Meet us at Otterbein!
Otterbein is located in Westerville, a suburb of the capital city of Columbus, Ohio. Westerville provides a warm, friendly atmosphere for Otterbein students while remaining conveniently located close to a large metropolitan city that is full of cultural and social opportunities. Closer to home, Westerville’s historic Uptown District is just steps from campus and features a unique and diverse selection of restaurants, shops, boutiques, and coffeehouses.
Graduate Nursing Programs
Nurse Anesthetist Program applicants: Tour Grant Medical Center classrooms & simulation labs and meet with current students as part of the formal interview day. Doctor of Nursing Practice applicants may request a Nursing Department tour at any time. Family Nurse Practitioner applicant interviews may include a Nursing Department lab tour. Contact Graduate Nursing Recruiter for a tour of the Otterbein general nursing labs and department.
Graduate Nursing Recruiter
Master of Business Administration
Considering an MBA? Contact us to set up a campus visit and meeting with our MBA program director. Learn more about our campus-based, evening MBA program and what to expect from your Otterbein experience. Want to see it for yourself? We’re also happy to schedule a class visit so you can get a front-row preview of our engaging business faculty and meet some of your future classmates.
Graduate Education for licensed teachers & Educational Mathematics
Teachers looking to pursue a master’s degree, add a license, or earn an endorsement should consider Otterbein. With campus-based and blended learning models, we make it possible for teachers to be students again. If you are interested in making a career change and would like to get started on an initial licensure program, you should consider looking into our Master of Arts in Teaching or Post-Baccalaureates programs. Visit us to learn more about curriculum, cost, transfer credits, and how to apply
Master of Science in Allied Health
If you have a passion for healthcare, you won’t want to miss an opportunity to pursue a Master of Science in Allied Health at Otterbein University. With two tracks available in Exercise & Health Science, as well as Healthcare Administration, there is much to learn about the “people side of healthcare.” Visit campus; meet with the program director; see the newly renovated Health & Sport Sciences facility; and even sit in on one of our classes.
David Frederick, MS Allied Health candidate