OAKLAND CITY, Ind., Sept. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Oakland City University (OCU), in partnership with Emerge Education, is announcing that the University will accept up to 90 credit hours toward a bachelor's program or up to 45 credit hours toward an associate's program from ITT Technical Institute students looking to continue their degree after the school announced its closing on September 6.
Oakland City makes earning a degree both affordable and convenient. With comprehensive previous experience assessments, no hidden costs, and 5-week class rotations, ITT students will be able to choose from a comprehensive offering of programs, including online degrees in the following areas:
- General Studies, A.A.
- Religious Studies, A.A.
- Operations Management, B.A.S.
- Business Administration, B.S.
- Criminal Justice, B.S.
- Strategic Management, M.S.S.M.
- Business Administration, M.B.A.
"We are pleased to welcome all ITT students into the Oakland City family and encourage you to take advantage of this great opportunity to complete your degree with us," said Dr. Robert Yeager, Vice President for Administration and Finance.
Students who are interested in learning more about OCU's online degree programs can call Daniel DiMeglio, Enrollment Manager, at 717-344-5412 or visit www.online.oak.edu.
Oakland City University trains tomorrow's Christian leaders and is guided by high morals, focused values, and ethical standards. OCU strives continuously to be a leader in providing students a high quality, affordable, Christian education.
ITT Technical Institute, based in Carmel, IN, announced that it is permanently closing its campuses, leaving roughly 35,000 students with no options for degree completion.
Emerge Education, LLC.
Emerge Education provides higher education solutions to colleges and universities interested in 21st-century relevancy by growing revenues through enrollment. The Pennsylvania-based firm works with its partner institutions by investing its own capital and service resources to support lead generation, marketing and recruiting, allowing its partners to focus on what they do best: educating students. Emerge forges unique partnerships with each client institution. For more information about Emerge Education (www.emergeedu.com), please call 800-208-5499 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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