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Old 01-21-2009, 11:37 AM
 
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Please help me find Cincinnati-area colleges or universities that offer an accelerated business program. I am looking to get my bachelor's degree in business and I am an adult transfer student working full-time. I have to have the degree to move up in my career. I have researched online and only found Thomas More College to offer an accelerated program. Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Or any other ideas of getting a quick bachelor's degree in business would help also. Thank you!!
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Old 01-21-2009, 04:41 PM
 
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In my experience, you are better to visit various schools of business in the Cincinnati area, explain your situation and ask if they have a program that will fit your schedule.

I did the same thing when I decided to pursue a degree in accounting in St. Louis after ten years out of college (with no accounting classes). A number of schools did not have a program like that, a couple really didn't look interested and one basically introduced me to the dean, the department chairman, several professors, five students, and told me a way that I could finish in two years. I do not think that I would have gotten the same response had I called or e-mailed.
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Old 01-25-2009, 09:19 AM
 
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Definitely inquire at both UC and Xavier. They're large enough schools to be able to offer something which could accommodate what you need. XU's business school is highly ranked nationally and moving up. Often credit is offered for prior course work as well as professional experience, which can provide a nice jump-start. But it happens all too much that you'll never know unless you ask.
The program at Thomas More is said to be excellent, but in the interest of full disclosure I should mention that my father's an instructor there. If location is an issue, many of the courses are offered at a satellite campus in Blue Ash as well as at the main campus in Kentucky. Mr/Ms Brooks, feel free to DM me if I can consult with Dad and provide you with more insight.
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