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Free Event About Bachelor’s Degree Program at UC Blue Ash


Anyone who is interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the Applied Administration program at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College can learn more by attending a free information session on Wednesday, May 24 from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. in Walters Hall, Room 100 on the UC Blue Ash campus.

The event will feature an overview from professors in the program, insight about the courses involved, and details about the tuition and the enrollment process from admissions officers. Free pizza will be provided.

The Bachelor’s in Technical and Applied Studies, also referred to as Applied Administration, is designed for anyone with an associate degree (AAB, AAS, or ATS) in an applied or technical field who wants to advance their education. In most cases all credits should transfer, allowing students to enroll as a junior with the opportunity to complete their bachelor’s degree in just two years. Many of the courses offer hybrid options that combine online learning with the advantages of meeting with faculty for in-person classes once a week.

“This program helps our students who have strong applied or technical skills learn soft skills such as strategic planning, leadership and communication,” says Michele Kegley, business professor and program director for Applied Administration. “Many of our graduates are able to move into supervisory roles in their field and some choose to keep going and pursue their master’s in business administration.”

Studies by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show that a person with a bachelor’s degree earns about 30% more income than they would with an associate degree.

The information session is free, but seating is limited. To register for the Applied Administration information session, go to  You can also learn more about the program at

About UC Blue Ash College

UC Blue Ash College is a regional college within the University of Cincinnati. It offers one of the best values in higher education with access to a nationally recognized UC education in nearly 50 degrees and certificates, as well as tuition that is about half of most colleges and universities. The college is located on a scenic 135-acre wooded campus in the heart of Blue Ash, Ohio.

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