As Central Ohio’s first university, founded in 1830, Capital University is steeped in history. And our focus is always on the future. Your future. Our world’s future. And the positive impact we can have together through transformative education and personal development of every student. We’re a small, private university located in a big “capital” city. In a challenging, yet supportive learning environment, we offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees in many areas of study, including music, business, education, law, nursing and more. Teaching and learning here is grounded in the liberal arts, and
strengthened by professional programs and hands-on experiences that will develop your mind, your skills and your ability to lead and adapt to change. At Capital, we live out our purpose by helping students of promise discover and live out theirs.
#34 in Regional Universities Midwest (US News Ranking)
#19 in Best Value Schools (US News Ranking)
ABOUT COLUMBUS, OHIO
The 15th largest city in the U.S., Columbus is known for its rich arts, culture, entertainment, fashion and
industry base. It also has one of the highest populations of college students in the U.S. Columbus is a center for technology, health care, global enterprises, and business incubators, with a diversity of lifestyles and opportunities. With 109 languages spoken throughout the Columbus Region, and more than 450 internationally owned companies employing people here, every culture can feel welcome. Some of our cultural festivals include the Asian, Celtic, Latino, African, Indian, Egyptian, Greek, Italian and the Columbus International Festival. We’re within 885 kilometers of over half the U.S. population. And
Capital’s campus is just minutes away from the John Glenn Columbus International Airport, which offers over 140 daily flights to more than 30 destinations. You can also visit several major U.S. cities in just a few hours by car, bus or train.
BIOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Chemistry* (A.C.S. Certified)
Chemical Engineering (Dual Degree)
Electronic Media and Film
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
BACHELOR OF MUSIC
Voice (Opera/Music Theatre
BACHELOR OF ARTS
Professional Studies (Music
Early Childhood Education (Pre-K – Grade 3)
Middle Childhood Education (Grades 4-9)
Adolescent to Young Adult Education (Grades 7-12)
Intervention Education (Grades K-12)
Multi-Age Education (Grades K-12)
HEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCES
Health and Fitness Management
MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
Computer Science – Engineering (Dual Degree)
Mathematics – Engineering (Dual Degree)
Nursing (Traditional BSN)
POLITICAL SCIENCE AND ECONOMICS
RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Youth Ministry and Christian
SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY
WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
*Major also offered with Adolescent to Young Adult (Grades 7-12) education licensure.
** Major also offered with Multi-Age Education (K through Grade 12) education licensure.
***In addition to the Pre-Law Specialization, we also offer the 3+3 Bachelor of Arts/Juris
Doctor Program, which is an accelerated joint-degree program to set you on the fast track to
a career in law. Offered in conjuction with Capital’s own law school.
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Science in Nursing
- Master of Music in Music Education
- Master of Arts in Education
Most popular major at Capital University: Music, Media, Business, Law and Nursing
Undergraduate degree tuition fee: $34,280 pa. But the majority of accepted, full-time, undergraduate international students receive a partial scholarship to attend.
Graduate degree tuition fee: $13,800 pa (for 24 credit hours in a year), varies depending on the course
Housing: $5,134 pa