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Abbreviations

Buildings - Athens

Buildings - Chillicothe, Eastern, Lancaster, Southern, Zanesville

Campuses

Colleges and Academic Services Offices

Courses

Miscellaneous

Day Key

Student Standing - Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior

Requisite Key

BUILDINGS - ATHENS CAMPUS

31SC 31 South Court L IND Lindley Hall
ANAT Osteopathic Heritage
Foundation Anatomy
Laboratory
LSCI Life Sciences Builiding
AQUA Aquatic Center LLC Living Learning Center
(South Green)
ARC Academic & Research
Center
LSHR Lasher Hall
ATNA Athena Theater MAUD Memorial Auditorium
BAKE Baker University Center MCCR McCracken Hall
BIRD Bird Arena MEB1 OhioHealth Medical
Education Building 1
(Dublin)
BNTA Bentley Hall Annex MEB2 OhioHealth Medical
Education Building 2
(Dublin)
BNTL Bentley Hall MRTN  Morton Hall
BROM Bromley Hall NLSN Nelson Hall
BRON Brown House PING Ping Recreation Center
BTNR Botanical Research
Building
PORT Porter Hall
CHUB Chubb Hall PUTN Putnam Hall
CLIP Clippinger Hall RDGS Ridges Auditorium
CONV Convocation Center RTEC Research and Technology
Center
COPE Copeland Hall RTVC Radio TV and
Communications Building
CSC Muck Business Annex 
(formerly Computer
Services Center)
SCHN Schoonover Center
CTCL Central Classroom SCLP Sculpture Building
ELIS Ellis Hall
(offline starting 
Summer 2017)
SCOT Scott Quad
GLDN Glidden Hall SCRP E.W. Scripps Journalism
Building
GRDY Gordy Hall SEIG Seigfred Hall
GROS Grosvenor Hall SING Sing Tao House
(Court Street)
GROV Grover Center STKR Stocker Engineering
Building
HDSN Hudson Health Center TOWR Peden Tower
HNNG Haning Hall TUPP Tupper Hall
HRTC Human Resources and
Training Center
WALT Margaret M. Walter Hall
IRVN Irvine Hall WIEC Walter International
Education Center
JEFF Jefferson Hall WUSOC West Union Street 
Office Center
KNTR Kantner Hall YIH Yamada Internationl House
LIBR Alden Library    

 

BUILDINGS - CHILLICOTHE CAMPUS

BENN Bennett Hall CTEC Chillicothe Technical Builidng
CDFS Child Development &
Family Service Center
SHOE Shoemaker Hall


BUILDINGS - EASTERN CAMPUS

EHEC Ohio University Eastern Campus
Health & Education Center
SHAN Shannon Hall


BUILDINGS - LANCASTER CAMPUS

BRSE Brasee Hall PCTR Pickerington Center 1
HERR Herrold Hall PCT2 Pickerington Center 2


BUILDINGS - SOUTHERN CAMPUS

ACAD Academic Center PROC Greg Smith Hall - Proctorville
COLL Collins Center VERN Vern Riffe Center
DNGS Dingus Technology Center    


BUILDINGS - ZANESVILLE CAMPUS

CAMB Cambridge Center HH Herrold Hall (Library)
ELSN Elson Hall (Main Office,
Student Services, Nursing,
and classrooms)
   


CAMPUSES

ATHN Athens LANC Lancaster
CHIL Chillicothe STHN Southern
EAST Eastern ZANS Zanesville
ECAM e-Campus    


COLLEGES/ACADEMIC STUDENT SERVICES OFFICES

A&S Arts & Sciences GVS Voinovich School of
Leadership & Public Affairs
COB Business HSP Health Sciences & Professions
COM Communication HTC Honors Tutorial
EDU Education INST International Studies
ENT Engineering & Technology OST Osteopathic Medicine
FAR Fine Arts RHE Regional Higher Education
GRAD Graduate College UNC University College

 

COURSES

AAS African American Studies ILL International Literautre:
Linguistics
ACCT Accounting ILML International Literature:
Modern Languages
AH Art History INDO Indonesian-Malay
AKAN Akan INST International Studies
ANTH Anthropology ISE Industrial Systems Engineering
ARAB Arabic ITAL Italian
ART Art ITS Information & Telecommunication
Systems
AST Aerospace Studies JOUR Journalism
ASTR Astronomy JPC Japanese Culture
AT Athletic Training JPN Japanese Language
ATCH Accounting Technology JS Jewish Studies
AVN Aviation KHMR Khmer
BA Business Administration KIKU Kikuyu
BIOL Biology LAT Latin
BIOS Biological Sciences LET Law Enforcement Technology
BME Biomedical Engineering LING Linguistics
BMT Business Management
Technology
LJC Law, Justice, & Culture
BUSL Business Law LPA Leaderhsip & Public Affairs
CAS College of Arts & Sciences MALA Malay
CE Civil Engineering MAT Medical Assisting Technology
CFS Child & Family Studies MATH Mathematics
CH Contemporary History
Institute
MBA MBA Core
CHE Chemical Engineering MCB Molecular & Cellular Biology
CHEM Chemistry & Biochemistry MDIA Media Arts & Studies
CHIN Chinese ME Mechanical Engineering
CLAR Classical Archaeology MFE Master of Financial Economics
CLAS Classics in English MGT Management
CLWR Classics & World Religions MIS Management Information
Systems
COED Coaching Education MKT Marketing
COMM Communication ML Modern Language
COMS Communication Studies MMT Material Management Technology
CONS Human & Consumer
Sciences Education General
MPA Masters Public Administration
CS Computer Science MSC Military Science
CSD Communication Sciences
and Disorders
MUS Music
CTCH Computer Science Technology NEUR Neuroscience
DANC Dance NRSE Nursing, Baccalaureate Program
DSI Deaf Studies & Interpreting NURS Nursing, Associate Program
ECON Economics NUTR Nutrition
EDAD Education-Administration OCOM Osteopathic Medicine
EDCE Education-Counselor OHS Occupational Hygiene & Safety
EDCP Education-College Student
Personnel
OPIE Ohio Program of Intensive English
EDCR Education-Care Partnership OPN Operations
EDCS Education-Cultural Studies OTEC Office Technology
EDCT Education-Computer Technology PA Physician Assistant
EDEC Education-Early Childhood PBIO Environmental & Plant Biology
EDEL Education-Elementary PCOE Patton College of Education
EDHE Education-Higher PED Physical Education Activity
EDHP Education-Honors Program PESS Physical Education & Sport
Sciences
EDMC Education-Middle Childhood PETE Physical Education Teacher
Education
EDPL Education-Professional Lab PHIL Philosophy
EDRE Education-Research &
Evaluation
PHYS Physics
EDSE Education-Secondary POCO Political Communication
EDSP Education-Special POLS Political Science
EDTE Edication-Teacher Education PORT Portuguese
EE Electrical Engineering PRCM Communication, Introduction
to Professional
EH Environmental Health PSC Physical Science
ELIP English Language Improvement Program PSY Psychology
EM Electronic Media PT Physical Therapy
EMGT Engineering Management QBA Quantitative Business Analysis
ENE Energy Engineering REAL Real Estate
ENG English REC Recreation
ENGT Engineering Technology RFPD Retail & Fashion Product
Development
EQU Equine Studies RHT Restaurant, Hotel, & Tourism
ES Environmental Studies RUS Russian
ET Engineering & Technology SAM Science in Applied Management
ETM Engineering Technology & Management SASM Sports Administration/
Sports Management
EVT Environmental Engineering
Technology
SLS Sport and Lifestlye Studies
EXPH Exercise Physiology SOC Sociology
FAR Fine Arts SOMA Somali
FILM Film SPAN Spanish
FIN Finance SPST Specialized Studies
FR French SUDN Sudanese
GEOG Geography SW Social Work
GEOL Geological Sciences SWAH Swahili
GER German T3 Tier III
GK Greek TAS Technical & Applied Studies
GLC Global Leadership Center TBS Translational Biomedical Sciences
HC Honors College THAI Thai
HIND Hindi-Urdu THAR Theater Arts
HIST History UC University College
HLTH Health UP University Professor
HMT Hazardous Material Technology VICO Visual Communication
HSP Health Sciences & Professions VIET Vietnamese
HST Human Services Technology WGSS Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
HTCH Health Technology WOL Wolof
HUM Humanities ZULU Zulu
IART Interdisciplinary Arts    


MISCELLANEOUS

DARS Degree Audit Reporting System, produces the reports which help students and advisors track students' progress toward graduation.
PID Personal Identification Number, or P-Number, a unique number assigned to each person using university services. this is the ID number printed on your student identification card.
TDCP Transition Degree Completion Plan, a document that specifies the courses that must be taken to satisfy remaining degree requirements under the semester system for transition students.


DAY KEY (Class Meetings)

M = Monday F = Friday
T = Tuesday Sa = Saturday
W = Wednesday Su = Sunday
Th = Thursday  


STUDENT STANDING (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior)
Your student standing - or year in college - is determined by your total number of semester hours earned.

Freshman Completed 0 to 29.9 hours
Sophomore Completed 30 to 59.9 hours
Junior Completed 60 to 89.9 hours
Senior Completed 90 or more hours


REQUISITE KEY

The requisite s listed for each course in Course Offerings are the minimum requirement s for the class. Students may petition departments to override the listed requisite. This is done only with a class permission slip obtained from the instructor or the department offering the course.

The following information will assist you in reading requisites:

REQUISITE EXPLANATION
  Graduate Courses: Note that all courses with catalog numbers of 5000 and above are graduate level courses and require graduate standing even though this fact is not listed for each course.
Permission required or Perm required Permission is required for the class and it is not available through online registration. Register for this class with a class permission slip obtained form the instructor or the department offering the course.
HTC Honors Tutorial College students only.
Concurrent of Concur Take concurrently with other course.
Example: LING 4750 or Concurrent
ETM 2210 and (PHYS 2020 or 2520) Indicates (for example) ETM 2210 and either PHYS 2020 or PHYS 2520 must be completed (the second PHYS is implied and not printed).
C or better Indicated (for example) a "C" is the lowest acceptable grade for the requisite course.
Example: C or better in JOUR 1330
Tier I ENG Indicates that the freshman Tier I English requirement must be completed.
Tier I MATH Indicated that the freshman Tier I Quantitative Skills requirement must be completed.
Jr comp Indicates that the junior level composition requiremetn must be completed.
Fr only Indicates student must be a freshman rank.
Fr or soph Indicated student must be a freshman or sophomore rank.
Fr or soph or jr Indicates student must be a freshman, sophomore, or junior rank.
Soph only Indicates student must be a sophomore rank.
Soph or jr Indicates student must be a sophomore or junior rank.
Soph or jr or sr Indicates student must be a sophomore, junior, or senior rank.
Jr only Indicates student must be a junior rank.
Jr or sr Indicates student must be a junior or senior rank.
Sr only Indicates student must be a senior rank.
Equivalent or Equiv If this appears in the requisite, students who feel that they have comparable courses or experience may ask for permission to enroll in the course. They must obtain a class permission slip from the instructor or the department offering the course in order to register for the course.
Recommended Indicates this course is a recommended requisite. However, it is not a requiement for registering for the course.
Not PSY 1200 Indicates (for example) the student who has completed PSY 1200 may not register for this course.
Major or Mjr Indicates Student must be a major of the department/school.