WOU LogoWestern Oregon University is a public, liberal arts institution located in the Monmouth-Independence area, about 55 minutes west of Lincoln City. About 6,200 undergraduate students attend WOU. Two thirds of the student population pursues a major in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, the other third is in the College of Education. See how many credits you’ll need, GPA requirements, and how to apply on Western Oregon’s Western Oregon’s Transfer Admissions site.

General education classes

If you earn an AAOT degree you will have finished your general education requirements at WOU. If you transfer without a transferable degree, you can check course-by-course to see how your general education classes will transfer:

·       Look up how classes will transfer in WOU’s transfer articulation system.

·       WOU’s general education is called the Liberal Arts Core Curriculum (LACC).

OCCC Education Pathway to Western Oregon University

Fall Year 1

CR

Winter Year 1

CR

Spring Year 1

CR

Summer Year 1

CR

WR 121
(online, onground, dual-credit)
4 WR 122
(online, onground, dual-credit)
4 ENG 104
(live-streamed, evening)
4 Arts Elective 3
EC 201
(online)
4 HST 202
(online, onground)
4 HST 203
(online, onground)
4 PS 201 4
HE 295
(online)
2 GS 106
(online)
4 ED 224
(evening)
3
COMM 111
(online)
4 PSY 215
(online)
4 MTH 111
(evening)
4
Activity Course
(online, evening)
1
Total 15 Total 16 Total 15   7
SPN 101, SPN 111C 5 SPN 102, SPN 112C 5 SPN 103, SPN 113C 5  

Fall Year 2

CR

Winter Year 2

CR

Spring Year 2

CR

Summer Year 2

CR

MTH 211 4 MTH 212 4 MTH 213 4 GEO 106
(online)
4
ED 131 3 ED 260 3 ED 251 3
BI 101 4 CAS 133 4 Arts Elective 3
Arts Elective 3 GS 108 4 BI 103 4
Activity Course 1
Total 14 Total 15 Total 15 Total 4
SPN 201, SPN 211C 5 SPN 202, SPN 212C 5 SPN 203, SPN 213C 5