Amended Substitute House Bill 49 of the 132nd General Assembly directed the chancellor of higher education to establish a program under which community colleges, state community colleges, and technical colleges may apply to offer applied bachelor’s degrees.
The chancellor may approve programs under this section that demonstrate all of the following:
On May 7, 2021, North Central State College celebrated its first graduating class to earn a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology (BASMET). The eight graduates were honored during a drive-through ceremony on the campus.
C-TEC Awarded Automation and Robotics Grant to Develop Program Model for Licking County and Central Ohio Adult Workforce Training
The Central Ohio Manufacturing Partnership (COMP) recently awarded the Career and Technology Education Centers of Licking County’s (C-TEC) Adult Education Center the Industry Sector Partnership Grant. This grant allows C-TEC to lead Central Ohio in developing an entry-level automation and robotics adult training program.
Chancellor Randy Gardner visited Cincinnati State on May 7, 2021, to congratulate the college’s first-ever bachelor’s degree recipients in the field of land surveying.
“Cincinnati State’s land surveying program means students in the program don’t have to leave Ohio to get their bachelor’s degree, and they’re well prepared for a successful future,” Chancellor Gardner said.
The Chancellor visit was part of a statewide celebration of Ohio’s In Demand Jobs Week.