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Academic Divisions

At Ohio University Chillicothe, academic areas are organized administratively into three divisions. At OUC, the three divisions are Nursing, Applied Sciences and Professions, and Arts & Sciences. Faculty members belong to one of the three divisions and work together to deliver high-quality courses, programs, degrees, and disciplines. Each division is overseen by a division coordinator whose contact information is noted below.





Dr. Jim McKean

Associate Professor

T: 740.774.7708



The Division of Applied Sciences and Professions offers students opportunities to purse degrees that lead them directly into today’s workforce. Prospective students may also find that degrees in Applied Sciences and Professions further enable their career paths to develop. A range of careers awaits, from business and accounting to childhood development, communications, education, the social services, and health care, a variety of future degree options await.


Degree Options In This Division at Ohio University Chillicothe:

➢ Accounting Technology (ATCH)

➢ Applied Management (SAM)
➢ Business Management Technology (BMT)

➢ Childhood Development (CDM)
➢ Communication Studies (COMS)
➢ Computer Science Technology (CTCH)
➢ Criminal Justice (CJ)
➢ Early Childhood Education (EDEC)
➢ Middle Childhood Education (EDMC)
➢ Environmental Engineering Technology (EVT)
➢ Health Services Administration (HLTH)
➢ Human Services Technology (HST)
➢ Law Enforcement Technology (LET)
➢ Social Work (SW)
➢ Specialized Studies (SPST)
➢ Technical and Applied Studies (TAS)





Dr. Robb Moats

Associate Professor

T: 740.774.7244


The Division of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University Chillicothe represents faculty, staff, and students traditionally considered part of the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University - Athens. Disciplines such as mathematics, English, and chemistry are a part of A&S, as are fine arts disciplines, such as painting or photography. The professional members of A&S are dedicated to providing not only an exemplary academic experience for students, but also to enhancing the cultural understanding of students and other members of the campus community.


Courses Offered In This Division at Ohio University Chillicothe Can Be Applied Towards Degree Programs Offered On The Athens Campus:

➢ African American Studies (AAS)
➢ Anthropology (ANTH)
➢ Art (ART)
➢ Astronomy (ASTR)
➢ Biology (BIOL)
➢ Biological Sciences (BIOS)
➢ Chemistry (CHEM)
➢ Classics and World Religions (CLAS/CLWR)
➢ English (ENG)
➢ French (FR)
➢ Geography (GEOG)
➢ Geology (GEOL)
➢ History (HIST)
➢ Humanities (HUM)
➢ Linguistics (LING)
➢ Math (MATH)
➢ Media (MDIA)
➢ Music (MUS)
➢ Philosophy (PHIL)
➢ Physics (PHYS)
➢ Physical Science (PSC)
➢ Plant Biology (PBIO)
➢ Political Science (POLS)
➢ Psychology (PSY)
➢ Spanish (SPAN)
➢ Sociology/Criminology (SOC)
➢ Theatre (THAR)





Danielle Scabel

Associate Professor

T: 740.774.7727



The Division of Nursing at OUC offers several paths towards the goal of becoming a registered nurse (RN). Individuals who are seeking the first degree in nursing have two choices. They can complete the four semester program that leads to an associate’s degree, or they can complete the eight semester program that leads to the baccalaureate degree in nursing. Individuals who are licensed practical nurses (LPNs) may receive credit for previous academic work, enter the program, and complete the requirements for the associate’s degree in three semesters. Contact the Division of Nursing at OUC for further information and advising.


Degree Options In This Division at Ohio University Chillicothe:

➢ Associate Degree in Nursing
➢ Bachelor of Science in Nursing
➢ Advanced Placement for Licensed Practical Nursing