Would you like to continue your education, continue working full-time,
balancing work, home and school?
Whether you are completing your bachelor's degree, adding a teaching license or fulfilling dietetic internship requirements, we understand what it means to be a non-traditional student. We are here to support you - and to challenge you - every step of the way.
Bachelor's Degree completion programs
With classes designed specifically for working adults, Bluffton offers bachelor's degree-completion programs in organizational management, also known as BCOMP (Bluffton Cohort-based Organizational Management Program), health care management and social work. Students often choose these programs because of their one-night-a-week convenience factor. BCOMP and HCM classes are offered in Bluffton, Piqua and Archbold; and BCOMP is available in an online blended format.
Coming in 2016, for students who have completed their two-year RN degree and want to earn a bachelor's of science in nursing.
For information, contact:
Sherri S. Winegardner RN, DNP, MSN, MHA
Director of nursing/associate professor
419-359-3242 or email@example.com
Online/in-class blended business courses
Bluffton's new online blended BCOMP program provides the same curriculum leading to a degree in organizational management as our well-known classroom program, but is offered in a way that combines the flexibility of online learning with face-to-face learning.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT
Office of Adult and Graduate Studies
Evening social work course offerings are available resulting in a bachelor's degree in as few as three years.
Bluffton's Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (ISPP) dietetic internship allows qualified graduates to obtain the credentials to sit for the dietetics registration exam.
Post-baccalaureate courses leading to teaching licensure are available, as are summer courses to meet the continuing-education needs of teachers.