These are the requirements for an Associate degree at Ohio Dominican University in the traditional undergraduate program.
Students are to complete the degree requirements in the catalog in effect at the time they enroll at Ohio Dominican University unless they change their academic major. When students change their major, they must complete the degree requirements in the catalog in effect at the time of the major change.
  • General Undergraduate Degree Requirements

    All Undergraduate Degrees

    • Satisfactory completion of all required coursework and other requirement activities.
    • Attainment of an overall GPA of 2.000 or 2.75 depending on the academic program.
    • Attainment of a GPA of 2.000 or 2.75 in major program requirements. GPA required depends on major program.
    • Completion of an Application for Graduation according to the dates published in the Academic Calendar. (Application forms are available through ODU Online.)
    • Payment of all tuition, graduation fee, library fines, residence hall fines, and other financial obligations.

Degree Requirements

  • Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits of which at least 24 must be taken at Ohio Dominican University.
  • Completion of at least 12 credits in the major at Ohio Dominican University.
  • Completion of:

    ENG 110 - College Writing I
    3 credits
    Freshman Seminar - CORE: What Does it Mean to be Human?
    3 credits
    Sophomore Seminar - CORE: What is the Common Good?
    3 credits
    and all other requirements specified in the major program.
    Note: Credits earned toward an associate degree may be applied to a bachelor's degree. Two semesters of enrollment must occur between the awarding of an associate's and a bachelor's degree.
  • No more than eight semester credits of English as a Second Language may be counted toward graduation requirements under any of the associate degree programs.
  • No more than four physical education activity credits (EXSC 100) may be counted toward graduation requirements under any of the associate degree programs. 
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