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 Mrs. Dorothy Fleming for a tour of the Otterbein general nursing labs and department.
Dorothy Crider Fleming, MS, RN
Master of Business Administration
Considering an MBA? Contact Sarah Shumick 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.
Sarah Shumick, MBA
Graduate Education: Initial Licensure Programs
If you have a bachelor’s degree outside of the field of education and you’ve decided to become a teacher, schedule a visit with us to learn more about initial licensure master’s programs and non-degree options. We offer a middle-childhood licensure with focus areas, as well as intervention specialist licensures.
Gaby Miller, BA
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. Visit us to learn more about curriculum, cost, transfer credits, and how to apply
Amy Featherstone, MA
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