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INSTITUTION INFORMATION

Western Oregon University
Monmouth, Oregon
Institution Liaison: Stephen Scheck

Western Oregon University Passport Block

The Passport Block listed here is for general information only. Students must see the institution's website http://www.wou.edu/ for access to the official block.

Students will take the following course:

Oral Communication
Courses in Oral Communication
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
COM 111 Public Speaking

Students will take the following course:

Written Communication
Courses in Written Communication
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
WR 122 College Writing II

Students must take one course from the following:

Quantitative Literacy
Courses in Quantitative Literacy
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
MTH 105 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics
MTH 111 College Algebra
MTH 112 Elementary Functions

Students will take a total of three courses w/labs from a combination of courses from the two Natural Science categories below. At least two courses must be from a course sequence.

List A
Courses in List A
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
BI 101, 102, or 103 General Biology
BI 211, 212, or 213 Principles of Biology
CH 103 Allied Health Chemistry
CH 105 Consumer Chemistry
CH 106 Biochemistry and Technology
GS 201H Natural Science -The Science of Order

List B
Courses in List B
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
CH 104 Chemistry & The Environment
CH 221, 222, or 223 General Chemistry
ES 104 Earth Science Systems I
ES 105 Earth Science Systems II
ES 106 Earth Science Systems III
ES 201, 202, or 203 Principles of Geology
PH 201, 202, or 203 General Physics
PH 211, 212, or 213 General Physics with Calculus
GS 202H Natural Science -The Science of Order
GS 203H Natural Science -The Science of Order

To complete the Human Cultures area, students will take one course from the Human Culture's ONLY list as well as one additional course from Human Cultures and Human Society & the Individual COMBINED List. The additional course that a student takes in the combined list will be used to meet the learning outcomes of both the Human Cultures and Human Society and the Individual Area.Just one additional course in this list is necessary for students to meet the learning outcomes of both areas.

Human Cultures ONLY
Courses in Human Cultures ONLY
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 213D Language and Culture
ANTH 215 Introduction to Archaelogy
ANTH 216D Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
GEO 107D Introductory Cultural Geography

Human Cultures and Human Society and the Individual COMBINED - STUDENTS MUST TAKE ONE COURSE FROM THIS LIST TO FULFILL LEARNING OUTCOMES OF HUMAN CULTURES AND HUMAN SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL
Courses in Human Cultures and Human Society and the Individual COMBINED - STUDENTS MUST TAKE ONE COURSE FROM THIS LIST TO FULFILL LEARNING OUTCOMES OF HUMAN CULTURES AND HUMAN SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 213D Language and Culture
ANTH 214 Introduction to Physical Anthropology
ANTH 215 Introduction to Archaelogy
ANTH 216D Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
CJ 212D History and Development of American Law Enforcement
CJ 213D Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 219D Ethics and Leadership in Criminal Justice
CJ 241D Introduction to Community Crime Prevention
EC 201 or 202 Introduction to Micro-economics
GEO 105D Introductory Physical Geography
GEO 106D Introductory Economic Geography
GEO 107D Introductory Cultural Geography
HIST 104D, 105D, or 106D World History
HIST 201D, 202D, or 203D History of the United States
PS 193 Introduction to Model United Nations
PS 201 American National Government
PS 202 State and Local Government
PS 203D International Relations
PS 204 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PSY 201 General Psychology
PSY 202 General Psychology
R 201D Introduction to World Religions, Eastern
R 204D Introduction to World Religions, Western
SOC 223D Introduction to Sociology: Theory
SOC 224 Introduction to Sociology: Research
SOC 225D Social Problems

Students must take 2 courses (can be double counted with courses from other areas) from the following:

Critical Thinking
Courses in Critical Thinking
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
CJ 212D History and Development of American Law Enforcement
CJ 241D Introduction to Community Crime Prevention
EC 201 Introduction to Micro-economics
EC 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics
ENG 104 Introduction to Fiction
ENG 105 Introduction to Drama
ENG 106 Introduction to Poetry
ENG 107 Literature of the Western World
ENG 108 Literature of the Western World
ENG 109 Literature of the Western World
ES 203 Historical Geology
HIST 201 History of the United States
HIST 202 History of the United States
HIST 203 History of the United States

Students must take a minimum of one course from each of the two lists below. However, if taking TA technical courses in List B, students should take two technical courses from List B. If taking D fundamental courses or MUEN ensemble courses, students should take a combination of three courses.

Creative Expression: List A
Courses in Creative Expression: List A
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
A 204 Art History: Prehistoric-Late Antiquity
A 205 Art History: Middle Ages-Renaissance
A 206 Art History: Baroque-Contemporary
D 251 Introduction to Dance
MUS 101 Popular Music in America
MUS 102 Rock Music: A Social History
MUS 103 Jazz History
MUS 105 The Magic of Mozart
TA 110 Introduction to Theatre
TA 112 Introduction to Film
TA 115 Introduction to Scenic Art

Creative Expression: List B
Courses in Creative Expression: List B
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
A 115 Beginning Design: 2D
A 116 Beginning Design: 3D
A 120 Foundations of Digital Art & Design
A 130 Beginning Drawing
D 170-198 Any Dance Fundamentals class, chosen from D170-198
MUEN 100-173 Any Music Ensemble, chosen from MUEN 100-173
MUS 111 Musicianship
MUS 181 Voice Class
TA 244 Technical Theatre: Scenecraft
TA 245 Technical Theatre: Lighting
TA 246 Technical Theatre: Costuming
TA 247 Technical Theatre: Sound
TA 251 Elements of Acting
TA 253 Production Workshop


TEAMWORK AND VALUE SYSTEMS

Students should take one course, or if taking PE activity courses, the student should take two activity courses. Courses may also be counted for other areas.

Teamwork and Value Systems
Courses in Teamwork and Value Systems
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
BI 101,102, or 103 General Biology
BI 211, 212, or 213 General Psychology
CH 104 Chemistry & The Environment
CH 105 Consumer Chemistry
CH 106 Biochemistry and Technology
CH 221, 222, or 223 General Chemistry
ES 104 Earth Science Systems I
ES 105 Earth Science Systems II
ES 106 Earth Science Systems III
ES 201, 202, or 203 Principles of Geology
MUEN 143 Guitar Ensemble
PE 176 Rock Climbing
PE 182 Backpacking
PE 183 Advanced Backpacking
PE 136 Badminton
PH 201, 202, or 203 General Physics
PH 211, 212, or 213 General Physics with Calculus
PS 203 International Relations
TA 251 Elements of Acting
TA 253 Production Workshop
WR 230W Introduction to Writing Studies

To complete the Human Society and the Individual area, students will take one of the following courses from the list below as well as one course from the Human Cultures and Human Society and the Individual COMBINED list listed under the Human Cultures area. Students must take one course from the combined list to complete the learning outcomes of both areas.

Human Society and the Individual ONLY
Courses in Human Society and the Individual ONLY
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
EC 201 Introduction to Micro-economics
PS 201 American National Government
PS 202 State and Local Government
PSY 201 General Psychology
SOC 223D Introduction to Sociology: Theory
SOC 224 Introduction to Sociology: Research
SOC 225D Social Problems



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