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Next term begins May 27, 2014

Thinking about completing a degree or earning an advanced graduate degree? You clearly have plans in mind—whether you’re working to get ahead in your career, you want the credentials you need to be a leader or you’re trying to take the next step for a better life. Otterbein’s flexible evening programs, individual attention from faculty experts and professional network will help you achieve all your plans for the future. Apply Now

Complete your bachelor’s degree at Otterbein.
As an adult, we realize that your life is busy with demands, obligations and responsibilities. But at Otterbein we guide your every step with course selection, financial aid, and career guidance. You’ll leave Otterbein not only with academic achievement, but also the type of real-world experiences that translate to the workplace.


The Graduate School at Otterbein
Plan for your future with a personalized program of study that you can finish in two years, (some programs are online) that you can afford, and with faculty members who will encourage and support you every step of the way!

Degrees available
Craig, current MBA student on why getting an Otterbein MBA is important: "My belief is if you help enough other people get what they need, you will get what you need. The knowledge and experience I’m gaining while getting my MBA will help me help my clients and my co-workers get ahead." Hear more of Craig’s story:

Teniele, 2013 Masters of Science in Nursing graduate on why she chose Otterbein: "The professors are much more accessible here. Otterbein has a lot smaller classes than anywhere else. Otterbein's been incredibly helpful to my career. I just got the job I wanted and Otterbein's been a big part of that." Hear more of Teniele's story:

Otterbein is proud to be a participant in the national Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program to help U.S. military veterans attend college. Eligible veterans who apply and are accepted to Otterbein are able to attend tuition free. Hear more of Clayton’s story: