The Ohio State University College of Nursing is pleased to announce a special admission cycle for the autumn 2017 post-master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. This special application window will be open for a limited time, from June 1 through July 10. All application materials are due by Monday,...
Part of what distinguishes our online programs at The Ohio State University is our focus on faculty. The exceptional instructors who teach our online courses are also teaching in classrooms across campus. These educators are passionate about students and invested in your educational experience.
Are you interested in developing skills in clinical trial design and clinical pharmacology? The College of Medicine, in collaboration with the Colleges of Pharmacy and Nursing, now offers a flexible, 100% online MS Pharmacology degree program for clinicians and students with a bioscience background. The program offers coursework in pharmacology,...
Balancing your time between family, your full-time job, volunteering and other work can be a daunting task. Despite having career dreams and goals, you might think adding education to the mix could tip the balance beyond control.
Have you heard that online learning can be an isolating experience? Maybe you’re nervous you won’t get to know your instructors or fellow classmates. You might feel like you’ll miss out on networking opportunities that would be available in a face-to-face class.
The time has come! You’ve applied, been admitted and now are getting ready to begin your first class as an Ohio State Online student. But before jumping into online learning, it’s important that you understand the basic dos and don’ts of the online classroom.
Our online Master of Social Work program focuses not only on the experience you'll have in the classroom, but also outside the classroom. You'll receive a quality academic experience, as well as the support you need to apply what you learn and feel a part of the Buckeye community.
Imagine you’re an on-campus student and you need help with writing a paper. What would you do? You might schedule an in-person appointment with someone from the Writing Center for help. Now, let’s imagine this same scenario except you’re an online student. What would you do?
The middle of the semester comes around and you know what that means: midterms. You’ve put in hours of study time, emailed you professor to clarify things you don’t understand, and you’re finally ready to sit down and ace your exam. It’s time to use one of The Ohio...
As an online student, you will receive the same valuable education as those who are on-the-ground. The Ohio State University is taking action to ensure the academic integrity of our online programs during every step of your Buckeye experience.