Fall Term 2010

OSU Enews

Course Flash

Published by: OSU Extended Campus
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon; Vol. 12, #4

Fall Edition - August 18, 2010
ecampus.oregonstate.edu
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Important dates and announcements

Registration information

Fall 2010
Term begins: September 27
Check out the fall term schedule of classes.

Winter 2011
Registration begins: November 14
Term begins: January 3
Check out the winter term schedule of classes.

Order your textbooks early from the OSU Bookstore to ensure you receive them before the term starts.


New degree programs launched fall term

New online B.A./B.S. in Economics now available!

CoinsAccording to OSU economics professor Patrick Emerson, “An economics degree is one of the most versatile and useful degrees a student can get.  It provides a student with a set of marketable quantitative and analytical skills that are in demand in a wide array of occupations.”

Learn more...



New online graduate certificate in Management for Science Professionals

Test tubesOur new 18-credit graduate certificate is ideal for anyone in a science-related field interested in advancing into a managerial position.

Learn more...



New courses and program highlights

Several new Horticulture courses begin fall term

HorticultureOur new online bachelor's in Horticulture has resulted in a variety of newly developed courses that fit into this degree program, or which can be taken as electives:

  • HORT 112: Introduction to Horticulture Systems, Practices and Careers (2)
  • HORT 226: Landscape Plant Materials (3)
  • HORT 314: Principles of Turfgrass Maintenance (4)
  • HORT 316: Plant Nutrition (4)

Find out more about earning a bachelor's degree in Horticulture...


Course variety abounds in new online bachelor's degree in Women Studies

Women

Did you know that you can now get an online bachelor's degree (B.A./B.S.) in Women Studies through OSU Extended Campus?

The following courses are new for fall term and fit into the Women Studies degree program or can be taken as electives:

  • WS 465: Women, Weight & Body Image (3)
  • WS 540: Women & Natural Resources (3)

Find out more about the bachelor's degree in Women Studies... 


New Fisheries and Wildlife courses begin fall term

Fisheries & Wildlife

  • FW 107: Orientation to Fisheries and Wildlife (1)
  • FW 439: Human Dimensions of Fisheries and Wildlife Management (3)
  • FW 458/558: Mammal Conservation and Management (4)

These courses fit into the Fisheries and Wildlife degree offered through Ecampus.

View all FW course descriptions and syllabi...


Time Travelers: An Introduction to Modern Archaeology

Archaeology

ANTH 230

Have you ever wanted to travel back in time? This course will introduce you to the historical development of modern archaeology. The nature of archaeological theory, data, modern field methods, and analytical techniques will be reviewed in order to elucidate how the unwritten record of human cultural behavior is deciphered.

This course fits into the Anthropology degree offered through Ecampus.

View course description and syllabus...


The Political Bible: Literary Approaches to Scriptural Power

BibleENG 399

According to the instructor, Gilad Elbom, "This class will focus on some of the ways in which the Bible establishes human authority. We will read some famous biblical stories in which God plays a supporting role, maintaining a presence in the background, while the action revolves around power relations between men and women, kings and subjects, prophets and disciples, writers and readers."

View course description and syllabus...


Looking for more fall courses?

Whether you need a Bacc Core course or interesting elective, Ecampus has over 45 new or recently updated online courses to choose from this fall.

View a list of all new and updated courses for fall 2010...

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