George Fox University

Degree Completion 2010-2011

Degrees:

Bachelor of Arts in Management and Organizational Leadership

Bachelor of Science in Technology Management

Bachelor of Science in Project Management

Bachelor of Arts in Health Administration

Bachelor of Arts in Social and Behavioral Sciences

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In order to begin evening/weekend schedule courses at George Fox, you must have at least 31 semester or 47 quarter hours of credit.

For admission to a major cohort you need at least 62 semester or 93 quarter credits. If you have less, you will need to complete some general education courses. Contact an admissions counselor for a free evaluation of your credits at 503-554-6165. Most PCC courses with letter prefix and numbered 100-299 are acceptable with the following exceptions: Technical courses and those with numbers less than 100 will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis.  A maximum of 18 quarter hours of practicum or Cooperative Work Experience will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis.

‣ Complete an application for admission (available online)
‣ Have 31 or more transferable semester hours for General Education courses
‣ Have 62 or more transferable semester hours for Major courses
‣ Provide Personal and Academic/Professional Reference forms
‣ Submit sealed, official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended
‣ Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
‣ Have a minimum of five years post-high school work experience (documented with a resume)
‣ Submit an application fee of $40.00
‣ Students applying to the Major must submit a written essay that demonstrates competency needed for success in
the program. This requirement is waived for students who have completed MGOL 260 Personal and Professional
Assessment.

Each cohort consists of approximately 20 students. Courses are designed with the working adult in mind. They meet one evening a week from 6pm-10pm and six or seven Saturday mornings from 8 am to noon. Each course lasts for 8 weeks.

General Education for the Degree Completion Program for those students not completing the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree (AAOT)

University Requirement PCC Equivalent Credits
Communication: Must include at least 1 writing class. All students must submit a writing sample prior to admission to the major. Students with insufficient writing skills may be asked to take additional writing courses.

Choose 9 credits (at least 1 writing class) from:

WR 115-123; 185-248 (at least WR 122 recommended)

BA 205

CJA 230, 244

J 103, 201

MM 270

SP 100-215, 227, 237

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Health and Physical Education: (wellness, stress management, nutrition, physical activity courses) No more than 2 semester or 3 quarter credits in any one subject will be accepted in PE

All PE prefixed courses

AD 101, 102

D 120-292

EMS 105, 106, 120, 240-252

FN 110, 225, 270

FT 102, 103

HE 110-250, 252, 254, 262, 264

HPE 295

 

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Humanities:Humanities courses generally are from the areas of Art, Ethics, History, Literature, Philosophy, Music, and Theatre. Students must have credits from at least two different areas.

Of the 12 semester credits, up to 6 semester credits may be from areas considered to be “Fine Arts”--Art, Music, and Theatre. Of the 6 Fine Arts credits, up to 3 credits may be of an applied nature (i.e., acting, sculpting,drawing, etc.).

Only one Bible course (up to 3 semester credits) may be used in the Humanities area.

Up to 6 semester credits of a foreign language can count toward the Humanities requirement, as long as it is a 200-level course or higher.

 

Any 200-level foreign language (9 quarter credit limit, excludes ASL)

ATH 103, 207-209, 230-232, 234 (9 quarter credit limit and Social Science must be already fulfilled)

CHLA 201-203 (4 quarter credit limit)

ENG 104-275

GEO 105, 204, 230, 250

HST 101-106, 201-203, 218, 246, 247, 274-276, 278, 279, 284, 285. Up to 4 cr. of HST 204-206, 240, 270, 277

HUM 100, 201-221

PHL 191-208, 210-298

R 210

SOC 234

Up to 1 course of WS 101, 201, 202

Fine Arts: no more than 9 quarter credits

ART: 101-103, 204-217

MUS: 105-113, (courses designated with a "C" are Applied Arts) 201- 210. 214

TA: 101, 274

Applied Arts: No more than 4 quarter credits

ART:115-131, 140-143, 181-197, 218-237, 248-294

MUP: 100-293

MUS: 111C,112C, 113C, 131-158, 190-195, 211-213, 220, 221

TA: 111-261, 290

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Mathematics

Choose 4-5 credits from:

MTH 105, all other MTH courses above 105

 

4-5
Natural Science (must include a lab)

BI 101-213, 231-234

CH 100-106, 211-243

ESR 160-173

G 200- 203, 291

GS 106- 109

PHY 101- 213

4-5
Social Science

ATH 101-298

CJA: 225

EC 200-285

GEO: 105-206, 230-250

HEC 226

HUM: 202

PS: 111-298

PSY 101-298

SOC 204-298

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PCC endeavors to create accurate transfer guides for students; however, requirements may change without notice. Students are responsible for working with PCC advisors and their transfer institution to ensure that their academic plan will meet requirements and timelines.

Last updated: February 2011