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Print-Based Course List and Registration

Print-based courses (PBC) and course credit by examination (CCE) options are available as flexible-format courses for students who do not have access to the Internet or prefer distance learning. Learn about the course formats.

Admissions and Registration

If you are not a current Ohio University student, you must complete an Admission Application (select "Online") before enrolling in these courses. If you have been an Ohio University student, but you haven't been registered for more than one term, complete the re-enrollment form first before registering for courses.

Once you are enrolled in the University, you can fill out and submit a course registration form to register for classes:

 

Print-Based Course Registration FormCorrectional Ed Registration Form

 

When you submit the course registration form electronically, or print it and mail or fax it, eCampus accepts it as your agreement to abide by all policies and procedures stated elsewhere in this site.

 



Print-Based Courses (PBC)

Click on the course codes below for more information or view the PBC and CCE Course List (PDF).

Jump to course Credit by Examination courses

ASTR 1000 — Survey of Astronomy

ATCH 1030 — Financial Accounting Procedures

ATCH 1040 — Managerial Accounting Procedures

BIOS 1030 — Human Biology I: Basic Principles

BIOS 3840 — Bioethics: Bioethical Problems in Biology and Medicine

BMT 1010 — Business and Its Environment

BMT 1100 — Introduction to Management

BMT 1150 — Foundations of Quality and Continuous Improvement

BMT 1400 — Concepts of Marketing

BMT 1500 — Elements of Supervision

BMT 1700 — Small Business Operations

BMT 2000 — Introduction to Business Computing

BMT 2100 — Managing Finance in Business

BMT 2500 — Practical Personnel Procedures

BMT 2600 — Business Report Writing

BMT 2850 — Government and Business

BMT 2880 — Computer Applications for Management

BUSL 2000 — Law and Society

ECON 1030 — Principles of Microeconomics

ECON 1040 — Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 3200 — Labor Economics*
*ECON 3200 is currently not accepting enrollments.

ECON 3600 — Money and Banking*
*ECON 3600 is currently not accepting enrollments.

ENG D150 — Developmental Writing Skills

ENG 1510 — Writing and Rhetoric I

ENG 2010 — Critical Analysis of Fiction and Non-Fiction Prose

ENG 2020 — Critical Analysis of Poetry and Drama

ENG 3080J — Writing and Rhetoric II

ENG 3210 — American Literature to 1865*
*ENG 3210 is currently not accepting enrollments.

ENG 3220 — American Literature: 1865-1918*
*ENG 3220 is currently not accepting enrollments.

ENG 3250 — Women and Literature

ENG 3610 — Creative Writing: Fiction

ENG 3620 — Creative Writing: Poetry

EVT 1000 — Introduction to Environmental Engineering Technology

EVT 1100 — Instrumentation and Computation*
*EVT 1100 is currently not accepting enrollments.

EVT 1200 — Introduction to Environmental Chemistry*
*EVT 1200 is currently not accepting enrollments.

EVT 1250 — Hazwoper

EVT 2000 — Site Investigation: Sampling and Monitoring Labs

EVT 2100 — Introduction to Health Physics

EVT 2200 — Fluid Mechanics

EVT 2500 — Analysis of Environmental Pollutants

EVT 2900 — Alternative Energy Systems and Applications

GEOG 1200 — Human Geography

GEOG 2400 (formerly 1400) — Environmental Geography

HIST 2460 — The Rise of Modern Asia

HIST 3291 — Ancient Greece*
*HIST 3291 is currently not accepting enrollments.

HIST 3750 — World War I

MATH D005 — Intermediate Algebra

MATH 1200 — College Algebra

MATH 1300 — Pre-Calculus

MATH 1350 — Survey of Calculus

MATH 2301 — Calculus I

MATH 2302 — Calculus II

MKT 2020 — Marketing Principles

MUS 1200 — Exploring Musical Styles

NUTR 1000 — Introduction to Nutrition

PHIL 1010 — Fundamentals of Philosophy

PHIL 1200 — Principles of Reasoning

PHIL 1300 — Introduction to Ethics

PHYS 2001 — Introduction to Physics

POLS 1010 — Politics in the United States

PSC 1010 — Physical World

PSC 1050 — Color, Light, and Sound

PSY 1010 — General Psychology

PSY 2110 — Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences*
*PSY 2110 is currently not accepting enrollments.

PSY 2420 — Educational Psychology

PSY 2510 — Social Psychology

PSY 2720 — Psychology of Personality

PSY 3410 — Behavior Genetics and Individual Differences

PSY 3420 — Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

PSY 3510 — Motivation

PSY 3520 — Social Psychology of Justice

SOC 1000 — Introduction to Sociology

SOC 2600 — Criminal Justice

SOC 2610 — Deviant Behavior

SOC 3000 — Development of Sociological Theory

SOC 3290 — Race and Ethnic Relations*
*SOC 3290 is currently not accepting enrollments.

SOC 3500 — Elementary Research Techniques

SOC 3600 — Criminology

SOC 3630 — Juvenile Delinquency

SOC 3660 — Punishment and Society

T3 4710 — Sport Aesthetics*
*T3 4710 is currently not accepting enrollments.

T3 4720 — Clothing and Culture

TAS 3010 — Introduction to Technical and Applied Studies

TAS 3110 — Diversity, Ethics, and Collaboration

TAS 3210 — Research for Technical and Applied Studies

TAS 4020 — Creating a Work and Life Plan

TAS 4040 — Ethics and Organizational Social Responsibility

TAS 4110 — Leadership and Workplace Effectiveness

TAS 4140 — Workplace Interactions in a Diverse Society

TAS 4240 — Technology and Research in the Workforce

TAS 4340 — Applied Leadership in the Workplace

TAS 4440 — Collaboration in the Workplace

TAS 4510 — Technical and Applied Studies Capstone Seminar

TAS 4900 — Managing Stress in the Workplace

THAR 1710 — The Theatrical Experience

UC 1100 — Learning Strategies*
*UC 1100 is currently not accepting enrollments.

UC 2030 — Credit for Work Experience: Portfolio Development Note: Course registration requires prior permission (see course description)

ASTR 1000 — Survey of Astronomy

BIOS 3840 — Bioethics: Bioethical Problems in Biology and Medicine

ENG 2010 — Critical Analysis of Fiction and Non-Fiction Prose

ENG 3220 — American Literature: 1865-1918

ENG 3230 — American Literature: 1918 to Present

FR 1110 — Elementary French I*
*FR 1110 is currently not accepting enrollments.

FR 1120 — Elementary French II*
*FR 1120 is currently not accepting enrollments.

FR 2110 — Intermediate French I

FR 2120 — Intermediate French II

HIST 3290 — Ancient Near East: Egypt, Mesopotamia, and the Levant

ITAL 1110 — Elementary Italian I

ITAL 1120 — Elementary Italian II

ITAL 2110 — Intermediate Italian I

ITAL 2120 — Intermediate Italian II

MATH 1200 — College Algebra

MATH 1300 — Pre-Calculus

MATH 1350 — Survey of Calculus

MATH 2302 — Calculus II

PHIL 1200 — Principles of Reasoning

PHYS 2002 — Introduction to Physics

PSY 2420 — Educational Psychology

SOC 1000 — Introduction to Sociology

SPAN 1110 — Elementary Spanish I

SPAN 1120 — Elementary Spanish II

SPAN 2110 — Intermediate Spanish I

SPAN 2120 — Intermediate Spanish II

Course Withdrawals

To withdraw from courses, complete the Withdrawal Form and return it to the OHIO Online (formerly eCampus) office prior to the last date to drop the course(s). As a reminder, the last date to drop information is provided to all students upon enrollment in a print-based course and can be found on the getting started letter that accompanies the lesson cover forms for each course.

The completed form can be sent to ecampus@ohio.edu, faxed to 740.593.2901, or mailed to:

OHIO Online
Haning Hall 102
1 Ohio University Dr.
Athens OH 45701