Ohio University

Course Eligibility

Course Eligibility Guide

Download the CC+ Course Eligibility Guide [PDF]

Allowable Courses

Level 1

In most cases, students who have completed fewer than 15 semester hours may only enroll in courses that fall within the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM), Transfer Assurance Guides (TAG), and Career-Technical Assurance Guides (CTAG) or any course in computer science, information technology, anatomy physiology and foreign language (including American Sign Language). All courses in the following computer science, information technology and foreign language subject areas are eligible level 1 courses:

Foreign Language Subject Areas: ARAB, CHIN, CSD, DSI, FR, GER, GK, INDO, ITAL, JPN, LAT, RUS, SUDN, SPAN and SWAH
Computer Science and Information Technology Subject Areas: CS, CTCH, ITS and MIS

Study Skills and Career Guidance Courses

Courses that are designed to assist students with study skills or academic / career success are considered eligible level 1 courses. Examples of these would be EDCE 2010 and UC 1100. Please consult with the Director of Dual Enrollment Programs if there are other similar courses you would like considered.

Level 2 Exceptions

Students may take Level 2 courses prior to completing 15 credit hours if one of the following applies:

  • The Level 2 course has a Level 1 course requisite the student has successfully completed
  • The student has successfully completed a Level 1 course in the same, specific subject area
  • A student tests directly into a Level 2 course

Level 1 Course List as of 10/27/2018:

    A    |    B    |    C    |    D    |    E    |    F    |    G    |    H    |    I    |   J    |    L    |    M    |    N    |    P    |    R    |    S    |    T    |    U    |    W  

A

  • AAS 1010
  • AAS 1100
  • AAS 1500
  • AAS 2020
  • AAS 2100
  • AAS 2110
  • AH 2110
  • AH 2120
  • AH 2130
  • ANTH 1010
  • ANTH 2010
  • ANTH 2020
  • ARAB
  • ART 1100
  • ART 1121
  • ART 1161
  • ART 1181
  • ART 1230

B

  • BIOL 1010
  • BIOS 1000
  • BIOS 1030
  • BIOS 1300
  • BIOS 1310
  • BIOS 1700
  • BIOS 1705
  • BIOS 1710
  • BIOS 1715
  • BIOS 2010
  • BIOS 2210
  • BIOS 2215
  • BIOS 2250
  • BIOS 2750

C

  • CHEM 1210
  • CHEM 1220
  • CHEM 1510
  • CHEM 1520
  • CHEM 3050
  • CHEM 3060
  • CHEM 3080
  • CHEM 3090
  • CHIN
  • CLAS 2340
  • COMS 1030
  • COMS 2050
  • COMS 2060
  • CSD
  • CTCH 1270
  • CTCH 1600
  • CTCH 1891
  • CTCH 1892
  • CTCH 1893
  • CTCH 1894
  • CTCH 2700
  • CTCH 2800

D

  • DANC 2700
  • DANC 3300
  • DSI

E

  • ECON 1030
  • ECON 1040
  • EDEC 1600
  • EDCE 2010
  • EDTE 1000
  • ENG 1510
  • ENG 2800
  • ENG 3110
  • ENG 3150
  • ENG 3210
  • ENG 3220
  • ET 2200
  • ET 2240
  • ET 2800
  • EXPH 1490

F

  • FILM 2010
  • FILM 2030
  • FR

G

  • GEOG 1100
  • GEOG 1200
  • GEOG 1300
  • GEOG 1310
  • GEOL 1010
  • GEOL 1200
  • GEOL 1700
  • GEOL 2110
  • GEOL 2150
  • GEOL 2210
  • GEOL 2310
  • GEOL 2550
  • GEOL 3150
  • GER
  • GK

H

  • HIST 1210
  • HIST 1220
  • HIST 1320
  • HIST 1330
  • HIST 2000
  • HIST 2010
  • HLTH 2300
  • HUM 2070
  • HUM 2080
  • HUM 2170

I

  • IART 1170
  • IART 1180
  • INDO
  • INST 1100
  • INST 1400
  • INST 1600
  • ISE 3200
  • ITAL

J

  • JPN
  • JOUR 1050

L

  • LAT
  • LET 1000
  • LET 1050
  • LET 1100
  • LET 1200
  • LET 1500
  • LET 2901

M

  • MAT 1700
  • MATH 1200
  • MATH 1300
  • MATH 1321
  • MATH 1322
  • MATH 1350
  • MATH 2301
  • MATH 2302
  • MATH 2500
  • MATH 3210
  • MATH 3300
  • MATH 3400
  • MGT 3700
  • MUS 1200
  • MUS 1250
  • MUS 2440
  • MUS 2511
  • MUS 2512
  • MUS 2514
  • MUS 2520
  • MUS 2530
  • MUS 2533
  • MUS 2534

N

  • NUTR 1000
  • NUTR 2220
  • NUTR 3300
  • NUTR 3350

P

  • PBIO 1000
  • PBIO 2050
  • PHIL 1010
  • PHIL 1300
  • PHIL 2160
  • PHIL 2400
  • PHIL 2600
  • PHYS 2001
  • PHYS 2002
  • PHYS 2051
  • PHYS 2052
  • POLS 1010
  • POLS 2300
  • POLS 2500
  • POLS 3040
  • PSC 1011
  • PSC 1051
  • PSY 1010
  • PSY 2410
  • PSY 2510
  • PSY 2710
  • PSY 2720
  • PSY 3420

R

  • RUS

S

  • SOC 1000
  • SOC 2000
  • SOC 2200
  • SOC 2600
  • SOC 3290
  • SOC 3600
  • SOC 3640
  • SOC 3660
  • SPAN
  • SUDN
  • SW 1000
  • SW 2601
  • SWAH

T

  • THAR 1130
  • THAR 1391
  • THAR 1730
  • THAR 2300
  • THAR 2710
  • THAR 2711

U

  • UC 1100

W

  • WGSS 1000

The University cannot guarantee the availability of all courses a student may wish to take. Therefore, students are advised to work closely with their school counselor in planning CC+ enrollment to ensure that graduation requirements will be met.

Level 2

Students who have completed more than 15 hours can enroll in any course for which requisites have been met and which has not been designated as “non-allowable” by the Ohio Department of Higher Education (see below for a list of non-allowable courses).

Ohio University’s Course Catalog

Course Restrictions / Non-Allowable Courses

Based on State law, the following type of courses are not eligible for College Credit Plus students:

  • One-on-one private instruction course
  • Course with fees that are equal to or greater than $750
  • Study abroad courses
  • Physical education courses
  • P/F or S/U grades (unless the course is an internship or is a transferable course for all students enrolled)
  • Remedial course
  • Sectarian religion course
  • Courses that require an overnight experience