Courses

College Credit Plus

Wright State University Lake Campus

Level One Classes for College Credit Plus

Beginning with Summer 2018, College Credit Plus (CCP) students are eligible to enroll in courses from the Wright State University Catalog which meet House Bill 49 requirements, and for which they meet all course prerequisites. The Dynamic Schedule, with course CRNs and Section Numbers may be accessed online.

In compliance with House Bill 49, students must follow the "First 15" Rule and complete 15 credit hours in Level I before progressing to Level II.*

 

Level I Courses may be:

  1. A transferable course: Part of CTAG, OTM, or TAG or equivalent at private college/university (CTAG: Career-Technical Assurance Guides; OTM: Ohio Transfer Module; TAG: Transfer Assurance Guides)
  2. Courses in computer science, information technology, anatomy, physiology, or foreign language, including American Sign Language
  3. Technical certificate course
  4. 15-credit hour or 30 credit-hour model pathway course
  5. Study skills, academic or career success skills course
  6. Internship course
  7. Another course that may be approved by the Chancellor on an annual basis

*Exceptions to the "First 15" Rule may be made if the student wishes to continue with course in the same subject or tests directly into Level II course. Students who have attained the required scores on AP or IB course examinations may count the course toward the First 15.'

Level I Courses

Subject

Course Number

Course Name

AFS

2000

What is the African and African American Experience?

ANT

2100

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

ART

2140

Themes in Visual Culture

ASL

1010

American Sign Language I

BIO

1050

Biology of Food

BIO

1060

Global Ecology and Diversity

BIO

1070

Health and Disease

BIO

1120

Cells and Genes

BIO

1150

Organisms and Ecosystems

CHM

1020

Elementary Organic Chemistry with Applications

CHM

1050

Chemistry of Our World: Living Things

CHM

1210

General Chemistry I

CHM

1220

General Chemistry II

CLS

1500

Introduction to Greek and Roman Culture

COM

1010

Essentials of Public Address

COM

1040

Introduction to Human Communication

CS

1010

Introduction to Computers and Office Productivity Software

EC

2000

Economic Life

EC

2040

Principles of Microeconomics

EC

2050

Principles of Macroeconomics

ED

2600

Introduction to Education

ED

2700

Educational Psychology

EES

1030

The Paleobiology of Dinosaurs

EES

1050

Dynamic Earth

EES

2510

Earth Systems

ENG

1100

Academic Writing and Reading

ENG

2100

Research Writing and Argumentation

ENG

2040

Great Books: Literature

ENG

2310

Comparative Literature: Non-Western Literatures

GER

1010

Beginning German I

HST

1100

Western Civilizations to 1500

HST

1200

The West and the World Since 1500

IT

1010

Graphic Terminology and Design

IT

1210

Introduction to Photography for Design and Science

IT

1220

Advanced Photography for Design and Science

IT

1300

Illustration

IT

1400

Layout and Typography

IT

1410

Digital Media I

IT

2010

Photoshop I

IT

2020

Photoshop II

IT

2200

Web Theory and Design I

IT

2210

Web Theory and Design II

IT

2220

Digital Animation I

IT

2300

E-Commerce Advertising

IT

2320

Publication Design

IT

2350

Branding Experience Concepts

IT

2500

Promotional Design

MS

2040

Introduction to Business Statistics

MTH

1280

College Algebra

MTH

2280

Business Calculus

MTH

2300

Calculus I

MTH

2310

Calculus II

MP

1310

The Moving Image

MUS

2140

Music in Western Culture

MUS

2420

Comparative Non-Western Cultures

MUS

2900

African American Music: America and Beyond

PHY

1050

Physics of How Things Work

PHY

1060

Astronomy

PHY

1110

Principles of Physics I

PHY

2400

General Physics I

PLS

2000

Power and Politics

PLS

2120

American National Government

PLS

2510

Comparative Nonwestern Social Systems

PSY

1010

Introduction to Psychology

REL

2040

Bible, Qur'an, and Western Culture

REL

2320

Nonwestern Religions

SOC

2000

Introduction to Sociology

SPN

1010

Beginning Spanish I

STT

2640

Elementary Statistics

SW

2700

Introduction to Social Work

TH

2140

Theatre in Western Culture

URS

2000

Growth and Change in Urban Society

WGS

2000

Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

Please note-Some classes have specific requirements that must be met such as math placement level or pre- requisites prior to enrollment.

 

Level II

Any other college course that is not a Level I course.

Additionally, House Bill 49 adds the following Non-allowable courses:

  • One-on-one private instruction courses
  • Course with fees that exceed an amount set by Chancellor
  • 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 courses and sectarian religion courses

Any of these courses are non-allowable unless Chancellor approves for certificate or degree completion (six weeks prior to term request; see rule for details).

Lake Campus students should print and fill out the Lake Campus College Credit Plus Advising  Form (PDF). (This form is only for students who will attend the Lake Campus in Celina, Ohio.)

Eligibility for enrollment is based on the student’s high school performance, recommendations from the high school, standardized test scores, and placement examinations. Student admission requirements are detailed on the Enrollment Process webpage.