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2Nov.

Fall Play: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

7:00 p.m.
Thorne Performance Hall
3Nov.

OMEA District X Honors Choir Concert

3:30 p.m.
Chapel Auditorium
5Nov.

The Pop-Up Show

1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Schnormeier Gallery
8Nov.

Pathways to Success Alumni Networking Event

6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Foster Hall
8Nov.

Poetry Reading and Craft Talk

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Faculty Hall, Room 105
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Dual EnrollmentCCP Pathways & Course Offerings

CCP Pathways & Course Offerings

Course Offerings

You are eligible to take any Level I course from MVNU (see list), provided you meet any prerequisite requirements.

Once you have completed 15 credit hours in Level I, you may proceed to Level II, which is any college course in the MVNU Catalog that is not a Level I course and which is not excluded. One-on-one private lessons, study abroad courses, remedial courses, and sectarian (religious) courses are excluded from State of Ohio funding.

A more directed way to complete the 15 credit hours is to take the 15-hour CORE Pathway below, followed by a 15- to 16-hour SPECIALIZED Pathway. These groups of courses will help you progress toward your desired college major while also meeting many of your high school graduation requirements.

Several pathways are outlined below. The 15-hour CORE Pathway includes courses that are typically required at any college regardless of a student’s choice of major. The 15- to 16-hour SPECIALIZED Pathway is designed with a certain major in mind. The core pathway is designed to be combined with a specialized pathway to create a 30- to 31-hour pathway. The core pathway is recommended for students who are able to take only a limited number of classes through CCP and for students who haven’t chosen a major. If you aren’t sure where to start, follow the Core Pathway.

These are sample pathways that MVNU has developed in collaboration with local high school counselors. We are always willing to work with you to customize a pathway to help meet your high school graduation requirements and your personal college goals. You may progress beyond the 30-hour pathway in subsequent years by working with your CCP adviser to find appropriate courses that align with college goals.

CCP Pathways

Course #
Course Name
CR
ENG-1083G
College Writing
3
ENG-1063G
Introduction to Literature (not needed for English majors)
3
PSY-1013G
SOC-1013G
General Psychology or
Introduction to Sociology
3
MAT-1023G
MAT-1034G
MAT-2063G
Pre-Calculus or
Calculus or
Introduction to Statistics
3
COM-1023G
COM-1053G
Public Speaking or
Introduction to Communication
3
15
  Art
Course #
Course Name
CR
ART-1002G
Art in the Western World
2
ART-1013G/GRD-1013G
Design Foundations
3
ART-1033
Color Theory
3
ART-1053G
Drawing I
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
PED-1002G Principles of Health & Fitness 2
16
  Biology
Course #
Course Name
CR
BIO-1054G
General Zoology with Lab
4
BIO-1074G
General Botany with Lab
4
CHE-1034G
General Chemistry I with Lab
4
CHE-1044G
General Chemistry II with Lab
4
16
  Business
Course #
Course Name
CR
ABT-2013
Spreadsheet Applications in Business
3
MAN-2003
Principles of Management
3
ECO-1033
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
ACC-2053 Principles of Accounting I 3
15
  Chemistry
Course #
Course Name
CR
CHE-1034G
General Chemistry I with Lab
4
CHE-1044G
General Chemistry II with Lab
4
BIO-1054G
General Zoology with Lab
4
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
15
  Computer Science
Course #
Course Name
CR
CSC-1024
Computer Science I
4
CSC-2024
Computer Science II
4
CSC-1053/MAT-1053
Elementary Discrete Mathematics
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
PED-1002G
Principles of Health & Fitness
2
16
  Communication Sciences
  and Disorders
Course #
Course Name
CR
CSD-1012
Introduction to Phonetics
3
CSD-1003
Intro. to Communication Sciences and Disorder
3
MLA-1019
Introduction to American Sign Language
3
CSD-2003
Speech & Language Development
3
CSD-2013
Communication Disorders in Adults
3
15
  Criminal Justice
Course #
Course Name
CR
CJU-1001
Writing for Criminal Justice Majors
1
CJU-1002
Field Observation in Criminal Justice
2
CJU-1003
Introduction to Criminal Justice
3
PSY-1013G
General Psychology
3
SOC-1013G
Introduction to Sociology
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
15
  Education
Course #
Course Name
CR
EDU-1033
Foundations of Inclusive Education
3
EDU-1031
Foundations of Education Lab
1
EDU-1042
Educational Technology
2
EDU-2023G
The Learner and the Learning Process
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
HIS-2013
HIS-2023
United States History to 1865 or
United States History Since 1865
3
15
  Engineering
Course #
Course Name
CR
MAT-1034G
Calculus I
4
MAT-2034
Calculus II
4
CSC-1024
Computer Science I
4
EGR-1033
Computer-Aided Design
3
EGR-1001
Computational Engineering with MATLAB
1
16
  English
Course #
Course Name
CR
ENG-2033
Introduction to Literary Studies
3
ENG-2153G
Classical Literature and Mythology
3
ENG-2163G
American Literature: Beginnings to 1945
3
ENG-2073G
British Literature I
3
ENG-2083G
British Literature II
3
15
  Exercise Science
Course #
Course Name
CR
PED-1002G
Principles of Health & Fitness
2
HSC-1013
Nutrition for Health Professionals
3
PED-1022
First Aid & CPR
2
PSY-1013G
General Psychology
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
MAT-2063G
Introduction to Statistics
3
16
  Graphic Design
Course #
Course Name
CR
ART-1002G
Art in the Western World
2
ART-1013G/GRD-1013G
Design Foundations
3
ART-1033
Color Theory
3
GRD-2003
Computer Graphic Design I
3
GRD-2093
Typography
3
PED-1002G
Principles of Health & Fitness
2
16
  History
Course #
Course Name
CR
HIS-1003
Western Civilization I
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
HIS-2013
United States History to 1865
3
HIS-2023
United States History from 1865
3
POL-1003G
American Politics and Government
3
15
  Journalism and Media Production
Course #
Course Name
CR
COM-1033
Introduction to Video Production
3
COM-1043
Introduction to Film and Television Arts
3
COM-2053G
Media and Society
3
COM-2063
Introduction to Radio Performance
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
15
  Math
Course #
Course Name
CR
MAT-1053
Elementary Discrete Math
3
MAT-2063G
Introduction to Statistics
3
MAT-3002
History of Mathematics
2
MAT-3013
Linear Algebra
3
MAT-3034
Multivariable Calculus
4
15
  Music
Course #
Course Name
CR
MTH-1002G
Music in the Western World
2
MTH-1023G
Basic Structures of Music Theory I (pref.
in conjunction with
3
MTH-1041
Sight Singing/Ear Training I
1
APM-1001
Piano Class I
1
APM-1001
Piano Class I (for a total of two semesters)
1
MTH-1033
Basic Structures of Music Theory II (pref.
in conjunction with
3
MTH-1051
Sight Singing/Ear Training II
1
MTH-2033
Basic Structures of Music Theory III (pref. in
conjunction with
3
MTH-2041
Sight Singing/Ear Training III
1
16
  Nursing
Course #
Course Name
CR
BIO-1054G
General Zoology with Lab
4
CHE-1014
Introduction to Chemistry
4
PRN-2002
Professional Nursing Perspectives
2
NUR-2002
Nutrition for Health Professionals
3
MAT-2063G
Introduction to Statistics
3
16
  Political Science
Course #
Course Name
CR
POL-1003G
American Politics and Government
3
POL-1013G
Comparative Politics and Government
3
ECO-1033
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
POL-2073
Political Thought
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
15
  Psychology
Course #
Course Name
CR
PSY-1013G
General Psychology
3
PSY-1041
Professional and Career Issues in Psychology
1
MAT-2063G
Introduction to Statistics
3
PSY-2012
Introduction to Experimental Psychology
Methods
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
PED-1002G
Principles of Health & Fitness
2
15
  STEM
Course #
Course Name
CR
BIO-1054G
General Zoology with Lab
4
MAT-1034G
MAT-2034G
Calculus I or
Calculus II
4
MAT-1013
Trigonometry
3
CHE-1034G
PHY-2055G
CSC-1024
General Chemistry I with Lab (Science) or
University Physics with Lab (Engineering) or
Computer Science I (Computer Science)
4 or 5
15 or 16
  Social Work
Course #
Course Name
CR
SWK-1012
Social Work Field Observation I
2
SWK-1013
Introduction to Social Work
3
SWK-2003
Cultural & Human Diversity
3
PSY-1013G
General Psychology
3
BIO-1014G
Principles of Biology with Lab
4
15
  Sports Management
Course #
Course Name
CR
ABT-2013
Spreadsheet Applications
3
ACC-2053
Principles of Accounting I
3
PED-1093
Foundations of Physical Education
3
ECO-1033
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
HIS-1013G
The Western Tradition in World Context
3
15

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We offer credits at a fraction of the normal cost — they are even free for CCP-eligible students!
The courses we offer fulfill many general education requirements. You'll receive an official transcript for all courses taken. Or, stick with us and they’ll transfer right in!
Many of our courses are offered fully online. If you can’t come to the MVNU classroom, we’ll bring the classroom to you!

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