New University Partnership Programs at LCCC Increasing Opportunities for Students

Nine new bachelor’s degrees are now available through Lorain County Community College and its University Partnership. These programs join the more than 40 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs already available through LCCC’s University Partnership, providing Lorain County residents even more opportunities to earn a degree.

New programs are:

{mosimage}Bowling Green State University / Bachelor of Arts in Communication / Major: Telecommunications

  • Electronic media, such as radio, television and the Internet, are playing an increasingly important role in today’s world. News and information are relayed with greater speed than ever before, allowing for closer contact between nations and people. This program is designed to produce well-rounded graduates to be future decision-makers in the electronic media and allied professions.

 

 

Bowling Green State University / Bachelor of Arts in Communication / Major: Telecommunications

  • Electronic media, such as radio, television and the Internet, are playing an increasingly important role in today’s world. News and information are relayed with greater speed than ever before, allowing for closer contact between nations and people. This program is designed to produce well-rounded graduates to be future decision-makers in the electronic media and allied professions.

{mosimage}Cleveland State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Spanish

  • Did you know that there are over 452 million people in the world who speak Spanish? Graduates of this program often work as translators or interpreters, in social service agencies, or in governmental agencies specializing in foreign relations. Many students will become teachers at the secondary or university level.

John Carroll University / Master of Arts / Major: Clinical Mental Health Counseling

  • The degree is designed to meet the current academic requirements of the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage Family Therapist Board for the licenses of Professional Counselor (PC) and Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC).Courses in this program are offered primarily in the evening and on weekends to accommodate students who work during the day.

Kent State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Paralegal Studies

  • Approved by the American Bar Association, this program is designed to educate prospective paralegals in all areas of law. The programs focus on developing the critical reasoning, analytical skills and legal knowledge essential to succeed in today’s paralegal and law-related occupations. A Post-Baccalaureate option is also available for those who already have a four-year degree.

Ohio State University – Mansfield / Master of Social Work

  • Social work opportunities are expected to grow by 25 percent. This nationally recognized program features evening and weekend courses and internships close to home. The curriculum ensures that graduates have the competencies and skills needed to successfully practice in a variety of fields such as health, aging, mental health, substance abuse and child and youth services.

University of Toledo / Bachelor of Business Administration / Major: Entrepreneurship

  • The Entrepreneurship major pursues several key disciplines, including finance, management, communications, human resources, ethics and critical thinking. Graduates will be prepared to begin implementing their own business idea, acquire a franchise, or work for an established company seeking creative people to develop and manage new products.

University of Toledo / Bachelor of Business Administration / Double Major: Information Systems and Supply Chain Management

  • Quick and accurate delivery of information is the key to any successful business.  Information Systems provide students with the managerial and technical skills required to enter the challenging and dynamic field of computers and information systems. Supply chain is a complementary area that provides students with skills in purchasing, operations and logistics while gaining an appreciation and understanding of how decisions made in one area can affect activities in other areas and customer satisfaction.

Youngstown State University / Associate of Applied Science / Major: Dietetics

  • Graduates of this program are qualified to work as technicians under the supervision of a registered dietitian (R.D.) in nutrition services departments of hospitals and nursing homes, and are also employable in commercial foodservice systems. Dietetics is an exciting career where  the "food and nutrition expert" can make a real difference in people’s lives.

Youngstown State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Gerontology 

  • Did you know that there are over 34 million Americans over the age of 65? This growing population translates into the need for more professionals educated in the field of gerontology. The field of aging provides diverse occupational opportunities in health professions, non-profit organizations, recreation and leisure, for profit businesses, education, research, government, and service providers.

For more information on any of these new or existing bachelor’s and master’s degrees available through the University Partnership, visit www.lorainccc.edu/up or call 440-366-4949.

New University Partnership Programs at LCCC Increasing Opportunities for Students

Nine new bachelor’s degrees are now available through Lorain County Community College and its University Partnership. These programs join the more than 40 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs already available through LCCC’s University Partnership, providing Lorain County residents even more opportunities to earn a degree.

New programs are:

{mosimage}Bowling Green State University / Bachelor of Arts in Communication / Major: Telecommunications

  • Electronic media, such as radio, television and the Internet, are playing an increasingly important role in today’s world. News and information are relayed with greater speed than ever before, allowing for closer contact between nations and people. This program is designed to produce well-rounded graduates to be future decision-makers in the electronic media and allied professions.

 

 

Bowling Green State University / Bachelor of Arts in Communication / Major: Telecommunications

  • Electronic media, such as radio, television and the Internet, are playing an increasingly important role in today’s world. News and information are relayed with greater speed than ever before, allowing for closer contact between nations and people. This program is designed to produce well-rounded graduates to be future decision-makers in the electronic media and allied professions.

{mosimage}Cleveland State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Spanish

  • Did you know that there are over 452 million people in the world who speak Spanish? Graduates of this program often work as translators or interpreters, in social service agencies, or in governmental agencies specializing in foreign relations. Many students will become teachers at the secondary or university level.

John Carroll University / Master of Arts / Major: Clinical Mental Health Counseling

  • The degree is designed to meet the current academic requirements of the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage Family Therapist Board for the licenses of Professional Counselor (PC) and Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC).Courses in this program are offered primarily in the evening and on weekends to accommodate students who work during the day.

Kent State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Paralegal Studies

  • Approved by the American Bar Association, this program is designed to educate prospective paralegals in all areas of law. The programs focus on developing the critical reasoning, analytical skills and legal knowledge essential to succeed in today’s paralegal and law-related occupations. A Post-Baccalaureate option is also available for those who already have a four-year degree.

Ohio State University – Mansfield / Master of Social Work

  • Social work opportunities are expected to grow by 25 percent. This nationally recognized program features evening and weekend courses and internships close to home. The curriculum ensures that graduates have the competencies and skills needed to successfully practice in a variety of fields such as health, aging, mental health, substance abuse and child and youth services.

University of Toledo / Bachelor of Business Administration / Major: Entrepreneurship

  • The Entrepreneurship major pursues several key disciplines, including finance, management, communications, human resources, ethics and critical thinking. Graduates will be prepared to begin implementing their own business idea, acquire a franchise, or work for an established company seeking creative people to develop and manage new products.

University of Toledo / Bachelor of Business Administration / Double Major: Information Systems and Supply Chain Management

  • Quick and accurate delivery of information is the key to any successful business.  Information Systems provide students with the managerial and technical skills required to enter the challenging and dynamic field of computers and information systems. Supply chain is a complementary area that provides students with skills in purchasing, operations and logistics while gaining an appreciation and understanding of how decisions made in one area can affect activities in other areas and customer satisfaction.

Youngstown State University / Associate of Applied Science / Major: Dietetics

  • Graduates of this program are qualified to work as technicians under the supervision of a registered dietitian (R.D.) in nutrition services departments of hospitals and nursing homes, and are also employable in commercial foodservice systems. Dietetics is an exciting career where  the "food and nutrition expert" can make a real difference in people’s lives.

Youngstown State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Gerontology 

  • Did you know that there are over 34 million Americans over the age of 65? This growing population translates into the need for more professionals educated in the field of gerontology. The field of aging provides diverse occupational opportunities in health professions, non-profit organizations, recreation and leisure, for profit businesses, education, research, government, and service providers.

For more information on any of these new or existing bachelor’s and master’s degrees available through the University Partnership, visit www.lorainccc.edu/up or call 440-366-4949.

New University Partnership Programs at LCCC Increasing Opportunities for Students

Nine new bachelor’s degrees are now available through Lorain County Community College and its University Partnership. These programs join the more than 40 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs already available through LCCC’s University Partnership, providing Lorain County residents even more opportunities to earn a degree.

New programs are:

{mosimage}Bowling Green State University / Bachelor of Arts in Communication / Major: Telecommunications

  • Electronic media, such as radio, television and the Internet, are playing an increasingly important role in today’s world. News and information are relayed with greater speed than ever before, allowing for closer contact between nations and people. This program is designed to produce well-rounded graduates to be future decision-makers in the electronic media and allied professions.

 

 

Bowling Green State University / Bachelor of Arts in Communication / Major: Telecommunications

  • Electronic media, such as radio, television and the Internet, are playing an increasingly important role in today’s world. News and information are relayed with greater speed than ever before, allowing for closer contact between nations and people. This program is designed to produce well-rounded graduates to be future decision-makers in the electronic media and allied professions.

{mosimage}Cleveland State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Spanish

  • Did you know that there are over 452 million people in the world who speak Spanish? Graduates of this program often work as translators or interpreters, in social service agencies, or in governmental agencies specializing in foreign relations. Many students will become teachers at the secondary or university level.

John Carroll University / Master of Arts / Major: Clinical Mental Health Counseling

  • The degree is designed to meet the current academic requirements of the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage Family Therapist Board for the licenses of Professional Counselor (PC) and Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC).Courses in this program are offered primarily in the evening and on weekends to accommodate students who work during the day.

Kent State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Paralegal Studies

  • Approved by the American Bar Association, this program is designed to educate prospective paralegals in all areas of law. The programs focus on developing the critical reasoning, analytical skills and legal knowledge essential to succeed in today’s paralegal and law-related occupations. A Post-Baccalaureate option is also available for those who already have a four-year degree.

Ohio State University – Mansfield / Master of Social Work

  • Social work opportunities are expected to grow by 25 percent. This nationally recognized program features evening and weekend courses and internships close to home. The curriculum ensures that graduates have the competencies and skills needed to successfully practice in a variety of fields such as health, aging, mental health, substance abuse and child and youth services.

University of Toledo / Bachelor of Business Administration / Major: Entrepreneurship

  • The Entrepreneurship major pursues several key disciplines, including finance, management, communications, human resources, ethics and critical thinking. Graduates will be prepared to begin implementing their own business idea, acquire a franchise, or work for an established company seeking creative people to develop and manage new products.

University of Toledo / Bachelor of Business Administration / Double Major: Information Systems and Supply Chain Management

  • Quick and accurate delivery of information is the key to any successful business.  Information Systems provide students with the managerial and technical skills required to enter the challenging and dynamic field of computers and information systems. Supply chain is a complementary area that provides students with skills in purchasing, operations and logistics while gaining an appreciation and understanding of how decisions made in one area can affect activities in other areas and customer satisfaction.

Youngstown State University / Associate of Applied Science / Major: Dietetics

  • Graduates of this program are qualified to work as technicians under the supervision of a registered dietitian (R.D.) in nutrition services departments of hospitals and nursing homes, and are also employable in commercial foodservice systems. Dietetics is an exciting career where  the "food and nutrition expert" can make a real difference in people’s lives.

Youngstown State University / Bachelor of Arts / Major: Gerontology 

  • Did you know that there are over 34 million Americans over the age of 65? This growing population translates into the need for more professionals educated in the field of gerontology. The field of aging provides diverse occupational opportunities in health professions, non-profit organizations, recreation and leisure, for profit businesses, education, research, government, and service providers.

For more information on any of these new or existing bachelor’s and master’s degrees available through the University Partnership, visit www.lorainccc.edu/up or call 440-366-4949.

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