Consider the offerings in each category relative to this theme. Remember that each Bacc Core category requires the completion of one (1) course. The Bacc Core Playlists draw primarily from the Perspectives and Synthesis areas of the core and do not constitute complete coverage of the Bacc Core. For example: the majority of lists do not include courses from every perspectives sub-category, nor do they incorporate/address the Skills areas of the core.

 

  • Speech
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Social Processes and Institutions
    • ECON 201 Introduction to Microeconomics
    • ECON 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics
    • PS 201 Introduction to United States Government and Politics
    • PS 204 Introduction to Comparative Politics
    • PS 205 Introduction to International Relations
    • PS 315 The Politics of Media
    • PS 331 State & Local Politics
    • PS 374 Sustainable Living: Practices & Policies
    • PSY 202 General Psychology
    • SOC 205 Institutions of Social Change
    • WGSS 223 Women: Self and Society
    • WGSS 224 Women: Personal and Social Change
  • Western Culture
  • Difference, Power, and Discrimination
    • ED 216 Purpose, Structure, and Function of Education in a Democracy
    • ES 201 Inventing Ethnic America
    • ES 213 Contemporary Latino/a Culture & Issues
    • ES 221 Survey of African American Studies I
    • ES 223 Survey of African American Studies II
    • ES 233 Asian Pacific American Activism & Empowerment
    • ES 243 Native American Assimilation & Activism
    • ES 260 Introduction to Pacific Islands Studies
    • ES 351 Ethnic Minorities in Oregon
    • ES 353 Environmental Racism
    • ES 357 Farmworker Justice Movements
    • HST 201/HST 202/HST 203 History of the United States
    • HST 210/REL 210/PHL 210 Religion in the United States  
    • WGSS 223 Women: Self and Society
    • WGSS 224 Women: Personal and Social Change
  • Synthesis – Contemporary Global Issues
    • ANTH 380 Cultures in Conflict
    • ANTH 484 Wealth & Poverty - E-campus only
    • GEOG 300 Sustainability for the Common Good*
    • GEOG 330 Geography of International Development and Globalization
    • HST 425 The Holocaust in its History
    • HST 485/REL 485 Politics & Religion in the Modern Middle East*
    • PHL 443/REL 443 World views and Environmental Values
    • PS 345 Politics of Developing Nations
    • SOC 480 Environmental Sociology 
    • WGSS 480 International Women 
  • Synthesis – Science, Technology, and Society
    • ANTH 330 Evolution of People, Technology, and Society 
    • GEOG 300 Sustainability for the Common Good*
    • HST 481 Environmental History of the United States 
    • HSTS 421 Technology and Change
    • SOC 456 Science & Technology in Social Context
    • SOC 481 Society &  Natural Resources
    • WGSS 340 Gender and Science

*Some courses may appear in more than one bacc core category, but, a course can only be counted toward fulfilling a single category

**Education Double Degree Students – For maximum effectiveness, use this listing in conjunction with the Social Studies Content Mastery Sheet.

*** Liberal Arts Students – Be sure to select courses for each category from outside your major area.  For example, a History major would not be able to apply a History course toward their Baccalaureate Core.