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Weekend College (WEC) courses are regularly delivered remotely or in-person at the EOU La Grande campus or at EOU Centers around the state. WEC’s most often meet for a single weekend on Friday evening and all day Saturday (Sunday, too, if it’s 3 credits), with additional pre- or post-coursework delivered through Canvas; credits earned typically range from 2-4 in most classes. Many disciplines offer these courses, and most courses may be used for major requirements and/or General Education graduation requirements. Contact your academic advisor with any questions about how these WEC’s might work best for you. Go to your College Scheduler or Mountie Hub for individual WEC course details and to register!
General Education Abbreviations: AEH – Aesthetics and Humanities APC – Artistic Process and Creation SMI – Natural, Mathematical & Informational Sciences SSC – Social Sciences GTW – Gateway
This class offers instruction on the preparation of a learning essay packet designed to demonstrate the knowledge a student has acquired through work experience and other formal or informal learning. APEL involves the documentation of learning experiences which were not under a college’s sponsorship, but are deemed equivalent to college-level learning; i.e., on-the-job experience, community service, personal study, travel or training sponsored by an agency other than a college.
Location: Chemeketa Community College 4000 Lancaster Dr NE, Salem, OR 97305 in Building 8, Room 117Credits: 4Date & Time: May 5 (9am-5pm), May 6 (9am-5pm) Instructor: Terry Walters Pre-Req: None
Examines the commercial and alternative news media, how bias and distortion in news are expressed and how they affect content. The object of this course is to provide students with a framework for understanding commercial news media and their effect on political processes and public opinion. Topics include media ‘bias’, propaganda and persuasion, press freedom, fake news, ‘filtering’ pressures, and news media literacy
Location: EOU Central Oregon @ Central Oregon Community College – Cascades Hall, 2600 NW College Way, Bend, OR 97703 Credits: 2Date & Time: April 28 (7pm-10pm), April 29 (9am-5pm)Instructor: Grigsby WilliamPre-Req: None, SOC 205 recommended.
This Weekend College format class, to be held at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem, provides students with a focused overview of the relationship between the legislative process and budgetary politics in Oregon. The course, team-taught with Senator Bill Hansell (R-District 29, Athena), will examine the processes and procedures, along with the political culture, underlying the budgetary implications of the Oregon legislative process.
Location: SalemCredits: 2Date & Time: April 20 (8am-5pm), April 21 (8am-12noon) Instructor: Jeff DensePre-Req: Upper division standing or consent of instructor.
Students will be introduced to how Young Adult Literature (YAL) has evolved in regards to Native Americans, and help students discuss YAL in meaningful ways
Location: BMCC 2411 NW Carden Ave Pendleton, OR 97801 in Pioneer Hall Room 132Credits: 2Date & Time: May 12 (5pm-8pm), May 13 (9am-6pm) Instructor: Althea WolfPre-Req: None
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