The Courseview Campus Center offers many associate degree and certificate programs. In addition, many of the courses needed for several other degree and certificate programs are offered at this location, and all Sinclair students can choose to take courses from any of our campus locations and online.
Programs offered at Courseview are listed below. Learn more about these and other Sinclair programs.
Please Note: The only time a Courseview student will have to travel to Dayton is to participate in the commencement ceremony as a Sinclair graduate.
Courseview Campus Center offers the following degree and certificate programs:
Associate Degree Programs
University parallel programs are those designed specifically for transfer to a four-year institution.
Career programs are associate degree programs designed for career preparation. All the following are Associate of Applied Science degrees.
Business Management (including Entrepreneurship and Supply Chain options)
Computer Information Systems, Network Engineering
Criminal Justice Science
Early Childhood Education
Physical Therapist Assistant
Supply Chain Management
Certificate and Short-Term Certificate Programs
Business Information Systems, Medical Office Specialist
Chemical Dependency Counseling
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Information Systems Security
Medical Coding and Billing Specialist
Medical Office Receptionist
Network Engineering Associate
Nurse Aid Training
Supply Chain Management
Health & Wellness
A variety of core courses that support Sinclair's health care degrees and short- and long-term certificate programs are also offered at Courseview.
General education courses offered at Courseview include English, education, mathematics, natural science, psychology, sociology and more…
Ohio Transfer Module
Courseview offers courses that fulfill the Ohio Transfer Module—a subset of a college or university's general education requirements. The transfer module consists of 36–40 semester hours of courses in the following areas: English, mathematics, arts and humanities, social and behavioral science, natural and physical sciences, and interdisciplinary study
A transfer module completed at one Ohio public college or university will automatically meet the requirements of the transfer module at another Ohio public college or university once a student is accepted.