Resources for Business

Browse Degree & Certificate Programs

Below are some of the UC credit and degree courses that are designed to facilitate the education of working professionals.  Not able to make it to campus?  Check out our distance learning options.

Criminal Justice

Master of Science – Criminal Justice

Serves professional adults who are interested in earning a degree in criminal justice through distance learning programs.

    Contact:
    College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services  (CECH)
    513-556-2335

Bachelor of Science – Substance Abuse Counseling

Serves professional adults who are interested in earning a degree in substance abuse counseling through distance learning programs.

Contact:
College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH)
513-556-2335

 

 

Educational Services
  

Child and Family Research and Education Center

Serves the early childhood education community by providing seminars, workshops, college coursework, in-service training, summer institutes, CDA classes, conferences, guest speakers and consultation.

    Contact:
    Victoria Carr, Assistant Professor and Director, Arlitt Child & Family             Research and Education Center
    513-556-3803

Master of Education

Serves professional adults who are interested in earning a post-graduate degree in education. Distance learning programs include Educational Leadership and Curriculum & Instruction.

    Contact:
    College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH)
    513-556-2335

Master of Arts in Human Resources

Serves anyone interested in pursuing higher education in a professional Human Resources field. The program is designed to facilitate the education of working professionals by offering classes primarily during evenings and weekends. Two degree tracks are available depending on the amount of experience one has within the workforce.

    Contact:
    Donna Chrobot-Mason , Graduate Director, Center for Organizational         Leadership
    513-556-2670

Distance Learning Education Degrees

Serves professional adults who are interested in earning a degree in education by providing distance learning programs in Early Childhood Care & Education (Associates) and Early Childhood Education (BS).

    Contact:
    College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services  (CECH)
    513-556-2335