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OREGON EXTENSION
 
AREA OF STUDY               COURSE NAME


ALS-A
ART 396                             Perspectives on the Intersection of Art and Society (also a WRI) - segment 2 course

ALS-L
BIST 397                             Human Condition  - Theological Perspective   
LIT 397                                Human Condition - Literary Perspective
LIT 397                                Nature Writing for a Sustainable World (also a WRI) - segment 3 course
LIT 398                                Religion & Faith  - Literary Perspective
LIT 398                                Modern Society - Literary Perspective
LIT 398                                Literary Perspectives on the Human Person (also an ORC) - segment 4 course

 

BTS-T                                               
BIST 396                             Selected Social Issues in Biblical Perspective (also a WRI) - segment two course
BIST 387                             Topics in the Study of Religion (also ORC)
BIST 398                             Biblical Perspectives on the Human Person - segment four course
REL 398                              Religious Perspectives on the Human Person - segment four course
                           

HWC
HIST 395                             The Contemporary World (Selected Issues in Contemporary World History) 
HIST 395                              Historical Perspectives on the Natural World - segment one course
HIST 396                              Topics in the Intersection of Art & Society (also WRI) 
HIST 396                              Social Thought in Historical Perspective - segment two course
HIST 398                              Historical Perspectives on the Human Person (also an ORC) - segment 4 course
History                                  Prospective of Human Condition

 

HBS
POL 396                               Modern Political Thought
SOC 395                               Social Thought on the Natural World - segment one course 
Sociology                              Modern Social Theory


ORC
BIST 398                              Topics in Christian Theology
BIST 398                              Topics in the Study of Religion (also BTS-T)
HIST 395                              Selected Issues in World History
HIST 398                              Historical Perspectives on the Human Person (also an HWC) - segment 4 course
LIT                                        Religion & Faith – Literary Perspective
LIT 398                                 Literary Perspectives on the Human Person (also an ALS-L) - segment 4 course
 
WRI
ART 396                               Perspectives on the Intersection of Art and Society (also a WRI) - segment 2 course
BIST 396                              Selected Social Issues in Biblical Perspective (also a BTS-T) - segment two course
COMM 399                           Rhetoric and Composition
HIST 396                              Topics in the Intersection of Art & Society (also HWC)
LIT 397                                 Nature Writing for a Sustainable World (also an ALS-L) - segment 3 course
LIT 399                                 Composition and Rhetoric
SOC 396                              Topics in Modern Social Theory
POL                                      Modern Political Thought
PSY 3970E                           Psychological Perspectives on the Human Experience"

EIN
Phil397                                  Philosophical Perspectives on the Human Condition
 
IST
Sci 397                                  Scientific Perspectives on the Human Condition
Segment 3                             What Is A Sustainable World? (OR SED) - segment three course

SED
Segment 3                             What Is A Sustainable World? (OR IST)  - segment three course

BIO 397                                 Forest Management for a Sustainable World (Lab Science) - segment three course

SPM
PEG 399                                Wilderness Recreation



THESE HAVE HISTORICALLY BEEN OFFERED, BUT WE CANNOT GUARANTEE OFFERINGS AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION.
**Only ONE course may be taken off-campus in each of these requirements:  Historical Studies in Western Culture (HWC),
   Studies in Human Behavior and Society (HBS) or Studies in Natural Science (NST, NSL/IST, SED).