Bachelor of Science in Communication (2 + 2)
The Scripps College Bachelor Degree Completion Program in Communication is ideally suited for professionals in a variety of public, non-profit, and organizations with positions that emphasize internal and external communication.
The program cross-trains individuals in visual, written, and oral communication, emphasizing practical application and theory-based communication strategy.
The major is specifically tailored for individuals who have already completed an associate degree that will translate to Ohio University’s general education requirements. The program is delivered in a flexible online format, requiring no face-to-face meetings.
Parallel LCCC Programs
Program Curriculum Pathway
Program Admission Requirements
- All general transfer admissions requirements in How to Apply as a Transfer Student
- Transfer Application dates and deadlines for Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters can be found here: Transfer Dates and Deadlines
- Transfer students can begin taking courses at OHIO during any semester. However, students will only be considered for merit-based scholarships if they apply for the Fall term and are admitted by May 15.
- Students applying as transfer students, in general, need a cumulative 2.0 GPA
- Send official transcripts from all institutions where students receive college-level credit.
- Students who have earned less than 20 semester or 30 quarter hours of college-level credit will also need to send OU an official high school transcript.
- ACT/SAT scores not required for transfer students
To apply to the Partnership, follow the steps below:
- Complete an Online Application
- Pay the $25 non-refundable application fee. Transfer students eligible for the Federal Pell Grant and needing assistance paying the application fee can apply for the NACAC Transfer Application Fee Waiver. The downloadable form is available on the link provided.
- Request all colleges and universities you have attended to send an official transcript directly to Ohio University.
- Once your materials are in, you can monitor the progress of your application by checking your MyOHIO Student Center. Learn more about how to check your application status.
- You will then schedule an advising appointment with your assigned Ohio University academic advisor.
- Be sure to register for the Bobcat Student Orientation (BSO) after you are admitted to learn about resources and student support services.
Submit all college-level transcripts to:
1 Ohio University
120 Chubb Hall
Athens, OH 45701
For More Information
Director, Strategic Partnerships OHIO Online Enrollment
See the Ohio University Academic Calendar for important academic dates and deadlines.