I have taken english 1 and 2 at a university and it will NOT count as Junior level english. It will count toward your Freshman English requirement. This is what they( OU) have listed on their site for Math and English.I have posted the link as well http://www.catalogs.ohio.edu/content...=19&navoid=954
Quantitative Skills. You must demonstrate or acquire an acceptable level of quantitative skills to satisfy graduation requirements. The University uses your ACT or SAT (see chart below) math score to determine your skill level for placement or exemption unless the Tier I quantitative skills requirement has been satisfied by transfer or advanced placement credit. Students in some majors are required to have a math placement regardless of transfer or advanced placement credit in order to meet prerequisite requirements. The choice of the course in which you should enroll, if any, depends on your major, catalog of entry and math placement, and should be discussed with your academic adviser.
Students without ACT scores, SAT scores, advanced placement, or a transferable math course must take an online math placement test. Direct questions to the placement testing coordinator, University College, 740.593.1935. Regional campus students should contact their student services offices.
Math Placement Level Minimum ACT Math Score needed Minimum SAT Math Score needed First Course
DV1 < 15 < 379 MATH 101 - Basic Mathematics
DV2 16 380 MATH 102 - Elementary Algebra
PL1 20 480 MATH 109 - Consumer Mathematics or MATH 113 - College Algebra or MATH 120 - Elementary Topics in Mathematics or PHIL 120 - Principles of Reasoning or PSY 120 - Elementary Statistical Reasoning
PL2 24 560 MATH 163A - Introduction to Calculus or MATH 115 - Pre-Calculus or PSY 221 - Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PL3 30 680 MATH 263A - Calculus I or MATH 266A - Calculus with Applications to Biology I
Any Ohio University MATH course numbered 109 or above, PHIL 120 , 120 , or 221 satisfies the Tier I quantitative skills requirement (1M). To enroll in any MATH or other quantitative skills course, you must either place at the specific level required for that course or satisfy the appropriate prerequisites.
Placement levels are:
DV1 (Developmental): Placement at this level indicates inadequate preparation to enroll in a Tier I quantitative skills course. You must complete MATH 101 before enrolling in MATH 102 . Students receiving this recommendation who plan to major in an area requiring advanced math (e.g. engineering, or business majors) should discuss their choices with the faculty or professional advisers.
DV2 (Developmental): This level indicates inadequate preparation to enroll in a Tier I quantitative skills course. You must complete MATH 102 before enrolling in a Tier I quantitative skills course.
PL1 (Placement Level 1): Placement at this level indicates preparation for any of the following Tier I–fulfilling courses: MATH 109 , 113 , 117 , 118 (available only at regional campuses and through correspondence), MATH 120 (early childhood, middle childhood, and intervention specialist education majors only), MATH 147 , PHIL 120 , PSY 120 .
Note: Students who need MATH 163A should enroll first in MATH 113 and then take MATH 163A. Students who need MATH 263A should begin with MATH 113 followed by MATH 115 and then MATH 263A.
PL2 (Placement Level 2): Placement at this level indicates preparation for Level 1 courses as well as these additional Tier I–fulfilling courses: MATH 115 (recommended only for students who plan to enroll in MATH 263A or MATH 266A ), MATH 150 , MATH 163A , MATH 250 , PSY 221 .
Note: MATH 115 is the prerequisite course for MATH 263A and MATH 266A. MATH 115 is not recommended unless you plan on enrolling in those MATH 263A/MATH 266A. Students cannot earn credit for both MATH 163A and MATH 263A. MATH 163A is not a prerequisite for MATH 263A.
PL3 (Placement Level 3): Placement at this level demonstrates quantitative skill competence sufficient to fulfill the Tier I quantitative skills requirement. If your major requires that you enroll in a quantitative skills course, placement at Level 3 indicates preparation for MATH 263A (or MATH 266A for natural science majors) and any course in Levels 1 or 2. A level 3 placement does not guarantee a waiver of college or major requirements in mathematics. Contact your college office to see if a college waiver is in effect for your major. English Composition
. A first–year composition course and an advanced junior–level composition course are required. Any of ENG 151 , 151A , 152 , 153 , 153A , or 153B will satisfy the University’s General Education first–year writing requirement (1E). These courses are alternative, not sequential, courses in writing. You should select your course by looking at the descriptions and choosing the one that appeals to you. (All regional campus students are given a placement test.)
In your junior year, you must take an approved advanced writing course unless you demonstrate advanced writing proficiency by passing the junior–level exemption exam. The following courses fulfill the junior–level composition requirement:
Anthropology: ANTH 356J
Art: ART 300J
Business Administration: B A 325J
Classics and World Religions: CLWR 385J
Communication: PRCM 325J
Economics: ECON 310J
Education - Curriculum and Instruction: EDCI 331J
Engineering Technology: ET 385J
English: ENG 305J , 306J , 307J , 308J , 309J , 384J
Environmental and Plant Biology: PBIO 418J
Film: FILM 344J
Geography: GEOG 375J
Health Sciences: HLTH 370J
History: HIST 301J , 396J
Human and Consumer Sciences Education General: CONS 345J
Industrial Technology: ETM 370J
Interdisciplinary Arts: IART 360J
Journalism: JOUR 441J
Modern Languages: M L 321J , 370J
Music: MUS 320J
Philosophy: PHIL 301J
Political Science: POLS 305J
Recreation and Sport Science: REC 370J
Social Work: S W 370J
Sociology: SOC 356J
These courses are marked in this catalog with the designation (1J) as the general education code.
If you are a transfer student, your requirements are determined by when you enroll and the number and type of credit hours transferred.