Hiram College

Level 1 Courses

Below you will find all courses that are Level 1 appropriate at Hiram College

Please note that not all courses are offered every semester.  For any foreign language classes or math classes, students MUST complete a placement test.

College Credit Plus students must start with Level I courses for their First 15 credits.

  • Transferable courses (Approved CTAG, OTM, TAG)
  • Courses in computer science, information technology, anatomy, physiology, or foreign language, including American Sign Language.
  • Courses in a designated technical certificate program
  • Courses in 15-credit hour or 30-credit hour model pathways
  • Courses in study skills, academic or career success skills
  • Internship courses
Exceptions to Level I Requirements
• Exceptions may be made for students to continue with courses in the same subject or for students that test directly into a Level II course.
• Students who have attained the required scores on AP or IB course examinations may count those course hours toward their First 15 credits

I. Composition 

  • FYEN 10101: First-Year Enduring Questions
  • ENGL 12500 Great Works of Literature 
  • ENGL 20600 Intro to Literary Studies
  • ENGL 21900 Reading American Literature
  • WRIT 15100:  Composition in the Liberal Arts I
  • WRIT 15200:  Composition in the Liberal Arts II
  • WRIT 21400:  Writing about Nature
  • WRIT 22100:  Basics of Creative Writing
  • WRLA 10101:  Writing in the Liberal Arts

II. Mathematics

  • ACCT 22500 Financial Accounting
  • MATH 10300 Fundamentals of Mathematics I
  • MATH 10400 Fundamentals of Mathematics II
  • MATH 10800 Statistics
  • MATH 13200 Decision Making
  • MATH 16200 Modeling for Liberal Arts
  • MATH 19700 PreCalculus
  • MATH 198 Calculus 1
  • MATH 199 Calculus 2
  • MATH 200 Calculus 3
  • MATH 21700 Discrete Math
  • CPSC 17100 Intro to Computer Science w/Lab
  • CPSC 17200 Intro to Programming w/Lab

III. Science

  • BIOL 15100 Intro to Biology
  • CHEM 10100 Chem in Context- w/Lab
  • CHEM 10500 Physiologic Chem w/Lab
  • CHEM 12000 General I-Structure and Bonding w/Lab
  • EVST 20900:  Environmental Geology-W/Lab
  • EVST 20100:  Permaculture Basics
  • PHYS 11300 Principles of Physics
  • PHYS 21300 Fundamentals of Physics

IV. Humanities and Fine Arts

  • ART 10800 Studio Art Process
  • ART 10900 Explore Print and Book Art
  • ART 11000 Beginning Drawing
  • ART 12000 Fundamentals of Photography
  • ART 13000 History of Western Art
  • COMM 10100 Foundations of Public Communication
  • COMM 22000 Interpersonal Communication
  • HIST 12100 Knights Peasants and Friars Europe 500-1450
  • HIST 12200 Modern Europe 1450 to Present
  • HIST 12400 Ancient Mediterranean World
  • HIST 12800 World History 1000 to 1800
  • HIST 13800 World History 1750-Present
  • HIST 14000 US History to 1865
  • HIST 14100 US History 1865 to Present
  • HIST 14200 American Tradition of Conservation
  • HIST 14300 The Ohio Frontier
  • HIST 25450 World War and Revolution
  • MUSI 10000 Fundamentals of Music
  • MUSI 10100 Intro to Music Literature
  • MUSI 10200 Survey of American Music
  • MUSI 10300 World Music
  • MUSI 10400 Musical Theater
  • MUSI 10600 Intro to Music Technology
  • MUSI 10800 History of Rock & Roll
  • MUSI 12100 Musicianship I
  • PHIL 10100 Intro to Philosophy
  • PHIL 11800 Intro to Ethics
  • PHIL 21200 Early Modern Philosophy
  • THEA 12000 Fundamental Principles of Acting
  • THEA 15000 Introduction to the Theater
  • THEA 15200 The Art of the Theatre
  • THEA 17000 Technical Production

V. Social Sciences

  • ECON 20100 Principles of MicroEconomics
  • ECON 20200 Principles of MacroEconomics
  • EDUC 12000 Personal and Community Health Issues
  • EDUC 20300 Education, Culture and Society
  • ENTR 10100 Science and the Entrepreneur
  • ENTR 10700 Exploring Intersections-Examining Entrepreneurship through an Educational Lens
  • ENTR 20510 Entrepreneurial Mindset/Creativity and Innovation
  • EVST 24000 American Environmental History
  • EVST 21600 Uncovering Earth and Space Science
  • MGMT 21800 Organizational Behavior
  • POLS 10900 American Government
  • POLS 10910:  US Government
  • PSYC 10100 General Psychology
  • PUBH 10100 Intro to Public Health
  • PUBH 20100 Epidemiology & Biostatistics  
  • SOAN 10500 Law & Society
  • SOAN 15500 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOAN 20100 Social Problems

VI. Foreign Language

  • ARAB 10100 Arabic I
  • FREN 10100 Beginning French I
  • FREN 10200 Beginning French II (after completing  FREN 10100)
  • LATN 10101 Beginning Latin I
  • SPAN 10100 Beginning Spanish I
  • SPAN 10200 Beginning Spanish II (after completing SPAN 10100)

Level 2 Courses

Once students have completed their First 15 credits, they can move on to Level II courses.
• Level II courses are any other college courses for which students meet the prerequisites.
• Students are encouraged to continue working toward the certificate or degree pathways started in Level I.

Non-Allowable Courses

These courses are not permitted under College Credit Plus:

  • Applied courses with one-on-one private instruction
  • Courses with high fees ($750 or more, starting spring 2019)
  • Study abroad courses
  • Physical education courses
  • P/F or S/U graded courses (unless the course is an internship or a transferable course with the
    same grading scale for all students enrolled)
  • Remedial courses
  • Sectarian religion courses
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Sofia Moreno

Assistant Director of Admission, College Credit Plus Coordinator

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Sofia Moreno Miller is the main point of contact for all things related to CCP at Hiram College.

Address and Fax Number:

Hiram College
PO Box 96
Hiram, OH 44234
330.569.5944 (fax)