Course Numbering System:
The course number (151, in the example above) indicates the student classification for which the course is primarily intended. For example:
1000-2999 Undergraduate General Program
3000-4999 Undergraduate Advanced or Specialized Program
Ohio University is on the semester-hour system through Summer Quarter. Each university course credit value in quarter hours is indicated in parentheses after the course number in the course listings.
General Education Requirements:
Some courses satisfy the General Education Requirements for Ohio University students. These courses are indicated in the course description with the "Tier" designation in parentheses after the number of credit hours.
Courses that satisfy the Tier I Quantitative Skills requirement are marked (1M); those that satisfy the Tier I English composition requirement are marked (1E) for freshman composition or (1J) for junior composition.
Courses that satisfy the Tier II Breadth of Knowledge requirements are marked (2A) applied science and technology, (2C) cross-cultural perspectives, (2H) humanities and fine arts, (2N) natural sciences and mathematics, and (2S) social sciences.
Courses that satisfy the Tier III Synthesis requirement are marked (T3).