College Credit Plus

College Ready Ohio is researching and putting into practice the use of mobile technologies for both online and in-person teaching and learning formats for College Credit Plus. College Credit Plus replaces the Post Secondary Education Options (PSEO) program. High school students have the opportunity to earn non-remedial college credit from Ohio State that will appear on both their high school and college transcripts, at no cost to the student. 

Students interested in taking a College Credit Plus Course from Ohio State’s Columbus campus must complete the following steps:

Apply through The Ohio State Academy

The Ohio State Academy follows the same competitive admission process as undergraduate admissions. Learn more about these admission standards. Contact with any questions.

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Once accepted into the academy program, students will be assigned an academic advisor and attend orientation to be enrolled into courses. Students will be unable to enroll in a course without an advisor and successful completion of any prerequisite coursework.


Examples of Distance Learning Courses

Here is a list of courses that have had distance education sections available that can be taken online by College Credit Plus students all over the state of Ohio:

ANTHROP 2200 - Introduction to Physical Anthropology

ANTHROP 2201 - Introduction to Archaeology

ANTHROP 2202 - Peoples and Cultures: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ARTEDUC 1600 - Art and Music Since 1945

BIOETHC 2000 - Theory and Foundations of Bioethics

BIOLOGY 1102  - Human Biology

COMM 1100 - Communication in Society

CSHSPMG 3730 - Food Service Management Practicum

ECON 2001.01 - Principles of Microeconomics

ECON 2002.01 - Principles of Macroeconomics

EDUTL 4174 - Family Participation in Early Childhood School Programs: General Student Body

ENGLISH 1110.01 - First-Year English Composition

ESEPSY 1259 - Individual Learning and Motivation: Strategies for Success in College

FRENCH 1101.61 - Beginning French I: Individualized DL

GEOG 2750 - World Regional Geography

GERMAN 1101.61 - Beginning German I (Self-Paced Distance Learning)

HDFS 2400 - Life Span Human Development

HDFS 2410 - Child Development

HISTORY 1211 - Western Civilization to the 17th Century

HTHRHSC 2530 - The Evolving Art and Science of Medicine

HUMNNTR 2310 - Fundamentals of Nutrition

MATH 1116 - Excursions in Mathematics

MATH 1151 - Calculus I

MATH 1152 - Calculus II

MUSIC 2252 - History of Rock 'n' Roll

POLITSC 1100 - Introduction to American Politics

POLITSC 1200 - Introduction to Comparative Politics

POLITSC 1300 - Global Politics

POLITSC 2300 - American Foreign Policy

POLITSC 2400 - Introduction to Political Theory

PORTGSE 1101.01 - Portuguese I

PORTGSE 1102.01 - Portuguese II

PORTGSE 1103.01 - Portuguese III

PSYCH 1100 - Introduction to Psychology

RURLSOC 1500 - Introduction to Rural Sociology

RUSSIAN 2335.99 - Magnificence, Mayhem, and Mafia: Russian Culture

SOCIOL 1101 - Introductory Sociology

SOCIOL 2210 - Sociological Aspects of Deviance

SOCIOL 2330 - Marriage and Society

SOCIOL 2345 - The Social Structure of American Society

SOCIOL 3380 - Racial and Ethnic Relations in America

SOCWORK 1120 - Introduction to Social Welfare

SOCWORK 1130 - Introduction to Social Work in Contemporary Society

SPANISH 1102.01 - Spanish II

SPANISH 1103.01 - Spanish III

SPANISH 2202.01 - Spanish IV

STAT 1450 - Introduction to the Practice of Statistics

WGSST 1110 - Gender, Sex and Power

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