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BSN

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Our direct-admission Bachelor of Science in Nursing leverages technology and innovation, embraces equity and inclusion, promotes interprofessional collaboration and enables experiential learning, so that when students graduate, they're ready to lead.

As part of the UC Academic Health Center (medical campus), our clinical partners include a Level I trauma center, Level III obstetric unit, the nation's No. 2 pediatric hospital and multiple outpatient surgery centers and community hospitals.

High school students apply for direct admission to the bachelor's program. Transition and transfer students apply to join the program as a sophomore.


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RN-BSN

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The University of Cincinnati was the first institution to offer the Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1916 in recognition of the need to prepare RNs with additional education and experience that enhances their ability to provide quality and safe patient care.

More than a century later, we continue to empower RNs who endeavor to become the best health care providers they can be. Our RN to BSN online program offers quality education with the flexibility and support working professionals need to complete their BSN.


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In person Medical Assistant Classes

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The Medical Assisting Certificate program is unique to the University of Cincinnati. In just two semesters, the Medical Assisting Certificate program allows the student an opportunity to complete a technical certificate program while earning college credit in a profession that is in high demand.

Completing the Medical Assisting Certificate Program through the University of Cincinnati provides the graduate a quality education that is affordable and versatile.

The Medical Assisting Certificate program is designed to prepare medical assistants who are completent in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains to enter the profession. 

Students are prepared for a career as a health professional in a physician's office, clinic, or urgent care (ambulatory) setting. To meet the program objectives, the curriculum provides a rigorous foundation in clinical, patient care, and office administration courses. Clinical and patient care courses include introduction to anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, clinical techniques, laboratory procedures, and physician assisting procedures for various types of ambulatory medical settings. Administrative courses include study in medical office procedures, computers, and oral and written communication.


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MSN

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The Accelerated Direct-Entry Master of Science in Nursing program allows individuals with a bachelor's degree in a field other than nursing to earn a master's in only five semesters and become a licensed registered nurse and leader at the bedside.

Nurses are positioned to play an important role in solving some of today's most complex health care issues. Our Accelerated Direct-Entry MSN prepares you not only to provide safe, quality patient care, but also to drive improvements to care through collaboration, evidence-based practice methods and effectiveness measures. This program also allows you to continue your education and become a nurse practitioner.


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Doctor of Nursing Practice

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UC's Post-Master's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) online program is meant for nurses with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) who want to continue their education and become leaders in the increasingly complex health care field.


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Pre-Nursing / RN

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Registered nurses (RNs) are on the front lines of patient-centered health care. RNs perform basic duties that include treating patients, educating patients and the public about various medical conditions, and providing advice and emotional support to patients’ family members. RNs record patient medical histories and symptoms, help perform diagnostic tests, operate medical machinery, administer treatment and medications, and help with patient follow-up and rehabilitation.

RNs teach patients and their families how to manage their illness or injury, including post-treatment home care needs, diet and exercise programs, and self-administration of medication and physical therapy. RNs also run general health screening or immunization clinics, blood drives, and public seminars on various conditions.


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In person IT Support Classes

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Are you ready to accelerate your career in the ever-evolving world of technology? Are you passionate about helping others solve their computer-related challenges? Look no further! We are thrilled to announce our latest offering – the groundbreaking Micro-Credential in Computer Support Specialist, designed to equip you with the essential skills and knowledge needed to become a sought-after expert in the field.


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In person Computer Aided Design Classes

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Computer aided design (CAD) is the technology used to prepare technical drawings and plans for manufacturing products such as toys, toasters, industrial machinery and aerospace components. CAD drawings provide visual guidelines, show technical details of products, specify dimensions and tolerances, and identify materials and manufacturing processes used to produce such products. CAD systems create and store drawings electronically that can then be viewed, printed, or programmed directly into automated manufacturing systems. People who produce technical drawings with CAD require the knowledge of engineering drawings in addition to computer and CAD skills.

The UC Clermont CAD certificate program is designed to provide students with prerequisite knowledge required for entering a career that utilizes Computer Aided Design. Topics covered in this certificate program include drafting principles, 3D modeling, assemblies, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T), as well as prototyping and 3D printing.


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Respiratory Care, AAS

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Respiratory Care encompasses the evaluation, treatment, and care of patients with breathing or cardiopulmonary disorders. Practicing under the direction of a physician, respiratory therapists must be proficient in all areas of respiratory care, such as bedside pulmonary care, life-support systems management, diagnostic testing, pulmonary rehabilitation, and long-term care. Respiratory therapists evaluate and treat all types of patients, from premature infants whose lungs are not fully developed to elderly people whose lungs are diseased.

Program graduates earn an Associate of Applied Science degree and are eligible to take the National Board for Respiratory Care exam required to earn the Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) credential. Additionally, students may apply for a student license to practice respiratory care in the state of Ohio after successful completion of the first year in the program. Upon completion of the associate's degree program, students have the option of continuing their education in the University of Cincinnati’s online Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy (BSRT) degree if desired.


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Medical Coder certificate

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The Medical Coding Certificate will be changing the program name to Medical Coder effective Fall 2022.  Students admitted under the program name will be administatively changed to the program named Medical Coder during fall semester 2022.  The Medical Coder program prepares students to become professional coders in the healthcare industry. They work in hospitals, clinics, doctors offices, nursing homes, pharmacies, insurance companies, etc. preparing and coding bills and reimbursements for medical care. Using the latest technology and industry-established codes, professional coders indicate what treatments were received, what the diagnosis was, and the level of care that was given. Medical coding professionals are in very high demand due to increasing regulation in the healthcare industry in addition to the rapidly aging population. 


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Accelerated, MSN

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The Accelerated Direct-Entry Master of Science in Nursing program allows individuals with a bachelor's degree in a field other than nursing to earn a master's in only five semesters and become a licensed registered nurse and leader at the bedside.

Nurses are positioned to play an important role in solving some of today's most complex health care issues. Our Accelerated Direct-Entry MSN prepares you not only to provide safe, quality patient care, but also to drive improvements to care through collaboration, evidence-based practice methods and effectiveness measures. This program also allows you to continue your education and become a nurse practitioner.


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About school

The University of Cincinnati is a public research institution located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Founded in 1819, it is one of the oldest universities in the United States. With over 45,000 students, UC offers over 300 degree programs across a wide range of fields.

In the Cincinnati, OH area

2600 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45220