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The Advising Center helps students develop a plan to achieve academic success. Advisors provide ongoing assistance with requirements and course selection, major and career exploration, petition assistance, graduation applications, and a host of other services and programs.
Students are responsible for ensuring the appropriate selection of courses to satisfy general education requirements and are encouraged to consult with their academic advisor regarding the applicability of selected courses.
Course descriptions are found within the catalogs and describe all courses. Select either the Undergraduate or Graduate Catalog, then select 'Course Descriptions' on the left-side navigation. Course schedules show which courses are being offered for the current and near-future terms.
Majors and minors
Degree program descriptions are found within the catalogs and describe the various programs. ?They are organized by college and will also show their respective courses.
Programs can be found via the University Catalog.?Select either the Undergraduate or Graduate Catalog, then select 'Programs Offered' on the left-side navigation.
CSU offers online graduate and undergraduate programs and courses, primarily in asynchronous format. Develop your career to its fullest potential without putting your personal or professional life on hold.
Catalogs serve as the student's guide to information on academic policies, program requirements, and course descriptions. ?Our catalogs are also configured for mobile computing. ?Search your device's web-browser for "CSU Ohio Catalog."?
The Transfer Module is a subset or a complete set 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). ?This requirement is generally completed in the first two years of a student's residency and is more fully described in the Transfer Module Guidelines. ?The Ohio Board of Regents developed this statewide policy to facilitate students' ability to transfer credits from one Ohio public college or university to another in order to avoid duplication of course requirements. ?Transfer Modules for other institutions in the University System of Ohio can be found here.