Oregon Transfer Module (OTM)

Overview

The Oregon Transfer Module represents approximately half (45 credits) of an associate degree. Students do not earn a degree or certificate, but any student successfully completing an OTM will be able to transfer their first year of general education requirements to any Oregon community college or public four-year Oregon university. Some private colleges or universities may apply. Students must check degree and course requirements with schools they wish to transfer to.

 

Program Requirements

  • Writing: WR121 and either WR122, WR123 or WR227.
  • Oral Communication: Students must complete one course in the fundamentals of speech or communication. This course cannot be used to meet the Arts & Letters discipline requirement.
  • Mathematics: Students must complete one course in college-level mathematics, for which MTH095 Intermediate Algebra is a prerequisite. This course cannot be used to meet the Math/Science requirement.

Institutional Requirements

  • Earn a "C" grade or higher on all Clatsop Community College coursework.
  • Have earned a "C" grade or higher on all coursework transferred from other institutions that is to be included in a Clatsop Community College OTM, degree or certificate.
  • You may apply a maximum of 12 credits of “pass” grades toward the OTM. However, Foundational Skills courses must be taken for a grade.
  • Complete at least 12 credits at Clatsop Community College.

Discipline Requirements

  • Arts & Letters: Students must complete three courses chosen from two or more disciplines.
  • Social Science: Students must complete three courses chosen from two or more disciplines.
  • Science/Mathematics: Students must complete at least two courses totaling at least ten credits, including at least one laboratory course in biological or physical science.

Arts and Letters

ARCH215History of Pacific Northwest Architecture

3

ARCH216Northwest Architects

3

ART115Basic Design I

3

ART116Basic Design II

3

ART117Basic Design III

3

ART131Fundamentals of Drawing

3

ART132Life Drawing

3

ART133Expressive Drawing

3

ART161Intro to Photography I

3

ART162Intro to Photography II

3

ART163Intro to Photography III

3

ART204History of Western Art I

3

ART205History of Western Art II

3

ART206History of Western Art III

3

ART225Graphic Design I

3

ART226Graphic Design II

3

ASL201American Sign Language - Conversational Skills

3

COM111Fundamentals of Public Speaking

4

COM112Persuasion

4

COM115Intercultural Communication

4

COM130Business and Professional Speaking

3

COM218Interpersonal Communication

4

COM219Small Group Discussion

4

ENG104Introduction to Literature - Fiction

3

ENG106Introduction to Literature - Poetry

3

ENG110Introduction to Film Studies

4

ENG201Introduction to Shakespeare

4

ENG204English Literature - Medieval

4

ENG205English Literature - Renaissance

4

ENG206English Literature - Victorian and Modern

4

ENG220Multi-Cultural American Literature

4

ENG221Introduction to Children's Literature

4

ENG253Survey of American Literature: Pre-Civil War

4

ENG254Survey of American Literature: Post-Civil War

4

ENG263Autism in Literature

4

ENG265Gothic Literature

4

ENG271World Literature: Ancient World

4

ENG272World Literature: Medieval-Renaissance

4

ENG273World Literature Africa Asia South America

4

FR201Second Year French

4

FR202Second Year French

4

FR203Second Year French

4

HUM101Introduction to Humanities I

4

HUM102Introduction to Humanities III

4

HUM103Introduction to Humanities III

4

MUS105Music Appreciation

3

MUS206Introduction to the History of Rock Music

3

PHL101Philosophical Problems

3

PHL102Ethics

3

PHL103Critical Reasoning

3

R201Great Religions of the World I

3

R202Great Religions of the World II

3

R203Great Religions of the World III

3

SPAN201Second Year Spanish I

4

SPAN202Second Year Spanish II

4

SPAN203Second Year Spanish III

4

WR240Creative Writing - Nonfiction

3

WR241Creative Writing - Fiction

3

WR242Creative Writing - Poetry

3

WR249Writing Children's Books

4

WR270Literary Publishing

4

WR271Advanced Literary Publications

4

Social Science

ANTH101Introduction to Biological Anthropology

4

ANTH102Introduction to Archaeology

4

ANTH103Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

4

EC201Principles of Economics I

4

EC202Principles of Economics II

4

HFS226

3

HST101History of Western Civilization I

3

HST102History of Western Civilization II

3

HST103History of Western Civilization III

3

HST104World History I: Ancient and Early Middle Ages

4

HST105World History II: Late Middle and Early Modern Ages'

4

HST106World History III: The Modern and Contemporary World

4

HST201History of The United States I

3

HST202History of The United States II

3

HST203History of the United States III

3

HST218Native American History

3

HST245Lewis & Clark Course of Discovery

3

HST277History of the Oregon Trail

3

PHL208Political Philosophy

3

PS201American Government I

3

PS202American Government II

3

PS203State and Local Government

3

PS205International Politics

3

PSY101Psychology of Human Relations

3

PSY190Stress Theory and Management

3

PSY201General Psychology I

3

PSY202General Psychology II

3

PSY203General Psychology III

3

PSY215Introduction to Developmental Psychology

3

PSY216Social Psychology

3

PSY219Introduction to Abnormal Psychology

3

SOC204Introduction to Sociology

4

SOC205Social Issues

4

SOC225Global Issues

4

WGS110

4

WGS201Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies

4

WGS210Cultural Perspective of Women of Color

4

WGS230Women and Social Action

4

Science/Mathematics

ANTH217Shipwreck Archaeology

4

BI101General Biology - Emphasis on Ecology

4

BI102General Biology - Emphasis on Biological Diversity

4

BI103General Biology - Emphasis on Behavior

4

BI143Marine Biology

4

BI211Principles of Biology I

5

BI212Principles of Biology II

5

BI213Principles of Biology III

5

BI222Human Genetics

3

BI231Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4

BI232Human Anatomy and Physiology II

4

BI233Human Anatomy and Physiology III

4

BI234Introduction to Microbiology

4

BOT101Botany

4

CH104Introductory Chemistry

4

CH105Introductory Chemistry II

4

CH106

4

CH221General Chemistry I

5

CH222General Chemistry II

5

CH223General Chemistry III

5

ES160Techniques in Environmental Information Analysis

4

ES202Applied Environmental Studies: Prepartation for Problem Solving

4

GS104Physical Science - Physics

4

GS105Physical Science - Chemistry

4

GS106Physical Science - Geology

4

GS108Physical Science - Oceanography

4

GS109Physical Science - Meteorology

4

GS112Chemistry & Cell Biology

5

GS120Physical Science - Atmospheric

4

GS161Field Biology of Oregon

3

MTH105Math in Society

4

MTH111College Algebra

4

MTH112Elementary Functions - Trigonometry

4

MTH116Pre-Calculus

4

MTH211Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics I

4

MTH212Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics II

4

MTH213Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics III

4

MTH243Introduction to Probability and Statistcs I

4

MTH244Introduction to Probability and Statistcs II

4

MTH251Calculus I

5

MTH252Calculus II

4

MTH253Calculus III

4

PH201General Physics I

5

PH202General Physics II

5

PH203General Physics III

5

PH211General Physics with Calculus I

5

PH212General Physics with Calculus II

5

PH213General Physics with Calculus III

5