University of Cincinnati (UOC), Ohio Courses & Fees

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213 Courses are offered by UOC

B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)

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Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Anthropology 3.0 Years Apply
Art History 3.0 Years Apply
Asian Studies 3.0 Years Apply
Economics 3.0 Years Apply
History 3.0 Years Apply
Political Science 3.0 Years Apply
Psychology 3.0 Years Apply
Sociology 3.0 Years Apply
Spanish 3.0 Years Apply
Geology 3.0 Years Apply
Journalism 3.0 Years Apply
Geography (Environmental Emphasis) 3.0 Years Apply
Geography (Human Emphasis) 3.0 Years Apply
Geography (Urban Economic Emphasis) 3.0 Years Apply
Liberal Arts 3.0 Years Apply
Liberal Arts - Med, Hlth & Society 3.0 Years Apply
Chemistry 3.0 Years Apply
Digital Media Collaborative 3.0 Years Apply
BA in Journalism - Magazine 3.0 Years Apply
Journalism - News 3.0 Years Apply
Journalism - Photojournalism 3.0 Years Apply
Physics 3.0 Years Apply
BS in Communication Design 4.0 Years Apply
Biological Sciences 3.0 Years Apply
Theater Design and Production - Costume Design Tec 3.0 Years Apply
Theater Design and Production - Sound Design 3.0 Years Apply
Theater Design and Production - Stage Design 3.0 Years Apply
Theater Design and Production - Technical Producti 3.0 Years Apply
Electronic Media 3.0 Years Apply
Anthropology 3.0 Years Apply
Archaeology (Geoarchaeology) 3.0 Years Apply
Archaeology (Landscape Archaeology) 3.0 Years Apply
Archaeology (Social Complexity) 3.0 Years Apply
BA In Classics 3.0 Years Apply
Communication 3.0 Years Apply
Interdisciplinary 3.0 Years Apply
Interdisciplinary - DL 3.0 Years Apply
BA In International Affairs 3.0 Years Apply
BA in Organizational Leadership 3.0 Years Apply
BA in Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies 3.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • To graduate from the UC McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, students must:

     

  • Earn at least 120 credits. This can include transfer credit, AP credit and free electives, but does not include preparatory coursework. Students who have met all other degree requirements must continue earning credit until the total number of their earned hours comes to at least 120.

  • Attain a 2.0 grade point average for all courses taken at the University of Cincinnati.
  • Be in good academic standing, that is, not on either academic probation or disciplinary probation or suspension.
  • Complete the residency requirement by earning at least 30 credits after matriculating into the college.
  • Complete all of the requirements of at least one major (see major requirements above).
  • Complete the College Core Requirements.
  • Submit an application for graduation to the registrar's office by their posted deadline.

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)

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Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Horticulture 4.0 Years Apply
Advanced Medical Imaging Technology 3.0 Years Apply
Geology 3.0 Years Apply
Information Technology 3.0 Years Apply
Fashion Design 4.0 Years Apply
Interior Design 5.0 Years Apply
Medical Sciences 4.0 Years Apply
Advanced Medical Imaging Technology 4.0 Years Apply
Geography (Environmental Emphasis) 3.0 Years Apply
Psychology 3.0 Years Apply
BS in Advanced Medical Imaging Technology 4.0 Years Apply
Biochemistry 4.0 Years Apply
Biological Sciences (Biology of Animals) 4.0 Years Apply
Biological Sciences (Biomedical Studies) 4.0 Years Apply
Biological Sciences (Cell & Molecular Biology) 4.0 Years Apply
Biological Sciences (Ecology & Evolution) 4.0 Years Apply
Chemistry-ACS 4.0 Years Apply
Health Information Management Administration 4.0 Years Apply
Health Sciences 4.0 Years Apply
Medical Laboratory Science 3.0 Years Apply
BS in Medical Laboratory Science(Distance Learning Education) 3.0 Years Apply
Physics (Astrophysics Concentration) 4.0 Years Apply
Construction Management 4.0 Years Apply
Electrical Engineering Technology 4.0 Years Apply
Computer Engineering 4.0 Years Apply
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design 4.0 Years Apply
BS in Early Childhood Education 3.0 Years Apply
BS in Early Childhood Education (Distance Learning Education) 3.0 Years Apply
BS in Criminal Justice 3.0 Years Apply
BS in Criminal Justice (Distance Learning Education) 3.0 Years Apply
Special Education - Lang Arts & Mathematics 3.0 Years Apply
BS in Industrial Management 4.0 Years Apply
Property Development and Planning - MPlan/BSc (Hons) - New course for 2017/18 3.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • The College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati seeks to attract, enroll and graduate academically talented students of varied and diverse backgrounds.
  • Success in our programs is largely dependent upon sound academic preparation.
  • However, in multidisciplinary programs like those in DAAP, students’ insight and perspective are greatly enhanced by exposure to students from different backgrounds, geographies and co-curricular interests.
  • DAAP has designed an admissions review process and a timetable to support these goals.
  • Freshmen applying to this program should also have completed the following college-preparatory subjects:

  • 4 units of English
  • 4 units of math
  • 3 units of science
  • 5 units of electives*
  • Elective units must include one or any combination of foreign language, fine arts, business, career-technical education, family and consumer sciences, technology, agricultural education or additional core courses not otherwise required.

  • Unless an international student meets one of the exemptions listed,he or she must complete the ACT, SAT, IELTS, TOEFL, or ELS.

  • Students must obtain a minimum overall grade point average of 2.0 and, in addition, must have at least a 2.0 grade point average for the senior year to be eligible for graduation.

  • In order to be eligible for graduation with honors, a student must have completed at least 60 semester hours in the college and have earned at least a 3.6 grade point average.

B.S. (Bachelor of Science)

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Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Architecture 4.0 Years Apply
Chemical Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Chemistry 4.0 Years Apply
Civil Engineering 4.0 Years Apply
Electrical Engineering 4.0 Years Apply
Mechanical Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Physics 4.0 Years Apply
Mechanical Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Aerospace Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Chemical Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Civil Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Computer Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Electrical Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Environmental Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Fire Science 4.0 Years Apply
Mechanical Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Biomedical Engineering 5.0 Years Apply
Civil Engineering 4.0 Years Apply
BS in Electrical Engineering Technology 4.0 Years Apply
Mechanical Engineering Technology (Bacc) 4.0 Years Apply
Architectural Engineering 4.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • Admission criteria for this program vary based on the relative strength of test scores, class rank and GPA, and co-curricular activities.
  • Please see the Freshman Class Profile for this major in the Quick Facts sidebar on this page for the range of academic credentials typically accepted into this program.
  • Test scores in the lower range may be acceptable with higher class rank and/or GPA. 
  • Freshmen applying to this program should also have completed the following college preparatory subjects:

  • English (4 units)
  • Mathematics, including algebra, geometry, and either pre-calculus or calculus (4 units)
  • Science, including Chemistry and Physics (3 units)
  • Social sciences (3 units)
  • Electives (5 units)
  • Transfer students in good standing from accredited colleges and universities will be considered for admission to the college at the first, second and third-year levels. 

B.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology)

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Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Aerospace Engineering 4.0 Years Apply
Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies Clermont 4.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • Admission criteria for this program vary based on the relative strength of test scores, class rank and GPA, and co-curricular activities. Please see the Freshman Class Profile for this major in the Quick Facts sidebar on this page for the range of academic credentials typically accepted into this program. Test scores in the lower range may be acceptable with higher class rank and/or GPA.

  • Freshmen applying to this program should also have completed the following college preparatory subjects:

  • English (4 units)
  • Mathematics, including algebra, geometry and either pre-calculus or calculus (4 units)
  • Science, including Chemistry and Physics (3 unit)s
  • Social sciences (3 units)
  • Electives (5 units)

B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration)

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Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Information Systems 3.0 Years Apply
BBA In Business Economics 3.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • First-year applicants are those who have not enrolled in college or university courses (other than post secondary enrollment options program) since graduating from high school.
  • Applicants are advised that Lindner requires four units* of college preparatory mathematics for admission to all bachelor degree programs.
  • The Marvin P. Kolodzik Business Scholars (KBS) Program is designed for highly motivated students with superior academic ability. 
  • The UC Lindner College of Business welcomes international applicants who seek a challenging academic environment.
  •  The Office of Admissions will send an international application packet upon request.
  •  Note that if your native language is not English, you will be required to take the TOEFL or the IELTS examination. 
  • Please reference the Office of Admissions Web site with international student information for the Lindner minimum standards.

B.Des. (Bachelor of Design)

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Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Industrial Design 4.0 Years Apply

B.F.A. (Bachelor of Fine Arts)

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Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Fine Arts - Art 3.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • The College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati seeks to attract, enroll and graduate academically talented students of varied and diverse backgrounds.
  • Success in our programs is largely dependent upon sound academic preparation.
  • However, in multidisciplinary programs like those in DAAP, students’ insight and perspective are greatly enhanced by exposure to students from different backgrounds, geographies and co-curricular interests.
  • They have designed an admissions review process and a timetable to support these goals.

B.A.M. (Bachelor of Applied Management)

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Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Applied Administration 3.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • You must have a technical associate degree (AAS, AAB or ATS) to be admitted to this program.
  • UC graduates, who have not attended college elsewhere, can complete and submit readmission paperwork to UC Clermont's Enrollment Services.
  • You must demonstrate English proficiency. You must also meet admissions deadlines and visa requirements, and provide documentation of sufficient funds before we can complete your admission.

Diploma

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Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Geographic Information Sciences 2.0 Years Apply
Geography 1.0 Years Apply
Health Education 1.0 Years Apply
International Human Rights None None Apply
Middle Eastern Studies 2.0 Years Apply
Nutrition Sciences 1.0 Years Apply
Political Science 1.0 Years Apply
Psychology 1.0 Years Apply
Sociology 1.0 Years Apply
Broadcast Media 1.0 Years Apply
Chemistry 1.0 Years Apply
Computational Science 1.0 Years Apply
Computer Aided Design Program 2.0 Years Apply
Film & Media Studies 1.0 Years Apply
Foundations of Cybersecurity 2.0 Years Apply
Geology 2.0 Years Apply
Information Systems 2.0 Years Apply
Information Technology 1.0 Years Apply
Information Technology 2.0 Years Apply
Interactive Web Multimedia 2.0 Years Apply
Journalism 2.0 Years Apply
Mobile Application Development 2.0 Years Apply
Web Development 2.0 Years Apply
Animation 1.0 Years Apply
Materials Engineering 1.0 Years Apply
Robotics and Automation 1.0 Years Apply
Urban Landscapes 2.0 Years Apply
Urban Agriculture 2.0 Years Apply
Horticulture 2.0 Years Apply
Software Development 2.0 Years Apply
Database Management 2.0 Years Apply
Historic Preservation 2.0 Years Apply
Historic Preservation 2.0 Years Apply
Green Roofs 2.0 Years Apply
Planning 2.0 Years Apply
Urban Agriculture 2.0 Years Apply
Applied Communication 2.0 Years Apply
Arabic Language and Culture 2.0 Years Apply
Heritage Studies 2.0 Years Apply
Non-Profit & Community Leadership 2.0 Years Apply
Organizational Leadership 2.0 Years Apply
Organizational Leadership - HR Track 2.0 Years Apply
Public Relations 2.0 Years Apply
Religious Studies 2.0 Years Apply
Security Studies 2.0 Years Apply
Student Leadership 2.0 Years Apply
Animation 1.0 Years Apply
Professional Writing 1.0 Years Apply
Green Roofs 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Early Childhood Education 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Health Education 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Middle Childhood Education - Lang Arts/Soc Stu 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Middle Childhood Education - Math/Nat Sci 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Middle Childhood Education - Soc Stu/Math 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Middle Childhood Education - Soc Stu/Nat Sci 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Organizational Leadership 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Secondary Education - Chemistry 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Secondary Education - Life Sciences 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Social Work 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Special Education: Lang Arts & Math 2.0 Years Apply
Pre-Special Education: Lang Arts & Nat Science 2.0 Years Apply
Applied Graphic Communication 1.0 Years Apply
Graduate diploma in Sport Media and Promotion 1.0 Years Apply
Pre-Criminal Justice 1.0 Years Apply
Graduate Diploma in African Studies 1.0 Years Apply
Graduate Diploma in Biblical Studies 2.0 Years Apply
Graduate diploma in European Studies 2.0 Years Apply
Graduate diploma in Latin American Studies 2.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • he GIS certificate program is open to both matriculated and non-matriculated students at the University of Cincinnati. Students can start the program in any quarter. The certificate can be granted retroactively; the deadline for application is two years after completion of all required courses. However, students are strongly encouraged to contact an advisor and apply early in the process.

  • Students already pursuing a degree in any college at UC can add the certificate to their program. Be sure to submit a declaration of the certificate program using our online form.

  • In addition, you must meet with the program director so that they are aware that you are pursuing the certificate and can advise you appropriately. Do this early enough to avoid delay in obtaining your certificate.

Certificate

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Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Computer Aided Design Program 3.0 Years Apply
Spanish 1.0 Years Apply
Physics 1.0 Years Apply
Physics (Astrophysics Concentration) 1.0 Years Apply
Fashion Design Studies 1.0 Years Apply
Computer Science 1.0 Years Apply
Electrical Energy and SmartGrid 1.0 Years Apply
Medical Sciences 1.0 Years Apply
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 1.0 Years Apply
Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) 1.0 Years Apply
Biological Sciences 1.0 Years Apply
Nanoengineering 1.0 Years Apply
Embedded Systems 1.0 Years Apply
Horticulture 1.0 Years Apply
Anthropology 1.0 Years Apply
Economics 1.0 Years Apply
History 1.0 Years Apply
Architectural Studies 1.0 Years Apply
Communication 1.0 Years Apply
Early Childhood Care & Education 1.0 Years Apply
Early Childhood Education 1.0 Years Apply
Biological Sciences 1.0 Years Apply
Biological Sciences 1.0 Years Apply
Pre-Engineering 1.0 Years Apply
Classics 1.0 Years Apply
Communication 1.0 Years Apply
Manufacturing Engineering Technology 1.0 Years Apply
Pre-Engineering 1.0 Years Apply
Bioethics 2.0 Years Apply
Italian Language and Culture 2.0 Years Apply
Japanese Language & Culture 2.0 Years Apply
Organizational Leadership 1.0 Years Apply
Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies 1.0 Years Apply
Electronic Media 1.0 Years Apply
Human Social Services Technology 1.0 Years Apply
Liberal Arts 1.0 Years Apply
Pre-Sport Administration 1.0 Years Apply
PreSecondary Educ - Social Studies - History 1.0 Years Apply
Psychology 1.0 Years Apply
Chemistry 1.0 Years Apply
Chemistry-ACS 1.0 Years Apply
Certificate in Biomedical Electronics and Computing 1.0 Years Apply
Certificate in Electrical Energy and SmartGrid 1.0 Years Apply
Certificate in Asian Studies 1.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

  • This program is open to all students with a high school diploma or GED and the desire to succeed in college.
  • Although admission is open, students accepted into the program must meet the academic standards of the program to advance to upper levels of study.
  • They recommend a basic understanding of drafting. You will also find mechanical experience and blueprint reading helpful.

Contact Details of University of Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Contact No:
    +1 513-556-6000
  • Email ID:
    Admissions@uc.edu
  • Website:
    www.uc.edu
  • Address:
    2600 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220, United States
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