College of Health Professions

Frequently Asked Questions

What majors are offered in the College of Health Professions?

The University of Northwestern Ohio awards a Baccalaureate Degree, Associate Degrees, and Diploma Programs in Health Care Administration, Medical Assistant Technology, Medical Office Management, Medical Coding, and Medical Transcriptionist.

For a complete listing of degrees in the College of Health Professions, click here.

When are classes offered?

Traditional classes run from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., and evening classes run from 5:45 p.m. to 8:20 p.m. and from 7:25 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The University of Northwestern Ohio also offers online classes for students who cannot attend classes on campus.

How long does it take to complete most programs?

Diplomas take 1 year to complete (18 hours per quarter). Associate Degrees take 18 months to complete (18 hours per quarter). Bachelor Degrees can be completed in less than 4 years.

Can I live on campus?

The University of Northwestern Ohio can house up to 1600 students on its campus. Dorms are all within walking distance of your classes and are semi-furnished. For more information on Housing, click here.

What is the cost to attend the University of Northwestern Ohio?

For information on the current costs for the College of Health Professions, click here.

When can I begin classes?

Classes begin four times a year – Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer.

How do I register for an online course?

Course registration takes place online during open registration periods. For more information on course registration, click here.

Is financial aid available?

The University of Northwestern Ohio offers a variety of grants and loans for students. For information, please click here.