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Business Transfer to Southern Oregon University

2019-20 Business Transfer to SOU (PDF)

Associate of Science Degree
Courses for this Program

About the Program

The Associate of Science degree (Business) has been developed with the cooperation and support of Southern Oregon University (SOU). The degree is fully articulated with SOU’s Business program and allows students to transfer directly as juniors and to be admitted into the program with no loss of credits to pursue a bachelor’s degree. The program offers an excellent balance of business and general education courses that support advanced study in the field of business. Students should note that Associate of Science is the only designation that is recorded on their transcripts and printed degrees.

Students should contact the SOU School of Business early in the first year of the program to be advised about additional requirements and procedures for admission to the school or program. Students transferring to SOU will be required to complete BA100 at SOU during the first quarter.

Students should be aware that if they transfer before completing this degree, courses will be evaluated individually toward the general education requirements in effect at SOU.


Program Learning Outcomes

The curriculum in RCC courses is derived from a set of identified learning outcomes that are relevant to the discipline. Program leaning outcomes for business programs are:

Business Ethics: Demonstrate knowledge of ethical, legal, and socially responsible business behavior, while maintaining high levels of personal and professional integrity in today's rapidly changing multi-cultural, team-oriented business environment.

Communication/Information Literacy: Develop and deliver professional oral and written communications (using technology) that are appropriate to the topic, audience, and situation.

Critical Evaluation/Decision Making: Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills by identifying, understanding, and applying basic theories, terminology, and practices related to each functional area of business.

Interpersonal Skills: Develop the interpersonal ("soft") skills necessary to build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external business stakeholders.


Entry Requirements

Students are required to complete the Placement Process to determine skill level and readiness in math, reading, and writing. As part of their training program, students must begin with the courses within their skill level as determined through the Placement Process. In addition, students may also be required to enroll in classes that would increase their employability and success.


Advanced Standing

Coursework from accredited colleges and universities will be accepted in accordance with college policies and the Business Technology Department chair’s approval. In order to ensure coursework is current, program courses over 10 years old must be reviewed and approved by the appropriate department chair before being accepted toward course requirements.


Graduation Requirements

Students must complete a minimum of 90 term credits of lower division collegiate courses with a minimum grade of “C” or better.


Course No.
Course Title
Credits
Prerequisites
 
MTH95 Intermediate Algebra or designated placement test score 0-4
WR115 Introduction to Expository Writing or designated placement test score 0-3
Total Prerequisite Credits
0-7
General Education Requirements
 
Writing Skills and Oral Communication
12
WR121 English Composition I 4
WR122 English Composition II or
WR227 Technical Writing
4
SP111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking or
COMM225 Small Group Communication or
SP218 Interpersonal Communication
4
Mathematics
  4
MTH243 Probability and Statistics with lab 4
Distribution/Explorations Requirements
31-38
Humanities 1

(Complete at least three courses from the following list, 9-12 credits.)

9-12
Course No.
Course Title
Credits
ART131 Introduction to Drawing 4
ART204, ART205, ART206 History of Art I, II, III 4-4-4
ENG104, ENG105, ENG106 Introduction to Literature 4-4-4
ENG107, ENG108, ENG109 World Literature 4-4-4
ENG201, ENG202 Shakespeare I, II 4-4
ENG204, ENG205, ENG206 Survey of English Literature 4-4-4
ENG253, ENG254, ENG255 Survey of American Literature 4-4-4
ENG257 African American Literature 4
ENG260 Introduction to Women Writers 4
ENG261 Literature of Science Fiction 4
ENG275 The Bible as Literature 4
HUM101, HUM102, HUM103 Introduction to Humanities 4-4-4
HUM215, HUM216, HUM217, HUM218, HUM219 Native American Arts and Cultures 4-4-4-4-4
MUS101 Music Fundamentals 3
MUS105 Music Appreciation 3
MUS108 Music in World Cultures 4
MUS111, MUS112, MUS113 Music Theory and Aural Skills I, II, III 4-4-4
MUS201 Introduction to Western Music 4
MUS205 History of Jazz 3
MUS206 Introduction to Rock Music 3
MUS208 Film Music 3
MUS211, MUS212, MUS213 Music Theory and Aural Skills IV, V, VI 4-4-4
MUS261, MUS262, MUS263 History of Western Music I, II, III 4-4-4
MUS264, MUS265, MUS266 History of Rock I, II, III 3-3-3
PHL101, PHL102, PHL103 Philosophical Problems/Ethics/Critical Reasoning 4-4-4
REL201 World Religions 4
REL243 Nature, Religion and Ecology 4
SP115 Introduction to Intercultural Communication 4
SPAN201, SPAN202, SPAN203 Second Year Spanish I, II, III 4-4-4
TA141 Fundamentals of Acting 4
WR241, WR242, WR243 Imaginative Writing I, II, III 4-4-4
     
Social Science
  11
Course No.
Course Title
Credits
BA218 Personal Finance 3
ECON201 Principles of Microeconomics 4
ECON202 Principles of Macroeconomics 4
     
Science

(Select three courses from the following list - at least two courses must have labs. Only one course can be a regional field studies course indicated by asterisk.)

11-15
BI100GB Introductory Biology (non-lab course) 3
BI100SB Biology of Human Body Systems (non-lab course) 3
BI101, BI102, BI103 Introduction to Biology I, II, III with lab 4-4-4
BI121, BI122 Elementary Anatomy and Physiology I, II with lab 4-4
BI211, BI212, BI213 General Biology I, II, III with lab 4-4-4
BI231, BI232, BI233 Anatomy and Physiology I, II, III with lab 4-4-4
BI234 Microbiology with lab 4
CHEM104 Introductory Chemistry with lab and Recitation 5
CHEM105 Introductory Organic Chemistry with lab 4
CHEM105R Introductory Organic Chemistry Recitation 1
CHEM106 Introductory Biochemistry with lab 4
CHEM106R Introductory Biochemistry Recitation 1
CIS195 Web Authoring I (non-lab course) 4
ENV111 Introduction to Environmental Science (non-lab) 3
G100 Fundamentals of Geology (non-lab course) 3
G101, G102, G103 Introduction to Geology I, II, III with lab 4-4-4
GEOG100 Introduction to Physical Geography (non-lab course) 3
GS104, GS106, GS107, GS108 Physical Science with lab 4-4-4-4
GS170 * Regional Field Studies with lab 4
PH201, PH202, PH203 General Physics I, II, III with lab and Recitation 5-5-5
PH211, PH212, PH213 General Physics (Calculus Based) I, II, III with lab and Recitation 5-5-5
Business-Specific Requirements

33

Course No.
Course Title
Credits
BA101 Introduction to Business 4
BA131 Introduction to Business Computing 4
BA211 Financial Accounting I 4
BA212 Financial Accounting II 2 4
BA213 Managerial Accounting 4
BA226 Business Law 4
BA282 Applied Business Statistics 4
BA285 Advanced Business Applications: Excel 4
LIB127 Introduction to Academic Research 1

Electives

 

3-10

Complete a sufficient number of transfer-level (numbered 100 and above) courses to meet the total degree requirement of at least 90 credits. A maximum of 12 career and technical course credits may be used toward this degree.

Note: WR115 Introduction to Expository Writing may be used as elective credit if taken summer term 2000 or later and completed with a letter grade of “C” or better.

Total Program Credits
90

1 Students who have graduated from high school or completed a high school equivalency program in 1997 or after must have the following requirement for admission to a four-year Oregon college or university: 1) Two years of the same high school-level world language, or 2) two terms of college-level world language with a grade of “C” or better (may be first-year world language, which can be used as elective credits). Note: If students plan to complete a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree at a four-year school, they must be proficient in a world language regardless of when they graduated from high school or equivalency program.

2 Students who completed BA211 at RCC prior to July 1, 2017, will have met this requirement.


For more information contact a counselor or an advisor:

Grants Pass: 541-956-7066
Medford: 541-245-7527
Toll free in Oregon: 800-411-6508
email: rwcbusiness@roguecc.edu or rvcbusiness@roguecc.edu
Web address:  www.roguecc.edu/Business
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