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Campus life in most of Ohio universities and colleges is focused near the city in which they are located. Cincinnati, Toledo, Columbus and Cincinnati may be some of the better-known areas, but there are many other Ohio colleges that can fit the needs of the student. For those looking for a chance to start their career sooner than at the end of a four year degree, Ohio trade and vocational schools can get them into the work force faster. The top cities in Ohio are Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati.
Ohio colleges and universities in Columbus include TechSkills with hands-on Certificate Programs in information technology and medical billing and coding. Fortis College has a wide variety of programs in the healthcare field, include nursing, medical billing and coding, medical assisting, pharmacy technology, x-ray and radiologic technology, and other specialties.
In Cleveland, the Indiana Wesleyan University offers up-to-date and practical business and management education, including Associate and Bachelor Degrees in accounting, business computer information technology criminal justice nursing, and many others. The University of Phoenix offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in business (with many and varied concentrations), arts and sciences, criminal justice, education, nursing and healthcare, and technology. The National College in Cleveland offers Diploma and Associate Degree programs in accounting, business administration, health information technology medical assisting, and others programs.
Within a few miles of Cincinnati is the University of Phoenix with similar Associate, and Bachelor Degree programs as those in Cleveland. In addition, Fortis College offers degree programs in nursing, dental assisting, medical billing and coding, practical nursing, and other healthcare field programs.
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