Founded in 1830 by the Lutheran Church, Capital University is the oldest university in Central Ohio.
With more than 60 majors and 39 minors, including double-majors and majors with special emphasis, Capital University offers a wide variety of academic options.
Capital maintains 6 colleges and school namely business and management, computing sciences, criminology, engineering, maritime education and science and liberal arts. It degree programs include 16 Bachelor, 8 master, 2 doctoral and 8 special programs. It also offers special programs such as continuing professional education, cooperative education and internships and study abroad.
Undergraduate programs range from political science, philosophy, radio, television to theater. On the graduate level, Capital University offers programs towards a law degree, Master in Business Administration, Master of Science in nursing and a Master of Art in music education.
For employed registered nurses with certificate or associate degrees, Capital University offers a flexible program to provide nurses with their bachelor degrees.
Capital University offers an alternative spring break programs designed for students wishing to complete a foreign service mission.
Capital is currently enrolls 3,632 undergraduate and graduate students and employ 199 full-time and over 200 part-time faculty which helps us to keep its class sizes small. It has a student to faculty ratio 11:1 student to faculty ratio for our undergraduate students. 62% of its class size average 20 students or less.
Tuition for Undergraduate Programs (2009-2010) amount to $28,480 for full-time undergraduate students (12-18 hours). Almost all of the students in Capital University receive financial aid.
For more information about online learning opportunities such as online classes or full degree programs, please contact Capital University.