Kent State University Ashtabula Nursing Program

Last Updated on December 20, 2022

Bachelor’s degree programs demonstrate a completed general and broad education with focus in a specific area and are typically completed in four-six years. The following bachelor’s degrees are offered in their entirety on the Kent State Ashtabula campus, or you can start one of over 280 degrees in the Kent State system.

Business Administration in Business Management
Communications

  • Applied Communications Concentration
    Criminology & Justice Studies
    English
    Hospitality Management
    Information Technology (Bachelor)
    Integrative Studies
  • Formerly Bachelor of General Studies
    Psychology
    Sociology
    Technical & Applied Studies

Associate degrees are two-year degree of a technical or general nature offered only on the Regional Campuses. Associate degrees can also allow students to complete general education requirements through a two-year program, for later transfer into a four-year degree. The following associate degree programs are offered at Kent State Ashtabula:

Accounting Technology
Arts
Business Management Technology
Criminology and Justice Studies
Enology
Information Technology (Associate)
Human Services Technology
Nursing
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapist Assistant
Radiologic Technology
Respiratory Therapy
Science
Technical Study
Viticulture
Students can also begin coursework in the more than 282 undergraduate degree programs at Kent State.

Certificates offer students the opportunity to learn specific career skills or professional certification in order to gain employment or advance/specialize in their careers. Kent State University at Ashtabula offers certificate course work in the following areas:

Brewing Technology
Business Management Technology
Computer Forensics and Information Security
Enology
Entrepreneurship
Event Management
Hospitality Management
Medical Assisting
Office Software Applications
Viticulture

Nursing
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapist Assistant
Radiologic Technology
Respiratory Therapy
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences
CT or MRI program tracks available. Admissions is selective. Applicants must graduate from an associate degree program or hospital-based certificate program in radiologic technology, nuclear medicine or radiation therapy. Students must be registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT or NMTCB)
Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care
Admission to the Respiratory Care major is selective. Applicants must hold an active credential for certified respiratory therapist (CRT) or registered respiratory therapist (RRT) and an associate degree from a CoARC-accredited respiratory therapy/care program with a minimum 2.000 overall GPA.

Students may complete undergraduate university requirements and Kent Core courses at Kent State University at Ashtabula or any campus/location and the major requirements online. The degree would be awarded by the approved campus or college. Additional fees are assessed for online courses.

Associate of Applied Business – Office Technology
Bachelor of Science in Insurance Studies
Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurses
Admission to the Nursing for Registered Nurses major is selective. Applicants must be registered nurses (RN) with a diploma or associate degree who are seeking an accredited bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Bachelor of Science in Public Health-Allied Health

  • Clinical Trial Research
  • Community Health Outreach and Development
    • Global Health
  • Health Services Administration
  • Pre-Medicine, Dentistry, Osteopathy
    Bachelor of Science in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences
    CT or MRI program tracks available. Admissions is selective. Applicants must graduate from an associate degree program or hospital-based certificate program in radiologic technology, nuclear medicine or radiation therapy. Students must be registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT or NMTCB)
    Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care
    Admission to the Respiratory Care major is selective. Applicants must hold an active credential for certified respiratory therapist (CRT) or registered respiratory therapist (RRT) and an associate degree from a CoARC-accredited respiratory therapy/care program with a minimum 2.000 overall GPA.

kent state ashtabula tuition

Kent State Ashtabula knows that our students and families value education.  However, the cost of an education can still seem daunting.  Despite the rising cost of higher education nationwide, we are working hard to keep Kent State Ashtabula the affordable choice for your college degree in Northeast Ohio.  Our Financial Aid Office and campus scholarships can help you control costs. The information reflects at a glance, generalized rates and are intended to act as a guide. Actual tuition costs may vary based on a student’s chosen academic plan. Detailed information regarding tuition and fees can be found in the University Fee Register. 

Kent State University at Ashtabula Tuition (2020-2021) 
Full-Time Annual Tuition (12+ credit hours)
Ohio Resident$6,560.88 (lower division)/$7,672.88 (upper division)
Select PA/WV Counties* $8,334.88/$9,446.88
Non-Ohio Resident$15,436.88/$16,548.88
Part-Time Tuition (price per credit hour)
Ohio Resident$297.87 (lower division)/$348.42 (upper division)
Select PA/WV Counties*$371.87/$422.42
Non-Ohio Resident$667.87/$718.42
  • Tuition amounts based on enrollment in undergraduate lower division courses.
  • THERE IS NO FLAT RATE FOR SUMMER. THEREFORE, STUDENTS PAY THE PER CREDIT HOUR RATE FOR EACH CREDIT HOUR THEY ARE REGISTERED FOR.

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