Columbus State Community College Associate of Arts in English

Articulation Agreement

  • Originating Institution: Columbus State Community College 
  • Degree/Program: Associate of Arts in English
  • Target Institution and Campus: Miami University Regionals
  • Degree/Program: Bachelor of Arts in English Studies

Catalog Year: 2019-2020

Description

The Associate of Arts in English at Columbus State Community College partners well with the Bachelor of Arts in English Studies degree at Miami University.

The Bachelor of Arts in English Studies requires 124 credit hours. which includes 36 credit hours in the major. The matches below indicate specific courses you may be awarded after successfully completing those courses and transferring to Miami University.

This agreement becomes effective upon its signing by both Colleges and will remain effective for a period of two years at which time it will be reviewed and may be renegotiated.

Contacts

Miami University: Marianne Cotugno, Professor of English | cotugnm@MiamiOH.edu

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Table 1 shows how a student completes an Associate of Arts degree in English at Columbus State Community College and how those courses count at Miami University. 

Table 1 Columbus State Community College to Miami University Equivalencies
Columbus State Community College - AA English Miami University - BA English Studies
Fall Semester, Year 1
Course/Title Credits Course/Title Credits
ENGL 1100 Composition I 3 ENG 111 Composition and Rhetoric (not counted in major) 3

MATH 1122 Foundations of Quantitative Reasoning

or

MATH 1123 Quantitative Reasoning

5

3

MTH 119 Quantitative Reasoning 
or
MTH 119 Quantitative Reasoning

5

3

Social Science - For the AA degree, students must take three Social Science courses chosen from two different categories (Individuals & Groups, Organizations & Politics, and Human Natural & Economic Resources) on the AA general plan of study. 3 Courses equivalency depends on course selected; students are encouraged to choose a course in the Ohio Transfer Module. 3
Historical Study - One of the following: 3 3
HIST 1111 European History to 1648 HST 121 Western Civ Antiquity to 1500
HIST 1112 European History Since 1648 HST 122 Western Civ 1500 to the Present
HIST 1151 American History to 1877 HST 111 Survey of Am History 1492 - 1877
HIST 1152 American History Since 1877 HST 112 Survey of Am History 1877 - present
HIST 1181 World Civ I Non Western to 1500 HST 197 World History to 1500
HIST 1182 World Civ II Non Western Since 1500 HST 198 World History Since 1500
HIST 2223 African-American Hist I Before 1877 HST 221 African-American History
HIST 2224 Arican-American Hist II Since 1877 HSTT*
COLS 1100 First Year Experience 1 ELD 110 The University and the Student 1
Total Credits 13-15 13-15
Spring Semester, Year 1
Natural Science - One of the following (one of the two Natural Science courses taken during the program must be a lab): 3-4 3-4
ASTRA 1161 The Solar System PHY 111 Astronomy and Space Physics 3
BIO 1107 Human Biology BIO 161 Principles of Human Physiology 4
BIO 1113 Biological Sciences I BIO 116 Biological Concepts 4
BIG 1127 Intro to Environmental Science BIO 121 Environmental Biology 3
BIG 2215 Intro to Microbiology MBI 161 Elementary Medical Microbiology 4
CHEM 1100 Chemistry and Society CHM 111, CHM111L Chem in Mod Society  3,1
CHEM 1171 General Chemistry I CHM 141, CHM 141L College Chem 3,1
GEOG 1900 Intro to Weather & Climate PHY 103, PHY 118 Concepts in Phys Lab Intro to Atmospheric Science 1, 3
GEOG 2300 Intro to Physical Geography GEO 121 Earth's Physical Environment (4) 4
GEOL 1101 Intro to Earth Science GEO 121 Earth's Physical Environment (4) 4
GEOL 1105 Geology and the National Parks GLG 141 Geology of National Parks (3) 3
GEOL 1121 Physical Geology GLG 115, GLG 115L They Dynamic Earth, Understanding the Earth (3,1) 3,1
GEOL 1151 National Disasters GLG 121 Environmental Geology 3
ENGL 2267 Creative Writing** 3 ENG 226 Creative Writing 3
STAT 1350 Elementary Statistics
or
STAT 1450 The Practice of Statistics
3-4 STA 261 Statistics (3)

STA 261 Statistics (4)
3-4

Intermediate Composition - Choose one;

3 3

ENGL 2367 Composition II

ENG 112 Composition and Literature

ENGL 2567 Comp II: Gender and Identity

ENG 225 Advanced Composition

ENGL 2667 Comp II: Working Class Identity

ENG 225 Advanced Composition

ENGL 2767 Comp II: Writing About Science and Technology

ENG 225 Advanced Composition

Note: Students are encouraged to choose ENGL 2567 or ENGL 2667 to better meet EGS degree requirements at Miami University.

Visual/Performing Arts 3 Course equivalency depends on course selected; students are encouraged to choose a course in the Ohio Transfer Module 3
Total Credits 15-17 15-17
Fall Semester, Year 2
ENGL 2201 British Literature I** 3 ENG 273 English Literature 1660-1900 3
ENGL 2290 US Literature I** 3 ENG 275 American Literature to 1900 3
Natural Science - One of the following (one of the two Natural Science courses taken during the program must be a lab):
ASTRA 1161 The Solar System PHY 111 Astronomy and Space Physics (3)
BIO 1107 Human Biology BIO 161 Principles of Human Physiology (4)
BIO 1113 Biological Sciences I BIO 116 Biological Concepts (4)
BIO 1127 Intro to Environmental Science BIO 121 Environmental Biology (3)
BIO 2215 Intro to Microbiology MBI 161 Elementary Medical Microbiology (4)
CHEM 1100 Chemistry and Society CHM 111/ CHM111L Chem In Mod Society (3/1)
CHEM 1171 General Chemistry I CHM 141, CHM 141L College Chem (3,1)
GEOG 1900 Intro to Weather & Climate PHY 103, PHY 118 Concepts in Phys Lab, Intro to Atmospheric Science (1/3)
GEOG 2300 Intro to Physical Geography GEO 121 Earth's Physical Environment (4)
GEOL 1101 Intro to Earth Science GEO 121 Earth's Physical Environment (4)
GEOL 1105 Geology and the National Parks GLG 141 Geology of National Parks (3)
GEOL 1121 Physical Geology GLG 115, GLG 115L The Dynamic Earth, Understanding the Earth (3,1)

GEOL 1151 National Disasters

3

GLG 121 Environmental Geology (3)

3

Historical Study - One of the following:

3

 

3

HIST 1111 European History to 1648

HST 121 Western Civ Antiquity to 1500

HIST 1112 European History Since 1648

HST 122 Western Civ 1500 to the Present

HIST 1151 American History to 1877

HST 111 Survey of Am History 1492 -1877

HIST 1152 American History Since 1877

HST 112 Survey of Am History 1877 - present 

HIST 1181 World Civ I Non Western to 1500

HST 197 World History to 1500

HIST 1182 World Civ II Non Western Since 1500

HST 198 World History Since 1500

HIST 2223 African'American Hist I Before 1877

HST 221 African-American History

HIST 2224 African-Amerlcan Hist II Since 1877

HST**

Social Science - For the AA degree, students must take three Social Science courses chosen from two different categories (Individuals &  Groups, Organizations & Politics, and Human/ Natural & Economic Resources) on the AA general plan of study.

3

Course equivalency depends on course selected; students are encouraged to choose a course in the Ohio Transfer Module

3
Total Credits 15 15-16
Spring Semester, Year 2
ENGL 2202 British Literature II** 3 ENG 274 English Literature 1901 to Present 3
ENGL 2291 US Literature II** 3 ENG 276 American Literature 1900 to Present 3
ENGL 2260 Intro to Poetry**
or ENGL 2261 Intro to Fiction
3 ENG 123 Intro to Poetry
ENG 124 Intro to Fiction
3
Social Science - For the AA degree, students must take three Social Science courses chosen from two different categories (Individuals & Groups, Organizations & Politics, and Human, Natural & Economic Resources) on the AA general plan of study. 3 Course equivalency depends on course selected; students are encouraged to choose a course in the Ohio Transfer Module 3
AA Elective

Note: Students are encouraged to choose ENGL 2567 or ENGL 2667 to better meet EGS degree requirements at Miami University.
3 Course equivalency depends on course selected; students are encouraged to choose a course that meets an additional EGS requirement 3
Total Credits 15 15

*No exact Miami equivalent; comes over as a "T" credit
** Must earn a C grade or higher to receive credit (requirement for Associate of Arts in English at Columbus State Community College)

The following is an overview of the requirements in the 36 credit English Studies major:

BA in English Studies Requirements:
CORE:
ENG 298 Intro to Literary and Cultural Studies (3 cr)
EGS 301 Writing and the Professions (3 cr)
ENG 495 Capstone (3 cr)

DISTRIBUTION:
Readings in Literary History: Survey and Genre (9 cr)
Studies in Writing (at least one at 300/400 level) (6 cr)
Multicultural Perspectives (6 cr)
Additional 300/400 level EGS not used above (6 cr)

Table 2 shows how students completing their coursework at Columbus State Community College will have completed 15-18 of 36 required credit hours in the major:

Table 2 How Columbus State Community College Courses Meet Miami University EGS Requirements
Columbus State Community College Course Miami University English Studies Requirement Met
ENGL 2201 British Literature I
ENGL 2202 British Literature II
ENGL 2290 US Literature I
ENGL 2291 US Literature II
Readings in Literary History: Survey (6 credits). You can count two of these four courses (up to 6 credits) toward this requirement. Additional courses count as electives in the EGS major.
ENGL 2260 Intro to Poetry
ENGL 2261 Intro to Fiction
Readings in Literary History: Genre (3 credits). You can count one of these two courses (3 credits) toward this requirement

ENGL 2367 Composition II

ENGL 2567 Comp II: Gender and Identity
ENGL 2667 Comp II: Working Class identity

ENGL 2767 Comp II: Writing About Science and Technology

ENGL 2267 Creative Writing

Studies in Writing (6 credits): You can count one of these ENGL2XXX courses (3 credits) toward this requirement. Because this area requires at least one course at the 300/400 level, you will need to choose a 300/400 level course that meets this requirement at Miami University,

ENGL 2567 Comp II: Gender and Identity
ENGL 2667 Comp II: Working Class Identity
Courses equivalency depends on course selected; students are encouraged to choose a course in the Ohio Transfer Module.
Historical Study - One of the following:
HIST 1111 European History to 1648
HIST 1112 European History Since 1648
HIST 1151 American History to 1877
HIST 1152 American History Since 1877
HIST 1181 World Civ I Non Western to 1500
HIST 1182 World Civ II Non Western Since 1500
HIST 2223 African-American HIST I Before 1877
HIST 2224 Arican-American HIST II Since 1877

Multicultural Perspectives (6 credits): Students can petition the Languages, Literatures/ and Writing chair to count ENGL 2567 and ENGL 2667 in this category. If the student completes one of these courses, they will earn 3cr of the required 6cr in this category.

Note: Any CSCC ENGL courses that do not meet specific EGS requirements will count as elective credits except for ENGL 1100. A student may not double-count a course in two areas of EGS requirements - for example, a student completing ENGL 2567 may not have the course count for both the Studies in Writing and Multicultural Perspectives requirements.

Students completing the Associate of Arts in English at Columbus State Community College earn between 61-65 credit hours that transfer to Miami University. Students completing the Ohio Transfer Module at Columbus State Community College through their General Education credits will have completed Miami Plan Foundation I, II, III, IV, V, and the Miami Plan Thematic Sequence. Advanced Writing Requirement met through multiple course options in English Studies major.

At Miami University, transfer students who complete the Ohio Transfer Module will still need to complete: Intercultural Perspectives (3 credits), Experiential Learning (o credits), and Capstone (3 credits). These credits can be earned through completion of the major in English Studies. They will need to complete a total of 59-63 hours to reach the 124 required for the BA depending on what they have earned at Columbus State Community College.

Table 3 shows how a student completes the English Studies major having completed 15-18 of the required 36 credit hours through their coursework at Columbus State Community College. The table is merely a guide; student choices while at Columbus State Community College may require changes to how the student completes the degree at Miami University. In addition to the courses listed here, students will be expected to complete the required hours for graduation with a baccalaureate degree. Students are expected to meet with an advisor to discuss course selection and planning.

Table 3 Suggested Sequence for Degree Completion for Columbus State Community College Graduate Who Has Completed OTM
Third Year
Miami University
Fall Semester
Subject Code Course Number Course Title Credit Hours
ENG 298 Intro to Literary and Cultural Studies 3

 

Choose a course to meet the EGS Multicultural Perspectives requirement (if not met through CSCC course)

3

 

Choose a course to meet the Intercultural Perspectives requirement (if EGS Multicultural Perspectives course does not meet); otherwise, choose a free elective 3
Choose a free elective 3-4
Choose a free elective 3-4
Total Hours 15-17
Spring Semester
EGS 301 Writing and the Professions (note: meets Miami Plan Experiential Learning Requirement) 3
EGS 300/400 Choose an advanced EGS course 3
Choose a course to meet the EGS Multicultural Perspectives Requirement 3

 

Choose a free elective 3-4
Choose a free elective 3
Total Hours 15-16
Fourth Year
Fall Semester
ENG or
EGS
300/400 Choose a course to meet the Studies in Writing requirement 3
EGS 300/400 Choose an advanced EGS course 3

 

Choose a free elective

3

 

Choose a free elective 3

 

Choose a free elective

3
Total Hours 15
Spring Semester
EGS 495 Capstone (note: meets Miami Plan Capstone requirement) 3
Choose free elective 3
Choose free elective 3
Choose free elective 3
Total Hours 15

Information about the English Studies degree program can be accessed here:

http://miamioh.edu/regionals/academics/deoartments/llw/academics/maiors/index.html

More information can be received by contacting the department via email, phone, or in person:

204B Rentschler Hall
Hamilton Campus
513-785.3232
llw@MiamiOH.edu

Students are encouraged to reach out to the department via email or phone with any questions they have about the program.