University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Associate of Arts

Articulation Agreement

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

Catalog Year: 2018-2019

Description

The Associate of Arts in English at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College partners well with the Bachelor of Arts in English Studies degree at Miami University.

The Bachelor of Arts in English Studies requires 124 credit hours, which includes 36 credit hours in the major. The matches below indicate specific courses you may be awarded after successfully completing those courses and transferring to Miami University.

This agreement becomes effective upon its signing by both Colleges and will remain effective for a period of two years at which time it will be reviewed and may be renegotiated.

Contacts

Miami University:

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

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Table 1 shows how a student completes an Associate of Arts degree in English at UC Blue Ash and how those courses count at Miami University.

Table 1 University of Cincinnati to Miami University Equivalencies
University of Cincinnati Blue Ash - AA English Miami University - BA English Studies

Fall Semester, Year 1

ENGL 1001 English Composition (3) ENG 111
Composition and Rhetoric (not counted in major)
(3)
INTR 1010 Introduction to the Liberal Arts (3) IDST** [No Miami equivalent; elective credit] (3)

History (HP) – choose one:

HIST 1001 United States History I

Or HIST 1003 World History I

Or HIST 1005 European History I

 

(3)

 

HST 111 Survey of American History

Or HST 197 World History to 1500

Or HST 121 Western Civilization

 

 

(3)

Foreign Language (3-5) Foreign Language (3-5)

Social Science (SS) – choose one course

(3) 

Satisfies Social Sciences (3)

Spring Semester, Year 1

(3)
American Literature – choose one:
ENGL 2007 Survey of American Literature I
Or ENGL 2008 Survey of American Literature II
(1) ENG 275 American Literature to 1900
Or ENG 276 American Literature 1900 to present
(1)
Creative Writing or Literature (3) ENGT** (3)
History – choose one:
HIST 1002 United States History II
Or HIST 1004 World History II
Or HIST 1006 European History II
(3) HST 112 Survey of American History
Or HST 198 World History Since 1500
Or HST 122 Western Civilization
(3)
Foreign Language (3-5) Foreign Language (3-5)
Social Science (SS) – choose one course from a different A&S discipline (3) Course equivalency determined based on which course is selected. (3)

Fall Semester, Year 2

(3)

English Literature – choose one:
ENGL 2134 Survey of English Literature I
Or ENGL 2135 Survey of English Literature II
(Before fall 2018, ENGB 2034 and ENGB 2035)

 

(3)

ENG 273 English Literature 1660-1900
Or ENG 274 English Literature 1901 to present
(3)
Global/Ethnic/Minority Lit – choose one:
ENGL 2021 World Literature I
Or ENGL 2022 World Literature II
Or ENGL 2054 Women’s Literature
OR ENGL 2080 Ethnic Literatures of the United States
(3) ENGT** (3)
Foreign Language (3) Foreign Language (3)
MATH or STAT (3) Satisfies Mathematics, Formal Reasoning, Technology (Foundation V) (3)

Natural Science

 

(3)

Satisfies Natural Sciences (Foundation IV)

(3) 

Spring Semester, Year 2

 

ENGL 2089 Intermediate Composition

(3) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (3)

Creative Writing Course – choose one:
ENGL 2011 Introduction to Creative Writing: Fiction
Or ENGL 2013 Introduction to Creative NonfictionOr ENGL 2017 Introduction to Creative Writing: Poetry
OR ENGL 2027 Introduction to Creative Writing: Drama

(3) ENG 226 Creative Writing: Short Story and Poetry
 
ENGT**
ENGT**
 
ENGT**
(3)

2000-level Literature Course – choose one:
ENGL 2001 Topics in Literature
Or ENGL 2022 Topics in Literature
Or ENGL 2036 Contemporary World Literature: The Short Story
Or ENGL 2037 Contemporary World Literature: Poetry
Or ENGL 2075 Introduction to Literature

(3) ENGT**
ENGT**
ENG 231 The Short Story
ENGT**
ENGT**
ENGT**
ENGT**
(3)

Foreign Language

(3) Foreign Language (3)

Natural Science

(3) Satisfies Natural Sciences (Foundation IV) (3)

Table 2 includes only courses in the English major at UC Blue Ash and their Miami University equivalencies.

Table 2 UC Blue Ash ENGL Courses and Miami ENG Course Equivalencies
University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Miami University
Course Title Credits Course Title Credits
ENGL 2007
or
ENGL 2008
American Literature I
 
American Literature II
(3) ENG 275
 
ENG 276
Amer Lit to 1900
 
Am Lit 1900 to present

(3)

(3)

Choose one 3 credit course from Creative Writing or Literature Electives Group:
Creative Writing
ENGL 2011
ENGL 2013
ENGL 2017
ENGL 2027
or
Literature
ENGL 2001
ENGL 2002
ENGL 2035
ENGL 2036
ENGL 2037
ENGL 2075
ENGL 2095
ENGL 2096
Note: Please see rest of the table for UC Blue Ash courses and Miami equivalencies (3) (3)
ENGL 2134
or
ENGL 2135
(before Fall 2018, ENGB 2034 and ENGB 2035)
English Literature I
 
English Literature II

(3)

(3)

ENG 273
 
ENG 274
Eng Lit 1660-1900
 
Eng Lit 1901 to present

(3)

(3)

2000 Level Lit
Choose one:
ENGL2001
ENGL2002
ENGL2035
ENGL2036
ENGL2037
ENGL2075
ENGL2095
ENGL2096
Topics in Lit
Topics in Lit
Contemporary Novel
Con World Lit: Short Story
Con World Lit: Poetry
Intro to Lit
Study Abroad English I
Study Abroad English II

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(1-6)
(1-6)

ENGT**
ENGT**
ENGT**
ENG 231
ENGT**
ENGT**
ENGT**
ENGT**
The Short Story

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(1-6)
(1-6)

**These courses do not have Miami University equivalents; they will be recorded as “T” courses on the student’s transcript. With the assistance of their academic advisor, the student requests (through petition) for the ENGT**courses to count toward English Studies requirements as described below. Students can expect that ENGT courses will be counted as described here. ENGL2001, ENGL2002, ENGL 2095, and ENGL 2096 will be reviewed individually based on the class topic, assignments, and activities. Students are advised to keep a copy of their syllabi for these courses.

The following is an overview of the requirements in the 36 credit English Studies major:

BA in English Studies Requirements:

CORE:

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

DISTRIBUTION:

Readings in Literary History: Survey and Genre (9 cr) Studies in Writing (at least one at 300/400 level) (6 cr) Multicultural Perspectives (6 cr) Additional 300/400 level EGS not used above (6 cr)

Table 3 shows how students completing their coursework at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash will have completed 18 of 36 required credit hours in the major:

Table 3 How UC Blue ENGL Courses Meet Miami University EGS Requirements
UC Blue Ash Course Miami University English Studies Requirement Met
ENGL2007
ENGL2008
ENGL2134
ENGL2135
Readings in Literary History: Survey (6 credits). You can count two of these four courses (up to 6 credits) toward this requirement.
ENGL2035
ENGL2036
ENGL2037
ENGL2075
Readings in Literary History: Genre (3 credits). You can count one of these four courses (3 credits) toward this requirement.
ENGL2011
ENGL2013
ENGL2017
ENGL2027
Studies in Writing (6 credits):  You can count one of these four courses (3 credits) toward this requirement. Because this area requires at least one course at the 300/400 level, additional courses in this area count as electives.
ENGL2021
ENGL2022
ENGL2054
ENGL2080
ENGL2095
ENGL2096
Multicultural Perspectives (6 credits).  You can count two of these four courses (up to 6 credits) toward this requirement.

Students completing the Associate of Arts in English at the University of Cincinnati at Blue Ash earn between 60-64 credit hours that transfer to Miami University. Students completing the Ohio Transfer Module at UC Blue Ash through their General Education credits will have completed Miami Plan Foundation I, II, III, IV, IV, and the Miami Plan Thematic Sequence.

At Miami University, transfer students will still need to complete: Intercultural Perspectives (3 credits), Experiential Learning (o credits), and Capstone (3 credits). These credits can be earned through completion of the major in English Studies. They will need to complete a total of 60-64 hours to reach the 124 required for the BA depending on what they have earned at UC Blue Ash.

Table 4 shows how a student completes the English Studies major having completed 18 of the required 36 credit hours through their coursework at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash. The table is merely a guide; student choices while at Blue Ash may require changes to how the student completes the degree at Miami University. In addition to the courses listed here, students will be expected to complete the required hours for graduation with a baccalaureate degree.

Third Year Miami University

Table 4 Suggested Sequence for Degree Completion for UC Blue Ash Graduate Who Has Completed OTM
Subject Code Course Number Course Title Credit Hours

Fall Semester

ENG 298 Intro to Literary and Cultural Studies (3)
Choose a course to meet the Multicultural Perspectives requirement (if 6 credits not earned at UC Blue Ash) (3)
Choose a course to meet the Intercultural Perspectives requirement (if EGS Multicultural Perspectives course does not meet); otherwise, choose a free elective (3)
Choose a free elective (3-4)
Choose a free elective (3-4)
Total Hours: 15-17

Spring Semester

EGS 301 Writing and the Professions (note: meets Miami Plan Experiential Learning requirement) 3
EGS 300/400 **Choose an advanced EGS course 3
Choose a free elective 3-4
Choose a free elective 3-4
Choose a free elective 3
Total Hours 15

Fourth Year Miami University 

Table 4 Suggested Sequence for Degree Completion for UC Blue Ash Graduate Who Has Completed OTM
Subject Code Course Number Course Title Credit Hours

Fall Semester

ENG or EGS
300/400
**Choose a course to meet the Studies in Writing requirement (3)
EGS 300/400 **Choose an advanced EGS course (3)
Choose a free elective (3)
Choose a free elective (3)
Choose a free elective (3)
Total Hours: 15

Spring Semester

EGS 495 Capstone (note: meets Miami Plan Capstone requirement) 3
Choose a free elective 3
Choose a free elective 3
Choose a free elective 3
Total Hours 15

Information about the English Studies degree program can be accessed here: http://miamioh.edu/regionals/academics/departments/llw/academics/majors/index.html

More information can be received by contacting the department via email, phone, or in person:

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

Students are encouraged to reach out to the department via email or phone with any questions they have about the program.