Winter Term 2007

OSU Enews

Course Flash

Published by: OSU Extended Campus
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon; Vol. 8, #9
Winter Edition - November 16, 2006
http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu
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Registration Information

Winter term registration for returning students began Nov. 12; new students can register starting December 2. Winter term classes start January 8, 2007.


New Ecampus Courses

New Courses in Liberal Arts

native dancerES 544, PHL 440/540, WR 323, WR 324

How do the historical ramifications of Native American treaties fit into today’s world? Find out in ES 544. Study ethics as they pertain to contemporary environmental issues in PHL 440. Get back to the basics of writing in WR 323. Study and discuss the craft of short story writing, and become a short story author in WR 324. For individual course details, click on links above.


Discover the World of Geosciences

pinnacle rocksGEO 101, GEO 221, GEO 580

Interested in learning about the processes that cause earthquakes, floods, and other natural disasters? You’ll study these issues as well as the geologic composition of the earth, and geologic time in GEO 101 and GEO 221. GEO 580, Advanced GIS Applications, is part of the professional certificate in GISciences offered through Ecampus and the department of Geosciences. For individual course details, click on links above.


Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences

desert nomadATS 320

What is the “forecast” for the Earth’s climate? What, if anything, can be done about anticipated climate changes? Learn the fundamentals of atmospheric science including the factors that influence climate and climate change, and the problems associated with the prediction process in ATS 320, Man’s Impact on Climate. For individual course details, click on links above.


Sustainable Natural Resources

treesSNR 511X, 522X, 530X, 532X, 533X

As part of the new Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Natural Resources, these 1-3 credit courses provide insight into the world of sustainability as it applies to our natural resources. Learn about global ecosystems and the factors that maintain diversity, study the philosophies of current resource management, learn basic principles of agroforestry and much more. For individual course details, click on links above.


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