The English Language Center (ELC) matriculates international students to Miami Regionals when they reach 'Level 5.' Once you are a Level 5 student, you take ENG108 and ENG109, and you register for other Miami Plan courses in the same semesters as you take those classes.
You will be preregistered for ENG108 and ENG109 in two consecutive semesters. Each of these classes is 4 credit hours. You should expect these classes in the morning, EST/Ohio time, ONLS, five days a week. You must schedule your other classes according to the following rules:
In your first two semesters as a Miami student, you take ENG108 and ENG109, and classes that fill foundations in the Global Miami Plan. The Global Miami Plan includes the general education coursework that all Miami University students take. ENG109 counts in the Global Miami Plan as your English Composition requirement (Foundation I). ENG108 counts as a Global Perspectives requirement (Foundation III). The other classes you take meet other requirements in the Miami Plan, such as Creative Arts or Social Science, and can help you explore majors and minors.
Miami University's Regional College of Liberal Arts and Applied Sciences (CLAAS) offers many bachelor and associate degrees that can be earned entirely at the Hamilton and/or Middletown campuses, or online via E-Campus. Students may also begin their education at the Regional locations and then change their campus to Oxford to finish degrees housed there. The Miami Regionals Program Finder can help you explore majors and minors at Miami University Regionals, and the Oxford Program Finder can help you find programs in Oxford.
To decide what classes to register for, consider the following:
Once you have identified which classes you need to complete your degree and Miami Plan requirements, you need to build your schedule. You may have classes you need for your major or minor that you will search for by Subject. Search for these first, because there may only be one or two sections offered. After you've scheduled specific classes, you should complete your schedule with Miami Plan Foundation courses or electives.
Schedule your classes according to your degree audit, advisor recommendation, and time ticket:
Once you have finalized your schedule, you should:
Find more information about registration at the One Stop.
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