Transfer Education

This program is the first important step in your quest to become a teacher. Your studies will encompass a broad range of liberal arts, including literature, history, English, statistics and the natural sciences. Transfer opportunities are available to public universities throughout Ohio, where you will focus you studies on a specialty like elementary education, or on one specific area of interest like history, English or mathematics.

Total Semester Hours: 62

Preparatory Courses

Course Number: FYEX 0070*
Course Title: College and Career Success
: No
: No
Course Number: ENGL 0040*
Course Title: Integrated Reading and Writing
: No
: No
Course Number: MATH 0072; 0073; 0084; STAT 0086*
Course Title: Developmental Math Courses
: No
: No

FALL - Year One

Course Number: COMM 1010
Course Title: Speech
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: EDUT 1070
Course Title: Introduction to Child Development
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: ENGL 1010^
Course Title: English Composition I
Prerequisites: ENGL0040*
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: POLT 1010
Course Title: American National Government
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: PSYC 1010^
Course Title: Introduction to Psychology
Credits: 3
: No
: No

SPRING - Year One

Course Number: COMM 2070
Course Title: Intercultural Communication
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: EDUT 1010
Course Title: Introduction to Education
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: EDUT 1370
Course Title: Educational Technology
Prerequisites: Computer Assessment (keyboarding)
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: ENGL1030
Course Title: English Composition II
Prerequisites: ENGL1010
Credits: 3
: Yes
: No
Course Number: STAT 1010^
Course Title: Probability and Statistics
Prerequisites: MATH 0084 or STAT 0086 (m)*
Credits: 3
: No
: No

FALL - Year Two

Course Number: EDUT 2020
Course Title: Individuals with Exceptionalities
Prerequisites: EDUT1070
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: EDUT 2150
Course Title: Educational Psychology
Prerequisites: PSYC1010
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: HIST 1010
Course Title: American History I
Credits: 3
: No
: No

Either BIOL 1230 or GEOL 1010:

Course Number: BIOL 1230
Course Title: Biology I
Prerequisites: ENGL0040*, MATH0084*
Credits: 4
: Yes
: No
Course Number: GEOL 1010
Course Title: Physical Geology
Credits: 4
: No
: No

Either SPAN 1010 or ENGL 2050 or ENGL 2090:

Course Number: SPAN 1010
Course Title: Beginning Spanish
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: ENGL 2050
Course Title: American Literature I
Prerequisites: ENGL1030
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: ENGL 2090
Course Title: Introduction to Fiction
Prerequisites: ENGL1030
Credits: 3
: No
: No

SPRING - Year Two

Course Number: EDUT 2090
Course Title: Families, Communities, & Schools
Prerequisites: EDUT1070
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: HIST 1030
Course Title: American History II
Credits: 3
: No
: No

Either BIOL 1231 or GEOL 1030:

Course Number: BIOL 1231
Course Title: Biology II
Prerequisites: BIOL1230
Credits: 4
: Yes
: No
Course Number: GEOL 1030
Course Title: Historical Geology
Credits: 4
: No
: No

Either MUSC 1010 or THEA 1010 or HUMA 1010:

Course Number: MUSC 1010
Course Title: Music Appreciation
Credits: 3
: Yes
: No
Course Number: THEA 1010
Course Title: Introduction to Theatre
Credits: 3
: Yes
: No
Course Number: HUMA 1010
Course Title: Introduction to Humanities
Credits: 3
: Yes
: No

Either SPAN 1020 or ENGL 2070 or ENGL 2090:

Course Number: SPAN 1020
Course Title: Intermediate Spanish
Prerequisites: SPAN1010
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: ENGL 2070
Course Title: American Literature II
Prerequisites: ENGL1030
Credits: 3
: No
: No
Course Number: ENGL 2090
Course Title: Introduction to Fiction
Prerequisites: ENGL1030
Credits: 3
: No
: No

c = Can be concurrent

m = Must be concurrent

^ Milestone Course

*All incoming students will be required to provide ACT scores or take a placement test. Based on their scores, students will be placed in appropriate English and mathematics courses. Successful completion of developmental English and mathematics prerequisites require a grade of C- or above in the course. Developmental English and mathematics course prerequisites can also be attained through Placement Testing. See the Standardized Testing Cutoff Scores (PDF) for specific tests and test scores.

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