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Associate to Bachelor Degree Programs

Do you plan to begin your education program at a local two-year community or state college? Do you have an associate's degree and want to earn a bachelor's degree in education from a four-year institution that is highly regarded by educators within the state and elsewhere? Through its partnerships with local two-year institutions, Ashland University can provide a cost-effective degree in education that includes the same quality programs that you would experience at its campus in Ashland.

We Offer a 2+2 Program at the Lorain County Community College in Elyria

Take your first two years at the Lorain County Community College and finish at Ashland University's Elyria Program Center -- conveniently located at LCCC. You can earn a B.S.Ed. degree in Early Childhood, Early Childhood Intervention Specialist, Middle Grades Education, or Intervention Specialist (Mild to Moderate and Moderate to Intensive Needs) at our Elyria Center. We work with LCCC advisors to ensure that you take the courses that will benefit you most when transferring to Ashland. Our offices are located on the LCCC campus at Suite 105, University Center, 1005 North Abbe Road, Elyria.

Contact: Sandy Gallagher, Director of Undergraduate Education, at 440.366.4080 or e-mail her at sgallagh@ashland.edu

We Offer a Bachelor's Completion Program at Our Columbus Program Center

Do you have an associate's degree in early childhood or related field and want to earn your bachelor's degree in early childhood -- with a license to teach children in prekindergarten through grade three? Our Bachelor's Completion program will allow you to complete that degree at Ashland. Our partnership with Columbus State Community College make this a very easy transition. Classes are held at our Columbus Program Center located on 1900 E. Dublin-Granville Road, Columbus.

Contact: The Columbus Center,  at 614.794.0803.

We Work with Students Who Want to Transfer to Our Ashland Campus

Are you attending another college or university, but want to learn more about Ashland University's College of Education? If you are thinking about transferring from a 4- or 2-year college or university to Ashland's main campus...talk with LeeAnn Larson, Director of Academic Advising, 134 Dwight Schar Building, Ashland.

Contact: LeeAnn Larson, Director of Academic Advising, at 419.289.5358 or e-mail her at llarson@ashland.edu