Approved Courses for Oregon Transfer Degrees and Oregon Transfer Module

2018-2019 Online College Catalog

Approved Courses for Oregon Transfer Degrees and Oregon Transfer Module

Only the following courses meet the AAOT, ASOT-Business, and ASOT-Computer Science Discipline Studies degree requirements.

The following courses also meet Oregon Transfer Module Discipline Studies degree requirements.

Note: Courses marked with (*) are approved for the Cultural Literacy requirement.

Arts and Letters

ARH 200 Graphic Design History
ARH 203* Am. Indian Art/Arch.History
ARH 204 History of Western Art 1
ARH 205 History of Western Art 2
ARH 206 History of Western Art 3
ARH 207* History of Indian Art
ARH 208* History of Chinese Art
ARH 209* History of Japanese Art
ARH 211 Early Modern Art: 1850-1910
ARH 212 Twentieth-Century Art
ARH 214 Arts of the United States
ARH 217* Islamic Art
ARH 218 History of Photography
ARH 219 History of Photography
ARH 220 History of Photo: 1950-Present
ART 111 Introduction to Visual Arts
ART 115 Basic Design: Fundamentals
ART 115_H Basic Design: Fundamentals
ART 115GD Basic Design: Fundamentals GD
ART 116 Basic Design: Color
ART 117 Basic Design: 3-Dimensional
ART 118 Artist Books and Pop-up
ART 120 Interm.Artist Books and Pop-up
ART 131 Introduction to Drawing
ART 220 Documentary Photography
ART 231 Drawing: Intermediate
ART 234 Drawing: Figure
ART 237 Illustration 1
ART 240 Natural Science Drawing
ART 248 Stone Sculpture
ART 250 Ceramics: Hand Building
ART 251 Ceramics: Wheel Throwing
ART 253 Ceramics: Intermediate
ART 261 Photography 1
ART 262 Photography 2
ART 270 Printmaking: Traditional and Digital Etching
ART 271 Printmaking: Woodcut and Linocut
ART 272 Printmaking: Experimental Processes
ART 273 Printmaking: Intermediate Traditional and Digital Etching
ART 274 Printmaking: Intermediate Woodcut and Linocut
ART 275 Screen Printing
ART 276 Sculpture: Introduction
ART 277 Sculpture: Welding
ART 278 Sculpture: Wood
ART 281 Painting: Introduction
ART 282 Landscape & Arch Photog
ART 284 Painting: Intermediate
ART 285 Advanced Screen Printing
ART 291 Sculpture: Metal Casting
ART 293 Sculpture: Figure
ART 294 Watercolor: Introduction
ART 295 Watercolor: Intermediate
CINE 265 Film History 1: Silent Era to Early Sound
CINE 266 Film History 2: Sound Era through the 1960s
CINE 267 Film History 3: 1960s to Present
COMM 100 Basic Communications
COMM 105 Listening & Critical Thinking
COMM 111 Fund of Public Speaking
COMM 111_H Fund of Public Speaking
COMM 112 Persuasive Speech
COMM 115* Intro to Intercultural Comm
COMM 130 Business & Profes Comm
COMM 218 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 219 Small Group Communication
COMM 220* Comm, Gender & Culture
COMM 262 Voice and Articulation
CW 201* Chinuk Wawa
CW 202* Chinuk Wawa
CW 203* Chinuk Wawa
D 160 Dance Composition
D 251 Looking at Dance
D 256 Anatomy of the Moving Body
D 257 Dance Improvisation
D 260 Group Choreography
ENG 100 Children’s Literature
ENG 104 Intro to Literature: Fiction
ENG 105 Intro to Literature: Drama
ENG 105_H Intro to Literature: Drama
ENG 106 Intro to Literature: Poetry
ENG 107* Survey of World Literature
ENG 108* Survey of World Literature
ENG 109* Survey of World Literature
ENG 151* Black American Literature
ENG 194 Literature of Comedy
ENG 201 Shakespeare
ENG 203 Shakespeare
ENG 204 Survey of British Literature
ENG 205 Survey of British Literature
ENG 215* Latino/a Literature
ENG 217 Read Writing & Digital Culture
ENG 218* Lit. Islamic World
ENG 222* Literature and Gender
ENG 232* Native American Lit, Myth,Folk
ENG 240 Nature Literature
ENG 243* Native American Autobiography
ENG 244* Asian American Literature
ENG 250* Intro to Folklore & Mythology
ENG 253 Survey of American Literature
ENG 254 Survey of American Literature
ENG 257* Amer Working Class in Fiction
ENG 259* AfricanAmer.Poetry,Plays&Film
ENG 260* Introduction to Women Writers
ENG 261 Science Fiction
ENG 270 Bob Dylan: American Poet
ES 244* Native American Story Telling
FA 255 Understand Movies:American Cin
FA 264* Women Make Movies
FA 265* African American Film Images
FA 270 Film Genres
FA276* Gender, Race, Class in U.S. Cinema
FR 201 Second Year French
FR 202 Second Year French
FR 203 Second Year French
FR 288* Study Abroad: French/Culture
HUM 100 Humanities Through the Arts
J 134 Photojournalism
J 216 Newswriting1
MUS 101 Music Fundamentals
MUS 111 Music Theory 1(First Term)
MUS 112 Music Theory 1
MUS 113 Music Theory 1
MUS 118 Music Technology MIDI/Audio 1
MUS 119 Music Technology MIDI/Audio 2
MUS 201 Intro Music & Its Literature
MUS 202 Intro Music & Its Literature
MUS 203 Intro Music & Its Literature
MUS 205* Intro to Jazz History
MUS 211 Music Theory 2(First Term)
MUS 212 Music Theory 2(Second Term)
MUS 213 Music Theory 2(Third Term)
MUS 260* History of HIP-Hop and Rap Mus
MUS 261 Music History
MUS 262 Music History
MUS 263 Music History
MUS 264* History of Rock Music 1
MUS 265* History of Rock Music 2
MUS 266* History of Rock Music 3
MUS 268 History of Electronic Music
PHL 201 Ethics
PHL 202 Theories of Knowledge
PHL 203 Theories of Reality
PHL 221 Critical Thinking
SPAN 201 Spanish Second Year
SPAN 202 Spanish Second Year
SPAN 203 Spanish Second Year
TA 140 Acting Shakespeare
TA 141 Acting 1 (Beginning)
TA 142 Acting 2 (Beginning)
TA 143 Acting 3 (Beginning)
TA 144 Improvisational Theater 1
TA 241 Intermediate Acting 1
TA 242 Intermediate Acting 2
TA 243 Acting for the Camera
TA 272* Introduction to Theatre
WR 240 Creative Nonfiction
WR 241 Intro to Imag. Writing:Fiction
WR 242 Intro to Imagin Writing:Poetry

Social Science

ANTH 101 Physical Anthropology
ANTH 102* World Archaeology
ANTH 102_H* World Archaeology
ANTH 103* Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 227* Prehistory of Mexico
ANTH 228* Cultures of Mexico
ANTH 229* Chicano Culture
ANTH 231* American Indian Studies
ANTH 232* American Indian Studies
ANTH 233* American Indian Studies
CJA 214 Intro to Forensic Science
ECON 200 Princ of Economics: Intro
ECON 201 Princ of Economics: Microecono
ECON 202 Princ of Economics: Macroecon
ECON 204 Intro to International Econ
ECON 250* Class, Race & Gender in US Eco
ECON 260 Intro to Environ & Nat Res Eco
ED 100 Introduction to Teaching
ED 233 Adolescent Lrng & Devt
ES 101* Historical Racial & Ethnic Iss
ES 102* Contempory Racial & Ethnic Iss
ES 212 Chicano/Latino Studies: Political and Ideological Perspectives
ES 213 Chicano/Latino Studies: Contemporary Identity and Cultural Issues
ES 221* African American Studies: Down From the Pyramids, Up From Slavery
ES 223* African American Studies: A Luta Continua: The Struggle Continues
ES 241* Native American Studies
ES 244* Native American Story Telling
ES 250* Class, Race & Gender US Econom
GEOG 141 Natural Environment
GEOG 142* Intro to Human Geography
GEOG 151 Digital Earth
GIS 151 Digital Earth
GIS 245 GIS 1
GIS 246 GIS 2
HE 212 Women’s Health
HE 255* Global Health & Sustainability
HST 101 History Western Civilization
HST 102 History Western Civilization
HST 103 History Western Civilization
HST 104* World History
HST 105* World History
HST 106* World History
HST 195* History of Vietnam War
HST 201* History of United States
HST 202* History of United States
HST 203* History of the United States
HST 208 US History Since 1945
HST 209 American History: Civil War
HST 266* US Women’s History
HUM 100 Humanities Through the Arts
PHL 201 Ethics
PHL 202 Theories of Knowledge
PHL 203 Theories of Reality
PHL 221 Critical Thinking
PS 101 Modern World Governments
PS 201 U.S. Government & Politics
PS 202 U.S. Government & Politics
PS 203 State & Local Govern.&Politics
PS 205* International Relations
PS 208 Intro to Political Theory
PS 211 Peace&Conflict: Global
PS 212 Peace&Conflict : National
PS 213 Peace&Conflict: Local
PS 225 Political Ideology
PS 275 Legal Processes Through Civil Rights and Liberties
PS 297 Environmental Politics
PSY 201 General Psychology
PSY 202 General Psychology
PSY 203 General Psychology
PSY 215 Lifespan Developmental Psychol
PSY 239 Intro to Abnormal Psy
SLD 103* Post-Racial America: Challenges and Opportunities
SLD 111* Chicano/Latino Leadership
SLD 112* Chicano/Latino Leadership 2
SLD 113* Chicano/Latino Leadership 3
SLD 121* African American Leadership
SOC 108A* Selected Topics: Women’s Bodie
SOC 204 Intro to Sociology
SOC 205 Soc Strat & Soc Sys
SOC 206 Inst & Soc Change
SOC 207* Women and Work
SOC 208* Sport & Society
SOC 210 Marriage, Fam & Intimate Rel
SOC 211 Social Deviance
SOC 213* Race and Ethnicity
SOC 218* Sociology of Gender
SOC 225 Social Problems
SOC 228 Intro Environmental Sociology
WS 101* Introduction to Women Studies

Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science with Laboratories

Note: Only one BI 101, one BI 102, and one BI 103 will meet the Science/Math/Computer Science requirements for any Lane degree, regardless of letter option. Additional BI 101, 102, or 103 course credits will count as electives. BI 103G General Biology: Global Ecology also will satisfy the Cultural Literacy requirement. GS 142 and GS 147 may be taken with a lab for 4 credits or without a lab for 3 credits.

ASTR 121 Astronomy of the Solar System
ASTR 122 Stellar Astronomy
ASTR 123 Cosmology and the Universe
BI 101 General Biology
BI 101_H General Biology:
BI 102 General Biology
BI 102_H General Biology
BI 103 General Biology
BI 103_H General Biology
BI 112 Cell Bio for Health Occupation
BI 211 Principles of Biology
BI 212 Principles of Biology
BI 231 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BI 232 Human Anatomy & Physiology 2
BI 233 Human Anatomy & Physiology 3
BI 234 Introductory Microbiology
BOT 213 Principles of Botany
CH 104 Introduction to General Chem
CH 106 Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry
CH 114 Intro to Forensic Chemistry
CH 221 General Chemistry 1
CH 222 General Chemistry 2
CH 223 General Chemistry 3
CH 241 Organic Chemistry
CH 242 Organic Chemistry
CH 243 Organic Chemistry
CJA 214 Intro to Forensic Science
ENSC 181 Terrestrial Environment
ENSC 182 Atmos Envir & Climate Change
ENSC 183 Aquatic Environment
G 101 Earth’s Dynamic Interior
G 102 Earth’s Dynamic Surface
G 103 Evolving Earth
G 146 Rocks and Minerals
G 147 National Parks Geology
G 148 Geologic Hazards
G 201 Earth Materials & Plate Tecton
G 202 Earth’s Surface Systems
G 203 Evolution of the Earth
GEOG 151 Digital Earth
GIS 151 Digital Earth
GIS 245 GIS 1
GIS 246 GIS 2
GS 101 General Science (Nature of NW)
GS 104 Physical Science
GS 105 Physical Science
GS 106 Physical Science
GS 142 Earth Science: Earth Revealed
GS 147 Oceanography
PH 101 Fundamentals of Physics
PH 102 Fundamentals of Physics
PH 103 Fundamentals of Physics
PH 201 General Physics
PH 202 General Physics
PH 203 General Physics
PH 211 General Physics with Calculus
PH 212 General Physics with Calculus
PH 213 General Physics with Calculus
SOIL 205 Introduction to Soil Science
WST 230 Watersheds and Hydrology
Z 213 Principles of Zoology

Non-Laboratory Science, Math, Computer Science Courses

ANTH 101 Physical Anthropology
ANTH 102* World Archaeology
CH 112 Chemistry for Health Occup.
CS 133P Beginning Programming: Python
CS 160 Orientation to Comput. Science
CS 161C+ Computer Science 1
CS 162C+ Computer Science 2
CS 161P Computer Science 1
CS 162P Computer Science 2
CS 233N Intermediate Programming C#
CS 233P Intermediate Prog.: Python
CS 240U Adv. Unix/Linux:Server Mgmt.
CS 260 Data Structures 1
GEOG 141 Natural Environment
GS 142 Earth Science: Earth Revealed
GS 147 Oceanography
GS 201 Scientific Skepticism
MTH 105 Math in Society
MTH 106 Math in Society 2
MTH 107 Math in Society 3
MTH 111 College Algebra
MTH 112 Trigonometry
MTH 211 Fundamentals Elementary Math 1
MTH 212 Fundamentals Elementary Math 2
MTH 213 Fundamentals Elementary Math 3
MTH 231 Discrete Mathematics 1
MTH 232 Discrete Mathmatics 2
MTH 241 Elementary Calculus 1
MTH 242 Elementary Calculus 2
MTH 243 Intro Probability & Statistics
MTH 251 Calculus 1 (Differential Calculus)
MTH 252 Calculus 2 (Integral Calc)
MTH 253 Calculus 3 (Infinite Ser Seq)
MTH 254 Vector Calculus 1 (Intro V M)
MTH 255 Vector Calculus 2 (Intro V A)
MTH 256 Applied Differential Equations
MTH 260 Linear Algebra
MTH 265 Statistics for Scientists and Engineers
PSY 212 Learning and Memory

Oral Communication

COMM 100 Basic Communication
COMM 111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
COMM 112 Persuasive Speech
COMM 130 Business and Professional Speech
COMM 218 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 219 Group Discussion

Health/Wellness/Fitness

+Note: Career Technical courses fulfilling Health/Wellness/Fitness requirements will not be counted in the 12-credit limit on CT courses.

D 152 Dance Basics
D 153 Pilates Workout
D 160 Dance Composition
D 161 Strength, Stretch & Tone:Gyro
D 172 Dancing the Fluid Body
D 175 Tap Dance Beginning
D 176 Fluid Yoga
D 177 Modern Dance 1
D 178 Modern Dance 2
D 179 Modern Dance 3
D 183 Meditation in Motion
D 184 Hip Hop 1
D 185 Ballet 1
D 186 Ballet 2
D 187 Ballet 3
D 188 Jazz Dance 1
D 189 Jazz Dance 2
D 194 Hip Hop 2
D 196 Balinese Dance
D 251 Looking at Dance
D 256 Anatomy of the Moving Body
D 257 Dance Improvisation
D 260 Group Choreography
FN 225 Nutrition
HE 152 Drugs, Society & Behavior
HE 209 Human Sexuality
HE 222 Consumer Health
HE 240 Holistic Health
HE 250 Personal Health
HE 252 First Aid
HE 255* Global Health & Sustainability
HE 262 First Aid 2
HE 275 Lifetime Health & Fitness
PE 102 Combination Aerobics
PE 103 Cardio Kickboxing
PE 104 Body Sculpt
PE 106 Yogilates
PE 107 Zumba Fitness
PE 108 Conditioning
PE 109 Exercise & Weight Control
PE 110 Walk Jog
PE 111 Group Cycling
PE 113 Fitness Ed: Introduction
PE 114 Fitness Ed: Continue/Returning
PE 115 Jogging
PE 116 Stability Ball Fitness
PE 117 Strength Training
PE 119 Strength Training for women
PE 133 Meditation
PE 134 Tai Chi Chuan
PE 136 Yoga
PE 137 Gentle Yoga
PE 183W Progressive Inter. Exercise
PE 185Z Yoga Intermediate
PE 234 Tai Chi Chuan Intermediate
PE 237 Yoga Intermediate
PEAT 100 Cross Country Women’s Condi. 1
PEAT 115 Soccer - Women’s Cond. 1
PEAT 125 Basketball - Mens Cond 1
PEAT 130 Basketball - Women’s Cond 1
PEAT 135 Track&Field -Women’s Cond. 1
PEAT 145 Baseball - Men’s Cond.1
PEAT 200 Cross Country Women’s Conditioning 2
PEAT 215 Soccer - Women’s Condition 2
PEAT 225 Basketball - Mens Cond 2
PEAT 230 Basketball Women’s Condition 1
PEAT 235 Track&Field - Women’s Cond. 2
PEAT 245 Baseball - Men’ s Cond. 2