Recommended Oxford Campus College Credit Plus (CCP) Courses

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The courses listed below have been recommended as offerings in the CCP program at Miami University's Oxford Campus.

Course offerings vary by semester. This list does not reflect available courses. Other courses may be approved by an adviser.

It is the student’s responsibility, with the guidance of their school, to know which courses count towards high school graduation requirements.

All grades received by students in this program are reviewed by college admission offices and thus, participation in the program needs to be carefully considered.

College of Arts and Science


AMS 205 Introduction to American Cultures
AMS 207 America – A Global Perspective (prerequisite: must complete a US history course)
CHI 251 Traditional Chinese Literature in English Translation
CHI 252 Modern Chinese Literature in English Translation
CHI 255 Drama in China and Japan in Translation
CHI 264 Chinese Cinema and Culture
CLS 121 Introduction to Classical Mythology
ENG 121 Comedy or Tragedy
ENG 122 Popular Literature
ENG 123 Introduction to Poetry
ENG 124 Introduction to Fiction
ENG 125 Introduction to Drama
ENG 131, 132, 133 Life and Thought in English Literature
ENG 134 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG 141, 142, 143 Life and Thought in American Literature
ENG 144 Major American Authors
ENG 161 Literature and Politics
ENG 162 Literature and Identity
ENG 163 Literature and Travel
ENG 165 Literature and Sexuality
GER 151 The German-American Experience
GER 232 The Holocaust in German Literature, History, and Film
GER 251 German Literature in Translation: Changing Concepts of the Self
GER 252 The German-Jewish Experience
HST 111, 112 Survey of American History
HST 121, 122 Western Civilization
HST 197, 198 World History
HST 224 Africa to 1884
HST 225 The Making of Modern Africa
HST 241 Introduction to Islamic History
HST 242 The History of the Modern Middle East
HST 243 History of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1400s to 1800s
HST 245 Making of Modern Europe, 1450-1750
HST 246 Survey of Medieval History
HST 260 Latin America in the United States
JPN 255 Drama in China and Japan in English Translation
PHL 103 Society and the Individual
PHL 104 Purpose or Chance in the Universe
PHL 105 Theories of Human Nature
PHL 106 Thought and Culture of India
PHL 131 Problems of Moral and Social Values
RUS 137 Russian Folklore
RUS 255 Russian Literature from Pushkin to Dostoevsky in English
RUS 256 Russian Literature in English Translation: From Tolstoy to Nabokov
RUS 257 Literature in Translation from Pasternak to the Present
RUS 263 Soviet & Post-Soviet Russian Cinema

Foreign Language

Students who intend to take courses in Spanish, German, or French (at any level) must take a placement test to determine the appropriate first course. Students who intend to take any other language course beyond the 101 level must take a placement test to determine the appropriate first course. CCP students may enroll in any of the languages listed below at the 101, 102, 201, or 202 level according to placement test results:

  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • French
  • German
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Hindi
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Latin
  • Russian
  • Spanish

Other approved foreign language courses:

FRE 301 Culture and Interpretation
FRE 341 Conversation and Current Events in France
FRE 361 French Pronunciation
GER 241 Intermediate German Conversation
GER 301 German Languages Through the Media
GER 311 Passionate Friendships in German Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present
GER 312 Coming of Age in German Life and Thought
POR 111 Accelerated Introduction to Portuguese
POR 211 Intermediate Portuguese
SPN 311 Grammar Review and Introductory Composition
SPN 312 Introduction to Spanish Language/Linguistics
SPN 315 Introduction to Hispanic Literatures

Mathematics and Statistics

Students must take the Oxford online placement test to determine the appropriate first course for all math/stats courses.

MTH 151 Calculus I and higher based on placement score
STA 261 Statistics and higher where prerequisite has been met

Social Science

ATH 145 Lost Cities & Ancient Civilizations
ATH 155 Anthropology, Cultures in Context
ATH 175 Anthropology, Peoples of the World
ATH 185 Cultural Diversity in the U.S.
GEO 101 Global Forces, Local Diversity
GEO 111 World Regional Geography
GTY 154 Aging in American Society
POL 101 Politics and National Issues
POL 102 Politics and Global Issues
POL 142 American Politics and Diversity
POL 241 American Political System
PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology
SJS 165 Introduction to Social Justice Studies
SOC 153 Sociology in a Global Context
WGS 201 Intro to Women’s Studies

Biological Science

BIO 101 Biotechnology: Coming of Age in the 21st Century
BIO/MBI 115 Biological Concepts: Ecology, Evolution, Genetics, and Diversity LAB*
BIO/MBI 116 Biological Concepts: Structure, Function, Cellular, and Molecular Bio LAB*
BIO 121 Environmental Biology
BIO 131 Plants, Humanity, and Environment
BIO 161 Human Physiology, LAB
BIO 176 Ecology of North America
BIO 181 Medicinal and Therapeutic Plants
BIO 191 Plant Biology, LAB
MBI 111 Microorganisms and Human Disease
MBI 115 Biological Concepts: Ecology, Evolution, Genetics, and Diversity*
MBI 116 Biological Concepts: Structure, Function, Cellular, and Molecular Biology*
MBI 121 The Microbial World
MBI 123 Experimenting with Microbes, LAB (pre-req. /co-req. MBI 111 or 121)
MBI 131 Community Health Perspectives
MBI 143 Parasitology and Mycology Lab

*These courses are appropriate for students interested in a biological science major or pre-medicine.

Physical Science

CHM 111 + 111.L Chemistry in Modern Society, LAB
CHM 141R/CHM 141 + 144 College Chemistry and College Chemistry LAB (MTH 125 placement or higher)
CHM 142 + 145 College Chemistry, LAB (pre-requisite CHM 141 & 144)
GEO 121 Earth’s Physical Environment
GLG 111 The Dynamic Earth
GLG 115L Geology Lab
GLG 121 Environmental Geology
GLG 141 Geology of U.S. National Parks
PHY 101 Physics and Science
PHY 103 Concepts in Physics LAB (pre-req./co-req. of PHY 101, 111, 121, 141)
PHY 111 Astronomy and Space Physics
PHY 118 Introduction to Atmospheric Science
PHY 121 Energy and Environment
PHY 131 Physics for Music
PHY 161 Physics for Life Sciences with LAB I (pre-req of MTH 125 OR placement into MTH 151)
PHY 162 Physics for Life Sciences with LAB II (pre-req of PHY 161 with a C or above)
PHY 191 General Physics with LAB I (placement into MTH 151, recommended co-requisite)
PHY 192 General Physics with LAB II (pre-req of PHY 191 with a C or above)

College of Creative Arts

ARC 107 Global Design
ARC 188 Ideas in Western Architecture
ART 185 India and Southeast Asia
ART 187 History of Western Art – Prehistoric
ART 188 History of Western Art – Renaissance – Modern
ART 286 China, Korea, Japan
MUS 135 Understanding Jazz, Its History and Evolution
MUS 185 The Diverse Worlds of Music
MUS 186 Global Music for the iPod
MUS 189 Great Ideas in Western Music
THE 123 Acting for the Non-Major: Text and Performance
THE 191 Theatre Appreciation

NOTE: Private music lessons are available only on an audition and space available basis. Additional fee required. Hands-on ART courses are not authorized for CCP.

College of Education, Health & Society

EDP 101 Critical Issues in the Psychology of the Learner
EDP 201 Human Development and Learning in Social & Educational Contexts
EDT 181/182 Physical Science
EDT 190 Introduction to Education
FSW 201 Introduction to Social Work
FSW 206 Social Welfare: Impact on Diverse Groups
KNH 188 Physical Activity and Health

NOTE: Basic KNH courses (i.e., KNH 110-170) are NOT authorized for the CCP program.

College of Engineering and Computing

CEC 101 Computing, Engineering, and Society
CSE 102 Introduction to Computing and Engineering
CSE 141 Personal Computer Applications
CSE 151 Computers, Computer Science, and Society
CSE 153 Introduction to C/C++ Programming
CSE 163 Introduction to Computer Concepts and Programming
CSE 174 Fundamentals of Programming and Problem Solving
CSE 243 Problem Analysis Using Computer Tools
CSE 271 Object-Oriented Programming
ECE 102 Computing and Engineering
MME 102 Introduction to Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
MME 213 Computational Methods in Engineering (prereq: any of MME 102, ECE/CSE/CPB/CEC 102)

Department Abbreviations

  • AMS - American Studies
  • ARC - Architecture
  • ART - Art
  • ATH - Anthropology
  • BIO - Biology
  • BWS - Black World Studies
  • CHM - Chemistry
  • CLS - Classics
  • COM - Communication
  • CSE - Computer Science Engineering
  • ECO - Economics
  • EDL - Educational Leadership
  • EDP - Educational Psychology
  • EDT - Teacher Education
  • ENG - English
  • ENT - Engineering Technology
  • FST - Film Studies
  • FSW - Family Studies & Social Work
  • GEO - Geography
  • GLG - Geology
  • GTY - Gerontology
  • HST - History
  • IDS - Interdisciplinary Studies
  • ITS - International Studies
  • KNH - Kinesiology & Health
  • JRN - Journalism
  • LAS - Latin American Studies
  • MAC - Media & Culture
  • MBI - Microbiology
  • MGT - Management
  • MTH - Math
  • MUS - Music
  • PHL - Philosophy
  • PHY - Physics
  • POL - Political Science
  • PSY - Psychology
  • REL - Religion
  • SOC - Sociology
  • STA - Statistics
  • THE - Theatre
  • WGS - Women, Gender, & Society