degree)

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AG106

Agribusiness Fundamentals

3

AG116

Agricultural Technology

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AG130

Agriculture Law

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AG135

Sustainable Agriculture

3

AG145

Agriculture Sales

5

AG208

Agricultural Economics

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AG209

Agricultural Marketing

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AG106

AG210

Agronomy

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AG106

AG211

Animal Science

5

AG106

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AG230

Agronomy II

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AG210

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CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: TAKE AFTER ALL (AG) COURSES ARE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT SAME TIME AS FI210. SEE ROTATION SHEET.

AG292 AG300 AG310 AG315 AG400 AG405 AG406 AM300 AM310 AM311 AM312

Agribusiness Capstone

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AG106

T V

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1) Courses offered each quarter and prerequisites are subject to change. Agribusiness Strategies and Management

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Junior Standing

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2) Courses mayEntrepreneurship, not always beFinance available for students who are5out of Junior sequence in their rotation, especially students who start in quartersVother than fall quarter. Agribusiness & Marketing Standing 3) Courses willAgribusiness be offeredSelling according to availability of faculty and priority classes needed. Professional 5 Junior of Standing

4) VC Only indicates Also, some courses may not be offered in Virtual College format during the year. Agricultural Policy courses offered only in Virtual College format. 5 Senior Standing

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Agricultural Price Analysis 3 special Senior Standing granted for graduating students. 5) Courses will only be offered with sufficient enrollment or by permission

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Special Agribusiness 3 Senior being Standing V 6) See theProblems current in quarter’s scheduling materials for the Elective courses offered. One page is dedicated to listing Practicum and General Education electives. Survey of the Automotive Industry (ATS-BS)

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Automotive Aftermarket. & Retailing

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AM412

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AG106

Agribusiness Fundamentals

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AG116

Agricultural Technology

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AG130

Agriculture Law

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AG135

Sustainable Agriculture

AG145

Agriculture Sales

AG208

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AG209

Agricultural Marketing

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AG106

Agronomy

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AG210 SUBJECT AG211

Animal Science

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CREDITS

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Agronomy AccountingIII

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AG210

AC115

Accounting II

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AG292 AC117

Agribusiness Capstone Personal Taxes

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AC118 AG300 AC122 AG310 AC130 AG315 AC202 AG400 AC221 AG405 AC222 AG406 AC223 AM300 AC225 AM310

Accounting III Agribusiness Strategies and Management Payroll Accounting Agribusiness Entrepreneurship, Finance & Marketing Introduction to Accounting Software Professional Agribusiness Selling Managerial Accounting Agricultural Policy Intermediate Accounting I Agricultural Price Analysis Intermediate Accounting II Special Problems in Agribusiness Intermediate Accounting III Survey of the Automotive Industry (ATS-BS) Survey of Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting Automotive Dealerships

3 5 3 5 3 5 5 5 5 3 5 3 3 5 3 3

CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: AC114 TAKE AFTER ALL (AG) COURSES ARE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT SAME TIME AS FI210. SEE ROTATION SHEET. AC115

AM311 AC292 AM312

Automotive Capstone Aftermarket & Manufacturing Accounting (Associate’sAftermarket. Degree) Automotive & Retailing

3 3 3

AM350 AC301 AM400 AC302 AM412 AC310 AM413 AC315 AM420

Supervision in the Automotive Industry (ATS-BS) Cost Accounting I Automotive Customer Relations (ATS-BS) Cost Accounting II Parts & Service Merchandising Business Taxes Automotive Jobber/Wholesaler Aftermarket Lean Accounting Note: AC301Entrepreneurship + AC302 = AC315 Automotive

5 5 5 5 3 5 3 5 5

AC321 AM430 AC375 AM450 AC405

Corporate Governance Safety, Legal and Env. Issues in the Automotive Industry (ATSBS) Accounting Professional Ethics Marketing in the Automotive Industry (ATS-BS) Accounting Information Systems

3 5 3 5 5

AC411 AM490 AC412

A Survey of Technology Auditing Automotive Supervision Capstone BS) Auditing for Fraud

3 3 3

AC413 AR305 AC435 BU109 AC436 BU115 AC440 BU120 AC445 BU220 AC452 BU230 AC453 BU240 AC454 BU250 AC455

Auditing for Compliance Composing your Life Advanced Accounting I Customer Service Advanced Accounting II Contract Law Financial Statement Analysis Introduction to Business Governmental & Not-For-Profit Organizations Managerial Accounting For Business CPA Review—Fin. Acctg. & Reporting Current Topics In Business CPA Review—Business Environment & Concepts International Business I CPA Review—Regulations International Business II CPA Review—Auditing & Attestation

5 3 5 3 5 5 5 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 3 3 3

BU292

Business Capstone (Associate's degree)

3

(ATS-

Junior Standing AC114 Junior Standing AC114 Junior Standing AC118 Senior Standing AC118 Senior Standing AC221 Senior Standing AC222

AC202 AM350 AC301 AM312 AC117 AC222 AM312 AC202 Senior Standing AC222 EN410 or BU330 JUNIOR STANDING EN410 or BU330 AC222

CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: AC222 TAKE AFTER ALL (AM) COURSES ARE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT THE SAME TIME AS AM400. AC411 Co-requisite SEE ROTATION SHEET.

AC222 AC222 AC114 AC436 AC436 MA121 AND [ MT150 OR SM190 OR TR224] AC436 BU240 AC413 and AC436

CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: TAKE AT THE END OF THE PROGRAM. TAKE AFTER ALLMUST (AC) COURSES ARE ACCOUNTING: BU220 BU240 EC235 FI210 MT225 BE COMPLETED. COMPLETED. BE TAKEN AT THE TIME AS AC412. CAN BE TAKENCAN AT THE SAME TIME ASSAME BU230. ACCOUNTING CPA TRACK: TAKE AFTER ALL (AC) SEE ROTATION SHEET. COURSES ARE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT SAME Junior Standing TIME AS AC455. ATS-BS, HC-BS and SP-BU-BS majors only FORENSIC ACCTG: TAKE AFTER ALL (AC) & (FA) COURSES ARE COMPLETED. Junior Standing SEE ROTATION SHEETS.

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AG209 BU490

Agricultural Marketing(Bachelor's degree) Business Capstone

5 3

AG210

Agronomy

5

AG211

Animal Science

5

AG230 CJ200

Agronomy II Criminal Law For Non-Legal Majors

5 3

CO179 AG292 CO445

Introduction to Human Communication Agribusiness Capstone Group Dynamics

3 3 3

DF100 AG300

Intro to DigitalStrategies Forensicsand Management Agribusiness

3 5

DF110 AG310

White Collar Crime Agribusiness Entrepreneurship, Finance & Marketing

3 5

DF100Standing AND BU115 Junior

DF120 AG315

Analysis of Digital Media Selling Professional Agribusiness

5 5

DF100Standing Junior

DF130 AG400

Intrusion Detection Agricultural Policy & Prevention

5 5

DF120 Standing Senior

DF200 AG405

Cyber CrimePrice Analysis Agricultural

3 3

DF120 Standing Senior

DF210 AG406

Advanced Digital Forensics Special Problems in Agribusiness

5 3

DF120 Standing AND BU115 Senior

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DF220 AM300

Digital Forensics & Incident Response Survey of the Automotive Industry (ATS-BS)

3 5

DF200

T

DF230 AM310

Mobile Device Forensics Automotive Dealerships

3 3

DF200Standing Junior

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DF240 AM311

Search & Seizure of Digital Evidence Automotive Aftermarket & Manufacturing

3 3

DF200 AND CJ200 AM310

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DF250 AM312

Advanced Topics in Digital Forensics Automotive Aftermarket. & Retailing

5 3

DF210 AM311

DF260 AM350

Network Forensics Supervision in the Automotive Industry (ATS-BS)

3 5

DF220

AM400 DF292 AM412

Automotive Customer Relations (ATS-BS) Digital Forensics Capstone Parts & Service Merchandising

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CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: AM350 TAKE ALL REQUIRED (DF) (IT) COURSES FIRST. AM312 SEE ROTATION SHEET.

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AG210 BU115

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Agricultural Economics

CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: TAKE AFTER ALL (AG) COURSES ARE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT SAME TIME AS FI210. CO179 AND EN200 SEE ROTATION SHEET.

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CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: TAKE AT THE END OF THE PROGRAM. SEE ROTATION SHEET. AG106 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: BU320 MA322 MA340 MA416 AG106 MUST BE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT THE SAME TIME AS MA475. AG106 SPECIALIZED STUDIES: MA416 IS NOT REQUIRED IN THE AG106 PROGRAM. BU320 MA322 MA340 MUST BE COMPLETED. CAN BE TAKEN AT THE SAME TIME AS MA475.

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HC-BS and SP-BU-BS majors only Junior standing AG106 Junior standing

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Agriculture Sales

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AG145

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AG106 BU320 AG116 BU325 AG130 BU330 AG135

3 5

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AC412 EN200 Humanities or General Ed Elective AC222 AC435

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2017 FAL

AC222 Co-requisite (AC222Standing must be either completed or taken with AC225.) Junior

CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: AM310 TAKE AFTER (AC) COURSES ARE COMPLETED CAN BE TAKEN AT SAME TIME AS AC223 & AC225 AM311 SEE ROTATION SHEETS.

2018 WIN

2017 T V SUM

Accounting Capstone Management Essentials for Specialized Studies (Bachelor’s Degree) *Restricted course. Email advisor@unoh.edu to register for this course. Economics and Finance for Specialized Studies *Restricted course. Email advisor@unoh.edu to register for this course. Agribusiness Fundamentals Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions Agricultural Technology Legal Issues in Commercial Transactions Agriculture Law Business Communication Sustainable Agriculture

BU305

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CO445

Group Dynamics

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DF100

Intro to Digital Forensics

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White Collar Crime

3

DF100 AND BU115

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Analysis of Digital Media

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DF100

T

DF130

Intrusion Detection & Prevention

DF200

Cyber Crime

3

DF120

DF210

Advanced Digital Forensics

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DF120 AND BU115

3

DF200

3

DF200

DF220 SUBJECT DF230

CO179 AND EN200

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M AS T E R C OU5 RSE SCH E DU L E 2017-2018 DF120

Digital Forensics & Incident Response COURSE NAME Mobile Device Forensics

CREDITS

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PREREQUISITES

DF240 AC114

Search & Seizure of Digital Evidence Accounting I

3 5

DF200 AND CJ200

DF250 AC115

Advanced Topics in Digital Forensics Accounting II

5

DF210 AC114

DF260 AC117

Network Forensics Personal Taxes

3 5

DF220

AC118 DF292 AC122

Accounting III Digital Forensics Capstone Payroll Accounting

3 3 3

CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE: AC115 TAKE ALL REQUIRED (DF) (IT) COURSES FIRST. AC114 SEE ROTATION SHEET.

AC130 DM118

Introduction to Fundamentals Accounting Software Digital Design

3

AC114

AC202 DM121

Managerial Web Media Accounting Design Concepts

5 3

AC221 DM122

Intermediate I Digital StudioAccounting Fundamentals

5 3

AC222 DM125

Intermediate Accounting Digital Graphic Imaging II

AC223 DM130 DM180 AC225

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Intermediate Accounting III Applied 3-D Modeling Concepts

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AC222 DM122

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Applied Digital Drawing and Not-For-Profit Accounting Survey of Governmental

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DM190

Interactive Media Presentation

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DM210 AC292 DM215

Accounting Capstone Media Presentation Advanced Interactive (Associate’s Degree) Advanced Web Media Design Concepts

AC222 DM118 Co-requisite (AC222 must be either completed or taken with AC225.) DM180 CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE:

5 3 5

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AC301 DM223

Applied Digital Video Editing Cost Accounting I (formerly DM225-3 credits) Cost Accounting II Advanced Digital Video Editing Business AdvancedTaxes Digital Graphic Imaging

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5

AC202 AND DM190 DM122

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Digital Multimedia Capstone Accounting Professional Ethics

3 3

AC301 DM223 OR DM225 AC117 AC222 DM125 AC202 DM130 AC222 CAPSTONE READINESS GUIDELINE:

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Cost Accounting II Advanced Server Business Taxes Emerging Trends in Computing Lean Accounting

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The University of Northwestern Ohio admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, gender identity, age, and sexual orientation to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities The University of Northwestern Ohio may deny admission to any applicant for any reason not prohibited by law, including conviction of a crime or the fact that the applicant has been generally accorded or made available to students at the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, subject to discipline at another academic institution. admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. The University of Northwestern Ohio may deny admission to any applicant for any reason not prohibited by law, including conviction of a crime or the fact that the applicant has been subject to discipline at another academic institution.


PROGRAM OF STUDIES GRADUATE COLLEGE

MASTER’S DEGREE 80

Master of Business Administration

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS

ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS

53 59

60

52 81

82 83

Accounting (4-year track) Accounting CPA (5-year track) Business Administration Business Administration One-Night-A-Week

1 3 4

Forensic Accounting Marketing

Accounting Business Administration Business Administration One-Night-a-Week Marketing

Business Administration Concentration In: 56 Agribusiness Management 57 55

COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS

BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS 54

73

Automotive Management Marketing

Healthcare Administration (2+2)

ND

Undeclared Major

Non-Degree Seeking

ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS 17 32 20

Health Information Technology Medical Assistant Technology Medical Office Management

COLLEGE OF OCCUPATIONAL PROFESSIONS

BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS 61 74 97

Specialized Studies Specialized Studies One-Night-A-Week Sport Marketing & Management

ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS 45 69 65 66 75 35 9 62 16 67

Accredited By The Higher Learning Comission 30 North LaSalle Street - Suite 2400 Chicago, IL 60602 (312) 263-0456 Autorized by Ohio Department of Higher Education

Agribusiness Marketing/Management Technology IT- Digital Forensics IT - Digital Multimedia Design IT - System Administration IT - Network Security Legal Assisting Office Management Specialized Studies Sport Marketing & Management Travel & Hotel Management

The following business programs at the University of Northwestern Ohio are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Pograms (ACSP): Business Administration with concentrations in Agribusiness Management, Automotive Management/ Automotive Aftermarket, and Marketing (BS); Master of Business Administration (MBA); and Business Administration (AAB).

The Associate Degree, Health Information Technology Program at UNOH is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

The Medical Assisting program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB). Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Pograms 1361 Park Street Clearwater, FL 33756 (727) 210-2350

UNOH maintains a policy of zero tolerance for sexual misconduct regardless of the gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, results of genetic testing, race, color, marital status, ethnicity, religion, creed, ancestry, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, service in the military, or other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws, of the individuals engaging in sexual activity or other conduct addressed in this Policy. Zero tolerance means the University will respond to all unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature and will impose serious sanctions on anyone who violates this Policy. The University’s response is intended to end harassing or discriminatory conduct, prevent its recurrence, and remedy the effects on the complainant and the community to the extent possible. Title IX inquiries can be made to titleix@unoh.edu. This viewbook is for information only, and as such, does not constitute a contract and is subject to annual update.


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