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Rogue Community College - RCC Associate of ArtsOregon Transfer Degree AAOT
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.

Rogue Community College - RCC Computer Support Technician AAS
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2014-2015 Computer Support Technician Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree graduation guide.
This program requires 90-92 credits.
(Last updated: 12/2/2014)

Starting
Considerations

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
Computer Science Department

Prerequisites

0-11 credits

CS120
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
documented computer proficiency
(0-4 credits)

MTH60
Fundamentals of Algebra I
--OR--
designated placement test score as shown on current indicator chart
(0-4 credits)

WR115
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
designated placement test score as shown on current indicator chart
(0-3 credits)

General
Education
Requirements

25-27 credits

COMM225
Small Group Communication and Problem Solving
(4 credits)

HE250 
Personal Health
--OR--
HE252

First Aid/CPR
--OR--
HPE295

Health and Fitness for Life
--OR--
HE112
Emergency First Aid
--OR--
HE261
CPR
(1-3 credits)

LIB127
Introduction to Library Research Methods
(1 credit)

MTH65
Fundamentals of Algebra II
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
(3 credits)

SP111
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
--OR--
SP218
Interpersonal Communication
(4 credits)

WR121
English
Composition I
(4 credits)

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

Required
Core
Courses

65-67 credits

CS125db
Data Base Management Systems
(3 credits)

CS125ppt
Effective Presentations
(2 credits)

CS125ss
Spreadsheet Applications
(3 credits)

CS125v
Visio
(1 credit)

CS125ww
Word Processing Applications
(3 credits)

Any CS133 
Programming language course
(4 credits)

CS140
Introduction to Operating Systems
(4 credits)

CS179
Introduction to Networks
(4 credits)

CS225
Computer End-user Support I
(4 credits)

CS227
PC Hardware Fundamentals
and Repair
(5 credits)

CS240
Advanced Operating Systems
(4 credits)

CS279
Network Operating Systems
(4 credits)

CS280
Cooperative Work Experience
(3 credits)

ED131
Applied Learning Theory
(3 credits)

EET101 
Introduction to Electronics
--OR--
EET115 
Applied Electronics Fundamentals 
(3-5 credits)

Approved Program Electives
(14 credits required)

See choices below

Approved
Program
Electives

14 credits required

BT204
Project Management
(4 credits)

CS125dw
Dreamweaver I
(3 credits)

CS125r
Database Report Generation
(Crystal Reports)
(3 credits)

Any CS133 
Programming language course
(4 credits)

CS135dw
Dreamweaver II
(3 credits)

CS161
Computer Science I
(4 credits)

CS162
Computer Science II
(4 credits)

CS195
Web Authoring I
(4 credits)

CS196
Web Authoring II
(4 credits)

CS233u 
Advanced C++ Language 
(4 credits)

CS235
Word Press/
Content Management Systems

(3 credits)

CS240L
Advanced Operating Systems - Linux
(4 credits)

CS275 
Database Develpment I
(4 credits)

CS280
EET280
Cooperative Work Experience
(variable)

EET112
Introduction to Mechatronics
(5 credits)

EET115 
Applied Electronics Fundamentals 
(5 credits)

EET130
Digital
Fundamentals I
(5 credits)

EET131
Digital
Fundamentals II
(5 credits)

HCI255 
Introduction to Health Care Informatics
(3 credits)

MTH95
Intermediate Algebra
(4 credits)

MTH95R
Intermediate Algebra Recitation
(1 credit)

MTH111
College Algebra
(4 credits)

MTH111R
College Algebra Recitation
(1 credit)

MTH243
Probability and Statictics w/lab
(4 credits)

SOC237
Computer-mediated Communication
(4 credits)

Rogue Community College - RCC Emergency Medical Technology - Paramedic AAS
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2013-2014
Emergency Medical Technology — Paramedic Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree graduation guide.
This program requires 103-108 credits.
(Last updated: 8/19/2013)
Starting Considerations
Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an EMT Department advisor prior to beginning any coursework.
Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.
Additional classes may be required before entering some course. Entrance is based on placement test scores.

For more information
contact the
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Prereqs

BI211 1
General Biology I w/lab
(4 credits)

Approved 3-4 credit computer science class,
CS120 2,3
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
above
--OR--
documented computer proficiency
(0-4 credits)

MTH65
Fundamentals of Algebra II
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

RD30
College Reading
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

WR115
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
designated placement test score
(3 credits)

1st Yr
Fall

BI231
Anatomy and Physiology I w/lab
(4 credits)

ES105
Introduction to Emergency Services
(4 credits)

ES131
EMT -Part I
(4 credits)

ES131L
EMT - Part I Lab
(1 credit)

MO100
Medical Terminology: Introduction
(3 credits)

1st Yr
Winter

BI232
Anatomy and Physiology II w/lab
(4 credits)

ES132
EMT - Part II
(4 credits)

ES132L
EMT - Part II Lab
(1 credit)

EMS170
Emergency Communication and Documentation
(2 credits)

MTH95
Intermediate Algebra
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

1st Yr
Spring

BI233
Anatomy and Physiology III w/lab
(4 credits)

EMS205
Crisis Intervention
(3 credits)

ES268
Emergency Service Rescue
(3 credits)

EMS171
Emergency Patient Transportation
--OR--
FRP253

Aparatus Driver
(2-3 credits)

WR121
English
Composition I

(4 credits)

2nd Yr
Fall

EMS271
Paramedic Part 1
(8 credits)

EMT271L
Paramedic Lab Part 1
(2 credits)

EMS281
Paramedic Clinical Practice I
(1 credit)

SP111
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
--OR--
SP218
Interpersonal Communications
(4 credits)

2nd Yr
Winter

EMS272
Paramedic Part II
(8 credits)

EMS272L
Paramedic Lab Part II
(2 credits)

EMS282
Paramedic Clinical Practice II
(2 credits)

HPE295
Health and Fitness for Life
(3 credits)

2nd Yr
Spring

EMS273
Paramedic Part III
(5 credits)

EMS273L
Paramedic Lab Part III
(2 credits)

EMS283
Paramedic Clinical Practice III
(2 credits)

PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
--OR--
BT101
Human Relations in Organizations
(3 credits)

Approved social science elective-
see RCC Catalog's approved electives list)
(3-4 credits)

2nd Yr
Summer

EMS284
Paramedic Part IV
(8 credits)

Approved Program Elective
(3-6 credits)

See choices below

Approved Program Electives

Minimum of 3 credits required

BA101
Introduction to Business
(3 credits)

BA211
Financial Accounting
(4 credits)

BA226
Business Law
(4 credits)

BT102
Introduction to Supervision
(3 credits)

BT151
Practical Accounting I
(4 credits)

CG144
Introduction to Assertiveness
(1 credit)

CHEM104
Introductiory Chemistry w/lab and recitation
(5 credits)

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

EMS160
Introduction to Basic ECG Interpretation
(2 credits)

EMS181
Advanced EMT Part I
(5 credits)

EMS182
Advanced EMT Part II
(5 credits)

EMS183
Advanced EMT Part III
(2 credits)

EMS280
Cooperative Work Experience/ EMS
(1-6 credits)

EMS299
Workshop: EMS Training
(variable credits)

FRP251
Firefighter Level I
(8 credits)

FRP261
Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations
(1 credit)

FRP285
Fire Instructor I
(3 credits)

HC100
Community Health Worker
(6 credits)

HCI120
Introduction to the Health Care Industry
(3 credits)

ITP101
Sign Language
(2 credits)

LIB127
Introduction to Library Research Methods
(1 credit)

MO110
Medical Terminology: Clinical
(3 credits)

MTH95R
Intermediate Algebra Recitation
(1 credit)

MTH105
Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics
(4 credits)

MTH243
Probability and Statistics
(4 credits)

WR227
Technical Writing
(4 credits)

Any foreign language
(4 credits)

Notes

1 BI211 is a prerequisite to BI231; CHEM104 is also highly recommended

2 Required for graduation.

3 Successful completion of CS101 or CS120, or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within the last 10 years, fulfills this requirement.

Rogue Community College - RCC Fitness Technician Cert
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2012-2013 Fitness Technician Certificate of Completion graduation guide.
This program requires 45-47 credits.
(Last updated: 9/20/2013)
Starting Considerations

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
Health, P.E., and Recreation (HPER) Department

Prereqs

CS120 1
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
documented computer proficiency
(0-4 credits)

MTH20
Pre-algebra
--OR--
designated placement test score
(0-4 credits)

RD30
College Reading II
--OR--
designated placement test score
(0-4 credits)

WR30
Fundamentals of Composition II
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

Required Core Courses
First Term

BI121 2
Elementary Anatomy and Physiology I w/lab
--OR--
BI231
Human Anatomy and Physiology I w/lab
(4 credits)

HE131
Introduction to Exercise and Sports Science
(3 credits)

PE185D
Physical Conditioning/ Weight Training
(1 credit)

PE185K
Core and Cardio
--OR--
PE185N
Circuit Fitness Training
(1 credit)

PE264
Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription
--OR--
HE259
Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury
(2-3 credits)

WR115
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
designated placement test score
BT1133
Business English I
--OR--
higher level composition class
(3-4 credits)

Second Term

HPE295
Health and Fitness for Life
(3 credits)

MTH60
Fundamentals of Algebra I
--OR--
BT160
Business Math
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

NFM225
Nutrition
(4 credits)

PE185E
Yoga
--OR--
PE185J
Pilates
--OR--
PE185L
Lap Swimming
--OR--
PE185M
Multi-level Aerobics
(1 credit)

PE194
Principles of Strength Training and Conditioning
(2 credits)

Third Term

BT101
Human Resources in Organizations
--OR--
PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
(3 credits)

HE252
First Aid/CPR
(3 credits)

MO100
Medical Terminology Introduction
(3 credits)

PE280
Cooperative Work Experience/Physical Education
(2 credits)

PE290
Fitness Instructor
(2 credits)

SOC230
Introduction to Gerontology
(4 credits)

Notes

1 Successful completion of CS101 or CS120, or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within the last 10 years, fulfills this requirement.

2BI211 is a prerequisite for BI231.

3Students who have successfully completed the 3-credit version of BT113 will have met the writing requirement.

Rogue Community College - RCC Health Care Informatics Assistant Basic Health Care CPC
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2010-2011 Health Care Informatics Assistant: Basic Health Care Career Pathways Certificate of Completion graduation guide.
This program requires 21-30 credits.
(Last updated: 6/28/2011)
Starting Considerations

Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

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

For more information
contact the
Computer Science Department

Prereqs

BT120
Computer Typing
--OR--
typing speed of 25 wam
(0-2 credits)

MTH20
Pre-algebra
--OR--
designated placement test score as shown on current indicator chart
(0-4 credits)

RD30
College Reading II
--OR--
designated placement test score as shown on current indicator chart
(0-4 credits)

WR30
Fundamentals of Composition II
--OR--
designated placement test score as shown on current indicator chart
(0-4 credits)

Required Courses

BI121
Elementary Anatomy and Physiology I
(4 credits)

BT101 1
Human Relations in Organizations
(3 credits)

CG155 2
Exploring Careers in Health Care
(3 credits)

CS120 3
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
demonstrate computer proficiency
(0-4 credits)

HCI120 2
Introduction to Health Care Industry
(3 credits)

HE261
CPR
--OR--
HE252

First Aid/CPR
--OR--
9.167

Emergency First Aid
(1-3 credits)

MO100
Medical Terminology: Introduction
(3 credits)

MTH60
Fundamentals of Algebra I
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

WR115
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
designated placement test score as shown on current indicator chart
(3 credits)

Notes

1 PSY101 also acceptable although not available online at RCC.

2 Corequisite: WR115.

3 Successful completion of CS101 or CS120, or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within
the last 10 years, fulfills this requirement.

The program advisor will work with each student to design an individualized sequence of instruction.--This is just a sample.

Rogue Community College - RCC Health Care Informatics Assistant Cert
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2013-2014 Health Care Informatics Assistant Certificate of Completion graduation guide.
This program requires 53-55 credits..
(Last updated: 8/07/2013)
Starting Considerations

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
Computer Science Department

Prereqs

CS120 1 
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
demonstrate computer proficiency
(4 credits)

MTH60
Fundamentals of Algebra I
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

WR30
Fundamentals of Composition II
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

General Edcuation Requirements

MTH65
Fundamentals of Algebra II
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
(3 credits)

WR115
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
higher level composition
(3 credits)

Required Courses

BI121
Elementary Anatomy and Physiology I w/lab
--OR--
BI231

Anatomy and Physiology II w/lab
(4 credits)

BI122
Elementary Anatomy and Physiology II w/lab
--OR--

BI232
Anatomy and Physiology II w/lab
(4 credits)

CS125db
Data Base Management Systems
(3 credits)

CS140
Introduction to Operating Systems
(4 credits)

CS179
Introduction to Networks
(4 credits)

CS225
Computer End-user Support I
(4 credits)

CS227
PC Hardware Fundamentals and Repair
(5 credits)

HCI120
Introduction to Health Care Industry
(3 credits)

HCI210
Legal Aspects of Medical Records
(3 credits)

HCI255
Introduction to Health Care Informatics
(3 credits)

MO100
Medical Terminology: Introduction
(3 credits)

Approved Program Elective
(3-5 credits)

See choices below

Approved Program Electives

3-5 credits required.

CG155
Exploring Careers in Health Care
(3 credits)

CHEM104
Introductory Chemistry I w/Lab and Recitation
(5 credits)

CS125ss
Spreadsheet Applications
(3 credits)

HE261
CPR
--OR--
HE112
Emergency First Aid
--OR--
HE250

Personal Health
--OR--
HE252
First Aid/CPR
HPE295
Health and Fitness for Life
(1-3 credits)

Notes

1 Successful completion of CS101 or CS120, or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within
the last 10 years, fulfills this graduation requirement.


Rogue Community College - RCC Massage Therapy Cert
Massage Therapy is a limited-entry program. This POST was designed based on RCC's 2010-2011 Massage Therapy Certificate of Completion Advising Guide. This program requires 50-62 credits. (Last updated: 8/30/2010)
Prereqs
The program advisor will work with each student to design an individualized sequence of instruction.--This is just a sample.
Prereqs
1st Yr
Fall
Approved program elective (2 credits) - See choices below
1st Yr
Winter
1st Yr
Spring
1st Yr
Spring
Approved program elective (2 credits) - See choices below
Electives
Electives
Electives
Electives
Click on a course to view course descriptions and check prerequisites to see if additional classes may be required based on placement test scores.
Rogue Community College - RCC Nursing AAS

The Nursing program is a limited-entry program.

This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2013-2014
Nursing Associate of Applied Science Degree graduation guide.
This program requires 102 credits..
(Last updated: 8/14/2013)
Starting Considerations

The Nursing program is a limited-entry program.

There is a timeline for submitting program applications.

See Entry Requirements

The program advisor will work with each student to design an individuaalized sequence of instruction.

This is just a sample.

Click on a copurse to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

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

For more information,
contact the
Nursing Department

Prerequisites/ Required Preparatory Courses1

BI2112
General Biology Biology I w/Lab
(or department chair acceptance of transfer biology with genetics)
(4 credits)

BI2312
Anatomy and Physiology I w/Lab
(within last seven years)
(4 credits)

BI2322
Anatomy and Physiology II w/Lab
(within last seven)
(4 credits)

BI2332
Anatomy and Physiology III w/Lab
(within last seven years)
(4 credits)

Approved computer science class, CS120 3
Concepts in Computing I w/lab
or above within the last 10 years
--OR--
documented computer proficiency
(0-4 credits)

MTH95
Intermediate Algebra
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

NFM225
Nutrition
(4 credits)

PSY202 4
General Psychology II
(4 credits)

PSY215
Life Span Human Development
(4 credits)

WR121 4
English
Composition I

(4 credits)

WR122 4
English
Composition II

(4 credits)

Any college-level (100 or 200 numbered) transferable social science elective
(3 credits)

Any college-level (100 or 200 numbered) transferable non-studio humanities, social science, or science electives 5
(0-6 credits)

Prerequisite/ prepatory credits to be eligible to apply
(30 credits) 1

All prerequisite/ preparatory credits will be completed before admission to nursing courses, minimum of
(46 credits)

First Year Nursing Course Requirements6
First Year Fall

To be admitted into nursing courses, students must complete all required prerequisite/required preparatory courses (minimum 46 credits) and be accepted into the Nursing program.

BI2342
Microbiology w/lab
(4 credits)

NRS110
Foundations of Nursing - Health Promotion
(9 credits)

Any lower division transfer elective
(3 credits)

First Year Winter

NRS112
Foundations of Nursing in Acute Care I
(6 credits)

NRS230
Clinical Pharmacology I
(3 credits)

NRS232
Pathophysiological Processes I
(3 credits)

Any college-level (100 or 200 numbered) transferable non-studio humanities, social science, or science electives 7
(4 credits)

First Year Spring

NRS111
Foundations of Nursing in Chronic Illness I
(6 credits)

NRS231
Clinical Pharmacology II
(3 credits)

NRS233
Pathophysiological Processes II
(3 credits)

WR227 8
Technical Writing
(0-4 credits)

LPN TRANSITIONS ONLY
NRS1159
LPN Transition to OCNE
(only for accepted advance placed LPNs)
(6 credits)

First Year Summer

 NRS199C 10
Special Studies Surgical Nursing
(4 credits)

Second Year Nursing Course Requirements


Second Year Fall

NRS221
Nursing in Chronic Illness II and End-of-Life
(9 credits)

Any college-level (100 or 200 numbered) transferable non-studio humanities, social science, or science electives 7
(6 credits)

Second Year Winter

NRS222
Nursing in Acute Care II and End-of-Life
(9 credits)

Any college-level (100 or 200 numbered) transferable non-studio humanities, social science, or science electives 7
(6 credits)

Second Year Spring

NRS224
Integrative Practicum
(9 credits)

Any college-level (100 or 200 numbered) transferable non-studio humanities, social science, or science electives 7
(3 credits)

Notes

1 MTH95 or higher level math (4 credits) and BI231 must be part of the 30 credits completed by application deadline for application to be eligible. Remaining 22 prerequisite credits may be from any of the prerequisite/required preparatory courses. Virtual labs are not acceptable for required prerequisite or program science courses.

2Virtual labs are not accepted for lab science courses. No time limit extensions will be granted for anatomy and physiology courses.

3 If CS101 was completed within the last 10 years, it is not necessary to take CS120; if computer proficiency is documented (0 credits), students must be sure to complete at least 30 credits from prerequisite/ preparatory course list by application deadline and all prerequisites (minimum 46 credits) by end of summer term in the year of application to enroll in Nursing courses, if accepted.

4 PSY202, WR121 and WR122, completed before summer term 2009 at 3 credits each, are also acceptable. If Life Span Human Development completed previously, any previously completed transferable 3 credit social science course can replace PSY202.

5 To be admitted into nursing courses, students must complete all required prerequisite/required preparatory courses (minimum 46 credits) and be accepted into the Nursing program. A total of 3 to 4 credits of speech (SP100, SP111, SP115 or SP218) can be included in the elective blocks of prerequisite/preparatory/ program credits.

6 BI234 must be completed before winter term; other general education courses in this year may be completed during summer term, but must be completed to progress to second year nursing courses.

7 Students who plan to continue through to OHSU must be aware that to earn the bachelor’s degree from OHSU, they must have two years of the same high school-level language, or two terms of collegelevel language, or pass a language proficiency examination. College-level foreign language (including American Sign Language) credits count toward degree requirements. A minimum of 9 credits of humanities is required for the OHSU degree.

7 continued Students planning to transition to OHSU must have 132 credits of prerequisite and program required courses by the completion of the AAS degree in order to meet the 180 credit requirement by the completion of the Bachelor’s Degree with a major in Nursing from OHSU. Students planning to earn a bachelor’s degree are encouraged to complete MTH243 Probability and Statistics soon after the prerequisite math course.

8WR227 is not required if students have previously WR123 at 3 credits or have completed WR121 and WR122, 4 credits each (8 credits total, inclusive of research writing) since summer of 2009 or have completed a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in an English speaking country.

9 NRS115 LPN Transition to OCNE, 6 credits, will be offered in summer through RCC and will be limited to space available and to those LPNs who meet application/selection criteria. The application deadline will be October 15, 2013. See the Nursing program director for more information.

10 NRS99CSpecial Studies: Surgical Nursing, 4 credits, an optional course, will be offered in summer term at Rogue Regional Medical Center only to students who have successfully completed the first year of the RCC Nursing program, and with instructor permission. NRS199C is not eligible for financial aid. See program director for details.

Rogue Community College - RCC Practical Nursing Cert

Practical Nursing (PN) is a limited-entry program.

This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2013-2014
Practical Nursing Certificate of Completion graduation guide.
This program requires 48-53 credits.
(Last updated: 8/18/2013)
Starting Considerations

Practical Nursing (PN) is a limited-entry program. Interested students are encouraged to attend an information session, find available dates/times/places at http://learn.roguecc.edu/nursing/practicalnursing/info.html

There is a timeline for submitting program applications.

See Entry Requirements

The program advisor will work with each student to design an individualized sequence of instruction.

This is just a sample.

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
Practical Nursing Program

Prereqs

BI1211
Elementary Anatomy and Physiology I w/Lab
(within the last seven years; or BI231 and BI232 if both completed with labs with in last seven years)
(4 credits)

MTH652
Fundamentals of Algebra II
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

NA101 3
Basic Nursing Assistant
(including skills lab and clinical or other OSBN approved NA course with completion certificate; course waived for students with copy of current OSBN CNA certification attached to application)
(0-9 credits)

WR115 
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
designated placement test score
(0-3 credits)

Required Prepatory Courses

Approved computer science class, CS120 4
Concepts in
Computing I

or above
--OR--
documented
computer proficiency
within the last 10 years
(0-4 credits)

BI122
Elementary Anatomy and Physiology II w/Lab
(within last seven years)
--OR--
BI233
Human Anatomy and Physiology III w/lab(within the last seven years and only if student completed BI231 and BI232 as prerequisites)1
(4 credits)

HE261
CPR
--OR--
other AHA or ARC adult/infant/child, one and two person course with AED
(completed after January 2012
(0-1 credit)

WR121 5
English Composition I
(4 credits)

Required Courses
Winter (First) Term

PN101
Practical Nursing I
(8 credits)

PN101C
Practical Nursing I Clinical
(3 credits)

PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
--OR--
BT101

Human Relations in Organizations
(3 credits)

 

Spring (Second) Term

PN102
Practical Nursing II
(8 credits)

PN102C
Practical Nursing II Clinical
(4 credits)

Summer (Third) Term

PN103
Practical Nursing III
(8 credits)

PN103C
Practical Nursing III Clinical
(4 credits)

PN104C6
Practical Nursing IV Clinical
(post-summer session)
(2 credits)

Approved Program Electives

CG100
College Success and Survival
(1 credit)

LIB127
Introduction to Library Research Methods
(1 credit)

MO100
Medical Terminology: Introduction
(3 credits)

RD115
Speedreading for College
(3 credits)

Notes

1Virtual labs are not accepted for lab science courses.

2Required for graduation.

3 Accepted students will be required to provide the program secretary with proof of current unencumbered
CNA certification in Oregon valid through November 1 by November 1 in order to
retain acceptance and be admitted to the first practical nursing course the following winter term.

4 If students have completed CS101 within the last 10 years to meet computer proficiency requirement,
it is not necessary to take CS120.

5WR121, 3 credits, completed before summer of 2009 is also acceptable.

6Students must register for PN104C (post-summer session) at the same time they register for PN103
and PN103C.

Career Pathways Notes:

Credits earned in the successful completion of this program can be applied to other degrees. For more information, see the Practical Nursing Program or Nursing Program advisors.