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DEGREE, CERTIFICATE, AND COURSE OVERVIEW

Portland Community College operates on the quarter system. The PCC Catalog is published and dated with each academic year, which begins fall term and ends with the next summer term. To earn an associate degree or a certificate, students must meet the requirements in the catalog that is current when they earn their first credit(s) at PCC, unless they choose to meet the requirements of a later catalog. However, students who do not earn at least one PCC credit each academic year lose the right to meet the requirements of their original catalog. They must then meet requirements of the current catalog at the time they resume work on their degree or certificate at PCC, or a later catalog. If a student has not been consecutively enrolled (earning at least one credit per academic year) they must meet the requirements of the most current catalog. Students at Portland Community College will receive degrees and/or certificates based upon an institutional awarding standard. The college will grant degrees and/or certificates upon completion of requirements for the student's recorded program of study. Opting out of an institutional award requires completing the appropriate request through the graduation office. Multiple credentials may be institutionally awarded within a student's program of study. For details regarding this standard, see the graduation office website. An edition of the catalog is valid for six academic years. For example, a catalog that takes effect fall term 2007 is only valid through summer term 2013. However, some programs may impose shorter time limits on accepting credits for degree or certificate requirements. Occasionally the college may change courses and course numbers within a program. Students should regularly consult an advisor in their major department about their course of study. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this catalog, Portland Community College has the right to make changes at any time without prior notice. This catalog is not a contract between Portland Community College and current or prospective students.

them early. In order to facilitate appropriate student access to computers and computer software, each comprehensive campus at the college provides classrooms, labs, course work, and library access where students can learn about and use these tools. Students should contact their instructors, the campus library, the campus Office of Student Development, the Associated Students of Portland Community College, or the campus Advising and Counseling Offices to find out what computer resources are available and when they can be accessed. Advisors and faculty can assist students in choosing appropriate courses to help them achieve computer proficiency.

COURSES

PCC offers courses to support the students' learning goals at several campuses and center locations in the college's district. These are done through a variety of programs, such as Cooperative Education and Service Learning. In addition, PCC supports additional access points through courses taught by Distance Learning. Distance Learning includes, but is not limited to, Web courses, Telecourses, ITV (Interactive Television Classes), and Hybrid courses (traditional classroom with significant web component). Web, TV and ITV courses are identified as such and also listed in the Class Schedule (printed or online at www.pcc.edu). Credit courses that support PCC's degrees and certificates are listed in the Course Description section of the catalog. We strongly urge students to meet with PCC advisors to make an academic plan. In selecting course offerings to support their educational goals, students should keep in mind the following: Course Prerequisites: Most Lower Division Collegiate courses have a standard prerequisite · Reading: Successful completion (C or better) of RD 115, or equivalent test score, or successful completion (C or better) of WR 121, and · Writing: Successful completion (C or better) of WR 115, or placement into WR 121, and · Math: Successful completion (C or better) of MTH 20, or placement into Math 60 In a standard prerequisite course, a D, F or NP will not satisfy the requirement. Some courses may have higher requirements in these areas and/or additional prerequisites as appropriate. See individual course prerequisites. Instructors may waive prerequisites on a case-by-case basis. Three to Four Credit Conversion: Some lower division collegiate courses (LDC) have changed from three to four credits at PCC. For degrees and certificates requiring specific LDC courses, the three credit version of the same course is generally accepted. PCC degree and certificate minimum credit requirements must be met. Experimental Courses: Experimental courses are courses numbered 99, 199 and 299. These courses may be offered twice in a 15 month period. After that time, they must either be converted to a regularly numbered course or inactivated. While experimental courses may count for graduation at PCC, they may not be acceptable for transfer to other institutions. Non-credit courses: PCC offers a large number and variety of non-credit courses for personal and career advancement as well as continuing education for professionals in several areas. See www.pcc.edu/communityed for a list of courses and registration

PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONFERS FIVE ASSOCIATE DEGREES:

· Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT), · Associate of Science (AS), · Associate of Applied Science (AAS), · Associate of General Studies (AGS), · Associate of Science Oregon Transfer in Business (ASOT-BUS); In addition, PCC offers numerous certificates in career technical education programs. COMPUTER PROFICIENCY: A STATEMENT TO STUDENTS In order to succeed in college and in the community, students need to be familiar with and capable of using computers and computer software. Both upper division college work and the requirements of the workplace demand such skills. Many PCC faculty will require students to access class materials on the Internet and use a word processor, e-mail and databases as part of regular course activities. Students need to determine which computer skills are appropriate to their areas of study and take positive steps to acquire and use

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information. Non-credit courses do not apply to any degrees or certificates at PCC.

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES

A complete listing of Portland Community College's degree and certificate programs and transfer disciplines may be found in the Programs and Disciplines section of the catalog.

2. A maximum of 8 credits of Pass/No Pass grades will apply to any less than one year certificate. Specific less than one year certificates that deviate from this maximum will state their Pass/No Pass maximum in the requirements for that specific certificate. 3. Only nine credits of 199 and 299 experimental courses apply. CAREER PATHWAY CERTIFICATES Career Pathway Certificates are short-term credentials (12-44 credits) which prepare individuals for entry-level employment within an occupational area. Career Pathway Certificates may be the first certificate a student earns while pursuing a certificate of greater length or an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Information about Career Pathways in specific areas of study can be found in the Programs and Disciplines section of the catalog under individual career technical programs. Based upon credits, career pathway certificates need to meet less than one year requirements. EMPLOYMENT SKILLS TRAINING Some career technical departments offer the Employment Skills Training Certificate (EST). The EST is an individualized certificate ranging from 12-44 credits that prepares the student for a specific job. Students should contact the appropriate career technical department to find out whether the department offers the EST. A full description of the EST may be found in the Programs and Disciplines section of this catalog.

CERTIFICATES

Some career technical departments offer certificates ranging from 12-108 credits to students who complete the course of study with a minimum 2.0 grade point average. Specific courses required for each certificate program, including any General Education requirements, are listed under their appropriate programs in the Programs and Disciplines section of the catalog. PCC courses approved to be repeated for credit other than Cooperative Education may only be applied once in meeting a PCC degree or certificate requirement. Students may take a course additional times for credit, if the course is so designated, but those additional credits may not be used toward fulfilling PCC certificate requirements. Certain CTE programs have exceptions to this requirement. Contact programs for information. Credit courses, numbered below 100 cannot be used to fulfill the credit minimum requirements for certificates. Please note the following requirements: TWO-YEAR CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS 1. At least 24 credits must be earned at PCC, 18 of which must apply to the certificate requirements. The final nine credits that apply to the certificate must be earned at PCC. 2. A maximum of 24 credits of "P" (Pass) grades will apply to any two year certificate. Specific two year certificates that deviate from this maximum will state their Pass/No Pass maximum in the requirements for the specific two year certificate. 3. A maximum of 12 credits of Cooperative Education courses may be applied to any two year certificate. Specific two year certificates that deviate from this maximum will state their Cooperative Education maximum up to 24 credits (12 per year) in the requirements for the specific two year certificate. 4. Only nine credits of 199 and 299 experimental courses apply. ONE-YEAR CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS 1. At least 12 credits must be earned at PCC, nine of which must apply to the certificate requirements. The final nine credits that apply to the certificate must be earned at PCC. 2. A maximum of 12 credits of "P" (Pass) grades will apply to any one year certificate. Specific one year certificates that deviate from this maximum will state their Pass/No Pass maximum in the requirements for the specific one year certificate. 3. A maximum of 12 credits of Cooperative Education courses may be applied to any one year certificate. 4. Only nine credits of 199 and 299 experimental courses apply. LESS THAN ONE YEAR CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS 1. At least 6 credits must be earned at PCC, all of which must apply to the certificate requirements. The final six credits that apply to the certificate must be earned at PCC.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE COMPREHENSIVE REQUIREMENTS

Students earning an associate degree from Portland Community College must successfully complete the Associate Degree Comprehensive Requirements listed below along with additional requirements for specific associate degrees. In addition, each associate degree requires basic competencies in Writing and Math. Competency requirements vary by associate degree. Check the competency requirements for specific associate degrees.

COMPREHENSIVE REQUIREMENTS:

1. All candidates must earn a minimum of 90 credits which count toward an associate degree. Credit courses, numbered below 100 cannot be used to fulfill the 90 credit minimum requirement for any degrees. 2. Residency Requirement: · All candidates for a degree at Portland Community College must accumulate at least 30 quarter hours of satisfactory work at PCC to establish residency. Non-traditional credit, credit transferred from another institution or challenge credit cannot be used to establish the 30 quarter hour residency requirement. · Twenty-four of the credits earned at PCC must apply to the specific associate degree requirements the student is pursuing. 3. All candidates for a degree must have at least a 2.0 grade point average (C average). 4. Associate Degree Comprehensive Requirement limits are: · PCC courses approved to be repeated for credit other than Cooperative Education may only be applied once in meeting a PCC degree or certificate requirement. Students

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may take a course additional times for credit, if the course is so designated, but those additional credits may not be used toward fulfilling PCC certificate requirements. Certain CTE programs have exceptions to this requirement. Contact programs for information. · A maximum of 12 credits of Cooperative Education courses may be applied to any degree. Specific AAS degrees that deviate from this maximum will state the degree maximum up to 24 credits (12 per year) in the degree requirements for the specific AAS degree. · A maximum of 9 credits of 199 or 299 Experimental courses may be applied to the degree. · A maximum of 24 credits of English for Speakers of other Languages (ESOL) credit courses may be applied to the degree. · A maximum of 24 credits of "P" (Pass) grades will apply to any degree. Specific AAS degrees that deviate from this maximum will state the degree maximum in the degree requirements for the specific AAS degree.

tions, it is possible that a course is acceptable as General Education for some students while it is not acceptable for others. Students should consult an advisor or faculty member in an AAS degree program for advice on General Education courses appropriate to their goals and interests. General Education requirements will be waived for students who enroll at PCC with an AA, AAS, AGS, AS, BA, BS degree or higher from a regionally accredited United States institution. Program-specific General Education requirements for AAS degrees will not be waived. C. PCC Basic Competency Requirements for Writing and Math in AAS Degree: Writing: Competency in writing must be demonstrated by either: · Completing WR 121 with a C or better, or · Passing a lower division collegiate* writing course for which WR 121 is a prerequisite with a C or better *See Course Descriptions in PCC Catalog for a complete list. Students with AA, AAS, AGS, AS, BA, BS, degrees or higher from a U.S. regionally accredited institution will have the basic competency in writing (WR 121) waived. Other writing requirements specified by the program remain in effect. Math: Competency in mathematics must be demonstrated by either: · Completing MTH 65 or MTH 63 with a C or better, or · Passing the PCC competency exam for MTH 65, or · Passing a math class (minimum of 3 credits) with a C or better for which MTH 65 or higher level math skills are a prerequisite. Excludes MTH 93. D. Program Requirements: All AAS candidates must complete a program of approved course work in the major field. The Programs and Disciplines section of the catalog contains these course work requirements. No more than 3 credits in physical education (PE) may be applied to an AAS Degree unless specifically required by the program. Students enrolled in programs that are accredited or licensed must meet the requirements most recently approved by the accrediting agency or licensing authority.

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (AAS) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is awarded to students in career technical programs who meet the requirements listed below. This degree may transfer to local colleges and universities. Contact the individual department or desired transfer institution for transfer information. Many career technical programs require more than 90 credits for an associate degree. See specific program requirements in the Programs and Disciplines section of the catalog. The Associate of Applied Science Degree is awarded to students who meet the following requirements: 1. Associate Degree Comprehensive Requirements 2. Associate of Applied Science Requirements A. The final 16 credits that apply to the degree must include at least eight credits at PCC that apply to the specific program requirements, excluding courses used solely for the General Education requirements. Students may apply to the department chair for an exception to this requirement if they can demonstrate currency in the field. All candidates must earn 24 credits from PCC that apply to the specific program requirements excluding courses used solely for the General Education requirements. See specific program requirements in the Catalog. B. General Education Requirements: Students must earn a minimum of 16 credits of General Education taken from the General Education Distribution/Discipline Studies List. These credits must come from courses taken in the following categories: · Arts and Letters · Social Sciences · Mathematics, Science and Computer Studies The 16 credits must include at least one course with a minimum of three credits from each category of the General Education/Discipline Studies categories. No more than two courses may come from courses required by specific programs. Because of these restric-

ASSOCIATE OF GENERAL STUDIES (AGS) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The Associate of General Studies degree is designed for students wishing to acquire a broad education, rather than pursuing a specific college major or career technical program. Because of the flexibility of this degree, it may not fulfill requirements for transfer to a four-year institution. The Associate of General Studies is awarded to students who meet the following requirements: 1. Associate Degree Comprehensive Requirements: refer to comprehensive requirements section. 2. Associate of General Studies Requirements: A. General Education Requirement: Students must earn a minimum of 16 credits of General Education taken from the General Education Distribution/Discipline Studies List. These credits must come from courses taken in the following categories:

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· Arts and Letters · Social Sciences · Mathematics, Science and Computer Studies The 16 credits must include at least one course with a minimum of three credits from each category of the General Education/Discipline Studies categories. The General Education requirements for the AGS degree will be waived for students who enroll at PCC with an AA, AAS, AGS, AS, BA, BS degree or higher from a regionally accredited United States institution. B. Basic Competency Requirements in writing and math for AGS Degree: Writing: Competency in writing must be demonstrated by either: · Completing WR 121 with a C or better, or · Passing a lower division collegiate* writing course for which WR 121 is a prerequisite with a C or better *See Course Descriptions in PCC Catalog for a complete list. Students with AA, AAS, AGS, AS, BA, BS, degrees or higher from a U.S. regionally accredited institution will have the basic competency in writing (WR 121) waived. Other writing requirements specified by the program remain in effect. Math: Competency in mathematics must be demonstrated by · Completing MTH 65 or MTH 63 with a C or better, or · Passing the PCC competency exam for MTH 65, or · Passing a mathematics course (minimum of 3 credits) for which MTH 65 is a prerequisite with a C or better. C. Elective Credit Requirements ­ All students must complete elective credits to meet the overall requirement of 90 credits for this degree. Elective credits may apply from any course numbered 100 or higher (either lower division collegiate or career technical). Elective credit limitations are: · Maximum of six credits (100 level and above) of physical education (PE) may apply · Maximum of six credits of one credit MSD workshops may apply · Maximum of 24 credits of occupational skills classes (OST) may apply

A. Associate of Science Core Requirements: Courses listed below must be completed with a C grade or better. · Writing*: All candidates must complete a minimum of six credits in English Composition by passing WR 121 and passing another lower division collegiate WR course with WR 121 as a prerequisite · Health: Complete HE 250 Personal Health and one credit of Physical Education (100 level or above) or HPE 295 Health and Fitness for Life · Math*: Complete minimum of four credits in MTH 105 or any math course with MTH 95 as a prerequisite. *Basic writing and math competency will be met by these requirements. B. Distribution Requirements: Students must earn a minimum of 21 credits of General Education taken from the General Education Distribution/Discipline Studies List. A minimum of seven credits must be earned in each of the following distribution areas: · Arts and Letters · Social Sciences · Mathematics, Science and Computer Studies C. AS Elective Credit Requirements: All candidates must complete elective credits to meet the overall requirement of 90 credits for this degree. Elective credits may include any lower division collegiate courses (course level of 100 or higher). A maximum of 3 credits of physical education (PE) courses maybe applied to this degree.

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE OREGON TRANSFER IN BUSINESS (ASOT-BUS)

The Associate of Science Oregon Transfer in Business degree is designed for students planning to transfer credits to any Oregon University System (OUS) school and seek entry into that institution's business program. Students completing the ASOT-BUS degree will have met the lower-division General Education requirements of the OUS institution's baccalaureate degree programs. Students transferring will have junior status for registration purposes. Admission to the business school of an OUS institution is not guaranteed upon completion of the ASOT-BUS degree. It is strongly recommended that students contact the specific OUS institution business program early in the first term of their ASOT-BUS program to be advised of additional requirements. The Associate of Science Oregon Transfer in Business is awarded to students who meet the following requirements: 1. Associate Degree Comprehensive Requirements: refer to comprehensive requirements section. 2. Associate of Science Oregon Transfer in Business Degree Requirements All courses must be passed with a grade of "C" or better. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the time the ASOT is awarded. A. Foundational Requirements: Courses must be a minimum of 3 credits. · Writing *: Writing: WR 121 and either 122 or 227. A student must have at least 8 credits of writing; Student may need

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE (AS) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The Associate of Science degree is designed for students planning to transfer credits to a baccalaureate degree program at four-year institutions of the Oregon University System. It allows more freedom in course selection than the Oregon Associate of Arts Transfer Degree, but does not guarantee that students will be accepted as having completed all lower division comprehensive and General Education requirements for a baccalaureate degree. In selecting course work, students should see advisors at PCC and the institution to which they will transfer about the requirements of their baccalaureate major. The Associate of Science degree is awarded to students who meet the following requirements: 1. 2. Associate Degree Comprehensive Requirements: refer to comprehensive requirements section. Associate of Science Requirements:

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to complete WR 121, 122 and 227 to meet the 8 credit requirement. · Oral Communication: Speech 111 or 112 or 113 · Math*: A minimum of 3 courses MTH 111 or higher for which Intermediate Algebra is a prerequisite. One course must be Statistics · Computer Applications: Students must demonstrate proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software by the successful completion of BA 131 or CAS 133 and CAS 170 or CAS 171. *Basic Competency Requirements for writing and math will be met by successfully completing these courses. The Information Literacy requirement is satisfied by successful completion of the Writing courses. B. Discipline Studies: Students must complete at least 11 Discipline Studies courses from the General Education /Discipline Studies List. All courses in Discipline studies must be a minimum of 3 credits. A course may count towards foundational requirements or discipline studies but not both. · Arts and Letters: Complete at least 3 courses chosen from at least two disciplines in the this area · Social Sciences: Complete at least 4 courses chosen from at least two disciplines in the this area. A minimum of 2 courses in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics must be included. · Mathematics, Science and Computer Science: Complete at least 3 courses of laboratory courses in the biological or physical sciences. · Cultural Literacy: Students must select one course from any of the discipline studies that is designated as meeting the statewide criteria for cultural literacy (as indicated on the General Education /Discipline Studies List). This course can be one of the 11 required Discipline Studies courses. C. Business Specific Requirements: Each course must be completed with a C or better. BA 101, BA 211, BA 212, BA 213, and BA 226. BA 226 may be replaced by any other facultyapproved 200-level BA course. D. Elective Credit Requirements: All candidates must complete elective credits to meet the overall requirement of 90 credits for this degree. Elective courses may be any number of credits. Elective credits may include any lower division collegiate course. A maximum of 12 credits of Career and Technical Education courses may be applied to this degree. 1-credit MSD workshops may not be applied to this degree. A maximum of 3 credits of physical education (PE) may be applied to this degree.

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

oit.edu/programs/manage

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

business.oregonstate.edu/services/archived-transfer

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY

pdx.edu/sba/transfer-students

SOUTHERN OREGON UNIVERSITY

sou.edu/business/undergrad/index.html

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

lcb.uoregon.edu/App_Aspx/advisingResources.aspx

WESTERN OREGON

wou.edu/las/business/major.php

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS OREGON TRANSFER (AAOT) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree is an opportunity for students to complete lower division degree requirements at PCC. Any student having the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) degree recognized on an official college transcript will have met the lower division general education requirements of baccalaureate degree programs of any institution in the Oregon University System. Students transferring under this agreement will have junior status for registration purposes. Course, class standing or GPA, and requirements for specific majors, departments or schools are not necessarily satisfied by an AAOT degree. All courses should be aligned with the student's intended program of study and the degree requirements of the baccalaureate institution to which the student plans to transfer. A student is encouraged to work with an advisor in the selection of courses. The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree is awarded to students who meet the following requirements: 1. Associate Degree Comprehensive Requirements 2. Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree Requirements: All courses must be passed with a grade of "C-" or better. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the time the AAOT is awarded. A. Foundational Requirements: Courses must be a minimum of 3 credits (except for Health/Wellness/Fitness courses, which may be any number of credits) · Writing *: Writing: WR 121 and either 122 or 227. A student must have at least 8 credits of Writing; WR 123 may be used to complete the 8 credits · Oral Communication: Speech 111 or 112 or 113 · Math*: MTH 105 or higher for which Intermediate Algebra is a prerequisite. · Health/Wellness/Fitness: One or more courses totaling at least three credits from HE 242, 250, 254, HPE 295, or PE (not including PE 10, 199 or 299). *Basic Competency Requirements for writing and math will be

UNIVERSITY SPECIFIC PREREQUISITES, RECOMMENDATIONS:

Each OUS school has different requirements for its Business program. Please refer to your school's website for additional courses beyond the minimum requirements for the ASOT-BUS degree. EASTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY

eou.edu/business/bdm_course_transfer.htm

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met by successfully completing these courses. The Information Literacy requirement is satisfied by successful completion of the Writing courses. B. Discipline Studies: Students must complete at least 11 Discipline Studies courses from the General Education /Discipline Studies List. All courses in Discipline Studies must be a minimum of 3 credits. A course may count towards foundational requirements or discipline studies but not both. · Arts and Letters: Complete at least 3 courses chosen from at least two disciplines in the this area · Social Sciences: Complete at least 4 courses chosen from at least two disciplines in the this area · Mathematics, Science and Computer Science: Complete at least 4 courses from at least two disciplines in this area, including at least three laboratory courses in biological and/or physical science · Cultural Literacy: Students must select one course from any of the discipline studies that is designated as meeting the statewide criteria for cultural literacy (as indicated on the General Education /Discipline Studies List). This course can be one of the 11 required Discipline Studies courses. C. Elective Credit Requirements: All candidates must complete elective credits to meet the overall requirement of 90 credits for this degree. Elective courses may be any number of credits. Elective credits may include any lower division collegiate course. A maximum of 12 credits of Career and Technical Education courses may be applied to this degree. 1-credit MSD workshops may not be applied to this degree. A maximum of 3 credits of physical education (PE) may be applied to this degree.

OREGON TRANSFER MODULE (OTM)

The Oregon Transfer Module (OTM) provides a one-year curriculum for students who plan to transfer to a State of Oregon community college or university. The module allows students to complete one year of general education foundation course work that is academically sound and will meet the admission standards of the receiving school. The OTM is not a certificate or degree. Students should work closely with an academic advisor to ensure selection of appropriate course work. Upon transfer, students may be required to complete additional course work in General Education, or an academic major, that is specific to the receiving institution. Students who transfer prior to the completion of the Oregon Transfer Module will have their courses individually evaluated by the receiving institution. Students must complete a minimum of 45 credits of lower division course work with a C- or better in order to complete the Oregon Transfer Module. Students only need to take one course at PCC that applies to the OTM to have PCC be the school which transcripts it.

GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who complete the program, and other important information, visit www.pcc.edu/gainful.

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GENERAL EDUCATION /DISCIPLINE STUDIES

Candidates for all PCC degrees are required to complete credits from General Education/Disciplines Studies. PCC courses which meet the requirement are detailed in the table of General Education/Discipline Studies. Students are responsible for consulting the institution to which they will transfer to determine how the credits will be accepted. This General Education/Discipline Studies list may not be complete. For the most accurate and up to date version of this list please check the on-line catalog. PCC General Education/Discipline Studies Philosophy The faculty of Portland Community College affirms that a prime mission of the college is to aid in the development of educated citizens. Ideally, such citizens possess: ·understandingoftheircultureandhowitrelatestoothercultures ·appreciationofhistorybothfromaglobalperspectiveandfromapersonalperspective,includinganawarenessoftheroleplayedby gender and by various cultures ·understandingofthemselvesandtheirnaturalandtechnologicalenvironments ·abilitytoreasonqualitativelyandquantitatively ·abilitytoconceptuallyorganizeexperienceanddiscernitsmeaning ·aestheticandartisticvalues ·understandingoftheethicalandsocialrequirementsofresponsiblecitizenship Such endeavors are a lifelong undertaking. The General Education component of the associate degree programs represents a major part of the college's commitment to that process.

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FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

CULTURAL LITERACY

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ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART 101 102 103 115 116 117 119 131 140 141 142 143 181 204 204H 205 205H 206 206H 207 208 Understanding Architecture Understanding the Visual Arts Understanding New Media Arts Basic Design - 2D Foundations Basic Design - Color Foundations Basic Design - 3D Foundations Basic Design- 4D Foundations Introduction to Drawing Digital Photography I Intro to Photography Intro to B&W Photo (Darkroom) B&W Phot II (Darkroom) Painting I History of Western Art History of Western Art: Honors History of Western Art History of Western Art: Honors History of Western Art History of Western Art: Honors History of Asian Art History of Asian Art

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AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

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COURSE ARTS & LETTERS ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ASL ASL ASL ASL ASL ASL CHN CHN CHN CHN ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG 209 210 211 212 213 216 231 237 253 256 270 277 279 281 284 287 290 291 292 293 294 101 102 103 150 151 240 201 202 203 260 104 105 106 107 108 195 196 197 History of Asian Art Women in Art

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FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

CULTURAL LITERACY

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Mod Art Hst:19th Cen Art/Europ Mod Art Hst:Early 20th Cen Art Mod Art Hst: Art Since 1945 Intro to History of Photography Drawing Life Drawing Ceramics I Ceramics II Printmaking Life Painting Experimental Media Painting II Watercolor I Watercolor II Sculpture: Plaster/Clay Sculpture: Carving Sculpture: Mixed Media Figure Sculpture Sculpture: Metals 1st Yr Amer Sign Language I 1st Yr Amer Sign Language II 1st Yr Amer Sign Language III Accel American Sign Language Accel American Sign Language Deaf Studies Second Year Chinese Second Year Chinese Second Year Chinese Chinese Culture Intro to Literature (Fiction) Intro to Literature (Drama) Intro to Literature (Poetry) World Literature - Western World Literature - Western Film Studies: Film as Art Film Studies: Directors Film Studies: Themes & Genres

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AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

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ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL ESOL FR 201 202 204 205 207 208 209 212 213 214 215 222 237 240 244 246 250 253 254 256 257 258 260 261 275 150 152 154 160 162 164 250 252 254 260 262 264 265 101 Shakespeare: Early Works Shakespeare: Later Works Survey of English Literature Survey of English Literature World Literature-Asian (India) World Literature-Asian (China) World Literature-Asian (Japan) Biography and Autobiography Latin American Literature Literature of the Northwest Literature of Genocide Images of Women in Literature American Working Class Lit Intro to Native American Lit Intro to Asian- American Lit Transnational Literature Intro to Folklore & Mythology American Literature to 1865 American Literature from 1865 African-American Literature African-American Literature African-American Literature Intro to Women Writers Literature of Science Fiction The Bible as Literature Level 5 Reading Level 5 Writing Level 5 Communication Level 6 Academic Reading Level 6 Academic Writing Level 6 Academic Communication Level 7 Academic Reading Level 7 Academic Writing Level 7 Academic Communication Level 8 Academic Reading Level 8 Academic Writing Level 8 Academic Communication Level 8 Academic Communication First Year French

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FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

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FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR GER GER GER GER GER GER GER GER HUM HUM HUM HUM HUM HUM HUM HUM JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN MUS MUS MUS 102 103 150 151 201 202 203 250 251 101 102 103 150 151 201 202 203 100 201 202 203 204 205 206 221 101 102 103 150 151 201 202 203 260A 261A 262A 105 108 110 First Year French First Year French First Year French First Year French Second Year French Second Year French Second Year French Second Year French Second Year French First Year German First Year German First Year German First Year German First Year German Second Year German Second Year German Second Year German Intro to Humanities Hum & Tech:Exploring Origins Hum & Tech:Contemporary Issues Hum & Tech:Future Direction History of Africa African Literature African Art Leadership Development First Year Japanese First Year Japanese First Year Japanese First Year Japanese First Year Japanese Second Year Japanese Second Year Japanese Second Year Japanese Japanese Culture Japanese Culture Japanese Culture Music Appreciation Music Cultures of the World Fundamentals of Music

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FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

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MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL R RUS RUS RUS RUS RUS RUS RUS RUS RUS SP SP SP SP SP 111 112 113 201 202 203 205 206 207 191 195 197 201 202 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 221 222 210 101 102 103 150 151 201 202 203 270A 100 111 111H 112 140 Music Theory I (part one) Music Theory I (part two) Music Theory I (part three) Intro to Music & Its Lit Intro to Music & Its Lit Intro to Music & Its Lit Introduction to Jazz History Intro to History of Rock Music Intro to History of Folk Music Analysis & Eval of Argument Crit Think: Sci & the Occult Electronic Media & reality Being and Knowing Ethics Philosophy of Religion Biomedical Ethics Intro to Environmental Ethics Ethical Issues in Aging Political Philosophy Business Ethics Intro to Asian Philosophy Existentialism Symbolic Logic Philosophy of Art and Beauty World Religions First Year Russian First Year Russian First Year Russian First Year Russian First Year Russian Second Year Russian Second Year Russian Second Year Russian Readings in Russian Intro to Speech Communication Public Speaking Public Speaking: Honors Persuasion Intro to Intercultural Comm

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AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

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FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

CULTURAL LITERACY

ARTS & LETTERS

SP SP SP SP SP SPA SPA SPA SPA SPA SPA SPA SPA SPA SPA TA TA WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WS ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH 214 215 227 228 237 101 102 103 150 151 201 202 203 250 251 101 141 222 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 101 101 102 103 207 208 209 210 212 214 230 Interper Comm:Process & Theory Sm Grp Comm: Process & Theory Nonverbal Communication Mass Communication Gender and Communication First Year Spanish-First Term First Year Spanish-Second Term First Year Spanish-Third Term First Year Spanish First Year Spanish Second Year Spanish-1st Term Second Year Spanish-2nd Term Second Year Spanish-3rd Term Second Year Spanish Second Year Spanish Theatre Appreciation Fund of Acting Techniques Writing Research Papers Creative Writing (Nonfiction) Creative Writing (Fiction) Creative Writing (Poetry) Creative Wr (Script Wr) Adv Creative Writing - Fiction Adv Creative Writing - Poetry Adv Creative Wr, Edit & Pub Adv Creative Scriptwriting Adv Creative Writing-Nonfict Women's Studies Intro to Physical Anthropology Intro Archaeology & Prehistory Intro to Cultural Anthropology Cult Ath: Cult Concepts Cult Ath: Cultures of World Cult Ath: Cult Growth & Change Selected Topics Ethnology Introduction to Shamanism Hum Envir: Ecological Aspects Native Americans of Oregon

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SOCIAL SCIENCE

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AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE n 2012-2013

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FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

CULTURAL LITERACY

SOCIAL SCIENCE

ATH ATH BA EC EC EC GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO HEC HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST 231 232 208 200 201 202 105 106 107 204 206 209 221 230 265 226 101 101H 102 102H 103 103H 104 105 106 107 201 202 203 204 205 218 225 240 246 247 270 271 Native Americans of the N.W. Native North Americans Intro to Non Profits and Phil Prin Econ: Intro, Inst & Phil Prin Econ: Microeconomics Prin Econ: Macroeconomics Human Geography Geog of the Developed World Geog of the Developing World Geography of Middle East Geography of Oregon Phys Geog: Weather & Climate Field Geog: The Local Lndscpe Geog of Race & Ethnic Conflict Introduction to GIS Child Development West Civ: Ancnt to Mdvl West Civ: Ancnt to Mdvl: Honors West Civ: Med to Modern West Civ: Med to Modern: Honors Western Civ: Modern Europe Western Civ: Modern Europe: Honors History of the Middle East Hist of India & S. Asia Region History of China History of Korea & Japan History of the U.S. - I History of the U.S. - II History of the U.S. - III US Women: Pre-colonial to 1877 US Women: 1877 to Present Native American Indian History Hst of Wom, Sex, & The Family Oregon History Religion in U.S. to 1840 Religion in U.S. since 1840 History of Mexico Hist Central America/Caribbean

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AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE n 2012-2013

COURSE

TITLE

FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

CULTURAL LITERACY

SOCIAL SCIENCE

HST HST HST HST HST HST HST PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC 274 275 276 278 279 284 285 201 202 203 204 205 211 220 225 101 201A 202A 213 214 215 216 222 231 232 236 239 240 204 205 206 211 213 214A 214B 214C 215 218 African American History - I African American History - II African American History- III Russian History I Russian History II History of Africa The Holocaust US Govt:Foundation/Principles US Govt:Institution & Policies State and Local Government Comparative Political Systems Global Politics:Conflict/Coop Peace and Conflict U.S. Foreign Policy Polit Ideologies:Idea Systems Psychology and Human Relations Intro to Psychology - Part 1 Intro to Psychology - Part 2 Intro Behav Neuroscience Introduction to Personality Human Development Social Psychology Family & Intimate Relationship Human Sexuality Human Sexuality Psych of Adult Dev and Aging Intro to Abnormal Psychology Personal Awareness and Growth Soc in Everyday Life Soc Change in Societies Social Problems Peace and Conflict Diversity in the United States Illumination Project 1 Illumination Project 2 Illumination Project 3 Social Issues and Movements Sociology of Gender

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AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE n 2012-2013

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TITLE

FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

CULTURAL LITERACY

SOCIAL SCIENCE

SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC WS WS WS BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH 223 228 230 231 232 101 201 202 101 101H 102 103 112 121 122 141 142 143 163 202 211 212 213 222 231 232 233 234 100 101 102 104 105 106 221 221H 222 222H Sociology of Aging Intro Environmental Sociology Intro to Gerontology Sociology of Health & Aging Death & Dying: Cult & Issues Women's Studies Women of the World Women Working for Change Biology Biology: Honors Biology Biology Cell Biology for Health Occ Intro Human Anatomy/Phys I Intro Human Anat/Phys II Habitats: Life of the Forest Habitats: Marine Biology Habitats: Fresh Water Biology Organic Gardening Botany Principles of Biology Principles of Biology Principles of Biology Human Genetics Human Anatomy & Physiology I Human Anatomy & Physiology II Human Anatomy & Physiology III Microbiology Fundamentals for Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Principles Organic Chemistry Principles Allied Health Chemistry I Allied Health Chemistry II Allied Health Chemistry III General Chemistry I General Chemistry I: Honors General Chemistry II General Chemistry II: Honors

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MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE n 2012-2013

COURSE

TITLE

FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS

CULTURAL LITERACY

MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

CH CH CH CH CH CIS CIS CIS CS CS CS CS ESR ESR ESR G G G G G G G GS GS GS GS MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH 223 223H 241 242 243 120 121 122 133G 160 161 162 171 172 173 201 202 203 207 208 209 291 106 107 108 109 105 111 111H 112 211 212 213 241 243 244 251 252 253 General Chemistry III General Chemistry III: Honors Organic Chemistry I Organic Chemistry II Organic Chemistry III Computer Concepts I Computer Concepts II Software Design Introduction to Computer Games Exploring Computer Science Computer Science I Computer Science II Environ Science:Bio Perspect Environ Science:Chem Perspect Environ Science:Geolog Perspec Physical Geology Physical Geology Historical Geology Geology of the Pacific N.W. Volcanoes and Their Activity Earthquakes Elements of Rocks and Minerals Phys Sci (Geology) Phys Sci (Astronomy) Phys Sci (Oceanography) Phys Sci (Meteorology) Explorations in Mathematics College Algebra College Algebra: Honors Elementary Functions Foundations of Elem Math I Foundations of Elem Math II Foundations of Elem Math III Calc for Mgmt, Life/Social Sci Statistics I Statistics II Calculus I Calculus II Calculus III

AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE n 2012-2013

COURSE

TITLE

FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE DEGREES AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B AAOT, AAS, AS, AGS, ASOT-B

CULTURAL LITERACY

MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

MTH MTH MTH PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY 254 256 261 101 102 103 121 122 123 201 202 203 211 212 213 Vector Calculus I Differential Equations Applied Linear Algebra I Fundamentals of Physics I Fundamentals of Physics II Fundamentals of Physics III Elementary Astronomy Elementary Astronomy Elementary Astronomy General Physics General Physics General Physics General Physics (Calculus) General Physics (Calculus) General Physics (Calculus)

AAOT - Applicable for AAOT Degree AAS - Applicable for AAS Degree AS - Applicable for AS Degree

AGS - Applicable for AGS Degree ASOT-B - Applicable for ASOT Business Degree R - Applicable for Cultural Literacy

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