Sample Pathways

SAMPLE PATHWAY FROM TERRA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
 
Courses Toward Ohio Transfer Module (OTM)
 
15 Credit Hour Pathway
ENG 1050 College Composition I 3
Math class - see list 3-5
Arts & Humanities class - see list 3
Social Science class - see list 3
Natural Sciences class - see list 3-5
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15-19 credit hours
This would give students one class per each section of the OTM.  Would strongly encourage 
students to take ENG 1060 (the actual required English/Oral Communications course for OTM).  
For juniors, they could complete an additional 15 credit hours their senior year and have the 30 
credit hour pathway also.
30 Credit Hour Pathway
 
ENG 1050 College Composition I 3
ENG 1060 College Composition II 3
Math class – see list 3-5
2 Arts & Humanities classes – see list 6
2 Social Science classes – see list 6
2 Natural Sciences classes – see list 6-10
Additional TM class – see list 3
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30-36 credit hours
 
The 30 credit hour pathway could be completed in one year if student were full-time at Terra or two years if student started junior year or earlier as a part-time student.
These are generic pathways that include TM classes; however, any pathway can be 
individualized to students’ choices.  Please work with your Terra advisor and high school 
counselor for more or different choices.
 
Mathematics
MTH 2010 Statistics 4
MTH 2310 College Algebra 3
MTH 2320 College Trigonometry 3
MTH 2351 Pre-calculus 5
MTH 2411 Applied Calculus 5
MTH 2510 Calculus & Analytic Geometry 5
MTH 2520 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II 5
MTH 2530 Calculus & Analytic Geometry III 4
MTH 2610 Linear Algebra 3
MTH 2630 Differential Equations 3
 
Arts & Humanities
ART 1010 Art History: Prehistory to Gothic 3
ART 1030 Art History: Renaissance to 20th Century 3
ENG 1850 Introduction to Literature 3
ENG 2630 Non-Western Literature 3
ENG 2640 British Literature I 3
HUM 1010 Critical Thinking 3
MUS 1010 Music Appreciation 3
MUS 1120 History of Rock and Roll 3
MUS 2110 History and Literature of Music I 3
MUS 2130 History and Literature of Music II 3
PHL 1010 Introduction to Ethics 3
 
Social Sciences
ECO 2010 Macroeconomics 3
ECO 2020 Microeconomics 3
HIS 1010 Western Civilization I 3
HIS 1020 Western Civilization II 3
HIS 1050 American History I 3
HIS 1060 American History II 3
PLS 1000 American Government 3
PLS 1100 State and Local Government 3
PSY 1210 General Psychology 3
PSY 2210 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 2410 Adolescent Psychology 3
SOC 2010 Fundamentals of Sociology 3
SOC 2120 Cultural Awareness 3
SOC 2500 Cultural Anthropology 3
 
Natural Sciences
*BIO 1070/1095 Environmental Science I and Lab 4
*BIO 1080/1095 Environmental Science II and Lab 4
BIO 1230/1235 Anatomy and Physiology I and Lab 4
BIO 1240/1245 Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab 4
BIO 1720/1725 Microbiology and Lab 4
BIO 2010/2015 Biology I and Lab 5
BIO 2020/2025 Biology II and Lab 5
BIO 2100 Nutrition 3
CHM 1010/1015 Intro to General Chemistry and Lab 4
CHM 1020/1025 Intro to Organic & Biochemistry and Lab 4
CHM 1610/1615 General Chemistry I and Lab 5
CHM 1620/1625 General Chemistry II and Lab 5
GEO 1200 Physical Geography 3
*PHY 1070/1075 Survey of Physics and Lab 4
PHY 1310/1315 General Physics I and Lab 5
PHY 1320/1325 General Physics II and Lab 5
PHY 2330/2335 Engineering Physics I and Lab 5
PHY 2340/2345 Engineering Physics II and Lab 5
*Class may be taken without lab
Certain classes have prerequisite courses and these would also apply to College Credit Plus
students.  Students are always encouraged to work closely with their college advisor and high 
school counselor to assure that they are taking the proper courses, including those necessary 
for high school graduation credit.  Check with your college advisor to make substitutions, where 
allowed.