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Urbana Branch Campus

Franklin University's Urbana Branch Campus

Located on 128 acres in western Ohio, Franklin University’s Urbana branch campus is within an hour’s drive of Columbus and Dayton.

In 2014, Urbana University's assets were acquired by Franklin University in order to effectively serve students.  In 2017, through approval by the Higher Learning Commission, Franklin brought Urbana under its accreditation as a branch campus.

Franklin University Urbana Branch Campus

579 College Way
Urbana, OH 45431

Phone: 937.772.9200

Dublin, Ohio

About Urbana University

Founded in 1850, Urbana serves more than 1,100 students from around the world from its campus nestled in the historic city of Urbana, Ohio. Known for innovative academic programs that feature personal attention from faculty, the branch campus offers career-focused programs on-site, online, or a combination of both. Blue Knights athletics includes 17 NCAA Division II sports along with intercollegiate bowling, cheerleading and shooting sports.

Available Master's Degrees

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Master of Business Administration

Some courses in these programs may need to be taken online or at a different location. Contact the location’s enrollment advisor for specific course details. We also offer many general education courses to get you started on any major at Franklin.

All programs are available online.

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Transferring From a Community College

Your hard work at other schools is worth something and we are committed to helping community college students like you make the most of your tuition dollars. In fact, more than 90 percent of our students transfer credit from other schools.

Transfer More Credit

Maximize your associate degree credit to satisfy up to 75% of your degree requirements.

Cut Your Costs

Take advantage of 3+1 partnerships and save 40% of the total cost of a bachelor’s.

Seamless 3+1 Program

Save time and tuition by building on your associate degree.