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    Owens Community College
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog

Toledo-area Campus Programs


Owens Community College


Toledo-area Campus

Visiting Address
30335 Oregon Road
Perrysburg, OH 43551

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 10,000
Toledo, Ohio 43699-1947

Phone
(567) 661-7000 or

1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 7000

(1-800-466-9367, Ext. 7000)

 

Learning Centers

Workforce and Community Services

567) 661-7357

Learning Center Downtown Toledo

(567) 661-2732

Findlay-area Campus

Visiting and Mailing Address
3200 Bright Road
Findlay, OH 45840

Phone
(567) 429-3500 or
1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 3500

(1-800-466-9367, Ext. 3500)

 

 

 

 

 

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Findlay students may have to travel to the Toledo-area campus on occasion to make use of special facilities, or to take more specialized classes.   Students may also have to take some classes online or in a hybrid format to complete their program of choice.  These situations may be minimized and/or managed through proactive planning and regular interaction with the student’s advisor.

Successful completion of a program of study at the College does not guarantee licensure, certification, employment in relevant occupation, or transferability/admission to other educational institutions or programs.


Associate of Applied Business Programs (AAB)

The Associate of Applied Business degree provides students with the applied knowledge, theory and experience needed to pursue employment in specific occupational areas. While not intended for transfer, these degrees may transfer into the academic curriculum at other four-year colleges and universities. However, because course requirements vary, it is recommended that students pursuing an AAB with intent to transfer discuss goals with a representative from the desired transfer institution.

Associate of Applied Science Programs (AAS)

The Associate of Applied Science degree provides students with the applied knowledge, theory and experience needed to pursue employment in specific occupational areas. While not intended for transfer, these degrees may transfer into the academic curriculum at other four-year colleges and universities. Students who intend to transfer may find it beneficial to take additional general education courses, but because course requirements vary, it is recommended that students pursuing an AAS with intent to transfer discuss goals with a representative from the desired transfer institution.

Associate of Arts Concentrations (AA)

An Associate of Arts degree provides background in general education and is equivalent to the first two years of study toward a bachelor’s (baccalaureate) degree in the humanities, social sciences, general studies or fine arts. To provide maximum transferability of courses, the general education component of the AA degree fulfills the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) requirements.  Students who intend to transfer to a four-year college or university should contact an admissions representative from that school to assure that elective courses will transfer.

Associate of Science Concentrations (AS)

An associate of science degree provides background in general education and is equivalent to the first two years of a bachelor’s (baccalaureate) degree in the sciences, social sciences, mathematics and selected pre-professional programs.  To provide maximum transferability of courses, the general education component of the AS degree fulfills the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) requirements.  Students who intend to transfer to a four-year college or university should contact an admissions representative from that school to assure that elective courses will transfer.

Certificates

Owens Community College offers a variety of certificates designed for individuals who want to enter the job market or those who need to upgrade their skill levels. Individuals pursuing certificates receive training consistent with current and emerging market needs.

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