What is a transfer module? A transfer module
is a subset or a complete set (in some cases, the institution's Transfer
Module may satisfy the entire set of general education requirements) of
a college's or university's general education requirements that
represents a body of knowledge and academic skills common across Ohio
colleges and universities, containing 36- 40 semester hours or 54-60
quarter hours of courses in the fields of (1) English; (2) mathematics;
(3) arts/humanities; (4) social and behavioral sciences; (5) natural and
physical sciences; (6) interdisciplinary coursework (optional).
Why is this important to you? If you have
completed a course in the transfer module at one of the universities
listed below, it is required by the Ohio Board of Regents to be accepted
for credit into the General Education Program at Shawnee State
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