Sinclair Community College Associate of Arts in English

Articulation Agreement

  • Originating Institution: Sinclair 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: March 2018

Description

The Associate of Arts in English at Sinclair 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. Students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours offered through Miami, including 12 of the final 30 hours required for the baccalaureate degree. The matches below indicate specific courses you may be awarded after successfully completing those courses and transferring to Miami University. 

This document is meant to be a guide only.  Your final degree requirements are established when you enter  Miami and are detailed in your Degree Audit Report (DAR) provided by Miami. Work closely with a Miami academic advisor (listed below) to clarify your final requirements. 

Students entering this program must meet all Miami University admission requirements available on the Miami Regionals Admission website.

To graduate with a BA in English Studies, students must also meet Miami’s general requirements for graduation, including a minimum of 30 credit hours taken at Miami, 12 of the last 30 credit hours taken at Miami, and a 2.00 cumulative grade point average upon graduation.

Advising Contacts

Sinclair Community College: 

Kate Geiselman, Chair and Professor of English | kathryn.geiselman@sinclair.edu

Miami University:

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

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Program Requirements

First Year

Course Matches
Sinclair English AA Miami University English Studies BA
Fall Semester
COM 2206 Interpersonal Communication  (3) STC 136 Intro: Interpersonal Communication  (3)

ENG 1101 English Composition I 

(3)

ENG 111 College Composition

(3)

LIT 2220 Introduction to Literature 

(3)

ENG 122 Popular Literature 

(3)

PSY 1100 General Psychology 

(OTM Soc & Beh Elective 3 hours)

(3)

PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology 

(3)

SCC 1101 First Year Experience 

(1)

EDL 110 The University and the Student 

(1)

Spring Semester

ART 1110 Art Appreciation: Introduction to Art & Art Media

(OTM Arts & Hum Elective 3 hours) 

(3)

ART 181 Concepts in Art 

(3)

BIS 1120 Introduction to Software Applications 

(3)

CMR 181 Computers and Business 

(3)

ENG 1201 English Composition II 

(3)

ENG 112 Composition & Literature 

(3)

LIT 2230 Great Books of the Western World 

(3)

ENGT** 

(3)

SOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology (Associate of Arts elective 3 hours) 

(3)

SOC 151 Social Relations 

(3)

Summer Semester/Term

LIT 2234 Literature of Africa, Asia & Latin America 3

(3)

ENGT** 

(3)

MAT 1445 Quantitative Reasoning (OTM Mathematics Elective 3 hours) 3

(3)

MAT 119 Quantitative Reasoning 

(3)

PHI 2204 Great Books: Philosophy (Associate of Arts elective 3 hours) 3

(3)

PHLT** 

(3)

Total Hours:

37 

Total Hours: 

37

Second Year 

Course Matches
Sinclair English AA Miami University English Studies BA
Fall Semester

BIO 1111/1117 General Biology I (OTM Science Elective – 3 hours) 

(4)

BIOT** 

(4)

LIT 2211 American Literature I 

(3)

ENG 275 American Literature to 1900 

(3)

LIT 2201 British Literature I 

(3)

ENG 272 English Literature to 1600 

(3)

PSY 2217 Abnormal Psychology (OTM Soc & Beh Elective 3 hours) 

(3)

PSY 242 Abnormal Psychology 

(3)

Spring Semester

BIO 1211/1217 General Biology II (OTM Science Elective – 3 hours) 

(4)

BIOT**

(3)

GEO 1101 Human Geography (OTM Soc & Beh Elective 3 hours) 

(3)

GEO 101 Global Forces, Local Diversity 

 

(3)

LIT 2202 British Literature II 

(3)

ENG 273 English Literature 1660-1901

 

(3)

LIT 2212 American Literature II 

(3)

ENG 276 American Literature 
1900–present 

(3)

Total Hours:

26

Total Hours:

26

**These courses do not have Miami University equivalents; they will be recorded as “T” courses on the student’s transcript. The student can petition for the ENGT** courses 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)
  • Additional 300/400 level EGS not used above (6)

Course Matches
Sinclair Course Miami University English Studies
Requirement Met

LIT 2201 British Literature I

LIT 2202 British Literature II

LIT 2211 American Literature I

LIT 2212 American Literature II 

The remaining course(s) will count as an ENG elective.

Choose two of these courses to count for Readings in Literary History (Survey).

LIT 2230 Great Books of the Western World

LIT 2220 Introduction to Literature

The remaining course will count as an ENG elective.

Choose one of these two courses to meet the Readings in Literary History: Genre (3)

 

LIT 2234 Literature of Africa, Asia & Latin America

Multicultural Perspectives (3)

The list below explains how a student completes the English Studies major. 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.

Third Year

Miami University

Fall Semester 

  • **Choose a course to meet the Multicultural Perspectives requirement (3)
  • ENG 298 Intro to Literary and Cultural Studies (3)

Spring Semester

  • EGS 301 Writing and the Professions (3)
  • **Choose a course to meet the Studies in Writing requirement (3)

Fourth Year

Fall Semester

  • **Choose a course to meet the Studies in Writing requirement (3)
    EGS 300/400 **Choose an advanced EGS course (3)
Spring Semester
  • EGS 300/400 **Choose an advanced EGS course (3)
  • EGS 495 Capstone (3)

Questions

Q. What are the admission requirements for being generally admitted to Miami University? Are there any specific requirements for this program?

A. See University requirements for transfer students. There are no special requirements for admission to the program.

Q. How and when should a prospective student contact the University about the English Studies (EGS) program?

A. Access information about the EGS program. More information may be received by contacting the department via email, phone or in person:

204B Rentschler Hall
Hamilton Campus
513-785-3232
llw@MiamiOH.edu