Ohio Transfer 36

The State of Ohio has developed a statewide policy to help students transfer their credits for courses completed at one Ohio public college or university to another Ohio institution. The Ohio Transfer 36 (formerly Ohio Transfer Module) policy statement is published on the Ohio Department of Higher Education website.

The Cincinnati State Transfer 36 consists of 36 semester credit hours that transfer to any Ohio public two-year or four-year college or university. Categories and credits students must earn for courses in the Cincinnati State Transfer 36 are:

English Composition6
Oral Communication3
Social/Behavioral Sciences6
Natural/Physical Sciences6
Transfer Module Electives6
Total Credits36

Students earning the Ohio Transfer 36 at Cincinnati State select specific courses (listed below) from the above-listed categories, in consultation with an academic advisor.

Students who graduate from Cincinnati State with the degree Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) will complete all Ohio Transfer 36 requirements. Students earning the AA or AS degree also are required to complete additional courses selected from the Ohio Transfer 36 categories. The full curriculum requirements for AA and AS degrees are published elsewhere in this Catalog.

Students who graduate from Cincinnati State with the degree Associate of Applied Business, Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Individualized Study, or Associate of Technical Study may complete some Ohio Transfer 36 courses that are required for their degree, but will not automatically complete all Ohio Transfer 36 requirements. These students may choose to complete the Ohio Transfer 36 by earning the Ohio Transfer Module Certificate along with their associate's degree.

Students who are completing the Ohio Transfer 36, either as part of an AA or AS degree or as an addition to another degree, should consult with their academic advisor to ensure that courses selected are appropriate for the institution and the degree program that the student plans to pursue after completing studies at Cincinnati State.

The following courses are approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education to meet the requirements for the Cincinnati State Transfer 36:

English Composition

Select one of the following courses:
ENG 101English Composition 13
ENG 101AIntensive English Composition 14
Select one of the following courses:
ENG 102English Composition 2: Contemporary Issues3
ENG 103English Composition 2: Writing about Literature3
ENG 104English Composition 2: Technical Communication3
ENG 105English Composition 2: Business Communication3

Oral Communication

COMM 110Public Speaking3


Note: In addition to completing Academic Foundations math classes indicated by initial academic advising, students must complete a prerequisite math class before enrolling in many of the Transfer Module math classes listed.

Select one of the following courses:
MAT 105Quantitative Reasoning3
MAT 105AIntensive Quantitative Reasoning4
MAT 131Statistics 13
MAT 131AStatistics 1 with Support4
MAT 132Statistics 23
MAT 151College Algebra4
MAT 152Trigonometry4
MAT 153Pre-Calculus6
MAT 215Business Calculus6
MAT 251Calculus 15
MAT 252Calculus 25
MAT 253Calculus 35

Social/Behavioral Sciences

Select two of the following courses:
ECO 105Principles of Microeconomics3
ECO 110Principles of Macroeconomics3
GEO 105World Regional Geography: the Americas, Europe, and Australia3
GEO 110World Regional Geography: Asia, Africa, and the Middle East3
GEO 115Cultural Geography3
HST 101World History: First Civilizations to 15003
HST 102World History: 1500 to Present3
HST 111American History: Early Settlers to 18773
HST 112American History: 1877 to Present3
HST 121African American History: Origins to 18773
HST 122African American History: 1877 to Present3
HST 130History of Africa3
HST 161Western Civilization: Origins to 16483
HST 162Western Civilization: 1648 to Present3
Labor Relations
LBR 105Introduction to Labor and Employee Relations3
Political Science
POL 101Introduction to American Government3
PSY 110Introduction to Psychology3
PSY 200Abnormal Psychology3
PSY 205Child Development3
PSY 210Adolescent Development3
PSY 215Adult Development3
PSY 220Social Psychology3
PSY 225Lifespan Development3
SOC 105Introduction to Sociology3
SOC 115Marriage and the Family3
SOC 130Sociology of Aging3
SOC 140Sociology of Gender3


Select two of the following courses:
ART 110Introduction to Art3
ART 111Art History: Ancient to Medieval Periods3
ART 112Art History: Renaissance to the Present3
COMM 130Introduction to Film Studies3
LIT 200Introduction to Literature3
LIT 210The Short Story3
LIT 220Poetry3
LIT 230Drama3
LIT 240The Novel3
LIT 251American Literature to 18653
LIT 252American Literature since 18653
LIT 255African American Literature3
LIT 261British Literature: Medieval Period to 18003
LIT 262British Literature: 1800 to Present3
LIT 265Shakespeare3
LIT 270Children's Literature3
LIT 280Science Fiction3
LIT 285Women Writers3
MUS 101Music History: Middle Ages to Late 19th Century3
MUS 102Music History: 20th Century3
MUS 105Music History: African-American Music3
MUS 110Jazz Appreciation3
MUS 115Rock and Pop Music3
PHI 105Introduction to Philosophy3
PHI 110Ethics3
Religious Studies
REL 105World Religions3
THE 105Theater Appreciation3
THE 110History of Theater3

Natural/Physical Sciences

Select two of the following courses:
BIO 111Biology: Unity of Life4
BIO 111Biology: Unity of Life (online)4
BIO 112Biology: Diversity of Life4
BIO 131Biology 15
BIO 132Biology 25
BIO 151Anatomy and Physiology 14
BIO 152Anatomy and Physiology 24
CHE 105Everyday Chemistry3
CHE 110Fundamentals of Chemistry4
CHE 111Bio-Organic Chemistry4
CHE 115General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry4
CHE 121
CHE 131
General Chemistry 1
and General Chemistry 1 Lab
CHE 122
CHE 132
General Chemistry 2
and General Chemistry 2 Lab
CHE 201
CHE 211
Organic Chemistry 1
and Organic Chemistry 1 Lab
CHE 202
CHE 212
Organic Chemistry 2
and Organic Chemistry 2 Lab
Environmental Science
EVS 110Environmental Science: Conservation and Cleanup4
EVS 120Environmental Geology4
EVS 130Environmental Science: Ecology and Ecosystems4
Physical Science
PSC 105Astronomy4
PSC 110Earth Science4
PSC 115Energy and the Environment3
PHY 151Physics 1: Algebra and Trigonometry-Based4
PHY 152Physics 2: Algebra and Trigonometry-Based4
PHY 201Physics 1: Calculus-Based5
PHY 202Physics 2: Calculus-Based5