Bowling Green State University (BGSU) is a public university founded 1910 by the state of Ohio. It is accredited by the he Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In terms of national ranking, BGSU was ranked by the U.S.News & World Report as number 11 for “America’s Best Colleges for 2010”.
BGSU currently offers more than 200 undergraduate programs and offers quite a number of graduate programs as well. It is also has quite a good number of online programs (both graduate and undergraduate) in the following fields: Advanced Technological Education, Technology, Liberal Studies, Nursing, Education, Family and Consumer Sciences, Organization Development, and Business Administration. BGSU also offers graduate certificates and endorsements as online courses in the following fields:
● Autism Spectrum Disorders
● Computer Technology Endorsement
● International Scientific & Technical Communication
● Food and Nutrition
● Quality Systems
● Women’s Studies
● Ohio Reading Endorsement Program (Blended Program)
Admissions requirements vary per program. Transfer students can expect to get discounted rates.
Tuition at BGSU of online undergraduate courses is at $301 per credit hour (inclusive of $15 tech fee per credit hour) for the first 18 credit hours. An excess credit fee of $200 per credit hour is charged above 18 hours. For online graduate courses it is at $355 per credit hour (inclusive of $15 tech fee per credit hour) for the first 18 credit hours.
Financial aid is available at BGSU in the form of scholarships, grants, and loans. Special scholarships are also available for qualified students under the Continuing and Extended Education program.
For more information about online majors, degrees, classes, online programs, rankings, reviews, tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact Bowling Green State University.