Associate of Science Oregon Transfer Degree in Business PCC(1)

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Associate of Science Oregon Transfer Degree in Business (ASOT-BUS)                                                                                                                       2011-2012
        1. DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS                                     2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS                                                 3. BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS
    Courses must be at least 3 credits each. See the            Each course in this section must be completed with                       Each course in this section must be completed with
          Distribution list on pages 3 and 4.                                      a C or better.                                                           a C or better.

                       ARTS & LETTERS                                                        WRITING                                   BA 101 Introduction to Business                  credits_______
A minimum of 12 credits chosen from at least two              Students must complete a minimum of 8 credits of writing
disciplines. 200 level foreign language (including ASL) may   from the following:
be included.                                                                                                                           BA 211 Principles of Accounting I credits_______
                                                              WR 121 English Composition                               credits _____
                                                                                                                                       BA 212 Principles of Accounting II credits_______
_____________________________credits _____                    See page 2 for university-specific writing requirement
                                                                                                                                       BA 213 Principles of Accounting III credits_______
                                                              WR 122 English Composition
_____________________________credits _____                    or                                                       credits_____
                                                                                                                                       See page 2 for university-specific business course requirement
                                                              WR 227 Technical & Professional Writing                                  BA 226 Business Law
_____________________________credits _____
                                                                                                                                       or                                credits_______
                                                                                               SPEECH                                  200-level faculty approved BA course
                       SOCIAL SCIENCE                         SP 111 Fundamentals of Speech                       credits _____
A minimum of 12 credits, with a minimum of 8 credits in                                                                                              Total credits from section 3 ________
microeconomics and macroeconomics.                                                             MATH
                                                              A minimum of 12 credits, MTH 111B or above, 4 of which                          4. UNIVERSITY MAJOR PREREQUISITES
EC 201 Microeconomics                   credits ______        must be statistics.                                                                     OR ELECTIVE COURSES
Must be completed with a C or better                                                                                                            See page 2 for university-specific course
EC 202 Macroeconomics                   credits ______        MTH IIIB College Algebra or above credits _____                                                requirements.
Must be completed with a C or better                                                                                                   Electives may include a maximum of 12 credits of
                                                              MTH 243 Statistics I                                 credits _____       Career/Technical courses (100-299). Additional electives must be
____________________________credits ______                                                                                             from the Lower Division Collegiate list. See page 4.
                                                              Additional math course must be above MTH 111B. See page 2 for
                                                              university-specific math requirement                                     _____________________________ credits ________
____________________________credits ______
                                                              MTH____________                                      credits _____
                                                                                                                                       _____________________________ credits ________
                              SCIENCE                                         COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
                                                              See page 2 for university-specific computer course                       _____________________________ credits ________
A minimum of 12 credits of laboratory courses in biological
or physical sciences.                                         requirement.
                                                                                                                                       _____________________________ credits ________
                                                              BA 131 Computers in Business
                                                              or                                                  credits _____        _____________________________ credits ________
Lab Science___________________credits ______
                                                              CAS 133 Basic Computer Skills                                            _____________________________ credits ________
Lab Science___________________credits ______
                                                              CAS 170 Beginning Excel
                                                              or                                                  credits_____                   Total credits from section 4                  ________
Lab Science___________________credits ______
                                                              CAS 171 Intermediate Excel                                                      Total credits from sections 1, 2, & 3 ________
                                                              CAS 171 has a prerequisite of CAS 170 or Instructor permission

                                                                                                                                                        Total credits for degree                ________
              Total credits from section 1 ________                         Total credits from section 2 ________                                                                           90 credits minimum
               Additional PCC courses that satisfy specific course work for Business majors at Oregon Public Universities
                          Eastern Oregon           Oregon Institute of                Oregon State              Portland State            Southern Oregon           University of Oregon         Western Oregon
                                                  Management Major
     Writing            WR 227                 WR 122 & 227                       WR 227                   Either WR course is          Either WR course is       WR 122                       WR 122
                                                                                                           acceptable                   acceptable
                                               Small Business
                                               Management majors also
                                               need WR 214
     Math               MTH 244                Student choice of additional       MTH 244 & 241            MTH 244                      Student’s choice of       MTH 244 &                    MTH 241
                                               math course. See page 4 for                                                              additional math           MTH 241 & 242
                                               list of courses                                                                          course. See page 4        (take 242 @ U of O)
                                                                                                                                        for list of courses       or MTH 251 & 252
                                                                                                                                                                  MTH required for
                                                                                                                                                                  business application,
                                                                                                                                                                  may be taken p/np
     Computer           BA 131                 CAS 133 and 170                    BA 131                   Student choice of            BA 131                    Student choice of            CAS 133
     Applications                                                                                          computer courses                                       computer courses
                        Student choice of                                         Student choice of                                     Student choice of                                      Student choice of
                        CAS 170 or 171                                            CAS 170 or 171                                        CAS 170 or 171                                         CAS 170 or 171
     Business           BA 226, BA 223 &       BA 206, BA 223, & BA 226           BA 226 & BA 250          BA 205                       BA 226                    No specific courses          BA 226
     Courses            BA 206                                                                                                                                    required
                                               Small Business
                                               Management majors also
                                               need BA 224 and BA 250
     Other courses      No specific            SP 215, PSY 201 or 201A,                                    CIS 122 or CIS 133b          No specific courses       BA 240 must be taken         No specific courses
     and                courses required       CAS 140                            Business Information                                  required                  at UO and is a               required
     requirements                                                                 Systems majors take      Accounting option, take                                requirement for the
                                               Marketing majors also need         CS 133u or CS 161        PS 201 & 202, PHL            2.5 cumulative GPA        Business School
                                               SP 140                                                      202 or 209 and a             in business courses       application
                                                                                  Business Application     minimum of 3 credits in      to graduate
                                                                                  required. Maintain a     ATH, PSY, or SOC                                       Multi-cultural
                                                                                  2.5 GPA in Business                                                             requirement: See UO
                                                                                  program courses,         Cumulative GPA:                                        general education
                                                                                  transfer GPA not         3.00- fall 2011                                        sheet for list of courses
                                                                                                                                                                  Business Major
                                                                                                                                                                  Application: 2.90
                                                                                                                                                                  cumulative GPA
                                                                                                                                                                  including transfer work,
                                                                                                                                                                  2.75 cumulative GPA
                                                                                                                                                                  for BA 101, 211-213,
                                                                                                                                                                  EC 201 & 202

Business School/Program Admission
Admission to the Business school/program of an OUS institution is not guaranteed upon completion of the ASOT-Business degree. It is strongly recommended that students contact the specific OUS campus Business
school/program early in the first term of their ASOT Business program to be advised of additional requirements as they are subject to change without notice.

Transfer Status
Any student who holds an Associate of Science/Oregon Transfer in Business degree who transfers to any institution in the Oregon University System will have met the lower-division general education requirements of that
institution’s baccalaureate degree programs. Students transferring with this degree will have junior standing for registration purposes.
For transfer students graduating from high school in 1997 and thereafter, the Oregon University System (OUS) has a second language admission requirement: two terms of a college-level second language with an average
grade of C- or above, OR two years of the same high school level second language with an average grade of C- or above OR satisfactory performance on an approve second language assessment of proficiency. Demonstrated
proficiency in American Sign Language meets this second language admission requirement.
Associate of Science Oregon Transfer in Business General Education Distribution List

             ARTS AND LETTERS                        ENG 215 Literature of the Holocaust                SP 214 Interpersonal Communication                WR 244, 245, 246, 247, 248 Advanced Creative
Art                                                  ENG 222 Images of Women in Literature              SP 215 Small Group Communication                  Writing
ART 101, 102, 103 Introduction to Art                ENG 240 Introduction to Native American            SP 227 Non-verbal Communication
ART 115, 116, 117 Basic Design                       Literature                                         SP 228 Mass Communication
ART 131 Introduction to Drawing                      ENG 244 Intro to Asian American Literature         SP 237 Gender and Communication                                       SCIENCE
ART 140 Digital Photography                          ENG 250 Introduction to Folklore and Mythology                                                       Biology
ART 141 Intro to Photography (Non-darkroom)          ENG 253, 254 Survey of American Literature                                                           BI 101, 101H, 102, 103 Biology
ART 142 Intro to Photography (Darkroom)              ENG 256, 257, 258 African American Literature      Theater Arts                                      BI 112 Cell Biology for Health Occupations
ART 143 Photography II                               ENG 260 Introduction to Women Writers              TA 101 Theater Appreciation                       BI 121, 122 Intro Human Anat. & Physiology I, II
ART 181 Painting I                                   ENG 261 Literature of Science Fiction              TA 141 Fundamentals of Acting Technique           BI 141, 142, 143 Habitats
ART 204, 205, 206 History of Western Art             ENG 265 International Political Poetry             TA 274 Theatre History                            BI 202 Botany: An Intro. to the Plant Kingdom
ART 204H, 205H, 206H Hist of West. Art: Honors       ENG 275 Bible as Literature                                                                          BI 211, 212, 213 Principles of Biology
ART 207, 208, 209 History of Asian Art                                                                                                                    BI 231, 232, 233 Anatomy and Physiology I, II, III
ART 210 Women in Art                                                                                    Women’s Studies                                   BI 234 Microbiology
ART 211, 212, 213 Modern Art History                 Music                                              WS 101 Women’s Studies
ART 231 Drawing                                      MUS 105 Music Appreciation                                                                           Chemistry
ART 237 Life Drawing                                 MUS 106 Opera Appreciation                                                                           CH 100 Fundamentals for Chemistry
ART 253 Ceramics I                                   MUS 108 Music Cultures of the World                World Languages                                   CH 101 Inorganic Chemistry Principles
ART 256 Ceramics II                                  MUS 110 Fundamentals of Music                      ASL 201, 202, 203 American Sign Language IV, V,   CH 102 Organic Chemistry Principles
ART 270 Introduction to Printmaking                  MUS 111, 112, 113 Music Theory                     VI                                                CH 104, 105, 106 Allied Health Chemistry
ART 277 Life Painting                                MUS 201A, 202, 203 Introduction to Music and Its   ASL 240 Deaf Studies                              CH 221, 222, 223 General Chemistry
ART 279 Experimental Media                           Literature                                         ASL 250, 251 Accelerated American Sign            CH 221H, 222H, 223H General Chemistry:Honors
ART 281 Painting                                     MUS 204 Music of the Western World                 Language                                          CH 241, 242, 243 Organic Chemistry
ART 284 Watercolor I                                 MUS 205 Introduction to Jazz History               CHN 260 Chinese Culture
ART 287 Watercolor II                                MUS 206 History of Rock Music                      ESOL 250, 251, 252, 254, 260, 262, 264, 265       Environmental Science
ART 290 Sculpture: Plaster/Clay                      MUS 207 History of Folk Music                      English for Speakers of Other Languages           ESR 171Biological Perspectives
ART 291 Sculpture: Carving                           MUS 208, 209, 210 African-American Music           FR 201, 202, 203 Second Year French               ESR 172 Chemical Perspectives
ART 292 Sculpture: Mixed Media                                                                          FR 250, 251 Second Year French                    ESR 173 Geological Perspectives
ART 293 Figure Sculpture                                                                                FR 255 Accelerated French
ART 294 Sculpture: Welding                           Philosophy                                         FR 256, 257 Accelerated French                    Geology
                                                     PHL 191 Lang & the Layout of Argument,             FR 260A, 261A, 262A French Culture                G 201, 202 Physical Geology and
                                                     PHL 195 Critical Thinking: Science & the Occult    FR 270A, 271A, 272A Readings in French            G 203 Historical Geology
Humanities                                           PHL 197 TV & the Present of Reality                Literature                                        G 291 Elements of Rocks and Minerals
HUM 100 Introduction to Humanities                   PHL 201 Philosophical Problems                     FR 290A French Speaking and Writing
HUM 201, 202, 203 Humanities & Tech:                 PHL 202 Intro to Philosophy: Elementary Ethics     FR 291A, 292A French Composition                  General Science
HUM 204, 205, 206 African History, Literature, Art   PHL 204 Philosophy of Religion                     GER 201, 202, 203 Second Year German              GS 106 Physical Science (Geology)
HUM 221 Leadership Development                       PHL 205 Biomedical Ethics                          GER 260A, 261A, 262A German Culture Through       GS 107 Physical Science (Astronomy)
                                                     PHL 206 Intro to Environmental Ethics              Film                                              GS 108 Physical Science (Oceanography)
                                                     PHL 207 Ethical Issues in Aging                    JPN 201, 202, 203, 250, 251 Second Year           GS 109 Physical Science (Meteorology)
Journalism                                           PHL 208 Political Philosophy                       Japanese
J 201 Mass Media and Society                         PHL 209 Business Ethics                            JPN 260A, 261A, 262A Japanese Culture             Physics
                                                     PHL 210 Intro to Asian Philosophy                  RUS 201, 202, 203 Second Year Russian             PHY 101, 102, 103 Fund. of Physics
                                                     PHL 211 Existentialism                             RUS 270AReadings in Russian                       PHY 121, 122, 123 Elementary Astronomy
Literature                                           PHL 221 Symbolic Logic                             SPA 201, 202, 203, 250, 251 Second Year           PHY 201, 202, 203 General Physics
ENG 104, 105, 106 Intro. to Literature               PHL 222 Elementary Aesthetics                      Spanish                                           PHY 211, 212, 213 General Physics (Calculus)
ENG 107, 108 World Literature: Western                                                                  SPA 260A, 262A Spanish: Culture
ENG 195, 196, 197 Film Studies: Film as Art,                                                            SPA 270A, 271A, 272A Readings in Spanish
Directors, Contemp. Themes & Genres                  Religion                                           Literature
ENG 201, 202 Shakespeare                             R 210 World Religions                              SPA 290A, 291A, 292A Spanish Composition
ENG 204, 205 Survey of English Literature
ENG 207, 208, 209 World Literature: Asian
ENG 212 Biography                                    Speech                                             Writing
ENG 213 Latin American Literature                    SP 100 Introduction to Speech Comm.                WR 222 Writing Research Papers
ENG 214 Literature of the Northwest                  SP 112 Persuasion, Argument and Debate             WR 240, 241, 242, 243 Creative Writing
                                                     SP 140 Introduction to Intercultural Comm.

               SOCIAL SCIENCE                       Political Science                                   Lower Division Collegiate Courses                           LDC Courses Continued
Anthropology                                        PS 201, 202 U.S. Government                         (only course numbers 100-299 )                              RD: Reading**(only 115-117)
ATH 101 Intro to Physical Anthropology              PS 203 State and Local Government                   ART: Art                                                    SOC: Sociology
ATH 102 Archaeology & Prehistory                    PS 204 Comparative Political Systems                ASL: American Sign Language                                 SP: Speech (Communication Studies)
ATH 103 Cultural Anthropology                       PS 205 Global Politics: Conflict and Cooperation    ATH: Anthropology                                           SPA: Spanish
ATH 207, 208, 209 Cultural Anthropology             PS 211 Peace and Conflict                           BA: Business Administration** (except 255)                  TA: Theater Arts
ATH 210 Selected Topics in Ethnology                PS 220 U.S. Foreign Policy                          BI: Biology**                                               WR: Writing**
ATH 212 Introduction to Shamanism                   PS 225 Political Ideology
                                                                                                        CG: Counseling and Guidance**                               WS: Women’s Studies
ATH 214 Human Environments: Ecological Aspects                                                          CH: Chemistry
ATH 230 Native Americans of Oregon                  Psychology
                                                                                                        CHLA: Chicano/Latino Studies                                ** A number below 100 indicates a support course
ATH 231 Native Americans of the Northwest           PSY 101 Psychology and Human Relations
                                                                                                        CHN: Chinese                                                and a number above 299 indicates a vocational
ATH 232 Native North Americans                      PSY 201, 202 Intro. to Psychology I & II
                                                                                                        CIS: Computer Information Systems (only 120,                supplementary course. These courses are not
                                                    PSY 201A, 202A Intro to Psychology: Gender
                                                                                                        121, 122)                                                   usually transferable to a BA granting institution
Business                                            Perspectives I & II
                                                                                                        CJA: Criminal Justice     (except 101,115, 225, 228, 230,   and are not classified as Lower Division
BA 208 Intro to Non Profits & Philanthropy          PSY 213 Intro to Behavioral Neuroscience            244-247, 265)                                               Collegiate by PCC.
                                                    PSY 214 Introduction to Personality                 CS: Computer Science
Economics                                           PSY 215 Human Development
                                                                                                        CSS: Crop Soil Science                                      #199 and 299 courses in this discipline may or
EC 200 Introduction to Economics                    PSY 216 Social Psychology
                                                                                                        D: Dance                                                    may not be considered LDC. Contact the Student
EC 201 Principles of Economics: Microeconomics      PSY 222 Family and Intimate Relationships
                                                                                                        EC: Economics                                               Records department at 503-614-7100 if you have
EC 202 Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics      PSY 231, 232 Human Sexuality
                                                                                                        ED: Education** (except 102-116, 161-171, 208, 214,         questions regarding a specific course.
EC 203 Applications to Economic Issues              PSY 236 Psychology of Adult Dev. & Aging
                                                                                                        260, 263, 290)
EC 216 Labor Mkts: Econ. of Gender, Race & Work     PSY 239 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
                                                    PSY 240 Personal Awareness and Growth               ENG: English                                                Comprehensive Credit and GPA Requirements
EC 230 Contemporary World Econ Issues: Intl. Econ                                                       ENGR: Engineering                                           • 90 total credits with minimum of at least 30
EC 285 Introduction to Political Economy
                                                    Sociology                                           ESOL: English for Speakers of Other                           PCC credits
Geography                                           SOC 204 Sociology in Everyday Life                  Languages** RUS: Russian                                    • 24 PCC credits must count toward degree
GEO 105, 106, 107 Intro to Human Cultural           SOC 205 Social Change in Societies                                                                                requirements
Geography                                           SOC 206 Social Problems                             ESR: Environmental Science                                  • Minimum overall GPA of 2.0
GEO 204 Geography of Middle East                    SOC 211 Peace and Conflict                          FN: Foods and Nutrition (only 225 and 270)                  • Non-traditional, transferred, or challenge
GEO 206 Geography of Oregon                         SOC 213 Diversity in the United States              FR: French                                                    credit may not be used toward the 30 PCC
GEO 209 Physical Geography                          SOC 214 A, 214B, 214C Illumination Project: Tools   G: Geology                                                    credit requirement to establish residency,
GEO 210 The Natural Environment                     for Creative Social Activism                        GEO: Geography                                                waiver process does not apply
GEO 221 Field Geography                             SOC 215 Social Issues and Movements                 GER: German                                                 • Developmental Ed courses may not be applied
GEO 230 Geography of Race & Ethnic Conflicts        SOC 218 Sociology of Gender                         GS: General Science                                           to degree
GEO 265 Introduction to GIS                         SOC 223 Sociology of Aging                          HE: Health                                                  • Transfer credits accepted for letter grade C or
                                                    SOC 228 Introduction to Environmental Sociology     HEC: Consumer & Fam. Studies (only 226, 280A)                 higher
History                                             SOC 230 Introduction to Gerontology
                                                                                                        HON: Honors                                                 • Transfer grades of ‘pass’ accepted if no letter
HST 101, 102, 103 Western Civilization              SOC 231 Sociology of Health and Aging
                                                    SOC 232 Death and Dying: Cultural Issues
                                                                                                        HOR: Horticulture                                             grade is required
HST 104, 105, 106 History of Eastern Civilization                                                       HPE: Health and Physical Education
HST 201, 202, 203 History of the United States                                                                                                                      No more than:
                                                    Women’s Studies                                     HST: History
HST 204, 205 History of Women in the U.S.                                                                                                                           • 24 credits pass/no pass; 24 credits ESOL; 12
HST 218 Native American Indian History              WS 101 Women’s Studies                              HUM: Humanities
                                                    WS 201 Women of the World                           J: Journalism                                                 credits Speech 270, 9 credits Special Topics
HST 225 History of Women, Sex and the Family
                                                    WS 202 Women Working for Change                     JPN: Japanese                                                 courses; 12 credits co-op education; 3 credits
HST 240 Oregon History
                                                                                                        LIB: Library                                                  PE
HST 246, 247 Religion in the United States
HST 270 History of Mexico                                                                               MTH: Mathematics**
                                                                                                        MUP: Applied Music                                          One-credit MSD workshops do not apply
HST 271 History of Central America/Caribbean
HST 274, 275, 276 African-American History                                                              MUS: Music
                                                                                                                                                                    PCC endeavors to create accurate transfer worksheets
HST 277 Oregon Trail                                                                                    PE: Physical Education (exclude PE 10)
HST 278, 279 Russian History I, II                                                                      PHL: Philosophy                                             for students; however, requirements may change without
HST 284 History of Africa                                                                               PHY: Physics                                                notice. Students are responsible for working with their
HST 285 The Holocaust                                                                                   PS: Political Science                                       transfer institution to ensure that their courses will meet
                                                                                                        PSY: Psychology                                             Business program requirements.              7/11 03112
                                                                                                        R: Religious Studies

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