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If you a planning to transfer from Ohio University to another institution, you are advised to complete the transfer module as part of your A.A. or A.S.degree. See the admission section of this catalog. These degrees are available on all campuses. Each degree requires a minimum of 60 hours. A maximum of 15 hours earned through the experiential learning program may be applied to the A.A. or A.S. degree. At least 20 of the total credits earned toward the A.A. or A.S. must be Ohio University credits. In addition, at least 50 percent of the coursework taken in the area of concentration for the A.A./A..S degree programs must be completed through Ohio University.
 
Technical courses count only as electives for both the A.A. and A.S. degrees. You must earn at least a 2.0 GPA in the area of concentration and overall to earn the degree. If you plan to earn either the A.A. or A.S. degree, contact the associates degree coordinator in University College so that the valid major code can be properly recorded.
 
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Natural Science, Applied Science and Quantitative Skills Concentration
Complete at least 20 hours in the following courses:
Astronomy
Biology
Biological Science
Chemistry (except 1010, 1100, 1150, and 1500)
Computer Science
Geology
Mathematics (except D005, D300, and D301)
Microbiology
Physics
Plant Biology
 
ANTH 2010: Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH 3460: Introduction to Human Osteology (3 hrs)
ANTH 3550: Medical Anthropology (3 hrs)
ANTH 4470: Forensic Anthropology (3 hrs)
ANTH 4730: Human Evolution (3 hrs)
ANTH 4480: Blood, Bones, and Violence (3 hrs)
ANTH 4960: Human Diversity (3 hrs)
CSD 1080: Introduction to Communication Disorders (3 hrs)
CTCH 1250: Introduction to Computers (3 hrs)
EE 1014: Introduction to Electrical Engineering (3 hrs)
ET 2800: Engineering and Technology - Overview (3 hrs)
GEOG 1100: Physical Geography (4 hrs)
GEOG 1400: Environmental Geography (3 hrs)
GEOG 2020: Introduction to Weather (4 hrs)
GEOG 2600: Maps (3 hrs)
GEOG 2680: Introduction to GIS and Mapping Sciences (4 hrs)
GEOG 3010: Meteorology (4 hrs)
GEOG 3020: Climatology (4 hrs)
GEOG 3030: Meteorological Observations (1 hr)
 
Social Sciences
Complete at least 10 hours from the following courses:
African American Studies (except 1100, 1500, 2100, 2110, 2500, 3100, 3110, 3170,
3500, 3520, 3530, 3560, and 3570)
Anthropology (except 2010, 3460, 3550, 4470, 4480, 4730, and 4960)
Economics
Geography (except 1100, 1400, 2020, 2600, 2680, 3010, 3020, 3030, and 4100)
History (except 1210, 1220, 3140, 3143, 3144, 3148, 3200, 3201, 3280, 3281, 3290,
3291, 3292, 3300, 3531, 3532, 3533, 3540, 3543, 3560, 3562, 3600, 3601, 3602,
3700, and 3710)
International Studies
Linguistics
Political Science
Psychology (except 1110, 2110, 2120, 2210, and 3230)
Retail and Fashion Product Development
Social Work
Sociology
 
BUSL 2000: Law and Society (3 hrs)
BUSL 2550: Corporate Responsibility in a Legal Environment (3 hrs)
BUSL 3570: Law of Corporate Governance, Commerce & Related Topics (3 hrs)
BUSL 3850: International Business Law (3 hrs)
CLAR 2110: Greek Archaeology (3 hrs)
CLAR 2120: Roman Archaeology (3 hrs)
CLAR 2130: Near Eastern and Egyptian Archaeology (3 hrs)
COMS 3601: Courtroom Rhetoric (3 hrs)
COMS 3602: Political Rhetoric (3 hrs)
COMS 3603: Contemporary Culture and Rhetoric (3 hrs)
CONS 2500: Families as Consumers in Global Communities (3 hrs)
EDEC 1600: Introduction to Child Development (3 hrs)
JOUR 1050: Introduction to Mass Communication (3 hrs)
MDIA 2012: Media, Communication and Social Change (3 hrs)
MGT 2000: Introduction to Management (3 hrs) OR
MGT 2100: Introduction to Management and Organization (3 hrs)