You've earned your associate's degree! Explore next steps to complete your bachelor's degree.
By earning your associate’s degree you have built a strong foundation for your future career. Ursuline College is here to help you expand on that foundation by completing your bachelor’s degree.
Returning to school is a big step. At Ursuline, you'll have an advisor and faculty members at your side every step of the way! We provide you with the tools to achieve your goals.
Career Counseling; internships; field placements; a new core curriculum that provides the breadth of the liberal arts experience; a safe, green campus; new fitness center; all in a values-based, women-focused environment.
The U.S. Department of Education lists Ursuline as the most affordable private college in Ohio.
Students starting in Fall 2022 will benefit from our recent transfer policy change approved on September 1, 2022. For students who've earned an associate's degree from an regionally accredited institution, you will now benefit from:
Up to six waived credits in specific Core Curriculum areas of Art/Art Therapy/Music, Science, History/ Political Science, Psychology/Sociology, or Literature.
All credits earned as part of an associate's degree will be accepted as transfer credit by Ursuline College, include grades of C-, D+, D and D-, if earned in a college or university that has been accredited a recognized regional accrediting commissions. Restrictions apply for equivalencies within majors. Please review our Course Catalog or contact the Registrar for further details.
We are going to award you the maximum credit for what you've already accomplished in the classroom. Get an unofficial transcript evaluation here. See how you credits transfer by visiting Transfer Equivalency System (TES). (Note: If you do not see an institution and/or a course listed, it does not mean we do not accept it. It only needs to be reviewed for approval). Specific transfer policies can be reviewed here. For additional questions, contact the Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two enrollment options offer flexibility to suit your schedule preference: Daytime, in person classes or Online, accelerated programs.
Not sure if you should consider applying to Ursuline's daytime undergraduate program or our online undergraduate program? The following chart is here to help!
|Typical student profile||Students looking for a more traditional college experience, most between the ages of 19 - 25||Working adults who are interested in completing their degree. Typical ages are 25+|
|General class times||Between 8 AM - 5 PM, Monday-Friday||Flexible, online classes|
|Starts per year||3 starts per year: August, January, or May||9 starts per year: every 5 weeks, year-round|
|Length of courses||15 week classes, typically taking 4 to 6 courses if a full-time student||Courses offered in|
5, 7, 10, or 15 weeks sessions, depending on major or course content
|Ways to learn||Face-to-face classes, with limited number of online or hybrid courses available||100% online|
|Tuition & scholarships||Flat-rate tuition for full-time students, merit scholarships available||Per-credit-hour tuition, discounted tuition rates|
|Available majors||20+ majors||Business, Humanities, RN-to-BSN, Psychology, or Social Work|
Ursuline partners with local community colleges to offer a seamless transition
to completing your bachelor’s degree. Below you will find the currently approved pathways that build on the coursework you have already completed while earning your associate's degree. Use these pathways to detmine the requirements needed to earn your bachelor's degree here at Ursuline.
AA to BA in Art and Design
AA to BA in Business Management
AA to BA in Chemistry
AA to BA in English
AA to BA in History and Civic Engagement
AA to BA in Humanities
AA to BA in Mathematics
AA to BA in Psychology
AA to BA in Social Work
AS to BA in Biology
AA to BA in Business Management
AA to BA in Business Management, Digital Marketing Certificate
AA to BA in Business Management, Financial Planner Certificate
AA to BA in Business Management, Project Management Certificate
AAB in Business Administration/Management to BA in Business Management (2+2)
AAB in Business Administration/Management to BA in Business Management (3+1)