The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is considered as Ohio’s premier urban research university. The National Science Foundation ranks it as one of America’s top 25 public research universities and US News considers the University as one of 15 “up and coming” universities.
The University of Cincinnati offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate level degrees through its main campus in Cincinnati. Over 300 programs of study can be completed on campus whilst a select few are offered online. UC’s online courses include two online Associate’s degrees, six online Bachelor’s degrees, and seven online Master’s degrees (with several tracks for the Master in Nursing). A comprehensive list of available online degree programs can be viewed through the University of Cincinnati website.
Tuition fees for online-degrees are not readily available however, a detailed fee schedule can be downloaded from the University of Cincinnati website. Alternatively, an estimate can be requested from a University of Cincinnati Admissions Representative. Financial assistance in the form of federal grants, loans, scholarships are in place and are available to eligible students. Queries relating to financial aid eligibility requirements, as well as admission procedures, as admission requirements vary depending on the level of the online-degree program chosen, can be brought up with the Admissions Representative.
The University of Cincinnati and its distance learning arm are accredited to grant degrees by the Higher Learning Commission. In addition to regional accreditation, the curriculum of most of the University’s programs are accredited or recognized by their corresponding professional accrediting agencies.