Information for Oxford-bound Students
Articulation Agreements with Other Institutions
Students majoring in integrative studies, engineering technology, and nursing can pursue four-year degrees on the regional campuses.
Students may also begin their baccalaureate studies at Miami’s regional campuses and relocate to the Oxford campus to complete any one of dozens of majors from accounting to zoology. In order to relocate to the Oxford, students must complete at least 16 semester hours with a 2.0 cumulative GPA at a regional campus.
Bachelor of Integrative Studies
Bachelor of Science in Applied Science (Engineering Technology) concentrations:
- Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology Concentration
- Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration
- Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, with a Major in Health Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Associate of Applied Business (Business Technology)
Associate in Applied Science (Computer and Information Technology)
Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice (Criminal Justice)
Associate in Applied Science (Engineering Technology)
Associate in Arts (General Studies)
Associate in Applied Science (Pre-Kindergarten Education)
Associate of Technical Study (Technical Study)
Learn more about these associate degrees.
Miami University Regionals offers one certificate program: Geographic Information Science (GISci) (Window will open in a new browser window. Close window to return to this page.)
Note: If you are considering enrolling in classes to work toward a certificate, please read the Miami University Certificate Disclosure Information (PDF).
Learn about majors and minors offered by Miami University.
Pathways into the Farmer School of Business beginning on the Regional campuses
Information for Oxford-bound students from the Miami University Commuter Center.
Articulation agreements cover the transfer of student credits between academic institutions. Learn about current articulation agreements between Miami University and other institutions.
Learn more general information about academics at Miami University.