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Bowling Green State University


Bowling Green, Ohio

Bowling Green State University was founded in 1910. It is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It first offered distance learning courses in 1998. In fall 2005, there were 1,100 students enrolled in distance learning courses. Institutionally administered financial aid is available to distance learners.
Services Distance learners have accessibility to academic advising, bookstore, campus computer network, career placement assistance, e-mail services, library services, tutoring.
Contact Connie Molnar, Director of Distance Learning, Bowling Green State University, 14 College Park, CEE/IDEAL, Bowling Green, OH 43403. Telephone: 419-372-8181. Fax: 419-372-8667. E-mail: [email protected]


BLS Liberal Studies–Bachelor of Liberal Studies Online Degree program
BS Technological Education, advanced
BSN Nursing–RN-to-BSN Completion
Graduate Certificate Food and Nutrition; Gifted Education Endorsement; International Scientific and Technical Communication; Ohio Reading Endorsement Program; Quality Systems
MEd Assistive Technology specialization
PhD Technology Management


UndergraduateAmerican literature (United States and Canadian); applied mathematics; business/commerce; business, management, and marketing related; communication and media; computer and information sciences; computer science; computer software and media applications; computer systems networking and telecommunications; creative writing; educational administration and supervision; educational/instructional media design; English; English composition; English literature (British and Commonwealth); environmental control technologies; environmental/environmental health engineering; ethnic, cultural minority, and gender studies; foods, nutrition, and related services; geography and cartography; geological and earth sciences/geosciences; health and medical administrative services; history; human development, family studies, and related services; information science/studies; international/global studies; liberal arts and sciences, general studies and humanities; library science related; mathematics; music; nursing; philosophy; philosophy and religious studies related; political science and government; psychology; public health; social work; sociology; technical and business writing; technology education/industrial arts.
GraduateAmerican literature (United States and Canadian); building/construction finishing, management, and inspection; computer software and media applications; construction engineering technology; creative writing; educational assessment, evaluation, and research; English; English literature (British and Commonwealth); foods, nutrition, and related services; gerontology; languages (Romance languages); mathematics; psychology; special education; speech and rhetoric; technical and business writing; technology education/industrial arts.
Non-credit —business/commerce; computer and information sciences and support services related; computer software and media applications; construction trades related; health professions related.

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