Beginning a Bachelor’s Degree Program at a Regional Campus

Students may take course work at Miami Hamilton, Miami Middletown, and Voice of America Learning Center to begin a bachelor's degree in most majors. Degrees can be completed in CIT, NSG, ENT, or BIS departments on the regional campuses, in other departments at the Oxford campus, or at other four-year institutions. Students may relocate (take the majority of credit hours in Oxford) as a matriculated Miami University student with at least a 2.00 cumulative grade point average, an acceptable conduct record, and after earning at least 20 hours of Miami University college-level course work (not including developmental 00_classes, CLEP, AP and PSEOP credit). Regional campus students must complete the relocation form and contact the regional campus advising office. These requirements will be verified as of the start of the approved relocation term by the Office of the Registrar. Students wishing to relocate to Oxford with exceptions to these requirements must contact the Oxford campus divisional office in consultation with the student’s regional campus advising office.

For example, the first year of a bachelor degree program in psychology can be completed at Hamilton and/or Middletown campus as follows:

Psychology (A.B.)

First semester

ENG 111 Composition and Rhetoric (3) (MPF I)

PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology (4) (MPF)

Humanities or fine arts (3) (MPF)

Natural science (preferably a biological science) (3) (MPF)

Foreign language (3-5) CAS-A

Second semester

ENG 112 Composition and Literature (3) (MPF)

STA 261 Statistics (4) (MP) CAS-E

Humanities or fine arts (3) (MPF)

Natural science (3-4) (MPF)

Foreign language (3-5) CAS-A

Some programs have special admission requirements or limited entry. It is important to check your major’s requirements with your adviser.

For more information on continuing toward a bachelor’s degree, contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at either the Hamilton campus or the Middletown campus.

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