Regional Campuses

Criminal Justice

Associate degrees can be completed at either of the branch campuses located at UC Clermont or Blue Ash. A Bachelor's Degree Completion option is available at UC East. If completion of the baccalaureate degree is desired, a student must transfer (admitted as a matriculated student) to the main Clifton campus at the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services; however, most undergraduate course work can be completed at the regional campuses. And most classes are offered late afternoons, evenings, and on Saturdays. Students who have completed an associate degree at a regional campus will start at the junior level in the baccalaureate criminal justice program.

Bachelor Degree Program at UC East

Since 1995, the School of criminal Justice has made the Criminal Justice Bachelor Degree Completion Program available to students who wish to complete their degree in Clermont County. The paralegal Studies Bachelor degree was added in 2005. The programs are now offered at the new UC East campus.

These two programs allow students to earn their bachelor's degrees while taking all courses on the UC East and Clermont College campuses. Students can complete their entire 4-year degree in Clermont County. Classes are offered during the late afternoon and evenings. Students may transfer-in after completing their Associate degree or after making substantial progress toward a two-year degree.

For more information contact:

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Bruce Gibson

UC East Campus, Office 216B, 1981 James E. Sauls, Sr. Drive, Batavia, OH 45103

PHONE: 513-558-3037 FAX: 513-732-1545

UC Blue Ash College (formerly Raymond Walters College) is located in Blue Ash, Ohio, not far from major interstates. For more information, contact:

UC Blue Ash
9555 Plainfield Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236-1096
Phone: 513-745-5700
UC Blue Ash website