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Special Report: Education Featured

10:07am EDT July 22, 2002

Ashland University
Offers information on undergraduate business degrees as well as the university’s MBA program, which includes classes in Columbus. A link to the Gill Center for Business and Economic Education explains its role in the business community and what courses for businesspeople it can provide.

Capital University
Lists academic programs including adult degrees with credit for real-world experience, the executive MBA program with part-time evening courses, professional development courses, and the Supervisor’s Roundtable, an ongoing training program for managers and first-line supervisors.

Central Michigan University
This page explains the university’s Columbus area graduate-level offerings, including a master of science in administration degree and graduate certificates.

Columbus State Community College
Includes general information about the academic calendar, admissions and programs of study. Also features a link to the Business and Industry Training Division, which can help companies with employee training and development.

Denison University
The “Preparation for Business Professions” page of Denison’s main site includes information about the university’s MBA and other management degrees as well as its application process.

DeVry Institute of Technology
In addition to learning about DeVry’s offerings, business executives visiting the site can click on the Career Services link to find out how to post job openings in business, accounting, computer information science and electronics.

Franklin University
Click on the Business Relations and Development link to learn about programs offered to the business community, including the Family Business Center and professional certificate programs.

Hondros College
This page explains Hondros’ primary purpose of providing education and counseling leading to certificates or associate degrees in real estate. Non-credit programs are also available.

Mount Vernon Nazarene College
The college’s Division of Business, listed under the academics link, offers bachelor’s-degree classes, including accounting, international business, management and marketing. Its Division of Non-traditional Education also offers a business degree designed for working adults with previous college coursework.

Ohio Dominican College
Although some parts of the site are under construction, it provides links to Web pages of select courses with syllabi, schedules and course resources.

The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business
Includes links to the college’s course offerings, full-time and evening MBA programs, as well as Executive Education Programs and working research papers.

Otterbein College
The academic departments link includes undergraduate majors, such as accounting, business administration, computer science and economics.

Ohio University College of Business
Gives details about graduate programs, including an executive MBA that can be completed within two years while working full time. The site also features a new online MBA program and explains The Sales Centre, which promotes sales education, research, and strategic alliances.