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For both in-state and out-of-state students, Ohio University provides competitive tuition rates that you’d expect from a state university, but with the personal attention of a small private school. With a 95% job placement rate for graduates, a degree from the Ohio University College of Business is one of the smartest investment you’ll make.
In-state tuition at Ohio University is 25% lower than similar public universities in Ohio and 35% lower for out-of-state students.
We don’t hand out jobs. We give you access to exceptional coaching, tools, and knowledge to develop a successful career. We even partner with leading companies that recognize the value that our graduates bring to their organizations. Our graduates are sought after candidates by local, regional, national, and international companies.
Ohio University offers students ten different majors to build your career path. Choose a major and learn more about possible careers, undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as the faculty and staff you’ll learn from during your time here.
Accounting is an integral part of business. Graduate as a skilled accounting professional of integrity.
Develop analytical, problem-solving, and logical thinking skills to study business economics trends and relationships.
Most law schools don’t require specific majors; pre-law students choose business to build critical thinking skills.
Entrepreneurs are vital to economic revitalization and success requires a base of knowledge, skills, and initiative.
Our finance graduates are sought after in banking, corporate finance, financial planning, and more.
The international business major is designed to develop the skills needed for global business leaders.
A management & strategic leadership major is designed to build a foundation for success in business leadership.
MIS professionals play a strategic role in business through the integration of people, process, and technology.
Marketing pros create, communicate, and deliver products and services that have value for customers and society.