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                               OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY (CORVALLIS)
                             BASIC COURSES REQUIRED FOR ALL DEGREES
                                       (Baccalaureate Core Curriculum)

                             Credit
Requirements                        Clackamas Courses which Satisfy                                   Credit Hrs
                              Hrs

Writing I (Pass with "C"
                               3    WR 121 (must be completed before transferring)                        3
grade or above)

Writing II (Pass with "C"
                               3                                                                          3
grade or above)                     BA 214; WR 122-123, 227, 241-245, 247

Writing III Speech (Pass
                               3    BA 214; SP 111, 112, 218, 219; WR 122-123, 227, 241-245, 247          3
with "C" grade or above)

Mathematics (Pass with "C"          MTH 105 or 111, or higher math (must be completed before
                               3                                                                         4-5
grade or above)                     transferring)

Fitness                        3    HPE 295 Health and Fitness for Life                                   3

Writing Intensive Course            Must be taken at OSU as upper division in the major.

*Physical Science -                 CH 104-105, 221- 223; G 101- 103, 201- 203; GS 104-107, 153; PH
                              4-5                                                                        4-5
Including Lab                       104, 121- 123, 201- 203, 211-213

*Biological Science -               ASC 200- 202; BI 101-103, 204, 211- 213, 234; BOT 201- 203; ESR
                               4                                                                          4
Including Lab                       171- 173; Z 201- 203

*One additional Physical
Science or Biological         4-5   Any courses listed for Physical or Biological Science above.         4-5
Science course.

                                    ART 204- 206; EC 215; ENG 107-109, 201-206, 250-255, 275; GEO
*Western Culture               3                                                                          3
                                    208; HST 101- 103, 201- 203; HUM 221; PHL 102; PS 206; R 204;

                                    ANT 230-232; ENG 210, 213, 252; GEO 110, 230; HUM 229; R
*Cultural Diversity            3                                                                          3
                                    101-103, 210; SSC 229

                                    ART 101-103, 204-206, 211-213; ENG 104-109, 195, 201-206, 213,
*Literature and the Arts       3                                                                          3
                                    250-255, 260, 275; MUS 105, 205, 206

*Social Processes and               ANT 103; EC 201-202, 230; HST 101-103; PS 201, 202, 204, 205,
                               3                                                                          3
Institutions                        225; PSY 110, 200, 205, 216, 219, 231; SOC 204- 206

Difference, Power, and
                               3    HST 201- 203; SSC 225                                                 3
Discrimination
Global Issues (Upper
division course; must be        3     None offered at Clackamas
taken at OSU)

Science, Technology and
Society (Upper division
                                3     None offered at Clackamas
course; must be taken at
OSU)

     *NO MORE THAN TWO COURSES FROM THE SAME DEPARTMENT MAY BE USED TO
     FULFILL THIS GROUP OF REQUIREMENTS.

     STUDENTS ENTERING OSU WHO HAVE EARNED AN ASSOCIATE OF ARTS OREGON
     TRANSFER DEGREE FROM CLACKAMAS WILL BE CONSIDERED TO HAVE MET OSU'S
     LOWER DIVISION BACCALAUREATE CORE CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS.
     Students graduating from high school in 1997 or after must have completed two years of high school-level
     second language or two terms of a college-level second language, or demonstrated proficiency to be admitted
     to OSU. (Must Pass with “C” grade or above)

     NOTES:

     1. A maximum of 124 credit hours earned at a community college may be applied toward a baccalaureate
     degree.

     2. Only courses with letter prefixes and numbers above 100 are accepted at OSU. Some professional/ technical
     courses numbered 100 or higher are not accepted as transferable courses. Students with professional/technical
     credits (including courses numbered 50-99) should contact their advisor at OSU for assistance in determining
     transferability of these courses to an OSU major.

     3. Departments, schools, or colleges at OSU may restrict the courses used by their major students to satisfy
     each general educational component.

     4. OSU will accept "D" grades. Some departments, schools, or colleges may not accept "D's" in required
     courses.

     5. This guide is subject to change without notice and should not be regarded as a contract
     between OSU and students attending Clackamas Community College.


     Application for financial aid should be mailed between January 1 and February 1 for fall term to receive priority
     consideration. Applications will be available December in the Clackamas Community College Financial Aid and
     Counseling offices.

     Admission applications for OSU are available in the Clackamas Community College Counseling office. Students
     are encouraged to apply for admission as soon as Winter term grades are posted, and send a second
     Clackamas grade transcript after Spring term grades are available. OSU Admissions application deadline for
     transfer students is June 1. Students applying for financial aid should apply for admission by March 1 so their
     financial aid application will be processed.




                                                                                                     Updated 10/2009

				
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