Cincinnati State Associate of Arts

Articulation Agreement

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

Catalog Year: 2017-2018

Description

The Associate of Arts at Cincinnati 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 36 credit hours. At least 18 of those hours must be earned at Miami, including the 12 of the final 30 credit hours. The matches below indicate specific courses you may be awarded after successfully completing those courses and transferring to Miami University.

Note: Neither Miami University nor Cincinnati State Community College shall use the name, logo, likeness, trademarks, image or other intellectual property of either of the other parties for any advertising, marketing, endorsement or any other purposes without the specific prior written consent of an authorized representative of the other party as to each such use. Cincinnati State Community College may refer to the affiliation with Miami in public information materials regarding the relevant Program. Miami reserves the right to review and request modification of Cincinnati State Community College’s reference to Miami as necessary. Cincinnati State Community College may refer to the affiliation with Miami in its brochures and other public information materials having to do with the Program.

Contacts

Cincinnati State Community College: 

Jen Martin, Program Chair, Associate of Arts Degree | jennifer.martin@cincinnatistate.edu

Miami University:

Dr. Whitney Womack Smith, Chair, Department of Languages, Literatures, and Writing | womackwa@MiamiOH.edu

Tuition Information: One Stop for Student Success Services

Course Matches
Cincinnati State  Miami University
ENG 101 English Composition I  (3) ENG 111 Rhetoric and Composition  (3)
ENG 131 Creative Writing (Directed Elective)  (3) ENG 226 Creative Writing  (3)

One of the following from OTM Arts/Humanities Column B:

LIT 210 The Short Story 
LIT 220 Poetry 
LIT 230 Drama 

 

(3)




ENG 231 The Short Story 
ENG 123 Introduction to Poetry 
ENG 125 Introduction to Drama 

 

 

(3)

LIT 285 Women Writers (Directed Elective) (3) ENG 232 Women Writers  (3)

Two of the following:

LIT 251 American Lit to 1865 
LIT 255 American Lit since 1865 
LIT 261 British Lit: Medieval Period to 1800 
LIT 262 British Lit: 1800 to present (Directed Elective) 

(3) 



ENG 275 American Literature to 1900 
ENG 276 American Literature 1900 to the present 
ENG 272 English Literature to 1660 
ENG 274 English Literature 1901 to present 
(3)
LIT 255 African American Literature (Directed Elective)  (3) **TEnglish  (3)
FYE 1xx First Year Experience Course  (1) EDT 110 Learning Strategies for College Success  (1)
ENG 102 English Composition 2  (3) ENG 112 Composition and Literature  (3)
MAT 131 Statistics 1  (3) STA 261 Statistics  (3)
COMM 110 Public Speaking  (3) STC 135 Principles of Public Speaking  (3)
List A TM Social/Behavior Sciences HST***  (3) **THistory   (3)
PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology  (3) PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology  (3)

List A TM Arts/Humanities Choose from:

ART 110, ART 111, ART 112, or MUS 110 

 

(3)

ART 181 Concepts in Art 3
ART 187 Hist of West Art: Prehist-Gothic 
ART 188 Hist of West Art: Ren – Mod 
MUS 135 Understanding Jazz 
(3)
TM Natural/Physical Science Choose two courses from OTM list 6 (6) Meets Miami Plan Foundation IV  (6)
HUM 190 Career Exploration Seminar  (2) EDL 100 Career Development for the College Student  (2)
Co-op/Internship in consultation with Coordinator (3) Meets Miami Plan Experiential Learning requirement  (3)

MAT 115 or MAT 105 Pre-Statistics or Quantitative Reasoning for the Sciences
(if required based on COMPASS placement scores) 

 

(3)

 MTH 119 Quantitative Reasoning **MTH  

(3) 


**This course does not have a Miami University equivalent; it will be “T” courses on the student’s transcript. The student can
petition for this course to count toward EGS requirements as described below.

BA in English Studies Requirements

Core

  • ENG 298 Intro to Literary and Cultural Studies (3)
  • EGS 301 Writing and the Professions (3)
  • ENG 495 Capstone (3)

Distribution

  • Readings in Literary History: Survey and Genre (9)
  • Studies in Writing (at least one at 300/400 level) (6)
  • Multicultural Perspectives (6 cr) Additional 300/400 level EGS not used above (6)
Course Matches
Cincinnati State Course Miami University English Studies
Requirement Met

LIT 251
LIT 255
LIT 261
LIT 262

Readings in Literary History: Survey (6). You can count two of these four classes (up to 6 credits) toward this requirement.

LIT 210
LIT 220
LIT 230

Readings in Literary History: Genre (3). You can count one of these three courses toward this requirement. 

LIT 285
LIT 255

Multicultural Perspectives (6)

ENG 131

Studies in Writing (3)

Cincinnati State Degree Requirements and Miami Equivalencies

Catalog Year: 2017-2018

Cincinnati State Contact Name and Information:

Jen Martin, Program Chair, Associate of Arts Degree |  jennifer.martin@cincinnatistate.edu

Description The Associate of Arts degree at Cincinnati State is comprised of 62 credit hours, and successful completion of the degree ensures completion of the Ohio Transfer Module. The blueprint below outlines how a student can tailor the Associate of Arts degree to meet the transfer needs for the Bachelor of Arts in English Studies at Miami University.

Associate of Arts to Bachelor of Arts in English Studies Course Matches
Requirements Cincinnati State  Miami University
FYE Experience (1) FYE 1xx  First Year Experience Course:
Choose in consultation with Advisor
EDT 110 Learning Strategies for College Success
TM ENGLISH COMPOSITION: (6)  ENG 101 English Composition 1 ENG 111 (Foundation I)
ENG 102 or 103 English Composition 2:
Contemporary Issues or Topics in Literature
English Composition (Foundation I)
TM MATHEMATICS: (3) MAT 1341 Statistics 1 STA 261 Statistics
TM ORAL COMMUNICATION: (3) COMM 110 Public Speaking STC 135 Principles of Public Speaking
TM SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES:(6)  List A HST *** Satisfies Social Sciences (Foundation IV)
PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology
TM ARTS/HUMANITIES: (6) List A Choose from: ART 110, ART 111,
ART 112, or MUS 110
Satisfies Creative Arts (Foundation II)
List B Choose from: LIT 210, LIT 220,
or LIT 230
Readings in Literary History: Genre
TM NATURAL/PHYSICAL SCIENCE: (6) Science: Choose from Cincinnati State OTM List Satisfies Natural Sciences (Foundation V)
Science: Choose from Cincinnati State OTM List Satisfies Natural Sciences (Foundation V)
TRANSFER MODULE ELECTIVES: (6) LIT Elective: Choose from: LIT 251 or LIT 261 Readings in Literary History: Survey (part 1)
LIT Elective: Choose from: LIT 252 or LIT 262
(must choose next course in same sequence as previous LIT Elective)
Readings in Literary History: Survey (part 2)
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION: (4) HUM 190: Career Exploration Seminar: Associate of Arts and Sciences EDL 100 Career Development for the College Student
Co-op/Internship in consultation with coordinator Co-op credit??
DIRECTED ELECTIVES: (21) MAT 115 or MAT 105 Pre-Statistics or Quantitative Reasoning
for the Sciences (if required based on COMPASS placement scores)
Elective SPN, FRN, or ITP 101 Foreign Language 101
Elective SPN, FRN, or ITP 102 Foreign Language 102
LIT 255 African American Literature Multicultural Perspectives
LIT 285 Women Writers Multicultural Perspectives
ENG 131 Creative Writing: Poetry Studies in Writing
Elective Open

** Miami Regional Requirements for Global Perspectives and Thematic Sequence Requirement are considered met if the Ohio Transfer Module is complete at time of transfer. Graduation from the Associate of Arts degree at Cincinnati State guarantees a completed Ohio Transfer Module.