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If you're new to Sinclair or just exploring your college options, we welcome you to visit campus to look around, and discover everything we offer to get you on the road to your education and career goals.

READY TO APPLY?

If you're ready to apply for admission, get started with these enrollment steps. It is free to apply to Sinclair.

We're excited to announce that in-person classes are back for Fall 2021 with full course options! Plus choose from online, virtual, blended, and FlexPace class options.

 

Need help getting started or have questions about enrolling? Talk to an Admissions Counselor! Contact Admissions or call us at 937-512-3675

 

Current or Returning Students

Current or returning students make sure to talk to your academic advisor about staying on your MAP to graduate or transfer on time. Current students do not need their final grades posted from the previous term to register for next term. View the Course Schedule and plan your way to success!

 

Get Help Paying for Fall Classes

Fall financial aid might be available for you! To find out what what financial aid you qualify for, complete your FAFSA. Learn more about the FAFSA and how to complete it. Also available are FAFSA workshops for one-on-one help.

Find out more about how you can pay for college with financial aid and scholarships and payment help with loans and/or payment plans.

Sinclair's online scholarship system application dates for Fall Semester is June 1-30. Apply online to Scholarships. Sinclair's Writing Lab also offers help writing your scholarship essay's with feedback from a tutor.

Affected by COVID-19 financially? Access our Enrolled Student Resources for COVID-19, such as student assistance/support, student relief grant, and student technology request.


*Due to COVID-19 and developing Ohio Governor orders, Fall 2021 face-to-face course offerings could change unexpectedly, and be switched to a virtual modality for safety reasons.
 

What General Education and Development courses are being offered during the Fall Term?

Click a course below to see available sections in the portal, to plan your course schedule, and register for classes.

 

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES FOR FALL

All of these general education courses are guaranteed to transfer to any of Ohio's public institutions of higher education as an area credit, as well as equivalent courses in English and Mathematics. Learn more about the Ohio Transfer 36. Click the course register link to see available open sections.

English/Oral Communication
  • COM 2211 — Effective Public Speaking — Register >
  • ENG 1101 — English Composition I — Register >
  • ENG 1201 — English Composition II — Register >
Mathematics, Statistics and Logic
  • MAT 1445 — Quantitative Reasoning — Register >
  • MAT 1450 — Introductory Statistics — Register >
  • MAT 1460 — Mathematics for Business Analysis — Register >
  • MAT 1470 — College Algebra — Register >
  • MAT 1510 — Numerical Concepts & Algebra for Teachers Register >
  • MAT 1520 — Geometry & Statistics for Teachers Register >
  • MAT 1570 — Analytic Geometry & Trigonometry — Register >
  • MAT 1580 — Precalculus — Register >
  • MAT 2160 — Calculus for Business & Economics — Register >
  • MAT 2170 — Business Statistics I — Register >
  • MAT 2180 — Business Statistics II — Register >
  • MAT 2240 — Calculus for the Life Sciences Register >
  • MAT 2270 — Calculus & Analytic Geometry I — Register >
  • MAT 2280 — Calculus & Analytic Geometry II — Register >
  • MAT 2290 — Calculus & Analytic Geometry III — Register >
  • MAT 2310 — Elementary Differential Equations — Register >
  • MAT 2320 — Linear Algebra — Register >
  • MAT 2330 — Differential Equations & Linear Algebra — Register >
  • MAT 2570 — Discrete Mathematics — Register >
  • PHI 2208 — Symbolic Logic Register >
Natural and Physical Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • AFR 1100 — African-American Studies — Register >
  • ECO 2160 — Principles of Macroeconomics — Register >
  • ECO 2180 — Principles of Microeconomics — Register >
  • GEO 1101 — Global Forces, Local Diversity — Register >
  • GEO 1102 — Earth's Physical Environment — Register >
  • GEO 1201 — World Regional Geography: People, Places & Globalization — Register >
  • HIS 2219 — Survey of the Middle East — Register >
  • PLS 1120 — American Federal Government — Register >
  • PLS 1232 — State & Local Government — Register >
  • PLS 2200 — Political Life, Systems & Issues — Register >
  • PLS 2220 — International Relations — Register >
  • PSY 1100 — General Psychology — Register >
  • PSY 1160 — African American Psychology — Register >
  • PSY 2200 — Lifespan Human Development — Register >
  • PSY 2205 — Child Development — Register >
  • PSY 2217 — Abnormal Psychology — Register >
  • PSY 2220 — Personality Psychology — Register >
  • PSY 2225 — Social Psychology — Register >
  • PSY 2228 — Industrial Organizational Psychology — Register >
  • PSY 2242 — Educational Psychology — Register >
  • SOC 1101 — Introduction to Sociology — Register >
  • SOC 1115 — Sociology of Marriage & Family — Register >
  • SOC 1117 — Popular Culture — Register >
  • SOC 1145 — Introduction to Cultural Anthropology — Register >
  • SOC 1160 — Sociology of Aging — Register >
  • SOC 1219 — Global Poverty — Register >
  • SOC 2205 — Social Problems — Register >
  • SOC 2208 — Sociology of American Cities — Register >
  • SOC 2215 — Race & Ethnicity — Register >
  • SOC 2226 — Criminology — Register >
Arts and Humanities
  • ART 1110 — Art Appreciation - Introduction to Art & Art Media — Register >
  • ART 2230 — Art History: Ancient through Medieval Periods — Register >
  • ART 2231 — Art History: Renaissance through Contemporary Periods — Register >
  • ART 2235 — History of Photography — Register >
  • ART 2236 — History of Women Artists — Register >
  • ART 2237 — History of American Art — Register >
  • ART 2238 — History of African Art — Register >
  • DAN 1155 — Dance History — Register >
  • DAN 1157 — Dance Appreciation — Register >
  • HIS 1101 — United States History I — Register >
  • HIS 1102 — United States History II — Register >
  • HIS 1105 — African-American History — Register >
  • HIS 1111 — Western Civilization I — Register >
  • HIS 1112 — Western Civilization II — Register >
  • HIS 2215 — Survey of African History — Register >
  • HIS 2216 — Survey of Latin American History — Register >
  • HIS 2217 — Survey of East Asian History — Register >
  • HIS 2218 — History of Ohio — Register >
  • HUM 1125 — Introduction to the Humanities — Register >
  • HUM 1130 — Humanity & the Challenge of Technology — Register >
  • HUM 1131 — The Search for Utopia — Register >
  • HUM 1135 — Environmental Ethics — Register >
  • HUM 1140 — Appalachian Folkways — Register >
  • HUM 1141 — Appalachian History & Culture — Register >
  • LIT 2201 — British Literature — Register >
  • LIT 2202 — British Literature II — Register >
  • LIT 2211 — American Literature I — Register >
  • LIT 2212 — American Literature II — Register >
  • LIT 2217 — Images of Women in Literature — Register >
  • LIT 2220 — Introduction to Literature — Register >
  • LIT 2230 — Great Books of the Western World — Register >
  • LIT 2234 — Literature of Africa, Asia, & Latin America — Register >
  • LIT 2400 — Children's & Adolescent Literature — Register >
  • MUS 1121 — Music Appreciation — Register >
  • MUS 1123 — World Music — Register >
  • MUS 2117 — Surveys of Musical Styles I — Register >
  • MUS 2118 — Surveys of Musical Styles II — Register >
  • PHI 2204 — Great Books: Philosophy — Register >
  • PHI 2205 — Introduction to Philosophy — Register >
  • PHI 2206 — Introduction to Ethics — Register >
  • REL 1111 — Eastern Religions — Register >
  • REL 1112 — Western Religions — Register >
  • REL 1135 — American Religious Movements — Register >
  • REL 1135 — Great Books: The Bible & Western Culture — Register >
  • REL 2255 — People & Religion — Register >
  • THE 1101 — Theatre Appreciation — Register >
  • THE 1105 — Introduction to Theatre — Register >
  • THE 2201 — History of Theatre I — Register >
  • THE 2202 — History of Theatre II — Register >

DEVELOPMENTAL COURSES FOR FALL

Click the course register link to see available open sections.

  • DEV 0015 — Integrated Developmental Reading & Writing I — Register >
  • DEV 0035 — Integrated Developmental Reading & Writing II — Register >
  • MAT 0100 — Algebra I — Register >
  • MAT 0200 — Algebra II — Register >
  • MAT 0300 — Algebra III — Register >
  • MAT 0445 — Quantitative Reasoning Booster — Register >
  • MAT 0450 — Introductory Statistics Booster — Register >
  • MAT 0460 — Booster for Mathematics for Business Analysis — Register >
  • MAT 0470 — College Algebra Booster — Register >
  • ESL 0120 — Reading & Writing Basics — Register >
  • ESL 0125 — Basic Speaking & Listening — Register >
  • ESL 0130 — ESL Reading & Writing I — Register >
  • ESL 0135 — ESL Reading & Writing II — Register >
  • ESL 0140 — ESL Listening & Speaking I — Register >
  • ESL 0145 — ESL Listening & Speaking II — Register >
  • ESL 0150 — ESL Basic — Register >
  • ESL 0170 — ESL Intermediate — Register >
  • ESL 0180 — ESL Intensive English Lab II — Register >
  • ESL 0185 — ESL Intensive Lab I — Register >
  • ESL 0190 — ESL Advanced — Register >
 


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