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Rogue Community College - RCC Business Assistant Cert
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2014-2015 Business Assistant Certificate of Completion graduation guide.
This program requires 50-53 credits.
(Last updated:7/15/2014

This digitized graduation guide was created for advising purposes.
Please see current college catalog for additional information on specific college policies and graduation requirements.

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
Business Technology Department

Prerequisites

0-14 credits

BA130 1
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
documented proficiency
(0-2 credits)

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

RD30
College Reading
--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
Core
Courses

39 credits

BA109
Ready, Set, Work: Techniques for Landing a Job
(2 credits)

BA131
Introduction to Business Computing
(4 credits)

BA214
Business Communications
(4 credits)

BA218
Personal Finance
(3 credits)

BT101
Human Relations in Organizations
(3 credits)

BT113 2
Business English I
(4 credits)

BT114 2
Business
English II

(4 credits)

BT151
Practical
Accounting I

(4 credits)

BT160
Business Math
(4 credits)

CS125ss
Spreadsheet Applications
(3 credits)

CS125ww
Word Processing Applications
(Word)
(3 credits)

LIB127
Introduction to Library Research Methods
(1 credit)

Specialty
Tracks

Select one:

Students enrolled in

the Business Assistant

program must select

one of the following

specialties:

Accounting
Assistant
Specialty
Track

13 credits

BA177
Payroll and Tax
(3 credits)

BA228
Computer Accounting Applications
(2 credits)

BT161
Practical
Accounting II
(4 credits)

BT171
Practical
Accounting III

(4 credits)

Administrative
Support
Track

11-12 credits

BA240
Filing and Records Management
(3 credits)

BT115
Editing and Proofreading
(3 credits)

Approved program elective
(5-6 credits)

Choices listed below

Assistant
Manager
Track

12-14 credits

BA101
Introduction to Business
(3 credits)

BA226
Business Law
(4 credits)

BT102
Introduction to Supervision
(3 credits)

Approved program elective
(2-4 credits)

Choices listed below

Approved
Program
Electives


5-6 credits: Administrative Support
2-4 credits: Assistant Manager

(5-6 credits required for Administrative Support Specialty and 2-4 required for Assistant Manager Specialty)

BA101
Introduction to Business
(if not taken as part of Assistant Manager Specialty)
(3 credits)

BA180
Cooperative Work Experience / Business
(1-4 credits)

BA199
Special Studies in Business
(variable credits)

BA206
Management Fundamentals
(3 credits)

BA211
Financial
Accounting

(4 credits)

BA213
Managerial Accounting
(4 credits)

BA223
Principles Marketing
(3 credits)

BA226
Business Law I
(if not taken as part of Assistant Manager Specialty)
(4 credits)

BA228
Computer Accounting
(2 credits)

BA233
Internet Marketing
(3 credits)

BA243
Social Media Marketing
(3 credits)

BA249
Retailing
(3 credits)

BT102
Introduction to Supervision
(if not taken as part of Assistant Manager Specialty)
(3 credits)

BT105
Business Ethics
(3 credits)

BT106
Advertising
(3 credits)

BT111
Conflict Management
(2 credits)

BT121
Introduction to E-commerce
(3 credits)

BT165
Writing a Business Plan
(2 credits)

BT178
Customer Service
(3 credits)

BT204
Project Management
(4 credits)

BT250
Entrepreneurship
(3 credits)

Any CS125
applications class
(except those taken to fulfill core or specialty requirements)
(1-4 credits)

ECON115
Introduction to Economics
(3 credits)

WR185
Understanding English Grammar
(2 credits)

Any foreign language
(4 credits)

Notes:

1 Required for graduation.

2 Students who have successfully completed the 3-credit versions of BT113 and BT114 will have met this requirement.

Rogue Community College - RCC Business Technology AAS
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2014-2015 Business Technology Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree graduation guide.
This program requires 90-95 credits.
(Last updated:7/15/2014)

This digitized graduation guide was created for advising purposes.
Please see current college catalog for additional information on specific college policies and graduation requirements.

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
Business Technology Department

Prerequisites


0-14 credits

BA1301
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
documented proficiency
(0-2 credits)

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

RD30
College Reading
--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:


90-94 credits for
Base Program and
Program Options

BA101
Introduction to Business
(3 credits)

BA109
Ready, Set, Work: Techniques for Landing a Job
(2 credits)

BA131
Introduction to Business Computing
(4 credits)

BA214
Business Communications
(4 credits)

BA218
Personal Finance
(3 credits)

BA223
Principles Marketing
(3 credits)

BA226
Business Law
(4 credits)

BA280
Cooperative Work Experience/Business
(3 credits)

BT101
Human Relations in Organizations
(3 credits)

BT105
Business Ethics
(3 credits)

BT111
Conflict Management
(2 credits)

BT1132
Business
English I
(4 credits)

BT1142
Business
English II
(4 credits)

BT115
Editing and Proofreading
(3 credits)

BT151
Practical
Accounting I
(4 credits)

BT160
Business Math
(4 credits)

CS125ss
Spreadsheet Applications
(3 credits)

CS125ww
Word Processing Applications
(3 credits)

ECON115
Introduction to Economics
(3 credits)

HE112
Emergency First Aid
--OR--
HE250

Personal Health
--OR--
HE252

First Aid/CPR
--OR--
HE261

CPR
--OR--
HPE295

Health and Fitness for Life
(1-3 credits)

LIB127
Introduction to Library Research Methods
(1 credit)

SP111
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
--OR--
SP100

Basic Communication
--OR--
SP115

Intercultural Communication
--OR--
SP218
Interpersonal Communication
(3-4credits)

TA144
Improvisational Theater I
--OR--
SOC204
Introduction to Sociology
--OR--
PSY201
General Psychology I
(3-4 credits)

WR227
Technical Writing
--OR--
BT204
Project Management
(4 credits)

Approved
program electives
3
(14-16 credits)
Choices listed below

Accounting Option
Required Courses:


16-17 credits

BA177
Payroll and Tax Procedures
(3 credits)

BA228
Computer Accounting Applications
(2 credits)

BT161
Practical
Accounting II
(4 credits)

BT171
Practical
Accounting III
(4 credits)

Approved
program elective
(3-4 credits)

Choices listed below

Management Option
Required Courses:


15-16 credits

BA206
Management Fundamentals
(3 credits)

BA224
Human Resource Management
(3 credits)

BT102
Introduction to Supervision
(3 credits)

BT250
Entrepreneurship
(3 credits)

Approved
program elective
(3-4 credits)

Choices listed below

Marketing Option
Required Courses:


15-16 credits

BA233
Internet Marketing
(3 credits)

BT106
Advertising
(3 credits)

BT121
Introduction to E-commerce
(3 credits)

BT178
Customer Service
(3 credits)

Approved
program elective
(3-4 credits)

Choices listed below

Approved
Program
Electives


3-16 credits

Select 3-16 credits from courses not otherwise
required within
the base program
or option area.

BA177
Payroll and Tax Procedures
(3 credits)

BA199
Special Studies in Business
(variable credits)

BA206
Management Fundamentals
(3 credits)

BA211
Financial
Accounting
(4 credits)

BA213
Managerial Accounting
(4 credits)

BA224
Human Resource Management
(3 credits)

BA228
Computer Accounting Applications
(2 credits)

BA233
Internet Marketing
(3 credits)

BA240
Filing and Records Management
(3 credits)

BA243
Social Media Marketing
(3 credits)

BA249
Retailing
(3 credits)

BA280
Cooperative Work Experience / Business
(variable credits)

BT102
Introduction to Supervision
(3 credits)

BT106
Advertising
(3 credits)

BT121
Introduction to E-commerce
(3 credits)

BT161
Practical
Accounting II
(4 credits)

BT165
Writing a
Business Plan

(2 credits)

BT171
Practical
Accounting III

(4 credits)

BT178
Customer Service
(3 credits)

BT204
Project Management
(4 credits)

BT250
Entrepreneurship
(3 credits)

Any CS125
applications class
(except those taken to fulfill core requirements)
(1-6credits)

ECON201
Introduction to Microeconomics
(4 credits)

ECON202
Introduction to Macroeconomics
(4 credits)

Any foreign language
(4-12 credits)

Notes

1 Required for graduation.

2 Students who have successfully completed the 3-credit versions of BT113 and BT 114 will have met this requirement.

3 Not required for students complering the Accounting, Management, or Marketing Options. They will complete 3-4 elective credits and the option area coursework listed.

Accounting Pathways Roadmap Business Services Pathways Roadmap Computer Software Pathways Roadmap Small Business Management Pathways Roadmap

Rogue Community College - RCC Business AS wSOU
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2014-2015 Business Transfer to Southern Oregon University Associate of Science Degree graduation guide.
This program requires 90 credits.
(Last updated:7/15/2014)

This digitized graduation guide was created for advising purposes.
Please see current college catalog for additional information on specific college policies and graduation requirements.

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
Business Technology Department

General
Edcuation
Requirements

20-21 credits

Writing Skills
and Oral
Communication

12 credits required

Requires:
3 courses
(12 credits)

WR121
English
Composition I

(4 credits)

WR122
English
Composition II

--OR--
WR227
Technical Writing
(4 credits)

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

Mathematics

8-9 credits required

Requires:
2 courses
(8-9 credits)

MTH243
Probability and Statistics w/lab
(4 credits)

----------------
Plus one additional math course from the following list ----------------

select one additional
math course
from this row -->
or the next

MTH105
Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics
(4 credits)

MTH111
College Algebra
(4 credits)

MTH112
Elementary Functions
(5 credits)

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

MTH251
Calculus I (Differential)
(5 credits)

MTH252
Calculus II (Integral)
(5 credits)

MTH253
Calculus III
(5 credits)

MTH254
Vector Calculus
(5 credits)

MTH256
Differential Equations
(5 credits)

MTH261
Linear Algebra
(5 credits)

Distribution/
Explorations
Requirements:

31-38 credits required

Humanities

9-12 credits required

Requires:
3-4 courses

(
9-12 credits)

Select from the
following list.1

ART204,
ART205,
ART206
History of Art
(4 credits each)

ART207,
ART208,
ART209
History of
Asian Art

(3 credits each)

ART211
Survey of
Visual Arts

(3 credits)

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

ENG107,
ENG108,
ENG109
World Literature
(4 credits each)

ENG201,
ENG202,
ENG203
Shakespeare
(4 credits each)

ENG204,
ENG205,
ENG206
Survey of English Literature
(4 credits each)

ENG244
Introduction to Asian American Literature
(4 credits)

ENG253,
ENG254,
ENG255
Survey of American Literature
(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
(4 credits each)

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

HUM215,
HUM216,
HUM217,
HUM218,
HUM219
Native American Arts and Cultures
(4 credits each)

MUS105
Music Appreciation
(3 credits)

MUS108
Music in World Cultures
(4 credits)

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

MUS205,
MUS206
Introduction to Jazz/ Rock Music and Its Literature
(3 credits each)

MUS261,
MUS262,
MUS263
Music History
(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)

SPAN201,
SPAN202,
SPAN203
Second Year Spanish
(4 credits each)

Social Science

11 credits required

Requires:
3 courses
(11 credits)

BA101
Introduction to Business
(3 credits)

ECON201
Principles of Microeconomics
(4 credits)

ECON202
Principles of Macroeconomics
(4 credits)

Science

11-15 credits required

Requires:
3-5 courses
(11-15 credits required)

Select 3 courses (at least 2 courses must have labs) from the following list:

BI100GB
Introductory Biology
without lab

(3 credits)

BI100SB
Biology of Human Body Systems
(3 credits)

BI101,
BI102,
BI103
Introduction to Biology with lab
(4 credits each)

BI109
Marine Animals and Plants
with lab

(4 credits)

BI121,
BI122
Elementary Anatomy and Physiology
with lab
(4 credits each)

BI149
Human Genetics without lab
(3 credits)

BI211,
BI212,
BI213
General Biology with lab
(4 credits each)

BI231,
BI232,
BI233
Anatomy and Physiology with lab
(4 credits each)

BI234
Microbiology
with lab

(4 credits)

BI272
Introduction to Ecology with lab
(4 credits)

CHEM104,
CHEM105,
CHEM106
Introductory Chemistry with lab and recitation
(5 credits each)

CHEM221,
CHEM222,
CHEM223
General Chemistry with lab and recitation
(5 credits each)

CHEM244
Quantitative Analysis with lab
(4 credits)

CS195 +
CS133JS
Web Authoring I + Javascript I (taken together, equivalent to CS210+4 CS elective credits-non/lab)
(4 credits each)

G100
Fundamentals of Geology
without lab

(3 credits)

G101,
G102,
G103
Introduction to Geology with lab
(4 credits each)

GEOG100
Introduction to Physical Geography
without lab

(3 credits)

GS104,
GS105,
GS106,
GS107,
GS108
Physical Science with lab
(4 credits each)

PH201,
PH202,
PH203
General Physics with lab and recitation
(5 credits each)

PH211,
PH212,
PH213
General Physics with lab and recitation
(Calculus Based)
(5 credits each)

SC210
Environmental Resources
with lab

(4 credits)

Business-
Specific
Requirements

21 credits

BA131
Introduction to Business Computing
(4 credits)

BA211
Financial
Accounting

(4 credits)

BA213
Managerial Accounting
(4 credits)

BA226
Business
Law

(4 credits)

BA282
Applied Business Statistics
(4 credits)

LIB127
Introduction to Library Research Methods
(1 credit)

Electives

10-18 credits

Requires:
3-6 courses
(10-18 credits)

Complete a sufficient number of transfer-level (numbered 100 and above) courses to meet the total degree requirement of at least 90 credits.

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

Students planning to major in Hospitality Management and Tourism at SOU are advised to take BA208 Introduction to Hospitality as an elective before transferring.

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 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 state college or university:

1) Two years of the same high school-level language, or 2) two terms of college-level language with a grade of 'C' or better (may be first-year language which can be used as elective credits).

Note: 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.

Rogue Community College - RCC Business AS Oregon Transfer Degree-Business
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2014-2015 Associate of Science Oregon Transfer Degree – Business graduation guide.
This program requires 90-102 credits.
(Last updated:7/15/2014)

This digitized graduation guide was created for advising purposes.
Please see current college catalog for additional information on specific college policies and graduation requirements.

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
Business
Technology
Department

General
Education
Requirements

27-30 credits

Writing Skills

8 credits

Requires:
2 courses
(8 credits)

WR121
English
Composition
I

(4 credits)

WR122  
English
Composition
II

--OR--
WR227
Technical
Writing 
(4 credits)

Oral
Communication

3-4 credits

Requires:
1 course
(3-4 credits)

SP100 1
Basic
Communication

(3 credits)

SP111
Fundamentals
of Public
Speaking

(4 credits)

SP115 2
Intercultural
Communication

(4 credits)

SP218
Interpersonal
Communication
(4 credits)

Mathematics

12-14 credits required

Requires:
3 courses
(12-14 credits)

MTH243  
Probability
and
Statistics

(4 credits)

------------------------
Plus two
additional
math courses
from the
following
list:
-----------------------

MTH111  
College
Algebra

(4 credits)

MTH112 
Elementary
Functions

(4 credits)

MTH211,  
MTH212,  
MTH213  
Fundamentals
of Elementary
Math

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

Math244
Inferential
Statistics
(4 credits)

MTH251 
Calculus I
(Differential)
(5 credits)

MTH252 
Calculus II
(Integral)
(5 credits)

MTH253
Calculus III

(5 credits)

MTH254
Vector
Calculus

(5 credits)

MTH256 
Differential
Equations

(5 credits)

MTH261  
Linear
Algebra

(5 credits)

Computer
Applications

4 credits

Requires:
1 course
(4 credits)

BA131
Introduction
to Business
Computing

(4 credits)

Distribution/
Explorations
Requirements:

39-48 credits

Humanities

9-12 credits required

Requires:
3 courses
from 2 disciplines/prefixes
(9-12 credits)

Courses must
be at least 3
credits each.
3

Courses exclude
first-year
foreign
language
courses;
second-year
foreign
language is
acceptable.
3

Social Science

14-16 credits required

Requires:
4 courses
(14-16 credits)

Select from the
following list.

ECON201  
Principles of
Micro-
economics

(4 credits)

ECON202  
Principles of
Macro-
economics

(4 credits)

Approved
social science
electives

See catalog
for approved
list of
electives

Science

16-20 credits required

Complete four
courses chosen
from at least
two disciplines/
prefixes from
the following
list, including
at least three
lab courses in
biological and/or
physical science.

BI101,
BI102,
BI103
Introduction
to Biology
w/lab

I, II, III
(4 credits
each)

BI121
BI122  
Elementary
Anatomy and
Physiology
w/lab

I , II
(4 credits
each)

BI211,
BI212,
BI213
General
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
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)

G101,
G102,
G103
Introduction
to Geology
w/lab

I, II, III
(4 credits
each)

GS104,
GS105,
GS106,
GS107,
GS108
Physical
Science
w/lab

(4 credits
each)

PH201,
PH202,
PH203
General
Physics
I, II, III
w/lab and
recitation

(5 credits
each)

PH211,
PH212,
PH213
General
Physics
(Calculus
Based) w/lab
and recitation

I, II, III
(5 credits
each)

Business-
Specific
Requirements

15 credits

BA101
Introduction
to
Business

(3 credits)

BA211
Financial
Accounting

(4 credits)

BA213  
Managerial
Accounting

(4 credits)

BA226
Business
Law

(4 credits)


Electives

0-9 credits

Complete a
sufficient
number of
college-level
(numbered 100
and above)
courses to
meet the total
degree
requirement of
at least 90
credits.

Although a
maximum of 12
career and
technical
course
credits can be
transferred to
a four-year
institution,
a maximum of
6 career and
technical
credits may
be used
toward this
degree.

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.

Some OUS schools require two terms of statistics and two terms of calculus prior to being
accepted into their programs.  It is recommended
that students contact the specific OUS business school or program early in the first year of their ASOT- Business program to be advised about additional requirements and procedures for admission to the school or program.

Notes

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

2Meets
cultural
literacy
criteria (one
course
required).
See catalog
for
additional
courses that
meet the
criteria.

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
state college
or university:

1) Two years
of the same
high school-
level
language,
or 2) two
terms of
college-level
language
with a grade
of 'C' or
better (may
be first-year
language which
can be used as
elective
credits).

Note: 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.