Transferring to Another Institution

Transfer without a degree is an option for Southwestern students. A student may select a major and transfer school, then take only the specific courses required for that major and/or college. Students in certain majors may need to transfer after one year to take advantage of critical major courses offered in the sophomore year at the transfer institution. When a student opts for direct transfer, Southwestern courses are evaluated and accepted on a course-by-course basis by the transfer institution.

Direct transfer students must meet the transfer schools’ "freshman" or "transfer admission" requirements. Catalogs from transfer institutions contain information about credit hour and Grade Point Average (GPA) requirements, as well as transfer application procedures.  For assistance, contact the University Center.

Successful Transfer

Success in the transfer process is largely the result of careful planning. It is each student’s responsibility to learn the program requirements of any prospective transfer school and to keep up-to-date on changes in those requirements. Therefore, students should periodically contact the University Center and/or the transfer institution for updates. Prudent use of available resources and advising can help ensure smooth transition to a four-year institution.

Students can benefit from following these tips for successful transfer:

  • Plan Ahead: Consider enrolling in HD100 College Success and Survival and/or contact an advisor during your first term at Southwestern to develop an education plan. If you need help with choosing a major or career, consider enrolling in HD140 Career/Education Exploration or HD208 Career/Life Plan. Consider taking HD215 Transfer Success.
  • Maintain Contact: Establish early contact with admissions representatives and major advisors at Southwestern and transfer institutions. Keep in touch with them in order to keep up-to-date on major and transfer requirements.
  • Know the Rules: Pay attention to GPA and transfer credit policies, application deadlines and both general education and major course requirements of transfer institutions. 
  • Confirm Transferability of Courses: Not all 100-200 level courses transfer to all four- year schools. Transfer colleges have the “last say” on transferability. Transfer course policies and articulation information can often be found on the transfer school's registrar or admissions webpage.
  • Utilize Transfer Resources: This catalog, the University Center, the Educational Support Programs and Services (ESPS) Office, quarterly Transfer Days and Southwestern advisors are key sources of information and guidance. 
  • Ask for Help: Make sure you have current and complete information; ask for what you need to complete the transfer process successfully.

Transfer Problems?

If a student has a problem transferring classes to a college or university, the student should first try to resolve the problem through contact with the transfer institution. Southwestern advisors may be of assistance in such cases.  University Center staff can also assist you with transfer inquiries.

Emphasis Degree or Direct Transfer Articulated Agreement
Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer AAOT Eastern Washington University
Oregon Public Universities
Business ASOT-BUS Oregon Public Universities
Computer Science ASOT-CS Oregon Public Universities
Childhood Education and Family Studies AS Western Oregon University
Childhood Education and Family Studies AAS Southern Oregon University
Criminal Justice AS Southern Oregon University
Fire Science AS Eastern Oregon University
Forestry AS Oregon State University
University of Idaho
Marine Biology AAOT University of Oregon
Natural Resources AS Oregon State University
Nursing AAS Oregon Health & Science University
Oregon Transfer Module OTM Oregon Community Colleges
Oregon Public Universities

AAOT College Transfer, Recommended Course Work for Specific Majors

Many students wish to transfer into a specific field of study or major at a university after completing an AAOT at Southwestern Oregon Community College.  In order to be prepared for upper division courses at the university, students should consider the following course suggestions.  These are suggested AAOT courses for several fields of study. Please check with the University Center, ESPS, or the institution to which you plan to transfer for specific transfer guidelines.

All AAOT students must complete one course designated as meeting the cultural diversity requirement.  If a cultural diversity course is NOT specified, make sure to include one in the program.

ANTHROPOLOGY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

ANTH221Intro to Cultural Anthropology I 13
or ANTH221H Intro to Cultural Anthropology Hon
ANTH222Cultural Anthropology II 13
or ANTH222H Cultural Anthropology II with Honor
ANTH223Cultural Anthropology III 13
or ANTH223H Cultural Anthropology III with Hono
ART204History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
ART205History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
ART206History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
BI101General Biology4
BI102General Biology4
BI103General Biology4
G201Physical Geology I4
G202Physical Geology II4
G203Historical Geology4
GEOG105Cultural Geography 13
MTH105Math in Society4
or MTH111 College Algebra
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY203General Psychology3
or PSY203H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech 23
1 Arts & Letters3
Health, Wellness and Fitness 33
Electives 48

ARCHITECTURE

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives 

ART115Basic Design I, Intro to Elements Elements Of Art & Prin Of Design4
ART116Basic Design II, Color Theory4
ART117Basic Design III, Intro to 3D Design4
ART204History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
ART205History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
ART206History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
DRFT110Computer Assisted Drafting I3
DRFT111Computer Assisted Drafting II3
DRFT112Computer Assisted Drafting III3
MTH112Trigonometry4
or MTH112H Trigonometry w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
1 Arts & Letters course (different prefix than ART)3
4 Social Science courses (2 different prefixes)12
Health, Wellness and Fitness 23
Electives 38

ART

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

ART115Basic Design I, Intro to Elements Elements Of Art & Prin Of Design4
ART116Basic Design II, Color Theory4
ART117Basic Design III, Intro to 3D Design4
ART131Introduction to Drawing I3
ART132Introduction to Drawing II3
ART133Introduction to Drawing III3
ART204History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
ART205History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
ART206History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
MTH105Math in Society4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Lab Science courses (Biological or Physical)12
1 Arts & Letters course (different prefix than ART)3
4 Social Science courses (2 different prefixes)12
Health, Wellness and Fitness 23
Electives (studio art courses recommended) 311

ART HISTORY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

ART115Basic Design I, Intro to Elements Elements Of Art & Prin Of Design4
ART116Basic Design II, Color Theory4
ART117Basic Design III, Intro to 3D Design4
ART131Introduction to Drawing I3
ART132Introduction to Drawing II3
ART133Introduction to Drawing III3
ART204History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
ART205History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
ART206History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ENG107World Literature 13
ENG108World Literature 13
ENG109World Literature 13
HST101History of Western Civilization3
HST102History of Western Civilization3
HST103History of Western Civilization3
MTH105Math in Society4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 23
3 Lab Science courses (Biology or Physical)12
Social Science courses (different prefix than HST)3
Health, Wellness and Fitness 33
Elective credits 45

ARTS AND LETTERS

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ENG104Introduction to Literature Fiction3
ENG105Introduction to Literature Drama3
ENG106Introduction to Literature Poetry3
ENG107World Literature 13
or ENG107H World Literature w/Honors
ENG108World Literature 13
ENG109World Literature 13
HST101History of Western Civilization3
HST102History of Western Civilization3
HST103History of Western Civilization3
MTH105Math in Society4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 23
3 Lab Science courses (Biological or Physical)12
1 Social Science course (different prefix than HST)3
2nd year Foreign Language sequence12
Health, Wellness and Fitness 33
Electives 413

BIOCHEMISTRY/BIOPHYSICS

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
MTH252Calculus II Integral Calculus4
or MTH252H Calculus II w/Honors
MTH253Calculus III Infinite Sequences And Series4
or MTH253H Calculus III w/Honors
PH211General Physics w/Calculus I5
PH212General Physics w/Calculus II5
PH213General Physics w/Calculus III5
Introductory Biology sequence or General Chem sequence 112-15
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 23
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
4 Social Science courses (two different prefixes)12
Health, Wellness and Fitness 33
Electives 412-15

BIOLOGY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
MTH252Calculus II Integral Calculus4
or MTH252H Calculus II w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
4 Social Science courses (two different prefixes)12
Health, Wellness and Fitness 23
Electives 34

CHEMISTRY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
MTH252Calculus II Integral Calculus4
or MTH252H Calculus II w/Honors
MTH253Calculus III Infinite Sequences And Series4
or MTH253H Calculus III w/Honors
MTH256Differential Equations4
PH211General Physics w/Calculus I5
PH212General Physics w/Calculus II5
PH213General Physics w/Calculus III5
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Art & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
4 Social Science courses (two different prefixes)12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 38

COMMUNICATIONS/SPEECH

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
HST101History of Western Civilization3
HST102History of Western Civilization3
HST103History of Western Civilization3
MTH105Math in Society4
or MTH111 College Algebra
SP100Basic Speech Communications3
SP111Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
SP218Interpersonal Communication3
SP219Small Group Discussion3
SP220Gender and Communication 13
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
WR243Imaginative Writing Explorations3
3 Lab Science courses (Biological or Physical)12-15
1 Social Science course (different prefix than HST)3
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 13
Electives 225-28

DENTISTRY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH111H College Algebra w/Honors
MTH112Trigonometry4
or MTH112H Trigonometry w/Honors
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY203General Psychology3
or PSY203H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
1 Social Science course (different prefix from PSY)3
Health, Wellness and Fitness 23

EDUCATION, ELEMENTARY

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives; this is a general list for students planning to transfer to a Teacher Licensing program in Oregon.  Students interested in transferring to Southern Oregon University should see the University Center staff for the articulated program.

ED134Children Who are Dual Lang Learners2
ED169Overview of Student Special Needs3
ED200Introduction to Education3
ED201Music Education for Elementary Ed3
ED202Art Education for Elementary Ed3
ED258Multicultural Education 13
ED280CWE: Education & Tutoring1
GEOG105Cultural Geography 13
HST201History of the United States3
HST202History of the United States3
HST203History of the United States3
HE250Personal Health3
or PE231 Wellness for Life
HDFS247Preschool Child Development3
HDFS229Development in Middle Childhood3
MTH211Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics I4
MTH212Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics II4
MTH213Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics III4
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
or PSY202 General Psychology
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
SP111Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
or SP219 Small Group Discussion
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
3 Lab Science courses (two different prefixes)12
2 Literature courses (ENGL prefix)6
Music or Art Appreciation/History course3
Elective 26

 ENGLISH

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ENG107World Literature 13
or ENG107H World Literature w/Honors
ENG108World Literature 13
ENG109World Literature 13
MTH105Math in Society4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
Full sequence Survey of Literature 29
1 Speech course 33
3 Lab Science courses12
4 Social Science courses (two different prefixes)12
Second-Year Foreign Language12
Health, Wellness and Fitness 43
Electives 513

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI101General Biology4
BI102General Biology4
BI103General Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
HE250Personal Health3
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH111H College Algebra w/Honors
MTH241Calculus for Bus and Soc Science I4
or MTH112 Trigonometry
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
or WR227 Report Writing
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses9
4 Social Science courses12
Electives 214

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ECON201Microeconomics4
ECON202Macroeconomics4
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH111H College Algebra w/Honors
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
PHL102Ethics3
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR227Report Writing3
1 Speech course 13
2 Arts & Letters courses (at least 1 different prefix than PHL)6
2 Social Science courses (different prefix than ECON)6
Health, Wellness, and Fitness 23

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

ANTH221Intro to Cultural Anthropology I 13
ANTH222Cultural Anthropology II 13
ART204History of Western Art: Introduction to Art History3
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ENG107World Literature 13
or ENG107H World Literature w/Honors
ENG108World Literature 13
ENG109World Literature 13
HST101History of Western Civilization3
HST102History of Western Civilization3
HST103History of Western Civilization3
HUM204World Mythology & Religion 13
HUM205World Mythology & Religion 13
HUM206World Mythlgy & Religion 13
MTH105Math in Society4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 23
Second-Year Foreign Language sequence12
3 Lab Science courses12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness 33
Electives 47

GEOGRAPHY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
GEOG105Cultural Geography 13
GEOG209Physical Geography Weather/Climate4
GEOG265Intro to Geographical Info Systems3
GEOG270Adv Topics in Geog Info Systems3
GEOG275Fundamentals of Cartography3
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH111H College Algebra w/Honors
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 23
3 Lab Science courses12
3 Arts & Letters courses9
3 Social Science courses9
Health, Wellness, and Fitness 33
Electives 417

GEOLOGY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
G145Regional Field Geology3
G201Physical Geology I4
G202Physical Geology II4
G203Historical Geology4
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
MTH252Calculus II Integral Calculus4
or MTH252H Calculus II w/Honors
MTH253Calculus III Infinite Sequences And Series4
or MTH253H Calculus III w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
or PH211 General Physics w/Calculus I
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
or PH212 General Physics w/Calculus II
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
or PH213 General Physics w/Calculus III
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
4 Social Science courses12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness 23

HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

AH152Medical Law and Ethics2
BA211Principles of Accounting I4
BA212Principles of Accounting II4
BA285Human Relations in Organizations3
BI231Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
BI234Microbiology4
CHEM110Foundations of General, Organic, and Biochemistry 14-5
or CHEM221 General Chemistry I
ECON201Microeconomics4
ECON202Macroeconomics4
HE250Personal Health3
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH111H College Algebra w/Honors
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR227Report Writing3
1 Speech course 23
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
1 Social Science course3
Electives 318-19

HISTORY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives 

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ECON201Microeconomics4
ECON202Macroeconomics4
HST101History of Western Civilization3
HST102History of Western Civilization3
HST103History of Western Civilization3
HST201History of the United States3
HST202History of the United States3
HST203History of the United States3
MTH105Math in Society4
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
Second-Year foreign language sequence12
1 Speech course 13
3 Lab Science courses12
1 Arts & Letters course (other than foreign language prefix) 3
Health, Wellness, and Fitness 23
Electives 310

HORTICULTURE

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

ART115Basic Design I, Intro to Elements Elements Of Art & Prin Of Design4
BI101General Biology4
BI102General Biology4
BI103General Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ENV110Introduction Environmental Science3
ENV145Environmental Sampling3
ENV235Introduction to Soil Science4
MTH105Math in Society4
SP218Interpersonal Communication3
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR227Report Writing3
2 Arts & Letters courses6
4 Social Science courses12
PE/Wellness courses 13
Electives 218

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM, & RECREATION

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BA101Introduction to Business4
BA211Principles of Accounting I4
BA212Principles of Accounting II4
BA213Principles of Accounting III Managerial Accounting4
BA285Human Relations in Organizations3
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ECON201Microeconomics4
ECON202Macroeconomics4
MTH105Math in Society4
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
or WR227 Report Writing
1 Speech course 13
3 Lab Science courses12
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
2 Social Science courses (different prefix from ECON)6
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 39

HUMAN SERVICES/SOCIAL WORK

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
HS100Introduction to Human Services3
HS154Community Resources3
HS155Interviewing Theory and Techniques4
MTH105Math in Society4
or MTH111 College Algebra
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY203General Psychology3
or PSY203H General Psychology w/Honors
SOC204Introduction to Sociology3
SOC206Social Problems and Issues3
or SOC205 Social Institutions and Change
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
or WR227 Report Writing
1 Speech course 13
3 Lab Science courses12
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 317

INTERIOR DESIGN

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

ART115Basic Design I, Intro to Elements Elements Of Art & Prin Of Design4
ART116Basic Design II, Color Theory4
ART117Basic Design III, Intro to 3D Design4
BA101Introduction to Business4
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
CIS125DMDigital Media Applications3
DD160Digital Design Orientation3
DD250Projects in Digital Media3
ECON201Microeconomics4
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH105 Math in Society
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
or WR227 Report Writing
1 Art History course 13
1 Speech course 23
3 Lab Science courses12
3 Social Science courses (one different prefix from ECON)9
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 33
Electives 411

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
HST101History of Western Civilization3
HST102History of Western Civilization3
HST103History of Western Civilization3
HUM204World Mythology & Religion 13
HUM205World Mythology & Religion 13
HUM206World Mythlgy & Religion 13
MTH105Math in Society4
or MTH111 College Algebra
PS205Intrnl Relations: US Foreign Policy In The 20Th Century3
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
Second year foreign language courses 212
1 Speech course 33
3 Lab Science courses12
1 Arts & Letters course 43
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 53
Electives 619

JOURNALISM

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
CIS125DMDigital Media Applications3
ECON201Microeconomics4
ECON202Macroeconomics4
ENG104Introduction to Literature Fiction3
ENG105Introduction to Literature Drama3
ENG106Introduction to Literature Poetry3
HST101History of Western Civilization3
HST102History of Western Civilization3
HST103History of Western Civilization3
J203Writing for Media I3
J205Writing for Media II3
J215Publishing Lab3
MTH105Math in Society4
or MTH111 College Algebra
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Lab Science courses12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 317

MEDICAL IMAGING

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

AH111Medical Terminology I3
AH112Medical Terminology II3
BA285Human Relations in Organizations3
BI231Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
BI232Human Anatomy and Physiology II4
BI233Human Anatomy and Physiology III4
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
CHEM110Foundations of General, Organic, and Biochemistry4
or CHEM221 General Chemistry I
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH111H College Algebra w/Honors
MTH112Trigonometry4
or MTH112H Trigonometry w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY203General Psychology3
or PSY203H General Psychology w/Honors
SP111Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
SP218Interpersonal Communication3
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR227Report Writing3
3 Arts & Letters courses (different prefix than SP)9
1 Social Science course (different prefix than PSY)3
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 13

MEDICINE

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
MTH252Calculus II Integral Calculus4
or MTH252H Calculus II w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY203General Psychology3
or PSY203H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
1 Social Science course (different prefix than PSY)3
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 34

MICROBIOLOGY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
MTH252Calculus II Integral Calculus4
or MTH252H Calculus II w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
4 Social Science courses (two different prefixes)12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 34

MUSIC

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

MTH105Math in Society4
MUS111Music Theory I3
MUS112Music Theory II3
MUS113Music Theory III3
MUS114Aural Skills I1
MUS115Aural Skills I1
MUS116Aural Skills I1
MUS211Advanced Music Theory I3
MUS212Advanced Music Theory II3
MUS213Advanced Music Theory III3
MUP Ensemble courses 16-12
MUP Individual Lessons 23-6
MUS History/Culture course 33
1 Speech course 43
3 Lab Science courses12
2nd year Foreign Language sequence12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 53
Electives 14 to 23 credits 623

NUTRITION

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
FN225Nutrition4
HE250Personal Health3
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY203General Psychology3
or PSY203H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
or WR227 Report Writing
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
1 Social Science course (different prefix than PSY)3
Electives 29

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives.  Prerequisites vary widely by school. Research specific schools that interest you to be sure you meet any additional requirements.

BI231Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
BI232Human Anatomy and Physiology II4
BI233Human Anatomy and Physiology III4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CIS120Concepts of Computing4
MTH105Math in Society4
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PSY201General Psychology3
PSY237Life Span Development3
PSY239Introduction to Abnormal Psychology3
SOC204Introduction to Sociology3
SOC205Social Institutions and Change3
or SOC206 Social Problems and Issues
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses9
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 317

OPTOMETRY

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH111H College Algebra w/Honors
MTH112Trigonometry4
or MTH112H Trigonometry w/Honors
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR227Report Writing3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
2 Social Science courses (prefix different than PSY)6
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23

PHARMACY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
ECON201Microeconomics4
or ECON202 Macroeconomics
MTH111College Algebra4
or MTH111H College Algebra w/Honors
MTH112Trigonometry4
or MTH112H Trigonometry w/Honors
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
PSY201General Psychology3
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR227Report Writing3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
2 Social Science courses6
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23

PHILOSOPHY

 Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
MTH105Math in Society4
PHL101Introduction to Philosophy Philosophical Problems3
PHL102Ethics3
PHL103Intro to Logic and Critical Thnkg3
PS202American Government Policy Issues3
SP220Gender and Communication 13
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
2nd Year Foreign Language12
1 Speech course 23
3 Lab Science courses12
3 Social Sciences courses (one not PS prefix)9
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 33
Electives 419

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH111College Algebra4
MTH112Trigonometry4
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR227Report Writing3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
3 Social Science courses (one not PSY prefix)9
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23

PHYSICS

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH251Calculus I Differential Calculus4
or MTH251H Calculus I w/Honors
MTH252Calculus II Integral Calculus4
or MTH252H Calculus II w/Honors
MTH253Calculus III Infinite Sequences And Series4
or MTH253H Calculus III w/Honors
MTH254Vector Calculus I4
or MTH254H Vector Calculus I w/Honors
MTH255Vector Calculus II4
MTH256Differential Equations4
PH211General Physics w/Calculus I5
PH212General Physics w/Calculus II5
PH213General Physics w/Calculus III5
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
4 Social Science courses (two different prefixes)12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
MTH105Math in Society4
or MTH111 College Algebra
PHL101Introduction to Philosophy Philosophical Problems3
PHL102Ethics3
PHL103Intro to Logic and Critical Thnkg3
PS201American Government Political Institutions3
PS202American Government Policy Issues3
PS203Local Politics and Government3
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
2nd year Foreign Language sequence12
1 Speech course 13
3 Lab Science courses12
1 Social Science course (different prefix than PS)3
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 322

PSYCHOLOGY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
MTH105Math in Society4
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
PHL102Ethics3
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY203General Psychology3
or PSY203H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 13
3 Lab Science courses (Biological or Physical)12
2 Arts & Letters courses (one different prefix from PHL)6
1 Social Science course (different prefix than PSY)3
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 23
Electives 330

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
GEOG105Cultural Geography 13
HST101History of Western Civilization3
HST102History of Western Civilization3
HST103History of Western Civilization3
HUM204World Mythology & Religion 13
HUM205World Mythology & Religion 13
HUM206World Mythlgy & Religion 13
MTH105Math in Society4
PHL102Ethics3
PHL103Intro to Logic and Critical Thnkg3
PSY201General Psychology3
or PSY201H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY202General Psychology3
or PSY202H General Psychology w/Honors
PSY203General Psychology3
or PSY203H General Psychology w/Honors
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 23
3 Lab Science courses12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 33
Electives 419

SOCIOLOGY

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

CIS120Concepts of Computing4
ENG107World Literature 13
or ENG107H World Literature w/Honors
ENG108World Literature 13
ENG109World Literature 13
GEOG105Cultural Geography 13
HST201History of the United States3
HST202History of the United States3
HST203History of the United States3
MTH105Math in Society4
or MTH111 College Algebra
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
SOC204Introduction to Sociology3
SOC205Social Institutions and Change3
SOC206Social Problems and Issues3
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
1 Speech course 23
3 Lab Science courses12
1 Arts & Letters course (different prefix from ENG)3
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 33
Electives 418

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Suggested courses to meet AAOT requirements and electives

BI201Introductory Biology4
BI202Introductory Biology4
BI203Introductory Biology4
CHEM221General Chemistry I5
CHEM222General Chemistry II5
CHEM223General Chemistry III5
MTH112Trigonometry4
MTH243Intro to Probability and Statistics Statistics4
PH201Gen Physics I: Mechanics5
PH202General Physics II: Heat, Waves, Relativity5
PH203General Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism5
SP111Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
WR121English Composition3
or WR121H English Composition w/Honors
WR122English Composition3
or WR122H English Composition w/Honors
WR123English Composition3
or WR227 Report Writing
3 Arts & Letters courses (two different prefixes)9
4 Social Science courses (two different prefixes)12
Health, Wellness, and Fitness. 13
Electives 24