College Credit Plus

Courses

Beginning with Summer 2018, College Credit Plus (CCP) students are eligible to enroll in courses from the Wright State University Catalog which meet House Bill 49 requirements, and for which they meet all course prerequisites. The online class schedule contains course CRNs and section numbers.

In compliance with House Bill 49, students must follow the "First 15" Rule and complete 15 credit hours in Level I before progressing to Level II.*

Level I Courses may be:

  1. A transferable course: Part of CTAG, OTM, or TAG or equivalent at private college/university (CTAG: Career-Technical Assurance Guides; OTM: Ohio Transfer Module; TAG: Transfer Assurance Guides)
  2. Courses in computer science, information technology, anatomy, physiology, or foreign language, including American Sign Language
  3. Technical certificate course
  4. 15-credit hour or 30 credit-hour model pathway course
  5. Study skills, academic or career success skills course
  6. Internship course
  7. Another course that may be approved by the Chancellor on an annual basis

*Exceptions to the "First 15" Rule may be made if the student wishes to continue with course in the same subject or tests directly into Level II course. Students who have attained the required scores on AP or IB course examinations may count the course toward the First 15.'

Level I Courses
Subject Course Number Course Name
AFS 2000 What is the African and African American Experience?
ANT 2100 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
ART 2110 Art History: Ancient to Renaissance
ART 2120 Art History: Renaissance to Contemporary
ART 2140 Themes in Visual Culture
ART 2430 Non-Western Art
ASL 1010 American Sign Language I
ATH 2150 Comparative Non-Western Cultures
ATH 2100 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ATH 2200 Introduction to Archaeology
BIO 1010 Medical Terminology
BIO 1050 Biology of Food
BIO 1060 Global Ecology and Diversity
BIO  1070 Health and Disease
BIO 1120 Cells and Genes
BIO 1150 Organisms and Ecosystems
CHI 1010 Beginning Chinese I
CHM 1020 Elementary Organic Chemistry with Applications
CHM 1050 Chemistry of Our World: Living Things
CHM 1210 General Chemistry I
CHM 1220 General Chemistry II
CLS 1500 Introduction to Greek and Roman Culture
CLS 1600 Introduction to Classical Mythology
COM 1010 Essentials of Public Address
COM 1040 Introduction to Human Communication
COM 1520 Mass Communication
EC 2000 Economic Life
EC 2040 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 2050 Principles of Macroeconomics
EES 1030 The Paleobiology of Dinosaurs
EES 1050 Dynamic Earth
EES 1070 Sustainable Earth
ENG 1100 Academic Writing and Reading
ENG 1140 Intensive Academic Writing and Reading
ENG 2040 Great Books: Literature
ENG 2310 Comparative Literature: Non-Western Literatures
FIN 2050 Personal Financial Decision Making
FR 1010 Beginning French I
GEO 2100 Physical Geography
GER 1010 Beginning German I
HST 1100 Western Civilizations to 1500
HST 1200 The West and the World Since 1500
HST 2110 American History to 1877
HST 2120 American History Since 1877
LAT 1010 Beginning Latin I
MS 2040 Introduction to Business Statistics
MTH 1280 College Algebra
MTH 1350 Analytic Geometry and Trigonometry
MTH  2280 Business Calculus
MTH 2300 Calculus I
MUS 2140 Music in Western Culture
MUS 2420 Comparative Non-Western Cultures
MUS 2900 African American Music: America and Beyond
PHL 2050 Philosophy: The Big Questions
PHY 1050 Physics of How Things Work
PHY 1060 Astronomy
PHY 1110 General Physics I
PLS 2000 Power and Politics
PLS 2120 American national Government
PLS 2220 International Politics
PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology
REL 2040 Bible, Qur'an, and Western Culture
RST 2620 Regional Studies: China
RST 2710 Regional Studies: Africa
RST 2810 Regional Studies: Latin America
RST 2910 Regional Studies: Middle East
RST 2920 Regional Studies: India
SOC 2000 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 2200 Social Problems
SPN 1010 Beginning Spanish I
STT 2640 Elementary Statistics
TH 2140 Theatre in Western Culture
URS 2000 Growth and Change in Urban Society
WGS 2000 Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

Level II

Any other college course that is not a Level I course.

Additionally, House Bill 49 adds the following Non-allowable courses:

  • One-on-one private instruction courses
  • Course with fees that exceed an amount set by Chancellor
  • Study abroad courses
  • Physical education courses
  • P/F or S/U grades (unless the course is an internship or is a transferable course for all students enrolled)
  • Remedial courses and sectarian religion courses

Any of these courses are non-allowable unless Chancellor approves for certificate or degree completion (six weeks prior to term request; see rule for details).

Lake Campus students should print and fill out the Lake Campus College Credit Plus Advising Form (PDF). (This form is only for students who will attend the Lake Campus in Celina, Ohio.)

Eligibility for enrollment is based on the student’s high school performance, recommendations from the high school, standardized test scores, and placement examinations. Student admission requirements are detailed on the Enrollment Process webpage.