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College in Maumee, Ohio could mean pursuing a vocational education, but if you're looking for something more consider what's available nearby.

Maumee, Ohio Career Colleges, Technical Schools, and Universities

Looking for accredited career colleges, technical schools, and universities in Maumee, Ohio. Each degree from a Maumee, Ohio Career College, a post-secondary for-profit institution, offers an education with an in-demand career field.

At career colleges in Ohio, you typically don't take general education classes in core subjects such as English and math. Instead, you focus on career-related courses.

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Maumee, Ohio Colleges and Universities

Some 29 percent of the residents of Maumee, Ohio, hold bachelor's degrees. However, any other residents wanting to pursue their postsecondary education can look for opportunities in Maumee or even in nearby Toledo, located just some 15 miles away. That city has a population of more than 280,000 people.

Maumee, Ohio Colleges and Universities

An affordable choice for beginning an education within Maumee is Owens Community College, or OCC, located about two miles from Maumee. The school offers 130 degree programs, either on campus or online, and these are easily transferable to a four-year school. An alternative to junior college is the University of Toledo. This public school offers more than 230 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in areas such as business, visual and performing arts, marketing, health professions, engineering and education.

Nearly 15,000 students attend Bowling Green State University, or BGSU, located on a 1,300-acre campus about 14 miles from Maumee in Bolwing Green. This college awards bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in areas such as the liberal arts, business administration, education and human development, health and human services, musical arts and technology. Be sure to consider the cost of any program before making a start. For 2011-2012, Ohio's average in-state tuition and fees for two-year public schools were $3,608; for four-year public schools, $8,904; and for four-year private schools, $28,376.

Living in Maumee, Ohio

Maumee stretches out five miles along the north bank of the Maumee River. In 2006, the north-central city received national recognition as an official "All-American City" from the National Civic League. Additionally, it is rated as one of the top 10 affordable communities in the U.S. from Frommers. From 2006-2012, the median household income was $56,267, slightly higher than state and national salaries.

Author: Heather Bieber

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