Complete the General Education Curriculum. Complete a minimum of 15 credits in Communication and Critical Thinking, and 45 credits in General Knowledge for a total of 60 credit hours. General Knowledge contains five categories, and students must complete minimum of nine credits in each. Within each of the categories a student must complete at least one course from prefixes other than the prefix or prefixes of the student's major. Students may choose the S/U grading option for these courses
Students must complete all institutional graduation requirements for the baccalaureate degree as listed below:
1. Complete a minimum of 180 credit hours.
2. Earn an Eastern GPA of at least 2.000 and a composite GPA of 2.000 for all college work taken up until the time that the degree is conferred. A transfer GPA and the Eastern GPA are combined at the time of graduation.
3. Complete a minimum of 60 credit hours of upper division course work (300-400 level courses).
4. Complete all requirements in the major area, including at least 35 credit hours, 25 of which must be in 300 or 400 level courses in the major area.
5. Complete a minimum of forty-five (45) credit hours supervised by Eastern Oregon University Faculty. Thirty (30) of the forty-five (45) credit hours must be upper division.
6. Students may choose to earn a Bachelor of Science degree or a Bachelor of Arts degree for most major programs. The requirements for each are listed below:
A. For the Bachelor of Science Degree: -Demonstrate the application of mathematics at the college level. Means for satisfying this requirement are described in each major.
-A maximum of 90 hours in one discipline may be applied to the Bachelor of Science degree.
B. For the Bachelor of Arts Degree: -Demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language through any one of the following means:
a. twenty-four credit hours of a single foreign language.
b. completion of a second-year foreign language course sequence.
c. completion of any upper-division course which has a two-year language prerequisite.
d. equivalency certification by the appropriate foreign language faculty.
e. foreign students educated in a language other than English will be considered as meeting the B.A. foreign language requirement. Other students with ability in a language in addition to English will be considered under d. above.
f. students educated in a language other than English cannot receive credit for that language at the first or second year level through challenge or CLEP exams. Students should consult with the appropriate modern language faculty for evaluation and placement.
g. a maximum of 75 hours in one discipline may be applied to the Bachelor of Arts degree.
To see how you will transfer into EOU's program, refer to the General Education link. We highly encourage you to talk with an EOU adviser.
NOTE: University requirements may change without notice. Students are responsible for working with RCC advisers or counselors and their transfer institution to ensure the accuracy of their academic plan.
Transfer Equivalency Website