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Weekend Colleges at EOU

Weekend Colleges

Weekend College (WEC) courses are regularly offered onsite at EOU regional centers across the state. The credit value of the courses may vary, but most are 2 or 3 credits. WEC’s usually meet for one weekend on Friday evening and all day Saturday (Sunday, too, if it’s a 3 credit course), with additional pre- or post-coursework delivered through Canvas. 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 Webster for all 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

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Summer 2019

POLS 310 - Political Economy of Music Festivals – 13253 – 101

Location: Held in Conjunction with the Waterfront Blues Festival. Attendance at the event is required.
Credits: 1 – 6
Date & Time: July 5 (7-10pm), July 6 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Jeffrey L Dense
Pre-Req: Upper Division standing or consent from Instructor

 

SOC 310 – Stigma: Culture & Identities – 13245 – 101

Location: This class will meet at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon 26000 SE Stark St, Gresham, OR 97030. Building and room: ACC 3313.
Credits: 2
Date & Time: July 19 (6-9pm), July 20 (9am – 5pm)
Instructor: Jennifer Nicole Puentes
Pre-Req: May be required for some topics

 

POLS 316 – Politics and Beer – 13252 – 101

The recent economic downturn highlights the underlying political character of the craft brew industry. In particular, questions of taxation, bureaucratic regulation, government relations and economic development surround the brewing industry in the United States. This course examines the political economy of the craft beer industry, with a focus on the state of Oregon.
Location: Held in conjunction with Oregon Brewers Festival. Must be 21 at the time of class. Site TBA.
Credits: 2
Date & Time: July 26 (7-10pm), July 27 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Jeffrey L Dense
Pre-Req: Student must be 21 years of age to attend community event as part of weekend course work (attendance mandatory).

 

POLS 317 – Beer and Tourism – 13122 – 101

The craft brewing industry’s impact on tourism provides a salient economic development opportunity for a variety of domestic and international locales. This course examines the political economy underlying the relationship between the craft brewing and tourism industries.
Location: Held in conjunction with the Bend Brewfest. Attendance at the event is required to receive credit for the course. Must be 21 at the time of the class.
Credits: 2
Date & Time: August 16 (7-10pm), August 17 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Jeffrey L Dense
Pre-Req: Student must be 21 years of age to attend

 

COM 320 – Speaking In Modern Organizations *AEH – 13171 – 101

Students develop speaking skills shown to assist them most in daily on the job situations.
Location: This course will meet in Hermiston, Oregon at the Eastern Oregon Center for Higher Education, Room 137, 975 SE Columbia Dr., Hermiston, OR 97838.
Credits: 3
Date & Time: August 2 (7-10pm), August 3 (9am-5pm), August 4 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: April M Curtis
Pre-Req: College level public speaking course, equivalent, or consent of instructor. Student must have at least sophomore standing to register for this course.

 

 

Fall 2019

APEL 390 – Portfolio Devel – 34631 – 101

Location: Online
Credits: 4
Date & Time: September 25 – December 13
Instructor: Priscilla Marie Valero
Pre-Req:

 

APEL 390 – Portfolio Devel – 34632 – 101

Location: Salem Campus; Building 8, Room 117
Credits: 4
Date & Time: October 25 (9am-5pm) , October 26 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Priscilla Marie Valero
Pre-Req:

 

COM 330 – Are You Listening*AEH – 34474 – 101

Location: This course will be held at Central Oregon Community College Campus 2600 NW College Way, in Bend, OR 97703.
Credits: 3
Date & Time: October 18 (7-10pm), October 19 (9am-5pm), October 20 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Joel Bonney
Pre-Req: None. COM 111 recommended. Student must have at least sophomore standing.

 

POLS 315 – Globalization And Beer – 34993 – 101

Location: Portland Campus
Credits: 2
Date & Time: November 29 (7-10pm), November 30 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Jeffrey L Dense
Pre-Req: Student must be 21 years of age to attend community event as part of weekend course work (attendance mandatory).

 

Winter 2020

ANTH 330 – Ethnology of Hunters & Gatherers*SSC – 65748 -101

Location: This course will meet in Pendleton Oregon at the Blue Mountain Community College campus 2411 NW Carden Ave. Pendleton, Oregon 97801.
Credits: 2
Date & Time: March 06 (6-9pm), March 07 (9am-4pm)
Instructor: Linda Janine Reed-Jerofke
Pre-Req: None, but anthropology and/or social science courses strongly recommended. Students must have at least sophomore standing to register for this course.

 

APEL 390 – Portfolio Devel – 65771 – 102

Location: Online
Credits: 4
Date & Time: Jan 06, 2020 – March 20, 2020
Instructor: Priscilla Marie Valero
Pre-Req:

 

APEL 390 – Portfolio Devel – 65771 – 102

Location: Online
Credits: 4
Date & Time: Jan 06, 2020 – March 20, 2020
Instructor: Priscilla Marie Valero
Pre-Req:

 

COM 319 – Leadership Communication – 65430 – 101

Location: Salem Campus
Credits: 2
Date & Time: Jan 06, 2020 – March 20, 2020 (7-10pm) , Jan 06, 2020 – March 20, 2020 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Joel Chris Bonney
Pre-Req:

 

ANTH 350 – Primate Populations*SSC – 65901 – 101

Location: Union County
Credits: 2
Date & Time: Jan 06, 2020 – March 20, 2020
Instructor: Linda Janine Reed-Jerofke
Pre-Req: None, but anthropology and/or social science courses strongly recommended. Students must have at least sophomore standing to register for this course.

 

POLS 310 – ST: Oregon Politics – 65582 – 101

Location: Courses will be held February 13-14, 2020 in Salem, Ore. During the legislative session.
Credits: 2
Date & Time: February 13, 2020 (9am-5pm), February 14, 2020 (8am-12pm)
Instructor: Jeffrey L Dense
Pre-Req: Upper division standing or consent of instructor

 

Spring 2020

 

APEL 390 – Portfolio Devel – 95017 – 102

Location: Salem Campus
Credits: 4
Date & Time: March 30, 2020 – June 12, 2020 (9am-5pm) ,March 30, 2020 – June 12, 2020 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Terry Elaine Walters
Pre-Req:

 

COM 319 – Leadership Communication – 95380 – 101

Location: Portland Campus
Credits: 2
Date & Time: March 30, 2020 – June 12, 2020 (7-10pm), March 30, 2020 – June 12, 2020 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Joel Chris Bonney
Pre-Req:

 

COM 320 – Speaking in the Modern Organization – 95385 – 101

Location: Pendleton Campus, Room:137
Credits: 3
Date & Time: March 30, 2020 – June 12, 2020 (5-9pm) , March 30, 2020 – June 12, 2020 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Tonya Anderson
Pre-Req: At least sophomore standing

 

COM 330 – Are You Listening – 95379 – 101

Location: Salem Campus
Credits: 3
Date & Time: March 30, 2020 – June 12, 2020 (7-10pm) , March 30, 2020 – June 12, 2020 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Joel Chris Bonney
Pre-Req: At least sophomore standing

 

SOC 344- Selling the News – 95842 – 101 *SSC

Location: Clackamas CC Campus, 7738 SE Harmony Rd, Portland OR 97222
Credits: 2
Date & Time: May 08, 2020 (5-9pm) , May 09, 2020 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: TBA
Pre-Req: N/A, SOC 205 recommended.  At least sophomore standing

 

POLS 318 – The American Dream – 95746 – 101

Location: Portland Campus
Credits: 2
Date & Time: May 01, 2020 (7-10pm) , May 02, 2020 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Jeffrey L Dense
Pre-Req:

 

BIOL 343 – Future of Genetics – 95378 – 101

Location: Portland Campus
Credits: 2
Date & Time: April 24, 2020 (7-10pm) , April 25, 2020 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: John E Rinehart
Pre-Req: At least sophomore standing

Contact Info:

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Email: advising@eou.edu
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