Trailblazer Academy Course Options

Which Course Should I Take?

As a high school student, we recommend you concentrate on general education courses that will transfer into any program track. The State of Ohio has ruled that College Credit Plus students must complete 15 credit hours in "Level I" coursework before progressing to Level II.  This takes place with Summer term 2018-2019.  The Allowable Course tab lists classes typically offered to high school students for Level I. Not all courses listed are offered online or on campus, nor are all classes offered every semester. Additionally, students can take religion courses on campus as self-pay.


Current Course Offerings

To view or print the current course listings, please select from the following:


Summer 2019 Course Offerings 

Fall 2019 On Campus Courses

Fall 2019 Online Courses​

Spring 2020 Course Offerings​

(For a full listing of courses and descriptions, please reference the Ohio Christian University Academic Catalog.)


Hybrid Courses

Ohio Christian University has adopted a pioneering teaching methodology with hybrid courses. These hybrid courses are only available on the university campus. Hybrid courses integrate in-class learning with the online experience. Students enrolled in a hybrid course will meet weekly in the classroom while also having in-class time substituted with an online format, which could include online lectures, videos, discussion forums and/or other online activities.


Online Courses

To increase access and meet the needs of high school students, many courses are offered online. With online courses, students complete their weekly learning activities in an asynchronous way (not necessarily at the same time as others). These courses are designed with many community features to encourage a social learning environment for students. Features include a homepage with alerts and professor information, course description and weekly assignments, lessons page with due dates and learning progress for each course, my courses page showing all courses currently registered to take, contacts, help tab, personal blog page and communities page which is student based for sharing resources. The online format demonstrates a social learning model with a strong sense of community. Online courses are also compatible with smart phones and ipads for those students on the go!