Owens Community College Equivalency Guide Fall 2024

Bowling Green State University Transfer Equivalency Guide for Fall 2024

BG Perspective Equivalencies (General Education)

All students must meet BGSU’s university, general education, college, and program specific degree requirements effective at the time the student enters the program. All candidates for a baccalaureate degree at BGSU must take at least 36 credit hours from the BG Perspective curriculum, distributed as follows:

  • At least one course in the English Composition and Oral Communication domain
  • At least one course in Quantitative Literacy
  • At least two courses in each of the following three domains: Humanities and the Arts, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Natural Sciences
  • At least one International Perspective* course and one Cultural Diversity in the United States** course
  • Additional courses from any of the five domains listed above to reach a minimum of 36 credit hours.
English Composition and Oral Communication All students must complete the equivalent of WRIT 1120 and earn at
least a "C".
SPE 100 or 101 Intro to Human Communication or Public Speaking COMM 1020 Introduction to Public Speaking
ENG 111 Composition I WRIT 1110 Introduction to Academic Writing
ENG 112 Composition II WRIT 1120 Academic Writing
Quantitative Literacy Take at least one course; Students should contact their academic
advisors for specific information about fulfilling this requirement.
MTH 213 Introductory Statistics MATH 1150 Introduction to Statistics
MTH 133 Quantitative Reasoning MATH 1190 Real World Math Skills
MTH 170 College Algebra MATH 1220 College Algebra II
MTH 178 Business Calculus BA 1600 Business Analytics
MTH 175 Precalculus MATH 1280 Precalculus Mathematics
MTH 180 Calculus I MATH 1310 Calculus and Analytic Geometry
MTH 215 Business Statistics BA 2110 & 2120 Elementary or Business Analytics III: Descriptive Analytics and Predictive Analytics Statistical Methods II
Humanities and the Arts Take at least two courses.
ART 101 Art Appreciation ART 1010 Introduction to Art
ART 105 History of Western Art ARTH 1450 Western Art I*
ART 201 History of Art I: Ancient to Medieval ARTH 1450 Western Art I*
ART 202 History of Art II: Renaissance to Contemporary ARTH 1460 Western Art II*
ENG 200 Intro to Literature ENG 1500 Response to Literature
ENG 266 American Literature I ENG 2740 American Literature Survey to 1865
ENG 267 American Literature II ENG 2750 American Literature 1865-1945
MUS 101 Music Appreciation MUCT 1010 Exploring Music
MUS 105 Music of World Cultures MUCT 1250 Exploring Music of World Cultures*
PHL 101 Intro to Philosophy PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy
PHL 102 Principles of Ethics PHIL 1020 Introduction to Ethics
PHL 250 Medical Ethics PHIL 2420 Medical Ethics
PPC 200 Intro to Pop Culture POPC 1650 Popular Culture and the Media
SPA 211 Intermediate Spanish I SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish I*
SPA 212 Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 2020 Intermediate Spanish II*
THE 261 Intro to Film THFM 1610 Introduction to Film
  * course fulfills International Perspectives Requirement
** course fulfills Cultural Diversity in the US Requirement
Social and Behavioral Sciences Take at least two courses.
ECO 111 Principles of Economics ECON 2000 Introduction to Economics
ECO 201 Microeconomics ECON 2020 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 202 Macroeconomics ECON 2030 Principles of Macroeconomics
GPH 206 World Regional Geography GEOG 1210 World Geography: Eurasia & Africa*
GPH 108 Geography of the US and Canada GEOG 1220 World Geography: Americas and the Pacific*
GPH 106 Human Geography GEOG 2300 Cultural Geography
PSY 230 Intro to Gerontology GERO 1010 Aging, the Individual and Society
HIS 201 American History I (Begin to 1877) HIST 1250 Early America**
HIS 202 American History II (1877 to Present) HIST 1260 Modern America
HIS 151 World Civilization I HIST 1510 World Civilizations*
HIS 152 World Civilization II HIST 1520 Modern World*
HON 101 Critical Thinking WRIT 1110 Introduction to Academic Writing
WST 100 Intro to International Studies INST 2000 Introduction to International Studies*
GOV 111 American Government POLS 1100 American Government: Processes and Structure
GOV 100 Intro to Comparative Politics POLS 1710 Intro to Comparative Government*
GOV 207 Contemporary Global Issues POLS 1720 Intro to International Relations*
PSY 101 General Psychology PSYC 1010 General Psychology
SOC 101 Sociology SOC 1010 Principles of Sociology
SOC 201 Social Problems SOC 2020 Social Problems
SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the United States SOC 2160 Minority Groups**
ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology SOC 2310 Cultural Anthropology*
  * course fulfills International Perspectives Requirement
** course fulfills Cultural Diversity in the US Requirement
Natural Sciences Take at least two courses: selection must include at least 1 lab science option.
AST 101 Astronomy ASTR 2010 Modern Astronomy
ENV 101 & 102 Intro to Environmental Science & Intro to Environmental Science Lab BIOL 1010 Environment of Life (Lab)
BIO 101 Life An Intro to Biology BIOL 1040 Introduction to Biology (Lab)
BIO 202 General Biology II BIOL 2040 Concepts in Biology I (Lab)
BIO 201 General Biology I BIOL 2050 Concepts in Biology II (Lab)
CHM 105 or 111 or 115 Chemistry for Biological Science or Basic Chemistry or Inorganic and Organic Chemistry CHEM 1090 & 1100 Elementary Chemistry & Lab (Lab)
CHM 121 General Chemistry I CHEM 1230 & 1240 General Chemistry I & Lab (Lab)
FNH 121 Basic Nutrition FN 2070 Introduction to Human Nutrition
CLW 105 Climate & Weather GEOG 1250 Weather and Climate
GPH 110 Physical Geography GEOG 1250 Weather and Climate
GEO 111 Physical Geology GEOL 1040 Earth Environments (Lab)
PHY 111 or 115 Tech Physics I Mechanics or Physical Science for Technology PHYS 1010 Basic Physics (Lab)
PHY 201 General Physics I PHYS 2010 College Physics I (Lab)
PHY 202 General Physics II PHYS 2020 College Physics II (Lab)
PHY 221 Calculus Based Physics I PHYS 2110 University Physics I (Lab)
PHY 222 Calculus Based Physics II PHYS 2120 University Physics II (Lab)

Updated: 06/27/2024 10:46AM