Ohio Transfer 36 (9099)

The Ohio Transfer 36 (formerly known as the Ohio Transfer Module) consists of 36-40 semester credit hours of introductory courses in English, mathematics, arts/humanities, social science, and natural science. Students should follow the specific requirements below when selecting courses for the Ohio Transfer 36.  Students are encouraged to meet regularly with a Lakeland counselor to monitor their progress toward completing the Ohio Transfer 36.

(Note: Students who complete the Associate of Arts (AA) degree or the Associate of Science (AS) degree will also satisfy all requirements for the Ohio Transfer 36.)

A.  English Composition (6 credit hours)

Course Title Credit Hours
ENGL 1110English Composition I (A) 1,23
or ENGL 1111 English Composition I (B)
ENGL 1120English Composition II3
or ENGL 1121 English Composition II-Technical Focus

English course selection is based on placement test results.


ENGL 1111 English Composition I (B) is 4 credits, only 3 credits apply to the Ohio Transfer 36.

B. Mathematics (Minimum of 3 credit hours)

Course Title Credit Hours
Select one of the following:
MATH 1330Statistics for the Health Sciences3
MATH 1550Statistics (A)4
MATH 1600Survey of College Mathematics3
MATH 1650College Algebra (A)4
MATH 1700Trigonometry3
MATH 1890Finite Mathematics4
MATH 2400Calculus for Business, Social, and Life Sciences5
MATH 2500Calculus and Analytical Geometry I5
MATH 2600Calculus and Analytical Geometry II5
MATH 2700Calculus and Analytical Geometry III5
MATH 2800Linear Algebra4
MATH 2850Differential Equations4
PHIL 2600Logic3

C.  Arts and Humanities (Minimum of 6 credit hours)

Course Title Credit Hours
Complete 6 credit hours from at least two of the following discipline areas:
ARTS 1120Art Appreciation3
ARTS 2220Survey of Art I3
ARTS 2230Survey of Art II3
PHOT 1000History of Photography3
ENGL 2210Introduction to Fiction3
ENGL 2220Introduction to Poetry3
ENGL 2225Graphic Fiction and Narrative3
ENGL 2230Introduction to Drama3
ENGL 2235Contemporary Global Fiction3
ENGL 2240Children's Literature3
ENGL 2245Science Fiction3
ENGL 2248Literature by Women3
ENGL 2250Survey of American Literature I3
ENGL 2260Survey of American Literature II3
ENGL 2263American Cinema3
ENGL 2270Literature of Contemporary Global Conflict3
ENGL 2275Multicultural Literary Studies3
ENGL 2276African American Literature3
ENGL 2280Survey of British Literature I3
ENGL 2290Survey of British Literature II3
ENGL 2296Fantasy3
HUMX 1100Introduction to Humanities3
HUMX 1300Human Issues: Choices in a Contemporary Society3
MUSC 1200Music Appreciation3
MUSC 1215World Music3
MUSC 1800Popular Music: Rock, Jazz, Country, and Hip-Hop3
MUSC 2200Music History and Literature I3
MUSC 2250Music History and Literature II3
PHIL 1300Thinking Critically3
PHIL 1500Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL 2000Comparative Religion3
PHIL 2600Logic3
PHIL 2700Ethics3
Interdisciplinary Studies
IDST 2400The Spanish Speaking World3

D.  Social & Behavioral Sciences

Complete a minimum of 6 credit hours with at least one course in the Macro-Social Sciences [economics, geography, history, political science, and social science], and at least one course in the Behavioral Sciences [psychology, sociology, and social science]. 

Macro-Social Sciences

Course Title Credit Hours
ECON 1150Basic Economics3
ECON 2500Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 2600Principles of Microeconomics3
GEOG 1500Introduction to Geography3
GEOG 1600World Regional Geography3
GEOG 1800Geography of US and Canada3
HIST 1150Western Civilization I: Antiquity Through the Reformation3
HIST 1250Western Civilization II: Age of Revolution Through the Present3
HIST 1450World Civilization I: The Ancient and Medieval World3
HIST 1550World Civilization II: The Modern World3
HIST 2150U.S. History: Colonization Through Reconstruction3
HIST 2250U.S. History: Reconstruction to the Present3
HIST 2450Women in U.S. History2
HIST 2600Ohio History3
Political Science
POLS 1300U.S. National Government3
POLS 2100State and Local Government3
POLS 2200Introduction to International Relations3
POLS 2300Introduction to Comparative Politics3
POLS 2400Women and Politics3
POLS 2500Modern Political Ideologies3
Urban Studies
URST 2000Introduction to Urban Studies3

Behavioral Sciences

Course Title Credit Hours
PSYC 1400Human Sexuality3
PSYC 1500Introduction to Psychology3
PSYC 1700Psychology of Gender3
PSYC 2300Personality Theory3
PSYC 2400Child Psychology3
PSYC 2500Adolescent Psychology3
PSYC 2600Adult Development and Aging3
PSYC 2700Abnormal Psychology3
PSYC 2800Social Psychology3
SOCY 1150Principles of Sociology3
SOCY 1190Drug Use and U.S. Society3
SOCY 2000Race and Ethnic Relations in the U.S.3
SOCY 2250Introduction to Social Work3
SOCY 2260Sociology of the Family3
SOCY 2270Sociology of Aging3
SOCY 2280Social Problems3
SOCY 2290Deviance in American Society3
Interdisciplinary Studies
IDST 1200Introduction to Women's Studies3

E.  Natural Sciences (Minimum of 6 credit hours)

Course Title Credit Hours
Complete 6 credit hours from natural sciences with at least one laboratory course.
BIOL 1010Introductory Biology: Cells, Genetics, and Evolution 13
BIOL 1020Introductory Biology: Organismic Biology and Ecology 13
BIOL 1030Environmental Issues and Solutions 13
BIOL 1140Human Biology 13
BIOL 1150Plant Biology4
BIOL 1160Animal Biology4
BIOL 1170Ecology and Environmental Biology4
BIOL 1190Introduction to Evolutionary Biology4
BIOL 1200Fundamentals of Biology for the Health Technologies4
BIOL 1510Principles of Biology I4
BIOL 1520Principles of Biology II4
BIOL 2210Anatomy and Physiology I4
BIOL 2220Anatomy and Physiology II4
BIOL 2700Microbiology4
CHEM 1050Chemistry in the Everyday World3
CHEM 1100Elementary Chemistry I: Intro to Inorganic Chemistry4
CHEM 1150Elementary Chemistry II: Intro to Organic and Biochemistry4
CHEM 1500General Chemistry I5
CHEM 1600General Chemistry II5
CHEM 2000Quantitative Analysis5
CHEM 2500Organic Chemistry I5
CHEM 2600Organic Chemistry II5
GEOG 1550Physical and Environmental Geography3
GEOL 1100Introduction to Physical Geology4
GEOL 1200Introductory Historical Geology4
GEOL 1300Introduction to Stream System Analyses3
Physical Science
PSCI 1300Earth Science3
PSCI 1400Introduction to Meteorology3
PHYS 1500Astronomy 14
PHYS 1550Everyday Physics 13
PHYS 1610General Physics I5
PHYS 1620General Physics II5
PHYS 2410Science and Engineering Physics I5
PHYS 2420Science and Engineering Physics II5

 Non-laboratory course

F. Oral Communications

Course Title Credit Hours
COMM 1000Effective Public Speaking3

Additional Requirement (9-13 credit hours). These hours must be selected from the approved Ohio Transfer 36 list.

The completion of the Ohio Transfer 36 requires 36-40 semester credit hours.