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2 registration calendar summer 2012: fall 2012: winter 2013: spring 2013: eb RegistRation... May 11 begins at 12:01 a.m. for continuing students who have earned 46 or more credit hours at mhcc and have attended mhcc summer 2011 or later. eb RegistRation... May 14 begins at noon for continuing students who have earned 45 or fewer credit hours at mhcc and have attended mhcc summer 2011 or later. open RegistRation... May 15 begins for continuing and new students (eb or in-person registration options). first 5-week-session classes begin... June week-session classes begin... June 25 8-week-session classes begin... June 25 fourth of July (No classes)... July 4 last day of instruction/finals (first 5 weeks)... July 28 second 5-week-session classes begin... July 30 last day of instruction/finals eight 8-week session... aug. 18 last day of instruction/finals second 5-week-session... sept. 1 last day of instruction/finals 10-week-session... sept. 1 labor Day (No classes)... sept. 3 eb RegistRation... May 21 begins at 12:01 a.m. for continuing students who have earned 46 or more credit hours at mhcc and have attended mhcc fall 2011 or later. eb RegistRation... May 22 begins at 12:01 a.m. for continuing students who have earned 45 or fewer credit hours at mhcc and have attended mhcc fall 2011 or later. open RegistRation... May 24 begins for continuing and new students (eb or in-person registration options). Classes begin... sept. 24 last day to drop an individual class or change grade status... nov. 9 Veterans Day holiday (No classes)... nov. 12 no classes (aculty Non-Service Day)... nov. 21 thanksgiving holiday (No classes)... nov last day to totally withdraw from college... Dec. 7 final examination week... Dec eb RegistRation... nov. 19 begins at 12:01 a.m. for continuing students who have earned 46 or more credit hours at mhcc and have attended mhcc inter 2012 or later. eb RegistRation... nov. 20 begins at 12:01 a.m. for continuing students who have earned 45 or fewer credit hours at mhcc and have attended mhcc inter 2012 or later. open RegistRation... nov. 26 begins for continuing and new students (eb or in-person registration options). Classes begin... Jan. 7 martin luther King, Jr. Day (No classes)... Jan. 21 last day to drop an individual class or change grade status... eb. 22 last day to totally withdraw from college... March 15 final examination week... March for the most current calendar information please visit Check with admissions, registration and records for drop, withdrawal and change of grade status dates for non-standard length classes. eb RegistRation... eb. 20 begins at at 12:01 a.m. for students who have applied for spring or summer 2013 graduation. eb RegistRation... eb. 22 begins at at 12:01 a.m. for continuing students who have earned 46 or more credit hours at mhcc and have attended mhcc spring 2012 or later. eb RegistRation... eb. 25 begins at at 12:01 a.m. for continuing students who have earned 45 or fewer credit hours at mhcc and have attended mhcc spring 2012 or later. open RegistRation... March 1 begins for continuing and new students (eb or in-person registration options). Classes begin... april 1 last day to drop an individual class or change grade status... May 17 memorial Day holiday (No classes)... May 27 last day to totally withdraw from college... June 7 final examination week... June ged graduation... June 14 subject to change (friday) Commencement... June 15 subject to change (saturday)

3 welcome Добро пожаловать! См. страницу 9 для информации об изучении английского языка. Bienvenidos! Para información en como aprender inglés vea la página 9. Xin chào mừng! Xem trang 9 để biết tin tức về việc học Anh ngữ. table of contents elcome to Mt. Hood Community College Congratulations on choosing Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) to pursue, explore and achieve your educational and professional ambitions! hether your goal is to obtain a career certificate or degree, transfer to a four-year institution or enhance your professional skills, you will find an extraordinary team of teaching and learning professionals dedicated to your success. No matter what your previous educational experience has been, we are ready, willing and able to assist you. The purposes of this catalog are to (1) outline an academic pathway for current and future MHCC students, (2) reaffirm our commitment to your academic and professional success and (3) help you make informed decisions about your education and future. Your purpose is to change your world, and our purpose is to help you do it. At MHCC, you will find an inspired and effective team of professionals dedicated to advising, assisting, guiding and teaching to help you succeed at MHCC and at many private and public four-year institutions of higher learning. Their innovative and creative teaching methods reach students in the classroom, on the Internet and in hybrid courses. Outside of the classroom, you can participate in our highly-acclaimed athletic, visual and performing arts programs and our numerous service-oriented curricular activities guaranteed to enhance your learning experience. In addition to dedicated faculty members devoted to scholarship, you will also find caring and dedicated staff members who are committed to guiding, informing, serving and supporting you throughout your experience at the Gresham and Maywood Campuses and Bruning Center for Allied Health Education. Since 1966, MHCC has a distinguished history of providing accessible, affordable and quality programs and services to our communities. MHCC graduates have succeeded wherever they have gone other colleges and universities, the private sector, public service and healthcare. e expect you to be part of that success and write your place in MHCC s history book. Again, congratulations on choosing MHCC for your educational and training experiences. e hope you will enjoy discovering the limitless opportunities at MHCC. Best wishes! Maps Gresham Campus Bruning Center... 4 Maywood Park Campus... 4 Getting Started - How to Enroll Degree Requirements General Education Outcomes ecial Programs (including business & community resources) Student Resources Program Reference Guide Career-Technical Degrees and Certificates Transfer-Areas of Study Course Descriptions in Alphabetical Order Academic Information Student Rights and Responsibilities MHCC acts Professional Staff Index College Mission Quick Information Guide... inside back cover Gresham Campus Maywood Park Campus Bruning Center for Allied Health Education Equal Opportunity It is the policy of MHCC to provide equal educational and employment opportunities and to provide service benefits to all students and employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable state or federal law. This policy is in accordance with the laws enforced by the Department of Education and Department of Labor, including Presidential Executive Order 11246, as amended, Title VI and Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act as amended by the Civil Rights Act of 1991, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Veteran s Readjustment Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Acts of , the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Oregon Revised Statute Inquiries regarding application of these and other regulations should be directed to either the college s Human Resources Office , the office of Student Development and Services , or TDD ; the Office of Civil Rights, Department of Education Office, Seattle, ashington; or to the office of ederal Contract Compliance Programs, Department of Labor, San rancisco, CA..mhcc.edu Catalog Mt. Hood Community college 1

4 campus map Gresham Campus Building and Parking Locations Gresham Campus Building Locations Stark St. NORTH ENTRANCE Kane Rd./257th Stark St. isheries 1-24 Sustainability, Health and Safety Biodiesel and Ethanol Labs M Early Childhood Center X Y CP EXIT N DP H P CP AC1700 / 2700 G Cinemas Head Start HS 1-10 Industrial Technology IT1 IT 72 AC1600 / 2600 L K J AC1500 / th St. E MAIN ENTRANCE Academic Center V Library Security Information CP V CP AM D C CP 30 V DP Gallery Town & Gown Vista Dining Main Theatre Carpool Parking 30-Minute Parking Vendor Parking Dental Client Parking Visual Arts Center VA1 - VA37 Visual Arts Theatre B V Cosmetology Client Parking CP A Health and Physical Education Racquetball Courts Pond Disabled Parking Bus Stop Parking Lots are Labeled A-Z and AM & PL Public Safety / Information Bleachers Track and ield PE162 Stadium Gym PE Tennis Courts General Education (GE) Building 30 Q R PL 30 Aquatic Center V S T U 50-Meter Pool Baseball Diamond Softball Diamond Campus Buildings Parking lots Roads and alkways Athletic Soccer ields SOUTH ENTRANCE 17th St. Kane Rd./257th. 2 Mt. Hood Community college Catalog To view more detailed maps visit

5 campus Kane Rd./257th map Stark St. EXIT MAIN ENTRANCE 29th St. BUS ENTRANCE Pond Tennis Courts G.E. Building Annex Aquatic Center Outdoor Pool Kane Rd./257th 17th St. Eastern Oregon University (EOU): AC3308, AC3334, AC3335 and AC3318 lagpoles Performing Arts College Theatre Center ACADEMIC CENTER (AC) UPPER LEVEL Rooms AC2000 AC2799 Allied Health Adult Basic Skills Business & Computer Information Systems ountain Gresham Campus Academic Center (AC) Science Social Science s 2600s 2500s Mathematics / Engineering s College Advancement Bob Scott Room Community of Learners Enterprise (COLE) Vice President, Office of Instruction Board Conference Room Board Room Humanities / English, Modern Languages oundation / 2300s President s Office Vice President of Adminstrative Services Human Resources Student Services inancial Aid Business Office Registration / Cashier Academic Advising and Transfer Center Admissions & Records Disability Services 2200s Student Services Center 2100s 2000s Town & Gown Room 2057 LIBRARY MEZZANINE LEVEL Rooms AC AC3336 Down to Upper level Library Overlook Early Childhood Center St. Helens Bistro Dental Clinic s 1600s 1500s ACADEMIC CENTER (AC) MAIN LEVEL Rooms AC1000 AC1799 Part Time aculty Center Industrial Technology 1-72 (Automotive, Integrated Metals, Machine Tool Technology, elding) uneral Service Education Access to Learning Success Center 1400s Computer Lab To upper level (3000+) Testing Services COLE 1300s Advocate Office Integrated Media Library Entrance Learning Commons (Library) Public Safety & Campus Information la oficina de información Офис информации и общественной безопасности колледжа. IT Information Technology lagpoles ountain 1200s Bookstore Economic and orkforce Development Dean of Student Success Career Planning and Counseling Center VP for SSEM (Student High School Services Community Education 1100s Performing Arts College Theater 2147 SOAR Success & Enrollment Management) Vista Dining Center 2000 Outreach s Jazz Café College Center 1051 Student Government Learning Success Center: Tutoring Services - AC3300 Computer Lab - AC3333 Eastern Oregon University (EOU): AC3308, AC3334, AC3335 and AC3318 LOER LEVEL Rooms AC49 - AC54A (Downstairs in the College Center) CAD Lab Courtyard Courtyard Courtyard Integrated Media & Graphic Design Lab KMHD 2 Radio Planetarium Distance Learning 1303 Main Courtyard Cosmetology Hair Salon Studio Theater 1118 Health and ellness Resource Center lagpoles.mhcc.edu To view more detailed maps visit Catalog Mt. Hood Community college 3 12/11 CA1518

6 getting to mhcc Driving Directions Maywood Park Campus Bruning Center Gresham Campus Directions from the MHCC Gresham Campus: Travel west on I-84 Take the I-205 South/I-205 North exit Merge onto I-205 North Ramp Merge onto I-205 N. Exit at E.Sandy Blvd. Merge onto N.E. Sandy Blvd. Turn right onto N.E. 102nd Ave. Turn right onto N.E. Prescott St. End at N.E. Prescott St. rom Portland: Travel east on I-84 Exit at I-205 North Take E. Sandy Blvd. exit Merge onto N.E. Sandy Blvd. Turn right onto N.E. 102nd Ave. Turn right onto N.E. Prescott St. End at N.E. Prescott St. Directions from the MHCC Gresham Campus: Drive west on S.E. Stark St. Turn left onto S.E. 223rd Ave. Turn right onto S.E. Burnside Rd. Turn left onto N.. Civic Dr. End at 1484 N.. Civic Dr. rom Portland: Travel east on I-84 Take the 181 Ave. exit 13 to Gresham Turn right onto N.E. 181 Ave. Turn left onto E. Burnside St. Turn right onto N.. Civic Dr. End at 1484 N.. Civic Dr. The TriMet MAX train stops at Civic Drive just steps from the Bruning Center. Directions from Vancouver: Travel south on I-205 South to I-84 east Drive east on I-84 to exit 17, Troutdale Turn right onto 257th Ave. at stoplight Continue on 257th through Stark St. MHCC is on the left just south of Stark St. End at 257th / Kane Rd. rom Portland: Drive east on I-84 to exit 17, Troutdale Turn right onto 257th Ave. at stoplight Continue on 257th through Stark St. MHCC is on the left just south of Stark St. End at 257th / Kane Rd. I-5 Portland Maywood Park Campus NE Prescott St. Portland, Oregon Sandy Blvd. I-84 82nd Ave I nd Ave. Sandy Blvd. I-84 Stark St. 181st Ave orksource Portland Metro East SE Stark St. Gresham, Oregon rd Ave Stark St. I th Kane Rd. I-5 Division St. Powell Blvd. I-205 Division St. Gresham Bruning Center for Allied Health Education at MHCC 1484 N Civic Dr. Gresham, Oregon Burnside Rd. Civic Dr. Powell Blvd. Division St. Hood MHCC Gresham Campus SE Stark St. Gresham, Oregon Small Business Development Center 501 N.E. Hood Ave. Gresham, Oregon Mt. Hood Community college Catalog To view more detailed maps visit

7 steps to getting started at mhcc Step 1. Apply for Admission Admissions, Registration and Records office/ Student Services Center; Room AC ; Admission of all students is centralized in the Admissions, Registration and Records office. General Admission Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) has an open-entry general admission policy and welcomes all students who can benefit from instruction regardless of their educational background. Some programs have additional admission requirements. See Limited/Restricted-Entry Programs at the end of Step 1. Initial Enrollment The first step to enroll at MHCC is to complete a Student Admission orm which allows the College to create your student record and give you access to the My MHCC eb portal. The form is available: On the MHCC website at In the lobby of the Student Services Center You may submit the form online or by: fax in-person At the Student Services Center lobby mail mt. Hood Community College admissions, Registration and records Office SE Stark St. gresham, OR Returning Enrollment Students who have not attended MHCC for four terms or more must submit an admission application in order to update student record information. See Step 5 for registration. Underage Students credit coursework Persons under 18 years of age who have not graduated from high school, have not been released from compulsory attendance, or have not obtained a GED (General Educational Development) diploma, must follow special admission procedures to enroll. Students Age 15 and Under Initial Enrollment New students age 15 and under must see the Vice President for Student Success and Enrollment Management prior to initial registration. To make an appointment and obtain the necessary forms, contact the administrative assistant at hen meeting with the vice president, students must bring the following: Letter of request from student Letter of support from high school counselor (or ESD Educational Service District for home-schooled students) addressing the student s maturity and readiness for college experiences MHCC High School Permission form Completed application for Underage Student Admission Checklist form, available through the administrative assistant College Placement Test scores MHCC Admission form This information will be considered in the vice president s decision-making process. The vice president s decision as to whether the student will be allowed to enroll will be final. The vice president will notify the instructor(s) in the division(s) in which the student is taking classes. Returning Enrollment Students will need to obtain an adviser s signature on each registration form before they may register. These returning students do not need to see the vice president for Student Success and Enrollment Management unless the student is not making satisfactory academic progress as defined by the College. Students Age 16 and 17 Initial Enrollment Students who have not graduated from high school or have not been released from compulsory attendance or have not obtained a GED must do the following: Meet with an academic adviser in the Academic Advising and Transfer Center inside the Student Services Center prior to registration in any class Take the College Placement Test if deemed necessary by the adviser Complete the MHCC High School Permission form. This form includes the Release Agreement for Potential Injury and Liability and is valid for 12 months Returning Enrollment These students follow the same guidelines for registration as students 18 years of age and older. See Step 5. Home-Schooled Students Under Age 18 Home-schooled students will follow one of the specific procedures as outlined for Students Age 15 and Under or for Students Age 16 and 17. Students who have been released from compulsory attendance must: Submit the Release from Compulsory Attendance form to the Admissions, Registration and Records office. This form is obtained from the student s resident high school district Note: These students follow the same guidelines for general admission. inancial Aid Eligibility of Underage Students or the purposes of financial aid eligibility, underage students are not defined as college degree-seeking students and are therefore not eligible for aid. Regular students are defined as degree-seeking students. Students concurrently enrolled in high school and MHCC are by federal regulation ineligible for financial aid. If a student is age 16 or older, has been released from compulsory high school attendance and has completed a GED, they may be eligible for financial aid. The inancial Aid office will make the final determination of aid eligibility status based on documentation provided by the student. Under-Age Students non-credit coursework Any student under the age of 18 may take Community Education classes, regardless of age, without special approval of MHCC staff. However, their parent or guardian must sign an MHCC Release Agreement for Potential Injury or Liability form. This form is available in the Admissions, Registration and Records office, the Academic Advising and Transfer Center, and the website. This form will be kept on file in the Admissions, Registration and Records office and is valid for 12 months..mhcc.edu Catalog Mt. Hood Community college 5

8 becoming a student at mhcc STEPS TO GETTING STARTED AT MHCC International Students To be considered for admission to MHCC, international students must submit the following to the Admissions, Registration and Records office: An International Student Application, MHCC Student Admission form and the non-refundable application fee inancial Statement, Affidavit of Support and official supporting financial documents (such as a bank statement), see www. mhcc.edu/international Documentation of measles vaccination and tuberculosis testing Photocopies of the passport ID (identification) page Proof of English proficiency in one of the following ways: - Submit an official TOEL (Test of English as a oreign Language) score of at least 450 (paper-based test) or 133 (computer-based test) - Attendance at an American high school for at least one year with a 2.00 grade point average (GPA) and placement into ENL (English as a Non-Native Language) classes or above on the MHCC College Placement Test (CPT) - Successful completion of an English language program with a minimum GPA of Transfer students from an accredited U.S. college or university that have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours with a minimum GPA of 2.00 Students transferring from another U.S. institution must submit a transfer clearance form from the current school, a copy of their I-20, and official transcripts All international students holding an -1 visa must provide proof of health and accident insurance before being enrolled at MHCC Co-Admission Mt. Hood Community College and Portland State University, Eastern Oregon University, Marylhurst University and Oregon Institute of Technology Through a special admission process, students can be admitted to select transfer institutions as they pursue their freshman and sophomore years at MHCC. Co-admitted students enjoy: One application for co-admission Academic advising from both institutions Library privileges at both institutions Coordinated financial aid and scholarships Applications and information are available on the MHCC website at Limited or Restricted Entry Programs Some of our programs have enrollment limits and/or other requirements before a student may register. The entry type of each program is listed at the top of each program description section. These programs require special application procedures. Limited-Entry Programs Limited-entry programs generally begin once a year in the fall term. Applicants are admitted on a space available basis after academic criteria has been met. Application packets for these programs are available on the MHCC website at Restricted-Entry Programs Applicants for restricted-entry programs must complete the admission application procedures and satisfy program criteria by the stated deadline before being considered for acceptance into the program. Only completed packets meeting minimum criteria will be considered. The submission of an application packet does not guarantee that the applicant has satisfied minimum criteria. The Admissions, Registration and Records office will notify applicants of their status within 30 days after the completion of the selection process. In addition, each restricted-entry program has a non-refundable application fee due at the time of application. Application packets for these programs are available on the MHCC website at or further information see the Academic Information section on page 215 or see High School Diploma Applicants for the High School Diploma (HSD) must be at least 18 years of age, unless they are referred by their district high school and are released from compulsory public/private attendance. If exempt from compulsory attendance, the student must present a release form from their high school. Students must read the orientation packet and complete all required forms, take the College Placement Test and submit their high school transcript. Students must meet MHCC s reading, writing and mathematics competency requirements prior to receiving a diploma. Competency will be demonstrated by placement in RD115 or completion of RD090 with a passing grade; placement in MTH060 or completion of MTH020 with a passing grade; placement in R115 or R101 or completion of R090 with a passing grade. To request an orientation, or for additional information, please call Step 2. Arrange inancial Aid inancial Aid; Room AC ; The inancial Aid office at MHCC helps students apply for and receive all major types of Title IV federal and State of Oregon financial aid, including grants, work study, loans and scholarships. Additional information regarding the specific types of grants, work study, loans and scholarships are described on page 27. The inancial Aid office provides materials, resources and helpful staff to guide students through the application process. General Eligibility Requirements To be eligible for aid, applicants must: Be at least 16 years old Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen Have earned a high school diploma, its equivalent or a GED Be in pursuit of a degree or certificate in an eligible program(at least 36 credits and at least six months in length) listed in this catalog Be registered with the Selective Service if they are male and at least 18 years old How to Apply irst time financial aid applicants: Online: Personal Identification Numbers (PIN) must be requested and received before filing electronically. If the PIN is not supplied at the time of electronic filing, the information can be saved while waiting for the PIN or a physical signature page must be printed, signed and submitted by regular mail. or Paper: complete a PD ASA (ree Application for ederal Student Aid). orms for this option are available at Previous inancial Aid Recipients: Students will usually receive a Renewal Application by mail sometime before Jan. 1 of each year. Online renewal forms are available by logging onto the website using a PIN number. To ensure that the ASA results are sent to all colleges desired, the applicant must enter school codes or complete addresses for prospective colleges. The MHCC school code is Mt. Hood Community college Catalog mhcc.edu

9 STEPS TO GETTING STARTED AT MHCC becoming a student at mhcc Conditions for Awards The following three items are the key conditions reviewed when awarding financial aid: 1. The size of the Expected amily Contribution (EC). The ASA information is used to calculate this number. This number is used to determine eligibility for most types of financial aid. 2. The budget of the student while in college 3. Availability of the types of aid Application Verification All schools and colleges must verify some of the data of ASA applications. Examples of verification materials required are: Tax transcript from the IRS for some ASA submitters, family s proof of untaxed agency income or benefits (Social Security, TAN, subsidized housing, etc.). Students who want to use credits from other colleges to satisfy requirements or prerequisites for requirements for an MHCC degree will need to submit prior official transcripts to the College s Admissions Registration and Records office. At the time of evaluation, those credits will become part of the total credits used to determine further eligibility for financial aid under the Quantitative Measures Standards of Progress federal regulations. inancial Aid Disbursement After the student is awarded financial aid, it is posted to their account and will be used directly to pay their tuition and fees. Any remaining aid will be disbursed by the preference selected when the student activates their MHCC Mountain Card. This refund can be used to buy books, pay for room and board, transportation and miscellaneous supplies and personal items after the add/drop period. Step 3. Visit Testing Services Testing Services; Room AC ; To be properly placed into classes, new students must take a College Placement Test (CPT). This test, which covers reading, writing and math, helps assess students academic readiness and will help them choose classes that fit their present skill levels. Students may not have to take the placement test if: They have transcripted college coursework in reading, writing and/or math. Students should bring a copy of their transcript to the Academic Advising and Transfer Center for assistance They have taken a college placement test (COMPASS, ASSET or Accuplacer) at another college within the last 24 months. Students should bring a copy of their score reports to Testing Services to have their scores evaluated. Students may be asked to take only the math part of the CPT at MHCC. They are taking any class that carries a proficiency level of Proficiency Recommended. The proficiency levels can be found for each class at the end of individual class descriptions. or further information on proficiency levels, visit Step 4. Attend a orkshop Academic Advising and Transfer Center; Room AC ; New Students orkshops are held for new students* at a variety of times. In the workshop, you will learn how to plan your schedule, use the MHCC website and learn how to register for classes. Please bring your CPT (College Placement Test) results and MyMHCC (computer portal) ID and password with you. Reserve a seat in the workshop online at advising/workshopregistration.asp. *Transfer Students Students transferring to MHCC from another college must bring college transcripts if they have completed English composition and a math class, both with a grade of C or higher to the Academic Advising and Transfer Center or fax to so the CPT may be waived. or further information, please contact the Academic Advising and Transfer Center. You may also questions to Continuing Students Continuing students who have declared a major should seek information and assistance primarily from their faculty adviser, but the Academic Advising and Transfer Center can also be an academic resource for any student. Students should meet with their faculty adviser frequently to make sure they are on track toward meeting their educational goals. Contact information for faculty advisers is available at and on specific program pages of this catalog. Step 5. Register for Classes Admissions, Registration and Records Office/ Student Services Center; Room AC ; Registration for classes is available for currently enrolled, returning and new students via the eb and in person, as explained on the MHCC website. Mail-in registration is accepted for Community Education classes only. The quarterly schedule of classes is available on the MHCC website at Please use the following checklist to review required steps prior to registration: New students and students who have not attended MHCC for one year or more must complete the Student Admission form (see step 1) All students must take the College Placement Test (CPT) if taking any class that carries a proficiency level of Proficiency Required. The proficiency levels can be found for each class at the end of individual course descriptions. or further information regarding proficiency levels, visit or Students transferring to MHCC from another college, please see Transfer Students in Step 4 Students should complete an education plan by meeting with an adviser in the Academic Advising and Transfer Center or a faculty adviser Review a eb schedule of classes available at edu/schedule, to select classes Proceed to register via eb or in person. Mail-in registration is available for Community Education classes only. Registration assistance is available in the Academic Advising and Transfer Center or in the Admissions, Registration and Records office. or an interactive online eb registration demo, visit To register via the eb, students will need to know their user name (MHCC ID number) and password (their six-digit birth date until they change it after logging in for the first time). Students also need to make arrangements to pay tuition and fees with the Cashier s office, or pay online via the MyMHCC portal..mhcc.edu Catalog Mt. Hood Community college 7

10 becoming a student at mhcc STEPS TO GETTING STARTED AT MHCC Please see the Academic Information section on page 215 for important registration information regarding adding, dropping, refund dates, withdrawal from school, waiting lists, attendance and no-show drop policy. MHCC provides every student with an account after enrollment in classes. Students can find their address by following the instructions on the My MHCC computer portal at correspondence is the College s preferred means of official communication with all students. Step 6. Arrange Transportation The College s parking policy is under review for or the latest information, please visit TriMet passes are available for purchase at the Campus Bookstore. or information on cycling resources at MHCC, including location of bike racks and a link to the Bike Transportation Alliance, visit Step 7. Pay for Classes Business Office Student Billing Accounts Receivable; Room AC2253; or College Tuition/ee The MHCC District Board of Education sets tuition and fee rates and reserves the right to make changes without notice. The amount of tuition is determined by residency and by the number of credit hours. Some classes require an additional course fee. There may be other types of fees assessed as well. A full description of tuition and fees are listed on the eb. Payment Due Date Payment for all tuition and fees is due on or before the published due date, usually the first day of the term. All charges must be paid in full before registering for another term. Payment Options The College has four options available for payment. No other payment arrangements are available. 1. Pay all tuition and fees by the first day of the term If a student registers after the term begins, payment is due the day of registration. This includes classes added from wait lists. 2. Student Installment Payment Note Eligible students may enroll in a deferred payment plan. After a down payment, students may defer paying the balance of their charges in installments. Eligibility, due dates and instructions are available at 3. Veterans Deferred Payment Note Students with veteran s certificate of eligibility may use the Veterans Deferred Payment Note. Veterans should contact Veterans Services located in AC54A in the lower level of the College Center. Eligibility, due dates and instructions are available at 4. inancial Aid/Scholarship If financial aid is not available by the first day of the term or does not completely cover tuition, select option 1 or 2 in the preceding text. If a balance remains on a student account past the due date, the account is subject to late fees and collection costs. 5. Agency or Company Arrangements for payment by an agency or company must be pre-approved by the College. The student is responsible to ensure that a payment authorization is on file in the College s Accounts Receivable department by the first day of the term. Ultimately the student is responsible for payment of all unpaid charges, including late fees and third party service fees. Payment Types All payments must be made in U.S. funds. Acceptable payment types include: cash, money order, check, e-check (electronic check), American Express, Discover, MasterCard and VISA. College services paid by check will be provided five business days after payment occurs. An example of services include GED testing and other testing services, but does not apply to tuition payment. Student inancial Responsibility By enrolling or having enrolled as a student at MHCC, students agree to be responsible for all charges on their student account and abide by the student account practices and policies. Students will be held accountable for understanding the practices and policies of College billing and collections. Detailed descriptions are provided on pages of this catalog. They include: Billing and Collection Rights Past Due Accounts and Responsibilities Collections Student Account Statements Types of ees Definition of Terms Refunds This information is also available: On the MHCC website, Step 8. Get to Know MHCC Learn about MHCC s academic programs and campus resources such as the Learning Success Center (www.mhcc.edu/lsc) by attending the New Student Orientation Program (prior to fall term only) or schedule a campus tour at or more information closer to fall term, visit orientation. Call or to speak to an orientation staff member. Tutoring and Assistance If students have difficulties with their academic work, they shouldn t delay asking for help. The Learning Success Center (LSC) provides a wide array of services, including tutoring, a computer skills lab and learning strategies workshops. The LSC is located above the library on the Gresham Campus. Online tutoring is also available. or information, call or visit us online at Students are encouraged to utilize their instructors office hours for assistance and to ask questions about their courses. Step 9. Buy Your Books You can find your required textbooks online at or visit the MHCC Bookstore at the Gresham Campus. or further information, please call Step 10. Get MHCC Activity Card Stop by the Gresham Campus library or the College Center to have your MHCC Activity Card made. or further information, visit call to speak with a library staff member or call to speak to a College Center staff member. Step 11. Manage Class Registration Students are responsible for their attendance in classes for which they are enrolled. Non-attendance is not a basis for refund or non-payment of tuition. or more information, visit 8 Mt. Hood Community college Catalog mhcc.edu

11 STEPS TO GETTING STARTED AT MHCC becoming a student at mhcc Если Вы желаете посещать классы изучения английского языка, по программе ESL (English Second Language), Вам необходимо: 1. Записаться на прием для тестирования Вашего уровня английского языка по тел В назначенное время сдать тест. 3. Явиться на ориентацию для получения результатов теста. 4. Начать посещение классов и внести плату за обучение в течении первых 2-х недель. Стоимость обучения - от $15 до $30 за один класс. За прохождение классов программы ESL Вы не получаете зачетных баллов. Также, если вы имеете соответствующие льготы, Вам может быть предоставлено бесплатное обучение. Если Вы начали посещать классы, но не можете продолжить обучение, Вам необходимо обратиться в Студенческую Службу (Student Services) для отмены взятых классов. В противном случае Вы должны будете оплатить полную стоимость обучения. Muốn học thêm tiếng Anh, bạn cần phải tuần tự làm những điều sau đây: 1. Gọi số điện thoại để lấy hẹn thi xếp lớp. 2. Thi xếp lớp 3. Tham dự một buổi hướng dẫn tin tức 4. Bắt đầu đi học. Hạn chót để trả học phí là tuần lễ thứ hai của học kỳ. Đây là một lớp học không có tín chỉ. Tùy theo từng lớp học, học phí của mỗi lớp là từ 15 đến 30 đô-la. Ai có đủ điều kiện sẽ được miễn học phí. Nếu muốn bỏ không học nữa, bạn cần phải làm thủ tục bỏ lớp ở Student Services đúng thời hạn. Nếu không, bạn vẫn phải trả tiền học dù không đến lớp học. Las personas interesadas en el aprendizaje de inglés como segunda lengua (ESL) deben seguir los siguientes pasos: 1. Hacer una cita para el examen de ubicación al teléfono Presentar el examen de ubicación. 3. Asistir a una orientación. 4. Asistir a clases. El costo varia de $15 a $30 dólares por trimestre. Hay asistencia de pago para quienes califiquen. El vencimiento de pago es antes de la tercera semana de clases. Una vez registrado, si no asiste a las clases, el estudiante es responsable de cancelar sus clases en la oficina de Servicio para el Estudiante, salón numero 2253, de lo contrario su cuenta sufrirá cargos..mhcc.edu Catalog Mt. Hood Community college 9

12 degrees and general education Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree (AAOT) orksheet This degree will allow students to transfer with junior standing for registration purposes, meet lower division general education requirements and complete some or all lower-division major requirements for a selected four-year degree at all Oregon University System schools. The AAOT does not guarantee admission into a student's chosen four-year degree program. our-year institution class standing and GPA requirements also are not satisfied by an AAOT degree. Mathematics 1 course in college-level mathematics (Course must have a prerequisite of MTH095 or higher.) credits: Humanities 3 courses from at least 2 disciplines, only 2 courses may be skill-based courses credits: credits: credits: OUNDATIONAL REQUIREMENTS riting A minimum 8 credits in writing* credits: credits: * Information literacy is included in R121 Note: Students who began the writing sequence before summer 2010 with 3 credit hour courses must complete R121, R122 and either R123 or R227. Social Science 4 courses from at least 2 disciplines Oral Communication 1 course in the fundamentals of speech or communication DISTRIBUTION AREAS Each course must be at least 3 credits credits: credits: credits: credits: credits: Science/Mathmatics/ Computer Science 4 courses from at least 2 disciplines, including 3 laboratory courses in biological and/or physical science credits: credits: credits: credits: HPE 1 or more courses totaling 3 or more credits credits: credits: credits: Cultural Literacy 1 course from any distribution area that is designated as cultural literacy Electives Complete electives to reach a total of 90 degree credits. Up to 12 credits of careertechnical courses numbered 100 or above may be elective credit - see page 218. Complete a minimum of 90 credits. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the time the degree is awarded. See page 221 for additional institutional degree requirements. Mathematics One course in college-level mathematics. MTH105 Intro - Contemporary Mathematics MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH212 undamentals of Elem Math II MTH213 undamentals of Elem Math III MTH243 Probability and Statistics I MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra riting A minimum of eight credits. Beginning summer 2010, student taking writing classes of four credit hours each must take R121 and either R122 or R227. R121 English Composition R122 English Comp: Critical Thinking R123 English Composition: Research R227 Technical Report riting Oral Communication One course in the fundamentals of speech or communication. SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication SP218 Interpersonal Communication Health/PHYSICAL EDUCATION A minimum of three credit hours in Physical Education and/or in Health Education (HE/HPE). Two credit hours of PE185 may be granted toward an Associate degree at MHCC for completion of military basic training. A copy of the DD214 form is required. HEALTH HE152 Drug Education HE202 HE204 HE205 HE207 HE208 Adult Development and Aging Diet and eight Control Diet Appraisal Stress Control-Activity Intervention HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections Men's Health Issues Introduction to Holistic Health Care Personal Health irst Aid: Responding to Emerg Alcohol and the amily CPR - Cardiopulmonary Res omen's Health Issues HE213 HE240 HE250 HE252 HE255 HE261 HE265 HPE285OL ilderness Survival HPE291 Lifeguard Training HPE295 Health and itness for Life PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE185_ PE Activity courses PE285OH Adventure Education PE285RKC Interm Rock Climbing: Expedition Prep PE285TA Introduction to ater orts PE285TB Intermediate ater orts PE292ST ater Safety Instruction DISTRIBUTION Humanities Humanities (Arts and Letters): Three courses chosen from at least two disciplines. Only two courses of skill-oriented classes can be used to meet humanities requirements. NOTE: In Arts and Letters, a second year of a foreign language may be included, but not the first year. Skill-based courses, noted as. Cultural Literacy hen making distribution selections, one course chosen from any of the discipline studies must be designated as cultural literacy, noted as ². ART ART115 Basic Design I: 2-Dimensional ART116 Basic Design II: Color Theory ART117 Basic Design III: 3-Dimensional ART204, 205, 206 History of estern Art 10 Mt. Hood Community college Catalog mhcc.edu

13 ASSOCIATE O ARTS OREGON TRANSER (AAOT) COURSES ART211 Survey of Visual Arts ² ART215P Survey Visual Arts: Photography ART225, 226, 227 Digital Art ART231, 232, 233 Drawing ART234 Life Drawing I ART240, 241 Drawing Cartooning ART254, 255, 256 Ceramicss ART257, 258, 259 Jewelry/Metalsmithing ART260 Digital Photography and Imaging ART261 Photography I ART262 Photography II ART263 ield Photography ART264 Portrait Photography ART266 Color Photography oundations ART271, 272, 273 Printmaking ART281 Painting I ART288 Sculpture: Ceramic ART289 Sculpture: Metalcasting ART291 Sculpture I ART292 Sculpture II ART293 Sculpture III ART294, 296 atercolor LITERATURE ENG104 Intro to Literature: iction ENG105 Intro to Literature: Drama ENG106 Intro to Literature: Poetry ENG107, 108, 109 orld Literature ² ENG112 Intro to Literary Genres: Science iction ENG113 Intro to Literary Genres: antasy Literature ENG201, 202 Shakespeare: ENG204, 205 British Literature ² ENG212 Hispanic Literature ENG214 Asian-American Literature ENG218 Arthurian Legends ENG222 omen's Literature ² ENG250 Introduction to Mythology ENG253, 254 Survey of American Literature ² ENG254 Survey of American Literature II ² ENG274 ilm Genre: Documentary ENG275 The Bible as Literature ² A257 ilms and Society ² A258 Understanding the ilm ² A264 omen Making Movies ² A266 The Great ilm Directors ² A268 ilm and Literature: Adaptation ² HUMANITIES HUM105 Italian Life and Culture ² HUM106 British Life and Culture ² HUM110 Contemporary Culture I: Human Values ² HUM111 Contemporary Culture II: Changing Values HUM112 Contemporary Culture III: uture Trends HUM202 Age of Technology: Ethics in the orkplace HUM210, 210C ecial Studies - Humanities LANGUAGES ASL201, 202, 203 Second-Year American Sign Language I R201, 202, 203 Second-Year rench ² GER201, 202, 203 Second-Year German ² ITAL201, 202, 203 Second-Year Italian ² JPN201, 202, 203 Second-Year Japanese ² JPN260 Introduction to Japanese Culture ² RUS201, 202, 203 Second-Year Russian ² SPAN201, 202, 203 Second-Year anish ² MUSIC MUS101 Music undamentals MUS105 Music Appreciation/ for the Listener MUS111, 112, 113 Music Theory MUS124, 125, 126 Stage Band Arranging MUS211, 212, 213 Music Theory ² MUS261, 262, 263 Music History ² PHILOSOPHY PHL191 Language and Layout of Argument PHL201 Introduction to Philosophy ² PHL202 undamental Ethics ² PHL208 Political Philosophy ² RELIGION R210 orld Religions ² R211 History of the Old Testament ² R212 History of the New Testament ² READING RD117 Critical Reading ² SPEECH SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication ² SP130 Business and Professional eech SP218 Interpersonal Communication SP229 Oral Interpretation SP262 Voice and Articulation THEATRE TA101 Appreciating Theatre TA106, 107 Theatre History ² TA141, 142, 143 Acting undamentals TA241 Interm Acting Techniques: Styles RITING R240 Creative riting: Non-fiction R241 Creative riting: iction I R242 Creative riting: Poetry I R244 Creative riting: Poetry II R245 R248 Creative riting: iction II Strategies or Revision: Advanced Professional riting Social Science our courses chosen from at least two disciplines. ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH101 Intro to Biological Anthropology ANTH102 Introduction to Archaeology and orld Prehistory ² ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology ² ANTH180 Language and Culture ² ANTH211 Anthropology ield Methods ANTH215 Intro to Greek Archaeology ANTH231 Indian Cultures of the Pacific N ² ANTH232 North American Indians ² ECONOMICS EC115 Introduction to Economics EC201 Principles of Economics I (Micro) EC202 Principles of Economics II (Macro) GEOGRAPHY GEOG105 Intro to Physical Geography GEOG106 Intro to orld Regional Geography ² GEOG107 Intro to Cultural Geography ² GEOG202 Geography of Europe ² GEOG206 Geography of Oregon ² GEOG209 Geography of the Middle East and North Africa ² GEOG214 Geography of Mexico and Central America ² GEOG290 Environmental Problems and Restoration HISTORY HST101, 102, 103 estern Civilization ² HST104 History of the Middle East (Eastern Civilization) ² HST110, 111, 112 orld History ² HST195 History of Vietnam ar ² HST201, 202, 203 U.S. History HST204 omen in U.S. History ² HST211 Introduction to Peace Studies HST212 Peace Studies: Nonviolent Political Theory HST213 Peace Studies: orld Order Theory HST225 omen in orld History ² HST237 America in the 1960s HST264 African American History ² HST270 History of Mexico ² HST271 History of Central America ² HST292 China: Past and Present HST293 Japan: Past and Present HST294 History of Ancient Greece INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INTL101 Intro to International Studies ² INTL210 Comparative Culture ² JOURNALISM J211 Intro to Mass Communications POLITICAL SCIENCE PS200 Intro to Political Science PS201 American Government PS203 State and Local Governments PS204 Intro to Comparative Politics PS205 International Relations ² PS209 Problems in American Politics PS215 Global Issues PS217 Intro to Public Land Management: The Politics of Recreation PS225 Political Ideology: Ideas About Government PS241 Intro to Political Terrorism PS297 Intro to Environmental Politics PSYCHOLOGY PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations PSY151 Intro to the Social Sciences PSY201, 202 General Psychology PSY214 Introduction to Personality ² PSY216 Social Psychology PSY231 Human Sexuality PSY232 Sexuality and Society ² PSY235 Human Dev I: Infancy-Adolescence PSY236 Human Dev II: Adolescence through Aging PSY237 Human Development PSY239 Intro to Abnormal Psychology SOCIOLOGY SOC204 Gen Sociology: Principles of Sociology SOC205 General Sociology: Social Institutions SOC206 General Sociology: Social Problems SOC213 Race Relations in the U.S. ² SOC214 Social Problems: Introduction to U.S. Culture and Society ² SOC215 Gender and Society ² SOC216 Sociology of the amily SOC223 Sociology of Aging SOC225 Social Issues OMEN S STUDIES S101 Introduction to omen's Studies ² Science/Mathematics/ Computer Science our courses chosen from at least two disciplines, including at least three laboratory courses in biological or physical science. Lab courses noted as. BIOLOGY BI101 Gen Biology I: Introduction to Cellular Biology BI101A Gen Biology I: Survey of Cellular Biology BI101B Gen Biology I: Plagues, Parasites and Pandemics BI102 General Biology II: Intro to Molecular Biology and Genetics BI102A General Biology II: Survey of Molecular Life and Genetics BI102B Gen Biology II: Medical Genetics BI103 Gen Biology III BI103A Gen Biology III: Survey of Ecology and Evolution BI103B Gen Biology III: Animal Behavior BI103C Gen Biology III: Botany of the N BI103D Gen Biology III: N orest Ecology BI103E Gen Biology III: Ecology of Tropics BI110 Introduction to Biomanufacturing BI121, 122 Essentls of Human Anatomy & Phys BI132 Introduction to Animal Behavior BI211, 212, 213 Principles of Biology BI231, 232, 233 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BI234 Microbiology BIOINORMATICS BIN290 Introduction to Bioinformatics CHEMISTRY CH103 Chemistry for Allied Health CH104, 105, 106 General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry CH151 Basic Chemistry CH170 Environmental Chemistry CH221, 222, 223 General Chemistry CH241, 242, 243 Organic Chemistry COMPUTER SCIENCE CS160 Computer Science Orientation CS161, 162 Computer Science ENGINEERING ENGR211 Statics ENGR212 Dynamics ENGR213 Strength of Materials GE101 Engineering Orientation GE102 Engineering Computations GE115 Engineering Graphics ORESTRY 240 Natural Resources Ecology NUTRITION N225 Nutrition ISH AND ILDLIE 251 Prin of ildlife Conservation 252 Mammals: Biology and Techniques ield Ornithology Aquatic ildlife: Biology and Techniques GEOLOGY G148 Volcanoes and Their Activity G165 Regional ield Geology G201, 202, 203 Principles of Physical Geology GENERAL SCIENCE GS104 Physical Science - Physics GS105 Physical Science - Chemistry GS106 Physical Science: Geology GS153 Introduction to Cosmology MATHEMATICS MTH105 Intro - Contemporary Mathematics MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH212, 213 undamentals of Elem Math MTH243 Probability and Statistics I MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra PHYSICS PH104 Descriptive Astronomy PH109C Observational Astronomy PH121, 122, 123 General Astronomy PH127 Preparing for General Physics PH201, 202, 203 General Physics I PH211, 212, 213 Gen Physics with Calculus Lab Courses Skill-Based Courses ² Cultural Literacy Courses.mhcc.edu Catalog Mt. 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14 degrees and general education Associate of Science Oregon Transfer - Business (ASOT-Business) This degree will allow students to transfer with junior standing for registration purposes, meet lower division general education requirements and complete some or all lower-division major requirements for a selected four-year degree at all Oregon University System schools. It is designed for students intending to major in business. The ASOT-Business does not gurantee admission into a student's chosen four-year degree program. our-year institution class standing and GPA requirements also are not satisfied by an ASOT degree. Mathematics 3 courses in college-level mathematics, including 1 course in statistics credits: credits: credits: Humanities 3 courses from at least 2 disciplines. Only 2 courses may be skill-based courses credits: credits: credits: OUNDATIONAL REQUIREMENTS riting A minimum 8 credits in writing* credits: credits: *Information literacy is included in R121. Oral Communication 1 course in the fundamentals of speech or communication. credits: Social Science 4 courses from at least 2 disciplines, including a minimum of 2 courses in "Principles of Economics" at the 200 level credits: Computer Applications Proficiency in wordprocessing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software as demonstrated by successful completion of applicable courses DISTRIBUTION AREAS Each course must be at least 3 credits credits: credits: credits: credits: credits: credits: Science/Mathmatics/ Computer Science 4 courses from at least 2 disciplines, including 3 laboratory courses in biological and/or physical science credits: credits: credits: credits: Business ecific Requirements BA101 credits: 4 BA211 credits: 4 BA212 credits: 3 BA213 credits: 4 BA226 credits: 4 Cultural Literacy 1 course from any distribution area that is designed as cultural literacy Electives - Complete electives to reach a total of 90 degree credits. Up to 12 credits of career-technical courses numbered 100 or above may be elective credit - see page 218. Complete a minimum of 90 credits. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the time the degree is awarded. See page 221 for additional institutional degree requirements. UNIVERSITY SPECIIC Eastern Oregon University Prerequisites R227 Technical Report riting; BA226 Business Law I. Oregon Institute of Technology Prerequisites BA226 Business Law I. Recommendations PSY201 Psychology; BUS215 Principles of Management; BA223 Principles of Marketing. Oregon State University Prerequisites BA276 Intro to Statistical Inference, BA302 Business Process Management; BA260 Introduction to Entrepreneurship; MTH241 Calculus for Biological/ Management/Social Sciences; MTH245 Math for Biological/Management/Social Sciences; BA226 Business Law I. Recommendations PSY201 Psychology; BUS215 Principles of Management; BA223 Principles of Marketing. Portland State University Prerequisites CS106 Computing undamentals II; BA205 Business Communications Using Technology; STAT244 Introduction to Probablity and Statistics II; COMM220 Public eaking. Southern Oregon University Prerequisites BA226 Business Law I; BA282 Applied Business Statistics. University of Oregon Prerequisites BA240 Managing Business Information; MTH241 MTH242 Calculus for Business and Social Science I, II; MTH243 (and MTH244 if required for UO equivalency, please consult an adviser); Multicultural requirement. estern Oregon University Prerequisites BA226 Business Law I. Mathematics A minimum of three courses, including one course in statistics. MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH212 undamentals of Elem Math II MTH213 undamentals of Elem Math III MTH243 Probability and Statistics I MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra riting A minimum of 8 credits. Students taking writing courses of four credits each must take R121 and either R122 and R227. Students who began the writing sequence before summer 2010 with 3-credit courses must complete R121, R122 and R227. Information literacy will be included in the writing requirement. R121 English Composition R122 English Comp: Critical Thinking R227 Technical Report riting Oral Communication One course in the fundamentals of speech. SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication SP218 Interpersonal Communication Computer Applications Proficiency in word-processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software as demonstrated by successful completion of applicable courses 12 Mt. Hood Community college Catalog mhcc.edu

15 ASSOCIATE O SCIENCE OREGON TRANSER - BUSINESS (ASOT) Distribution: Cultural literacy: Students must select one course from any of the discipline studies that is designated as meeting the statewide criteria for cultural literacy, noted as ². Humanities Humanities (Arts and Letters): Three courses chosen from at least two disciplines. Skill-based courses noted as. ART ART115 Basic Design I: 2-Dimensional ART116 Basic Design II: Color Theory ART117 Basic Design III: 3-Dimensional ART204, 205, 206 History of estern Art ART211 Survey of Visual Arts ² ART215P Survey Visual Arts: Photography ART225, 226, 227 Digital Art ART231, 232, 233 Drawing ART234 Life Drawing I ART240, 241 Drawing - Cartooning ART254, 255, 256 Ceramics ART257, 258, 259 Jewelry/Metalsmithing ART260 Digital Photography and Imaging ART261 Photography I ART262 Photography II ART263 ield Photography ART264 Portrait Photography ART266 Color Photography oundations ART271, 272, 273 Printmaking ART281 Painting I ART288 Sculpture: Ceramic ART289 Sculpture: Metalcasting ART291 Sculpture I ART292 Sculpture II ART293 Sculpture III ART294, 296 atercolor LITERATURE ENG104 Intro to Literature: iction ENG105 Intro to Literature: Drama ENG106 Intro to Literature: Poetry ENG107, 108, 109 orld Literature ² ENG112 Intro to Literary Genres: Science iction ENG113 Intro to Literary Genres: antasy Literature ENG201, 202 Shakespeare: ENG204, 205 British Literature ² ENG212 Hispanic Literature ENG214 Asian-American Literature ENG218 Arthurian Legends ENG222 omen's Literature ² ENG250 Introduction to Mythology ENG253, 254 Survey of American Literature ² ENG254 Survey of American Literature II ENG274 ilm Genre: Documentary ENG275 The Bible as Literature ² A257 ilms and Society ² A258 Understanding the ilm ² A264 omen Making Movies ² A266 The Great ilm Directors ² A268 ilm and Literature: Adaptation ² HUMANITIES HUM105 Italian Life and Culture ² HUM106 British Life and Culture ² HUM110 Contemporary Culture I: Human Values ² HUM111 Contemporary Culture II: Changing Values HUM112 Contemporary Culture III: uture Trends HUM202 Age of Technology: Ethics in the orkplace HUM210, 210C ecial Studies - Humanities LANGUAGES ASL201, 202, 203 Second-Year American Sign Language I R201, 202, 203 Second-Year rench ² GER201, 202, 203 Second-Year German ² ITAL201, 202, 203 Second-Year Italian ² JPN201, 202, 203 Second-Year Japanese ² JPN260 Introduction to Japanese Culture ² RUS201, 202, 203 Second-Year Russian ² SPAN201, 202, 203 Second-Year anish ² MUSIC MUS101 Music undamentals MUS105 Music Appreciation/for the Listener MUS111, 112, 113 Music Theory MUS124, 125, 126 Stage Band Arranging ² MUS211, 212, 213 Music Theory ² MUS Music History ² PHILOSOPHY PHL191 Language and Layout of Argument PHL201 Introduction to Philosophy ² PHL202 undamental Ethics ² PHL208 Political Philosophy ² RELIGION R210 orld Religions ² R211 History of the Old Testament ² R212 History of the New Testament ² READING RD117 Critical Reading ² SPEECH SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication ² SP130 Business and Professional eech SP218 Interpersonal Communication SP229 Oral Interpretation SP262 Voice and Articulation THEATRE TA101 Appreciating Theatre TA106, 107 Theatre History ² TA141, 142, 143 Acting undamentals TA241 Interm Acting Techniques: Styles RITING R240 Creative riting: Non-fiction R241 Creative riting: iction I R242 Creative riting: Poetry I R244 Creative riting: Poetry II R245 Creative riting: iction II R248 Strategies or Revision: Advanced Professional riting Social Science our courses chosen from two or more disciplines, with a minimum of two courses in Principles of Economics (to include microeconomics and macroeconomics) at the 200 level. ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH101 Intro to Biological Anthropology ANTH102 Introduction to Archaeology and orld Prehistory ² ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology ² ANTH180 Language and Culture ² ANTH211 Anthropology ield Methods ANTH215 Intro to Greek Archaeology ANTH231 Indian Cultures of the Pacific N ² ANTH232 North American Indians ² ECONOMICS EC115 Introduction to Economics EC201 Principles of Economics I (Micro) EC202 Principles of Economics II (Macro) GEOGRAPHY GEOG105 Intro to Physical Geography GEOG106 Intro to orld Regional Geography ² GEOG107 Intro to Cultural Geography ² GEOG202 Geography of Europe ² GEOG206 Geography of Oregon ² GEOG209 Geography of the Middle East and North Africa ² GEOG214 Geography of Mexico and Central America ² GEOG290 Environmental Problems and Restoration HISTORY HST101, 102, 103 estern Civilization ² HST104 History of the Middle East (Eastern Civilization) ² HST110, 111, 112 orld History ² HST195 History of Vietnam ar ² HST201, 202, 203 U.S. History HST204 omen in U.S. History ² HST211 Introduction to Peace Studies HST212 Peace Studies: Nonviolent Political Theory HST213 Peace Studies: orld Order Theory HST225 omen in orld History ² HST237 America in the 1960s HST264 African American History ² HST270 History of Mexico ² HST271 History of Central America ² HST292 China: Past and Present HST293 Japan: Past and Present HST294 History of Ancient Greece INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INTL101 Intro to International Studies ² INTL210 Comparative Culture ² JOURNALISM J211 Intro to Mass Communications POLITICAL SCIENCE PS200 Intro to Political Science PS201 American Government PS203 State and Local Governments PS204 Intro to Comparative Politics PS205 International Relations ² PS209 Problems in American Politics PS215 Global Issues PS217 Intro to Public Land Management: The Politics of Recreation PS225 Political Ideology: Ideas About Government PS241 Intro to Political Terrorism PS297 Intro to Environmental Politics PSYCHOLOGY PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations PSY151 Intro to the Social Sciences PSY201, 202 General Psychology PSY214 Introduction to Personality ² PSY216 Social Psychology PSY231 Human Sexuality PSY232 Sexuality and Society ² PSY235 Human Dev I: Infancy-Adolescence PSY236 Human Dev II: Adolescence through Aging PSY237 Human Development PSY239 Intro to Abnormal Psychology SOCIOLOGY SOC204 Gen Sociology: Principles of Sociology SOC205 General Sociology: Social Institutions SOC206 General Sociology: Social Problems SOC213 Race Relations in the U.S. ² SOC214 Social Problems: Introduction to U.S. Culture and Society ² SOC215 Gender and Society ² SOC216 Sociology of the amily SOC223 Sociology of Aging SOC225 Social Issues OMEN S STUDIES S101 Introduction to omen's Studies² Science/Mathematics/ Computer Science our courses chosen from at least two disciplines, including at least three laboratory courses in biological or physical science. Lab courses noted as. BIOLOGY BI101 Gen Biology I: Introduction to Cellular Biology BI101A Gen Biology I: Survey of Cellular Biology BI101B Gen Biology I: Plagues, Parasites and Pandemics BI102 General Biology II: Intro to Molecular Biology and Genetics BI102A General Biology II: Survey of Molecular Life and Genetics BI102B Gen Biology II: Medical Genetics BI103 Gen Biology III BI103A Gen Biology III: Survey of Ecology and Evolution BI103B Gen Biology III: Animal Behavior BI103C Gen Biology III: Botany of the N BI103D Gen Biology III: N orest Ecology BI103E Gen Biology III: Ecology of Tropics BI110 Introduction to Biomanufacturing BI121, 122 Essentls of Human Anatomy and Phys BI132 Introduction to Animal Behavior BI211, 212, 213 Principles of Biology BI231, 232, 233 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BI234 Microbiology BIOINORMATICS BIN290 Introduction to Bioinformatics CHEMISTRY CH103 Chemistry for Allied Health CH104, 105, 106 General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry CH151 Basic Chemistry CH170 Environmental Chemistry CH221, 222, 223 General Chemistry CH241, 242, 243 Organic Chemistry CS160 Computer Science Orientation CS161, 162 Computer Science ENGINEERING ENGR211 Statics ENGR212 Dynamics ENGR213 Strength of Materials GE101 Engineering Orientation GE102 Engineering Computations GE115 Engineering Graphics ORESTRY 240 Natural Resources Ecology NUTRITION N225 Nutrition ISH AND ILDLIE 251 Prin of ildlife Conservation 252 Mammals: Biology and Techniques ield Ornithology Aquatic ildlife: Biology and Techniques GEOLOGY G148 Volcanoes and Their Activity G165 Regional ield Geology G201, 202, 203 Principles of Physical Geology GENERAL SCIENCE GS104 Physical Science - Physics GS105 Physical Science - Chemistry GS106 Physical Science: Geology GS153 Introduction to Cosmology MATHEMATICS MTH105 Intro - Contemporary Mathematics MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH212, 213 undamentals of Elem Math MTH243 Probability and Statistics I MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra PHYSICS PH104 Descriptive Astronomy PH109C Observational Astronomy PH121, 122, 123 General Astronomy PH127 Preparing for General Physics PH201, 202, 203 General Physics I PH211, 212, 213 Gen Physics with Calculus Lab Courses Skill-Based Courses ² Cultural Literacy Courses.mhcc.edu Catalog Mt. 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16 degrees and general education Associate of Science (AS) All courses in an AS degree are transfer-level courses and will be evaluated course-by-course at the receiving institution toward satisfying major, general education or elective degree requirements. Note, this degree does not guarantee that lower division general education will be fully satisfied upon transfer. This degree articulates well with certain majors such as engineering, biological and physical sciences, and the fine and performing arts that require highly specific lower-division major requirements. There are fewer general education course requirements in the AS degree than in the AAOT degree, allowing students to complete a greater number of major requirements. Mathematics 1 course in college-level mathematics. Course must have a prerequisite of MTH095 or higher. credits: Humanities Only 6 credits may be skillbased courses credits: credits: credits: riting A minimum 8 credits in writing credits: credits: *Information literacy is included in R121. Oral Communication 1 course in the fundamentals of speech or communication. credits: REQUIREMENTS Computer Literacy 1 credit of college-level computer-based coursework credits: DISTRIBUTION AREAS Each course must be at least 3 credits. Complete a minimum of 9 credits in one of the three areas below and a minimum of 6 credits in each of the remaining areas Social Science credits: credits: credits: Science/Mathmatics/ Computer Science credits: credits: credits: HPE 3 credits which include at least 1 credit in Physical Education (PE and 1 credit in Health Education (HE) credits: credits: credits: Note: HPE295 or HPE285OL (three credits) satisfied the total HPE requirement. Electives Complete electives to reach a total of 90 degree credits Complete a minimum of 90 credits. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the time the degree is awarded. See page 221 for additional institutional degree requirements. Mathematics One course in college-level mathematics. MTH105 Intro - Contemporary Mathematics MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH212 undamentals of Elem Math II MTH213 undamentals of Elem Math III MTH243 Probability and Statistics I MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra riting A minimum of eight credits. Beginning summer 2010, student taking writing classes of four credit hours each must take R121 and either R122 or R227. Note: Students who began the writing sequence before summer 2010 with 3 credit hour courses must complete R121, R122 and either R123 or R227. R121 English Composition R122 English Comp: Critical Thinking R123 English Composition: Research R227 Technical Report riting Oral Communication One course in the fundamentals of speech SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication SP218 Interpersonal Communication Computer Literacy One credit of college level computer-based coursework ART214 Digital Art: Page Layout ART225, 226, 227 Digital Art ART228 Digital Art: eb Design ART229 Digital Art: Multimedia BA131 Intro to Business Computing BA231 Information Technology/Business BT210 Software Applications CIS120 Computer Concept I CIS120L Computer Concept Lab I CIS122 Computer Concepts III CIS125DB Desktop Database CIS125GA Introduction to Game Design CIS125SS readsheet CIS125P ord Processing CIS135GMA Introduction to 3D Modeling CIS140 Intro to Operating Systems CIS197CSP eb Authoring: Client-Side Programming CIS197HTM eb Authoring: HTML5 and CSS3 CIS197AA eb Authoring: Applications CIS197AG eb Authoring: Graphics and Animation CIS197XML eb Authoring: XML CIS244 Introduction to Systems Analysis CIS276 SQL CIS277BI Oracle Business Intelligence CS125J Digital Typography for Journalism CS160 Computer Science Orientation CS161 Computer Science I CS162 Computer Science II GE102 Engineering Computations Health/PHYSICAL EDUCATION A minimum of three credit hours which must include at least one credit hour in Health Education (HE) and one credit hour in Physical Education (PE). HPE285OL ilderness Survival for 2 credit hours may satisfy the HPE requirement by completing one additional credit hour in either health or physical education. Two credit hours of PE185 may be granted toward an Associate degree at MHCC for completion of military basic training. A copy of the DD214 form is required. HEALTH HE152 Drug Education HE202 Adult Development and Aging HE204 Diet and eight Control HE205 Diet Appraisal HE207 Stress Control-Activity Intervention HE208 HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections 14 Mt. Hood Community college Catalog mhcc.edu

17 ASSOCIATE O SCIENCE (AS) HE213 Men's Health Issues HE240 Introduction to Holistic Health Care HE250 Personal Health HE252 irst Aid: Responding to Emerg HE255 Alcohol and the amily HE261 CPR - Cardiopulmonary Res HE265 omen's Health Issues HPE285OL ilderness Survival HPE291 Lifeguard Training HPE295 Health and itness for Life PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE185 PE Activity courses PE285OH Adventure Education PE285RKC Interm Rock Climbing: Expedition Prep PE285TA Introduction to ater orts PE285TB Intermediate ater orts PE292ST ater Safety Instruction Distribution: Humanities Humanities (Arts and Letters): Only 6 credits of skill-based courses can be used to meet humanities requirements. NOTE: In Arts and Letters, a second year of a foreign language may be included, but not the first year. Skill-based courses noted with. ART ART115 Basic Design I: 2-Dimensional ART116 Basic Design II: Color Theory ART117 Basic Design III: 3-Dimensional ART204, 205, 206 History of estern Art ART211 Survey of Visual Arts ART215P Survey Visual Arts: Photography ART225, 226, 227 Digital Art ART231, 232, 233 Drawing ART234 Life Drawing I ART240, 241 Drawing - Cartooning ART254, 255, 256 Ceramics ART257, 258, 259 Jewelry/Metalsmithing ART260 Digital Photography and Imaging ART261 Photography I ART262 Photography II ART263 ield Photography ART264 Portrait Photography ART266 Color Photography oundations ART271, 272, 273 Printmaking ART281 Painting I ART288 Sculpture: Ceramic ART289 Sculpture: Metalcasting ART291 Sculpture I ART292 Sculpture II ART293 Sculpture III ART294, 296 atercolor LITERATURE ENG104 Intro to Literature: iction ENG105 Intro to Literature: Drama ENG106 Intro to Literature: Poetry ENG107, 108, 109 orld Literature ENG112 Intro to Literary Genres: Science iction ENG113 Intro to Literary Genres: antasy Literature ENG201, 202 Shakespeare: ENG204, 205 British Literature I: ENG212 Hispanic Literature ENG214 Asian-American Literature ENG218 Arthurian Legends ENG221 Intro to Children s Literature ENG222 omen's Literature ENG250 Introduction to Mythology ENG253, 254 Survey of American Literature ENG254 Survey of American Literature II ENG274 ilm Genre: Documentary ENG275 The Bible as Literature A257 ilms and Society A258 Understanding the ilm A264 omen Making Movies A266 The Great ilm Directors A268 ilm and Literature: Adaptation HUMANITIES HUM105 Italian Life and Culture HUM106 British Life and Culture HUM110 Contemporary Culture I: Human Values HUM111 Contemporary Culture II: Changing Values HUM112 Contemporary Culture III: uture Trends HUM202 Age of Technology: Ethics in the orkplace HUM210, 210C ecial Studies - Humanities LANGUAGES ASL201, 202, 203 Second-Year American Sign Language I R201, 202, 203 Second-Year rench GER201, 202, 203 Second-Year German ITAL201, 202, 203 Second-Year Italian JPN201, 202, 203 Second-Year Japanese JPN260 Introduction to Japanese Culture RUS201, 202, 203 Second-Year Russian SPAN201, 202, 203 Second-Year anish MUSIC MUS101 Music undamentals MUS105 Music Appreciation/ for the Listener MUS111, 112, 113 Music Theory MUS124, 125, 126 Stage Band Arranging MUS211, 212, 213 Music Theory MUS Music History PHILOSOPHY PHL191 Language and Layout of Argument PHL201 Introduction to Philosophy PHL202 undamental Ethics PHL208 Political Philosophy RELIGION R210 orld Religions R211 History of the Old Testament R212 History of the New Testament READING RD117 Critical Reading SPEECH SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication SP130 Business and Professional eech SP218 Interpersonal Communication SP229 Oral Interpretation SP262 Voice and Articulation THEATRE TA101 Appreciating Theatre TA106, 107 Theatre History TA141, 142, 143 Acting undamentals TA241 Interm Acting Techniques: Styles RITING R240 Creative riting: Non-fiction R241 Creative riting: iction I R242 Creative riting: Poetry I R244 Creative riting: Poetry II R245 Creative riting: iction II R248 Strategies or Revision: Advanced Professional riting Social Science ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH101 Intro to Biological Anthropology ANTH102 Introduction to Archaeology and orld Prehistory ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology ANTH180 Language and Culture ANTH211 Anthropology ield Methods ANTH215 Intro to Greek Archaeology ANTH231 Indian Cultures of the Pacific N ANTH232 North American Indians ECONOMICS EC115 Introduction to Economics EC201 Principles of Economics I (Micro) EC202 Principles of Economics II (Macro) GEOGRAPHY GEOG105 Intro to Physical Geography GEOG106 Intro to orld Regional Geography GEOG107 Intro to Cultural Geography GEOG202 Geography of Europe GEOG206 Geography of Oregon GEOG209 Geography of the Middle East and North Africa GEOG214 Geography of Mexico and Central America GEOG290 Environmental Problems and Restoration HISTORY HST101, 102, 103 estern Civilization HST104 History of the Middle East (Eastern Civilization) HST110, 111, 112 orld History HST195 History of Vietnam ar HST201, 202, 203 U.S. History HST204 omen in U.S. History HST211 Introduction to Peace Studies HST212 Peace Studies: Nonviolent Political Theory HST213 Peace Studies: orld Order Theory HST225 omen in orld History HST237 America in the 1960s HST264 African American History HST270 History of Mexico HST271 History of Central America HST292 China: Past and Present HST293 Japan: Past and Present HST294 History of Ancient Greece INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INTL101 Intro to International Studies INTL210 Comparative Culture JOURNALISM J211 Intro to Mass Communications POLITICAL SCIENCE PS200 Intro to Political Science PS201 American Government PS203 State and Local Governments PS204 Intro to Comparative Politics PS205 International Relations PS209 Problems in American Politics PS215 Global Issues PS217 Intro to Public Land Management: The Politics of Recreation PS225 Political Ideology: Ideas About Government PS241 Intro to Political Terrorism PS297 Intro to Environmental Politics PSYCHOLOGY PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations PSY151 Intro to the Social Sciences PSY201, 202 General Psychology PSY214 Introduction to Personality PSY216 Social Psychology PSY231 Human Sexuality PSY232 Sexuality and Society PSY235 Human Dev I: Infancy-Adolescence PSY236 Human Dev II: Adolescence through Aging PSY237 Human Development PSY239 Intro to Abnormal Psychology SOCIOLOGY SOC204 Gen Sociology: Principles of Sociology SOC205 General Sociology: Social Institutions SOC206 General Sociology: Social Problems SOC213 Race Relations in the U.S. SOC214 Social Problems: Introduction to U.S. Culture and Society SOC215 Gender and Society SOC216 Sociology of the amily SOC223 Sociology of Aging SOC225 Social Issues OMEN S STUDIES S101 Introduction to omen's Studies Science/Mathematics/ Computer Science BIOLOGY BI101 Gen Biology I: Introduction to Cellular Biology BI101A Gen Biology I: Survey of Cellular Biology BI101B Gen Biology I: Plagues, Parasites and Pandemics BI102 General Biology II: Intro to Molecular Biology and Genetics BI102A General Biology II: Survey of Molecular Life and Genetics BI102B Gen Biology II: Medical Genetics BI103 Gen Biology III BI103A Gen Biology III: Survey of Ecology and Evolution BI103B Gen Biology III: Animal Behavio BI103C Gen Biology III: Botany of the N BI103D Gen Biology III: N orest Ecology BI103E Gen Biology III: Ecology of Tropics BI110 Introduction to Biomanufacturing BI121, 122 Essentls of Human Anatomy & Phys BI132 Introduction to Animal Behavior BI211, 212, 213 Principles of Biology BI231, 232, 233 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BI234 Microbiology BIOINORMATICS BIN290 Introduction to Bioinformatics CHEMISTRY CH103 Chemistry for Allied Health CH104, 105, 106 General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry CH151 Basic Chemistry CH170 Environmental Chemistry CH221, 222, 223 General Chemistry CH241, 242, 243 Organic Chemistry CS160 Computer Science Orientation CS161, 162 Computer Science ENGINEERING ENGR211 Statics ENGR212 Dynamics ENGR213 Strength of Materials GE101 Engineering Orientation GE102 Engineering Computations GE115 Engineering Graphics ORESTRY 240 Natural Resources Ecology NUTRITION N225 Nutrition ISH AND ILDLIE 251 Prin of ildlife Conservation 252 Mammals: Biology and Techniques ield Ornithology Aquatic ildlife: Biology and Techniques GEOLOGY G148C Volcanoes and Their Activity G165 Regional ield Geology G201, 202, 203 Principles of Physical Geology GENERAL SCIENCE GS104 Physical Science - Physics GS105 Physical Science - Chemistry GS106 Physical Science: Geology GS153 Introduction to Cosmology MATHEMATICS MTH105 Intro - Contemporary Mathematics MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH212, 213 undamentals of Elem Math MTH243 Probability and Statistics I MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra PHYSICS PH104 Descriptive Astronomy PH109C Observational Astronomy PH121, 122, 123 General Astronomy PH127 Preparing for General Physics PH201, 202, 203 General Physics I PH211, 212, 213 Gen Physics with Calculus Lab Courses Skill-Based Courses ² Cultural Literacy Courses.mhcc.edu Catalog Mt. 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18 degrees and general education Associate of General Studies (AGS) The purpose of the degree in general studies is to provide the student an opportunity to pursue a broad general education at a community college. It is intended as a flexible program for the student who is not preparing for a specific major in the lower division transfer or career-technical area. Because of the flexibility and broad approach of this degree, a student may find that courses used to fulfill the requirements may not necessarily be accepted as transfer level at a four-year institution. Mathematics 4 credits at a level equivalent to MTH065 or higher (except MTH211) credits: Humanities 12 credits, including a maximum of 6 credits of skill-based courses credits: credits: credits: credits: Communications A minimum of 6 credits, including a combination of R101 and R102; or R121 and R122; or 3 credits in writing and 3 credits in speech; or 3 credits in writing and RD117; or 3 credits in writing and BA205 Social Science 12 credits credits: REQUIREMENTS Human Relations A minimum of 3 credits DISTRIBUTION AREAS Each course must be at least 3 credits credits: credits: credits: credits: credits: Science/Mathmatics/ Computer Science 9 credits credits: credits: credits: HPE 3 credits, including at least 1 credit in Physical Education (PE) and 1 credit in Health Education (HE) credits: credits: credits: Note: HPE295 or HPE285OL (three credits) satisfied the total HPE requirement. Electives Complete electives to reach a total of 90 degree credits. No more than 25 credits of one discipline may apply as elective. Elective courses may be any course numbered 10 or above, not including developmental education courses, see page 219. Complete a minimum of 90 credits. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the time the degree is awarded. See page 221 for additional institutional degree requirements. Mathematics MTH065 Beginning Algebra II MTH095 Interm Algebra w/rt Triangle Trig MTH105 Intro - Contemporary Mathematics MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH212 undamentals of Elem Math II MTH213 undamentals of Elem Math III MTH241 Elementary Calculus MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra Communications R101 orkplace Communications I R102 orkplace Communications II R121 English Composition R122 English Comp: Critical Thinking R123 English Composition: Research R227 Technical Report riting SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication SP218 Interpersonal Communication RD117 Critical Reading BA205 Business Communications Human Relations A minimum of three credit hours ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology BA285 Leadership and Human Relations EC115 Introduction to Economics GEOG106 Intro to orld Regional Geography GEOG107 Intro to Cultural Geography HST110 Ancient orld History HST111 Medieval orld History HST112 Modern orld History HUM202 Age of Technology: Ethics in the orkplace MUS261, MUS262, MUS263 Music History PHL202 undamental Ethics PS200 Intro to Political Science PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations PSY201 General Psychology PSY202 General Psychology PSY235 Human Dev I: Infancy-Adolescence PSY237 Human Development R210 orld Religions SOC204 Gen Sociology: Principles of Sociology SOC213 Race Relations - U.S. SOC215 Gender and Society SOC216 Sociology of the amily S101 Introduction to omen's Studies Health/PHYSICAL EDUCATION A minimum of 3 credits which must include at least 1 credit in Health Education (HE) and 1 credit in Physical Education (PE). HPE285OL ilderness Survival for 2 credit hours may satisfy the HPE requirement by completing one additional credit hour in either health or physical education. Two credit hours of PE185 may be granted toward an Associate degree at MHCC for completion of military basic training. A copy of the DD214 form is required. HEALTH HE152 Drug Education HE202 Adult Development and Aging HE204 Diet and eight Control HE205 Diet Appraisal HE207 Stress Control-Activity Intervention HE208 HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections HE213 Men's Health Issues HE240 Introduction to Holistic Health Care HE250 Personal Health HE252 irst Aid: Responding to Emerg HE255 Alcohol and the amily HE261 CPR - Cardiopulmonary Res HE265 omen's Health Issues HPE285OL ilderness Survival HPE291 Lifeguard Training HPE295 Health and itness for Life PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE185 PE Activity courses PE285OH Adventure Education PE285RKC Interm Rock Climbing: Expedition Prep PE285TA Introduction to ater orts PE285TB Intermediate ater orts PE292ST ater Safety Instruction Distribution Humanities Humanities (Arts and Letters): 12 credits, including a maximum of 6 credits of skill-based courses. Skill-based courses, noted as. ART ART115 Basic Design I: 2-Dimensional ART116 Basic Design II: Color Theory ART117 Basic Design III: 3-Dimensional ART204, 205, 206 History of estern Art ART211 Survey of Visual Arts 16 Mt. Hood Community college Catalog mhcc.edu

19 ASSOCIATE O GENERAL STUDIES (AGS) GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES ART214 Digital Art: Page Layout ART215P Survey Visual Arts: Photography ART219 Calligraphy ART225, 226, 227 Digital Art ART231, 232, 233 Drawing ART234 Life Drawing I ART240, 241 Drawing - Cartooning ART254, 255, 256 Ceramics ART257, 258, 259 Jewelry/Metalsmithing ART257B, 258B, 259B Jewelry/Metalsmithing ART260 Digital Photography and Imaging ART261 Photography I ART262 Photography II ART263 ield Photography ART264 Portrait Photography ART266 Color Photography oundations ART271, 272, 273 Printmaking ART281 Painting I ART288 Sculpture: Ceramic ART289 Sculpture: Metalcasting ART291 Sculpture I ART292 Sculpture II ART293 Sculpture III ART294, 296, 297 atercolor LITERATURE ENG104 Intro to Literature: iction ENG105 Intro to Literature: Drama ENG106 Intro to Literature: Poetry ENG107, 108, 109 orld Literature ENG112 Intro to Literary Genres: Science iction ENG113 Intro to Literary Genres: antasy Literature ENG201, 202 Shakespeare: ENG204, 205 British Literature I: ENG212 Hispanic Literature ENG214 Asian-American Literature ENG218 Arthurian Legends ENG222 omen's Literature ENG250 Introduction to Mythology ENG253, 254 Survey of American Literature ENG254 Survey of American Literature II ENG274 ilm Genre: Documentary ENG275 The Bible as Literature A257 ilms and Society A258 Understanding the ilm A264 omen Making Movies A266 The Great ilm Directors A268 ilm and Literature: Adaptation ENGLISH AS A NON-NATIVE LANGUAGE ENL201R Advanced Reading ENL201S Advanced eaking and Listening ENL201 Advanced riting HUMANITIES HUM105 Italian Life and Culture HUM106 British Life and Culture HUM110 Contemporary Culture I: Human Values HUM111 Contemporary Culture II: Changing Values HUM112 Contemporary Culture III: uture Trends HUM202 Age of Technology: Ethics in the orkplace HUM210, 210C ecial Studies - Humanities LANGUAGES ASL101, 102, 103 irst-year American Sign Language ASL201, 202, 203 Second-Year American Sign Language CHN101, 102, 103 irst-year Chinese R101, 102, 103 irst-year rench R111, 112, 113 rench Conversation R201, 202, 203 Second-Year rench R211, 212, 213 rench Conversation GER101, 102, 103 irst-year German GER111, 112, 113 German Conversation GER201, 202, 203 Second-Year German ITAL101, 102, 103 irst-year Italian ITAL111, 112, 113 Italian Conversation ITAL201, 202, 203 Second-Year Italian ITAL211, 212, 213 Italian Conversation JPN101, 102, 103 irst-year Japanese JPN111, 112, 113 Japanese Conversation JPN201, 202, 203 Second-Year Japanese JPN211, 212, 213 Japanese Conversation JPN260 Introduction to Japanese Culture RUS101, 102, 103 irst-year Russian RUS111, 112, 113 Russian Conversation RUS201, 202, 203 Second-Year Russian SPAN101, 102, 103 irst-year anish SPAN111, 112, 113 anish Conversation SPAN201, 202, 203 Second-Year anish SPAN211, 212, 213 anish Conversation MUSIC MUP101, 201 Symphonic Band MUP105, 205 Jazz Ensemble MUP114, 214 Gen Ensemble/Instrumental MUP115, 215 Gen Ensemble/ Vocal MUP121, 221 Symphonic Choir MUP123 Opera orkshop MUP125, 225 Vocal Jazz Ensemble MUP146, 246 Orchestra MUP Indiv Lesson: irst Year MUP Indiv Lessons: Second Year MUS101 Music undamentals MUS105 Music Appreciation/ for the Listener MUS111, 112, 113 Music Theory MUS117, 118, 119 Electronic Music Production MUS121, 122, 123 Aural Skills MUS124, 125, 126 Stage Band Arranging MUS131, 132, 133 Group Piano MUS137, 138, 139 Guitar MUS161, 162, 163 Jazz Improvisation MUS191 Group Piano: Skills/Non-Majors MUS211, 212, 213 Music Theory MUS221, 222, 223 Aural Skills MUS231, 232 Keyboard Harmony MUS261, 262, 263 Music History MUS292 Music Theatre PHILOSOPHY PHL191 Language and Layout of Argument PHL201 Introduction to Philosophy PHL202 undamental Ethics PHL208 Political Philosophy RELIGION R210 orld Religions R211 History of the Old Testament R212 History of the New Testament READING RD117 Critical Reading SPEECH SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication SP130 Business and Professional eech SP218 Interpersonal Communication SP229 Oral Interpretation SP262 Voice and Articulation THEATRE TA101 Appreciating Theatre TA106, 107 Theatre History TA141, 142, 143 Acting undamentals TA144 Improvisation TA148 Movement for the Actor TA241 Interm Acting Techniques: Styles RITING R240 Creative riting: Non-fiction R241 Creative riting: iction I R242 Creative riting: Poetry I R244 Creative riting: Poetry II R245 Creative riting: iction II R247 The Literary Publication R248 Strategies or Revision: Advanced Professional riting Social Science 12 credits. ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH101 Intro to Biological Anthropology ANTH102 Introduction to Archaeology and orld Prehistory ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology ANTH180 Language and Culture ANTH211 Anthropology ield Methods ANTH215 Intro to Greek Archaeology ANTH231 Indian Cultures of the Pacific N ANTH232 North American Indians ECONOMICS EC115 Introduction to Economics EC201 Principles of Economics I (Micro) EC202 Principles of Economics II (Macro) GEOGRAPHY GEOG105 Intro to Physical Geography GEOG106 Intro to orld Regional Geography GEOG107 Intro to Cultural Geography GEOG202 Geography of Europe GEOG206 Geography of Oregon GEOG209 Geography of the Middle East and North Africa GEOG214 Geography of Mexico and Central America GEOG290 Environmental Problems and Restoration HISTORY HST101, 102, 103 estern Civilization HST104 History of the Middle East (Eastern Civilization) HST110, 111, 112 orld History HST195 History of Vietnam ar HST201, 202, 203 U.S. History HST204 omen in U.S. History HST211 Introduction to Peace Studies HST212 Peace Studies: Nonviolent Political Theory HST213 Peace Studies: orld Order Theory HST225 omen in orld History HST237 America in the 1960s HST264 African American History HST270 History of Mexico HST271 History of Central America HST292 China: Past and Present HST293 Japan: Past and Present HST294 History of Ancient Greece INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INTL101 Intro to International Studies INTL210 Comparative Culture JOURNALISM J211 Intro to Mass Communications POLITICAL SCIENCE PS200 Intro to Political Science PS201 American Government PS203 State and Local Governments PS204 Intro to Comparative Politics PS205 International Relations PS209 Problems in American Politics PS215 Global Issues PS217 Intro to Public Land Management: The Politics of Recreation PS225 Political Ideology: Ideas About Government PS241 Intro to Political Terrorism PS297 Intro to Environmental Politics PSYCHOLOGY PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations PSY151 Intro to the Social Sciences PSY201, 202 General Psychology PSY214 Introduction to Personality PSY216 Social Psychology PSY231 Human Sexuality PSY232 Sexuality and Society PSY235 Human Dev I: Infancy-Adolescence PSY236 Human Dev II: Adolescence through Aging PSY237 Human Development PSY239 Intro to Abnormal Psychology SOCIOLOGY SOC204 Gen Sociology: Principles of Sociology SOC205 General Sociology: Social Institutions SOC206 General Sociology: Social Problems SOC213 Race Relations in the U.S. SOC214 Social Problems: Introduction to U.S. Culture and Society SOC215 Gender and Society SOC216 Sociology of the amily SOC223 Sociology of Aging SOC225 Social Issues OMEN S STUDIES S101 Introduction to omen's Studies Science/Mathematics/ Computer Science 9 credits. BUSINESS BA231 Information Technology in Business BIOLOGY BI101 Gen Biology I: Intro to Cellular Biology BI101A Gen Biology I: Survey of Cellular Biology BI101B Gen Biology I: Plagues, Parasites and Pandemics BI10 General Biology II: Intro to Molecular Biology and Genetics BI102A General Biology II: Survey of Molecular Life and Genetics BI102B Gen Biology II: Medical Genetics BI103 Gen Biology III BI103A Gen Biology III: Survey of Ecology and Evolution BI103B Gen Biology III: Animal Behavior BI103C Gen Biology III: Botany of the N BI103D Gen Biology III: N orest Ecology BI103E Gen Biology III: Ecology of Tropics BI110 Introduction to Biomanufacturing BI112 Biology for Allied Health BI121, 122 Essentls of Human Anatomy & Phys BI132 Introduction to Animal Behavior BI211, 212, 213 Principles of Biology BI231, 232, 233 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BI234 Microbiology BIOINORMATICS BIN290 Introduction to Bioinformatics CHEMISTRY CH103 Chemistry for Allied Health CH104, 105, 106 General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry CH151 Basic Chemistry CH170 Environmental Chemistry CH221, 222, 223 General Chemistry CH241, 242, 243 Organic Chemistry CS120/L Computer Concepts I and Lab I (in combination) CIS122 Computer Concepts III CIS140 Intro to Operating Systems CIS197XML eb Authoring: XML CIS244 Introduction to Systems Analysis CIS276 SQL CS160 Computer Science Orientation CS161, 162 Computer Science ENGINEERING ENGR211 Statics ENGR212 Dynamics ENGR213 Strength of Materials GE101 Engineering Orientation GE102 Engineering Computations GE115 Engineering Graphics ORESTRY 240 Natural Resources Ecology NUTRITION N225 Nutrition ISH AND ILDLIE 251 Prin of ildlife Conservation 252 Mammals: Biology and Techniques 253 ield Ornithology 254 Aquatic ildlife: Biology and Techniques GEOLOGY G148C Volcanoes and Their Activity G165 Regional ield Geology G201, 202, 203 Principles of Physical Geology GENERAL SCIENCE GS104 Physical Science - Physics GS105 Physical Science - Chemistry GS106 GS153 Physical Science: Geology Introduction to Cosmology MATHEMATICS MTH060 Beginning Algebra I MTH065 Beginning Algebra II MTH084 Applied Trigonometry with Modeling MTH095 Interm Algebra w/rt Triangle Trig MTH105 Intro - Contemporary Mathematics MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH211, 212, 213 undamentals of Elem Math MTH243 Probability and Statistics I MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra PHYSICS PH104 Descriptive Astronomy PH109C Observational Astronomy PH121, 122, 123 General Astronomy PH127 Preparing for General Physics PH201, 202, 203 General Physics I PH211, 212, 213 Gen Physics with Calculus Lab Courses Skill-Based Courses ² Cultural Literacy Courses.mhcc.edu Catalog Mt. 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20 degrees and general education Oregon Transfer Module (OTM) The OTM is a set of 45 general education credits recognized by all Oregon community colleges and Oregon University System (OUS) schools, designed for students who wish to transfer. Completion of the OTM can help those students taking courses at multiple post-secondary institutions by ensuring transferability of coursework. This is not a degree or certificate but is documentation on a student s transcript that they have met a subset of common general education requirements. Note: The OTM is not intended to be a first year of the AAOT degree. OUNDATIONAL SKILLS Mathematics 1 course in college-level mathematics. Course must have a prerequisite of MTH095 or higher. credits: Humanities (Arts and Letters) 3 courses The second year of a foreign language may be included, but not the first credits: credits: credits: riting Social Science 3 courses credits: Oral Communication 1 course in the fundamentals of speech or communication DISTRIBUTION AREAS Each course must be at least 3 credits credits: credits: credits: credits: Science/Mathmatics/ Computer Science 3 courses including at least 1 laboratory courses in biological and/or physical science credits: credits: credits: Cultural Literacy 1 course from any distribution area that is designated as cultural literacy Electives Complete electives to reach a total of 45 degree credits. Courses must be from the Introduction to Disciplines areas (Humanities (Arts and Letters), Social Science or Science/ Math/Computer Science). Complete a minimum of 45 credits. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the time the module is completed. Regionally accredited private colleges and universities within the state may offer and issue the Oregon Transfer Module, which will be accepted at any Oregon public college or university. Oregon Transfer Module credits may not match program requirements in the receiving school. The OTM supplements, but does not supplant existing articulation agreements and does not replace effective advising. Courses that are designed to prepare students for college-level work are not applicable to the transfer module. In Humanities (Arts and Letters), the second year of a foreign language may be included, but not the first year. American Sign Language (ASL) is considered a foreign language. hen choosing courses in science and mathematics, students and advisers should check the specific requirements of receiving schools. Courses that include a laboratory component, or that deal with specific subjects, may be required for majors or degrees. Computer Science courses used in the Math/Science/Computer Science area must meet Oregon Council of Computer Chairs criteria for a science course. Mathematics One course in college-level mathematics, select from: MTH105 Intro - Contemporary Mathematics MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary unc MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry MTH212 undamentals of Elem Math II MTH213 undamentals of Elem Math III MTH243 Probability and Statistics I MTH244 Statistics II MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus MTH253 Calculus III MTH254 Calculus IV: Vector Calculus MTH256 Differential Equations MTH261 Linear Algebra riting Two courses of college-level composition. Note: Students who began the writing sequence before summer 2010 with 3 credit hour courses must complete R121, R122 and either R123 or R227. R121 English Composition R122 English Comp: Critical Thinking R123 English Composition: Research R227 Technical Report riting Oral Communication One course in the fundamentals of speech or communication. SP100 Basic eech Communication SP111 undamentals of Public eaking SP112 Persuasive eech SP114 Argument and Critical Discourse SP115 Intro: Intercultural Communication SP218 Interpersonal Communication DISCIPLINES Cultural Literacy: hen making distribution selections, one course chosen from any of the discipline studies must be designated as cultural literacy, noted as ². Humanities Humanities (Arts and Letters): Three courses. Only two courses of skill-oriented classes should be used to meet humanities requirements.note: In Arts and Letters, a second year of a foreign language may be included, but not the first year. Skill-based courses, noted as. Select from: ART ART115 Basic Design I: 2-Dimensional ART116 Basic Design II: Color Theory ART117 Basic Design III: 3-Dimensional ART204, 205, 206 History of estern Art ART211 Survey of Visual Arts ² ART215P Survey Visual Arts: Photography ART225, 226, 227 Digital Art ART231, 232, 233 Drawing ART234 Life Drawing I ART240, 241 Drawing Cartooning ART254, 255, 256 Ceramicss ART257, 258, 259 Jewelry/Metalsmithing ART260 Digital Photography and Imaging ART261 Photography I ART262 Photography II ART263 ield Photography ART264 Portrait Photography ART266 Color Photography oundations ART271, 272, 273 Printmaking ART281 Painting I ART288 Sculpture: Ceramic ART289 Sculpture: Metalcasting ART291 Sculpture I ART292 Sculpture II ART293 Sculpture III ART294, 296 atercolor LITERATURE ENG104 Intro to Literature: iction ENG105 Intro to Literature: Drama ENG106 Intro to Literature: Poetry ENG107, 108, 109 orld Literature ² ENG112 Intro to Literary Genres: Science iction ENG113 Intro to Literary Genres: antasy Literature ENG201, 202 Shakespeare: ENG204, 205 British Literature ² ENG212 Hispanic Literature 18 Mt. 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