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School of Business

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ACBSP Accredited - The Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, a national accrediting body, has reaffirmed accreditation upon the School of Business. This reaffirmation acknowledges and emphasizes quality in teaching and student learning outcomes in business education by demonstrating adherence to business standards and performance results. Learn more about ACBSP by clicking the link:

Leading Business Degree Granting Institution - The Owens' Community College School of Business ranks 30th nationally among community colleges in granting Business, Management, Marketing, and related support services associate degrees according to the July 2007 Community College Week Analysis

Satisfied Students- According to a survey conducted with students in the School of Business during the Spring, 2007 semester, 94% of those surveyed expressed satisfaction with the School of Business.

Small Class Size - You can count on small classes in the School of Business. Nearly every class is capped at thirty students, while most are much smaller. This means personal attention and an environment in which you will know you professor and fellow students by more than just a name and face.

A Variety of Class Options - Whether your preference is taking classes during the day, evenings, weekends, or online; chances are pretty good you will find a schedule that meets your needs within the School of Business.


Profile of students enrolled in the School of Business:


Toledo Campus - 1915
Findlay Campus - 572
GENDER Female - 57%
Male - 43%
AGE 22 and under - 42%
23 to 29 - 26%
30 TO 39 - 19%
40 and older - 14%
Part Time - 63%
RESIDENCE Lucas County - 50%
Wood County - 16%
Hancock County - 12%
Other areas - 22%

NOTE: Figures based on Owens Community College, Office of Institutional Research, 2006 student demographic data.

* Spring 2008 enrollment

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