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Grade English (4-credits required) Math (3-credits required) Science (3-credits required) Physical Education (1-credit required)/Health (2-credit required) Social Studies (2.5-credits required) Fine or Applied Arts (3-credits required) Electives (8-credits required) Electives (continued) Recommended Activities
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Computer Lit --AND-- Music Elective: Instramental track: Concert Band; Voice track: Concert Choir
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Music Elective: Instramental track: Concert Band; Voice track: Concert Choir
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Music Therory
Elective: Wind Ensemble or Chamber Choir (both by auditions only)
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Economics --AND-- Cont Issues
Rogue Community College - Rogue
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2013-2014 Oregon Transfer Module (OTM) graduation guide
This program requires 45-56 credits.
(Last updated: 3/15/2014)

This advising guide is for advising purposes only. Please see current college catalog for additional information on specific college policies and graduation requirements.

In compliance with state and federal laws, Rogue Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, veterans status, sexual orientation, marital status or disability in employment, or in any of its educational programs or in the provision of benefits and services to students.

Starting Considerations

Some prerequisite classes may count as elective credits. Check with your advisor.

Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

Additional classes may be required before entering some courses. Entrance is based on placement test scores.

For more information,
contact the
Counseling Department

Foundational Skills Requirements

15-17 credits required

The Oregon Transfer Module (OTM) provides a one-year curriculum transferable within Oregon for students who want to transfer to another Oregon community college or public university prior to completing a two-year degree.

The OTM is not a certificate or degree. Once a student completes the courses and applies for the OTM, it is documented on the student's transcript.

The OTM is equivalent to the general education and academic major requirements of the first year of a bachelor's degree, or approximately half of an associate's degree of the transfer school.

By fulfilling these requirements and meeting the admission standards of the transfer institution, students will qualify for sophomore standing.

Writing:
8 credits required

Approved choices ->

WR121
English Composition I
(4 credits)

WR122
English Composition II
--OR--
WR227
Technical Writing
(4 credits)

Oral Communication:
1 course required


Approved choices ->

SP100
Basic Communication
(3 credits)

SP111
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
(4 credits)

SP115
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
(4 credits)

SP218
Interpersonal Communication
(4 credits)

Mathematics:
1 course required

NOTE: prerequisite MTH95

Approved choices ->

MTH105
Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics
(4 credits)

MTH111
College Algebra
(4 credits)

MTH112
Elementary Functions
(4 credits)

MTH211,
MTH212,
MTH213

Fundamentals of Elementary Math
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

MTH243
Probability and Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH244
Inferential Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH251,
MTH
252,
MTH
253
Calculus
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

MTH254
Vector Calculus
(5 credits)

MTH256
Differential Equations
(5 credits)

MTH261
Linear Algebra
(5 credits)

Introduction to Discipline Requirements

29-39 credits required

Humanities:
3 courses required


Approved choices ->

ART204,
ART205
,
ART206

History of Art
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ART211
Survey of
Visual Arts

(3 credits)

ENG104,
ENG105,
ENG106
Introduction to Literature
(4 credits each)

ENG107,
ENG108,
ENG109
World Literature
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ENG201,
ENG202,

ENG203

Shakespeare
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ENG204,
ENG205,

ENG206

Survey of English Literature
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ENG244
Introduction to Asian American Literature
(4 credits)

ENG253,
ENG254,

ENG255

Survey of American Literature
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ENG257
African American Literature
(4 credits)

ENG260
Introduction to Women Writers
(4 credits)

ENG261
Literature of
Science Fiction

(4 credits)

ENG275
The Bible as Literature
(4 credits)

FA101
Introduction to Motion Pictures
(4 credits)

FR201,
FR202,

FR203

Second Year French
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

HUM101,
HUM102
,
HUM103
 
Introduction to Humanities
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

HUM215,
HUM216,

HUM217
,
HUM218,

HUM219
 
Native American Arts and Cultures
(4 credits each)

IS110
Introduction to International Studies I
(4 credits)

MUS105
Music Appreciation
(3 credits)

MUS108
Music in World Cultures
(4 credits)

MUS201,
MUS202,
MUS203
Introduction to Music and Its Literature
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

MUS205
Introduction to Jazz Music and Its Literature
(3 credits)

MUS206
Introduction to RockMusic and Its Literature
(3 credits)

MUS261,
MUS262,
MUS263

Music History
(I, II, III)
(3 credits each)

PHL101,
PHL102,
PHL103
Philosophical Problems/ Ethics/ Critical Reasoning
(4 credits each)

REL201
World Religions
(4 credits)

REL243
Nature, Religion and Ecology
(4 credits)

SP100
Basic Communication
(3 credits)

SP115
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
(4 credits)

SP218
Interpersonal Communication
(4 credits)

SPAN201,
SPAN202,

SPAN203

Second Year
Spanish

(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

Social Science:
3 courses required


Approved choices ->

ANTH110
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
(4 credits)

ANTH150
Introduction to Archaeology
(4 credits)

CJ100
Foundations and Ethics in
Criminal Justice

(4 credits)

CJ101/SOC244
Introduction to Criminology
(4 credits)

CJ110
Introduction to Law Enforcement
(4 credits)

CJ201/SOC221
Juvenile Delinquency
(4 credits)

CJ214
Criminal Justice and Diversity
(4 credits)

CJ220
Substantive Law
(3 credits)

CJ221
Procedural Law
(3 credits)

ECON115
Introduction Economics
(Non-business majors)
(3 credits)

ECON201
Introduction to Microeconomics
(4 credits)

ECON202
Introduction to Macroeconomics
(4 credits)

GEOG100
Introduction to Physical Geography
(3 credits)

GEOG110
Introduction to Cultural/Human Geography
(3 credits)

GEOG120
World Regional Geography
(3 credits)

HST104,
HST105
History of World Civilization
(I, II)
(4 credits each)

HST201,
HST202

History of the United States

(I, II)
(4 credits each)

PS201,
PS202,

PS203
U. S. Government
(I, II, III)
(3 credits each)

PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations

(3 credits)

PSY119
Life Processes
(4 credits)

PSY201,
PSY202

General Psychology

(I, II)
(4 credits each)

PSY215
Life Span Human Development

(4 credits)

PSY219
Introduction to Abnormal Psychology

(4 credits)

PSY231
Human Sexuality

(3 credits)

SOC204,
SOC205
Introduction to Sociology/ American Society
(4 credits)

SOC211
Social Deviance and Social Control
(3 credits)

SOC213
Multicultural America
(4 credits)

SOC218
Sociology of Gender
(3 credits)

SOC225 
Social Problems
(4 credits)

SOC230 
Introduction to Gerontology
(4 credits)

SOC235
Chicano/Latino Historical Experience
(4 credits)

SOC243/ CJ243
Drugs, Crime, and Addiction
(4 credits)

Science/Math/ Computer Science: 1 

Three courses required, including at least one biological or physical science course with lab.

Maximum of one course from regional field studies courses allowed and are indicated by asterisk.


Approved choices ->

BI101,
BI102
,
BI103

Introduction to Biology (non-majors) w/Lab
(I, II, III)
(non-majors)
(4 credits each)

BI109
Marine Animals and Plants w/Lab
(4 credits)

BI121,
BI122

Elementary Anatomy/Physiology w/Lab
(I, II)
(4 credits)

BI211,
BI212,

BI213

Principles of Biology w/Lab
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

BI231,
BI232,

BI233

Anatomy and Physiology w/Lab
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

BI234,
BI235,
BI236
Microbiology/ Advanced Medical Microbiology/ Immunology w/Lab
(4 credits each)

BI272
Introduction to Ecology w/Lab
(4 credits)

CHEM104,
CHEM105,
CHEM106

Introductory Chemistry w/Lab and Recitation
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

CHEM221,
CHEM222,
CHEM
223
General Chemistry w/Lab
and Recitation
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

CHEM244
Quantitative Analysis w/Lab

(4 credits)

CS161
Computer Science I
(4 credits)

CS162
Computer Science II
(4 credits)

CS233B A
Visual Basic II 
(4 credits)

G101,
G102,

G103
Introduction to Geology w/Lab
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

GS104
 Physical Science w/lab
(4 credits)

GS105
 Physical Science: Chemistry w/lab
(4 credits)

GS106
 Physical Science: Earth Science w/lab
(4 credits)

GS107
Physical Science: Astronomy w/lab
(4 credits)

GS108
Physical Science: Oceanography w/lab
(4 credits)

GS161 *
Field Regional Studies w/Lab
(4 credits)

GS170 *
Regional Field Geology
(includes lab)
(3 credits)

MTH105
Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics
(4 credits)

MTH111
College Algebra
(4 credits)

MTH112
Elementary Functions
(5 credits)

MTH211,
MTH212,
MTH213
Fundamentals of Elementary Math
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

MTH243
Probability and Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH244
Probability Inferential Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH251,
MTH252,
MTH253
Calculus
(I,II, III)
(5 credits each)

MTH254
Vector Calculus
(5 credits)

MTH256
Differential Equations
(5 credits)

MTH261
Linear Algebra
(5 credits)

NFM225
Nutrition
(4 credits)

PH201,
PH202,
PH203
General Physics w/lab and recitation
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

PH211,
PH212,
PH213
General Physics (Calculus bases) w/lab and recitation
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

Sc210
Environmental Resources w/lab
(4 credits)

Electives:

maximum two courses

Complete a sufficient number of transfer-level courses (numbered 100 and above) to meet the Oregon Transfer Module requirement of at least 45 total credits.

Elective credits must be in the humanities, social science or science/math/computer science areas, and be at least three credits each.

The second year of a foreign language may be used toward elective credits but not first year courses.

Notes

1 If a math class is selected, it must be in addition to the mathematics foundational requirement.

Career Pathways Notes:

Credits from the OTM will transfer to the following:

Rogue Community College - Rogue
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2013-2014 Associate of Arts/Oregon Transfer Degree graduation guide
This program requires 90 credits.
(Last updated: 6/21/2013)

This advising guide is for advising purposes only. Please see current college catalogfor additional information on specific college policies and graduation requirements.

In compliance with state and federal laws, Rogue Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, veterans’ status,sexual orientation, marital status or disability in employment, or in any of its educational programs or in the provision of benefits and services to students.

Starting Considerations

Some prerequisites classes may count as elective credits. Check with your advisor.

Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

Additional classes may be required before entering some courses. Entrance is based on placement test scores.

For more information,
contact the

Counseling Department

Foundational Skills Requirements
Writing Skills:

Minimum eight credits required.

Students who took writing classes of three credits each must have WR121, WR122 and either WR123 or WR227. Students taking classes of four credits each must take WR121 and either WR122 or WR227.

WR121
English Composition I
(4 credits)

WR122
English Composition II
--OR--
WR227
Technical Writing
(4 credits)

Oral Communication:

Minimum one course required

SP100 1
Basic Communication
(4 credits)

SP111
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
(4 credits)

SP115 2
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
(4 credits)

SP218
Interpersonal Communication
(4 credits)

Mathematics:

Minimum one course required; prerequisite: MTH95

MTH105
Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics
(4 credits)

MTH111
College Algebra
(4 credits)

MTH112
Elementary Functions
(4 credits)

MTH211,
MTH212,
MTH213

Fundamentals of Elementary Math
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

MTH243
Probability and Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH244
Inferential Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH251,
MTH
252,
MTH
253
Calculus
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

MTH254
Vector Calculus
(5 credits)

MTH256
Differential Equations
(5 credits)

MTH261
Linear Algebra
(5 credits)

Fitness/ Health/ Physical Education:

Minimum one or more courses totaling at least three credits

HE112
Emergency First Aid
(1 credit)

HE199
Special Studies
(1 credit)

HE208
HIV and Infectious Diseases
(1 credit)

HE250
Personal Health
(3 credits)

HE252
First Aid/CPR
(3 credits)

HE253
Wilderness First Aid
(3 credits)

HE259
Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury
(3 credits)

HE261
CPR
(1 credit)

HPE295
Health and Fitness for Life
(3 credits)

PE185
Activity Courses
(1-3 credits)

PE199
Special Studies
(variable credits)

PE291
Life Guard Training
(2 credits)

PE292
Water Safety Instructor
(2 credits)

Discipline Studies Requirements
Humanities Requirements:

Minimum three courses from the following Humanities 3 list chosen from at least two disciplines

ART204, 2
ART205
, 2 
ART206
2 
History of Art
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ART211 2
Survey of
Visual Arts

(Art Appreciation)
(3 credits)

ENG104,
ENG105,
ENG106
Introduction to Literature
(Drama, Literature, Poetry)
(4 credits each)

ENG107, 2
ENG108, 2
ENG109 2
World Literature
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ENG201,
ENG202,

ENG203

Shakespeare
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ENG204,
ENG205,

ENG206

Survey of English Literature
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ENG244 2
Introduction to Asian American Literature
(4 credits)

ENG253,
ENG254,

ENG255

Survey of American Literature
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

ENG257 2
African American Literature
(4 credits)

ENG260 2
Introduction to Women Writers
(4 credits)

ENG261
Literature of
Science Fiction

(4 credits)

ENG275
The Bible as
Literature

(4 credits)

FA101
Introduction to Motion Pictures
(4 credits)

FR201, 3
FR202,
3
FR203
3
Second Year French
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

HUM101, 2
HUM102,
2
HUM103
2
Introduction to Humanities
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

HUM215, 2 
HUM216,
2 
HUM217,
2 
HUM218,
2 
HUM219
2 
Native American Arts and Cultures
(Eskimo/Inuit,
First Nations of the Northwest Coast,
Nations of the Plains,
Nations of the Southwest,
Peoples of Mexico)
(4 credits each)

IS110 2
Introduction to International Studies I
(4 credits)

MUS105
Music Appreciation
(3 credits)

MUS108
Music in World Cultures
(4 credits)

MUS201
MUS202
MUS203
Introduction to Music and Its Literature
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

MUS205
Introduction to Jazz Music and Its Literature
(3 credits)

MUS206
Introduction to Rock Music and Its Literature
(3 credits)

PHL101
PHL102
PHL103
Philosophical Problems/ Ethics/ Critical Reasoning
(4 credits each)

REL201 2
World Religions
(4 credits)

REL243 2
Nature, Religions and Ecology
(4 credits)

SP100 1, 4
Basic Communication
(4 credits)

SP111 4
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
(4 credits)

SP115 4
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
(4 credits)

SP218 4
Interpersonal Communication
(4 credits)

SPAN201,3
SPAN202,
3
SPAN203
3
Second Year
Spanish

(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

Social Science Requirements:

At least four courses from the following list chosen from at least two disciplines

ANTH110 2
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
(4 credits)

ANTH150
Introduction to Archaeology
(4 credits)

CJ100
Foundations and Ethics in
Criminal Justice

(4 credits)

CJ214
Crime, Justice and Diversity
(4 credits)

ECON201
ECON202
Principles of Microeconomics/ Principles of Macroeconomics
(4 credits)

GEOG110
Introduction to Cultural/Human Geography
(3 credits)

GEOG120
World Regional Geography
(3 credits)

HST104, 2
HST105 2 
History of World Civilization
(I, II)
(4 credits each)

HST201,
HST202

History of the United States
(I, II)
(4 credits each)

PS201,
PS202

PS203
U. S. Government
(I, II, III)
(3 credits each)

PSY201,
PSY202

General Psychology
(I, II)
(4 credits each)

PSY215
Life Span Human Development
(4 credits)

PSY219
Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
(4 credits)

SOC204, 2
SOC205 2
Introduction to Sociology/ American Society
(4 credits)

SOC213 2
Multicultural America
(4 credits)

SOC218 2
Sociology of Gender
(3 credits)

SOC221 / CJ201
Juvenile Delinquency
(4 credits)

SOC228
Environment and Society
(4 credits)

SOC235 2
Chicano/Latino Historical Experience
(4 credits)

SOC243 /CJ243
Drugs, Crime, and Addiction
(4 credits)

SOC244 / CJ101
Introduction to Criminology
(4 credits)

Science/Math/ Computer Science Requirement:

Minimum four courses from the following list chosen from at least two disciplines including at least three laboratory biological or physical science courses

Only one of the four courses can be a regional field studies course indicated by asterisk

BI101,
BI102,
BI103
Introduction to Biology (non-majors) w/Lab
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

BI109
Marine Animals and Plants w/Lab
(4 credits)

BI121,
BI122
Elementary Anatomy/Physiology w/Lab
(I, II)
(4 credits)

BI211,
BI212,

BI213

Principles of Biology w/Lab
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

BI231,
BI232,

BI233

Anatomy and Physiology w/Lab
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

BI234
Microbiology/ Immunology w/Lab I
(4 credits)

BI272
Introduction to Ecology w/Lab
(4 credits)

CHEM104,
CHEM105,
CHEM106

Introductory Chemistry w/Lab and Recitation
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

CHEM221,
CHEM222,
CHEM223
General Chemistry w/Lab
and Recitation
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

CHEM244
Quantitative Analysis w/Lab
(4 credits)

CS161
Computer Science I
(4 credits)

CS162
Computer Science II
(4 credits)

CS233B
Visual Basic II 
(4 credits)

G101,
G102,

G103
Introduction to Geology w/Lab
(I, II, III)
(4 credits each)

GS104,
Physical Science w/lab
(4 credits)

GS105
Physical Science: Chemistry w/lab
(4 credits)

GS106
Physical Science: Earth Science w/lab
(4 credits)

GS107
Physical Science: Astronomy w/lab
(4 credit)

GS108
Physical Science: Oceanography w/lab
(4 credits)

GS161 *
Field Regional Studies w/Lab
(4 credits)

GS170 *
Regional Field Geology
(includes lab)
(3 credits)

MTH105 5
Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics
(4 credits)

MTH111 5
College Algebra
(4 credits)

MTH112 5
Elementary Functions
(5 credits)

MTH211, 5
MTH212, 5
MTH213 5
Fundamentals of Elementary Math
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

MTH243 5
Probability and Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH244 5
Probability Inferential Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH251, 5
MTH252, 5
MTH253 5
Calculus
(I,II, III)
(5 credits each)

MTH254 5
Vector Calculus
(5 credits)

MTH256 5
Differential Equations
(5 credits)

MTH261 5
Linear Algebra
(5 credits)

PH201,
PH202,
PH203
General Physics w/lab and recitation
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

PH211,
PH212,
PH213
General Physics (Calculus bases) w/lab and recitation
(I, II, III)
(5 credits each)

SC210
Environmental Resources w/lab
(4 credits)

Elective Requirements:

Complete sufficient number of college-level (numbered 100 and above) courses to meet total degree requirement of at least 90 credits. It is recommended that electives be from the major area of interest. First-year foreign language courses may be used as elective credits.

A maximum of 12 Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) credits may be used toward this degree.

A maximum of 12 career and technical course credits may be used toward this degree including any career and technical CWE courses.

Note: WR115 Introduction to Expository Writing may be used as elective credit if taken summer term 2000 or after and completed with a letter grade of "C" or better.

Notes

1 SP100 may not be accepted if students do not complete this degree before transferring to an Oregon university.

2 Meets cultural literacy criteria (one course required).

3 Students who have graduated from high school or completed a high school equivalency program in 1997 or after must have the following requirement for admission to a four-year Oregon university:

1) Two years of the same high school-level language,
or
2) two terms of college-level language with a grade of

If students plan to complete a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree at a four-year school, they must have a proficiency in a foreign language regardless of when they graduated from high school or equivalency program.

Note: Second-year foreign languages courses used to meet the Humanities discipline studies requirement on this degree may not be allowed at some schools to also fulfill the foreign language requirement.

4 May be taken if not used to fulfill Oral Communication foundational requirement.

5 May be taken if not used to fulfill Mathematics foundational requirement.