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Character notes for "Shiver in Awareness"

These are the character notes for "Shiver in Awareness."


Eanmund Scholler -- He has fair skin, dark blue eyes, and short brown hair. He wears glasses. He speaks English, Old English, German, and Latin. He is 37 years old in 2016. He is the husband of Leta, and their new soulmate is Bern Engelbrecht. He favors soft colors in professor styles. Eanmund earned a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Contemplative Studies at Oregon State University in Corvallis. He returned for a Master of Arts in English with a College and University Teaching Graduate Certificate. Finally he got a Doctor of Education with a Language in Culture Certificate. Currently Eanmund teaches literature at Oregon State University in Corvallis.

His soulmark from Leta (on the back of his right hand):
Where love rules, there is no will to power,
and where power predominates, love is lacking
.

-- Carl Jung

His soulmark from Bern (around his left wrist):
I don't know what that even means.


#5 – Corvallis, OR (Points: 5)
At the heart of Willamette Valley in central Western Oregon is the charming town of Corvallis, a must-consider on your list of college towns. The award-winning city has been recognized as one of the best college towns in the US as well as one of the ten best places to live in the United States. Its residents are community-minded and work hard to maintain its natural beauty. The town was also ranked #1 on the Environmental Protection Agency’s list of Green Power Communities. Its vibrant cultural scene offers many things to do and beautiful things to look at close to home, but if you want to venture out, Corvallis is just 90 short minutes away from Portland, as well as world class skiing venues and the Oregon coast.
Colleges: Oregon State University


English Undergraduate Major (BA, HBA)
at Oregon State University in Corvallis


Undergraduate English majors must attain proficiency in a foreign language, as certified by the School of Language, Culture, and Society, equivalent to that assumed at the end of a second-year language sequence (211/212/213).
A grade of C– or better is required for all courses used to complete major requirements.
Courses taken to satisfy major requirements may not be taken with an S/U grade.
Code Title Credits
Lower Division
ENG 200 LIBRARY SKILLS FOR LITERARY STUDY 1
From one of the following sequences, 8 credits: 8
ENG 204 *SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: BEGINNINGS TO 1660
ENG 214 *LITERATURE OF THE WORLD: EUROPE
From the following, 12 additional credits (at least 4 credits pre-1800):
ENG 201 *SHAKESPEARE
ENG 202 *SHAKESPEARE
ENG 205 *SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: RESTORATION TO ROMANTIC ERA
ENG 206 *SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: VICTORIAN ERA TO 20TH CENTURY
Upper Division
ENG 345 INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY CRITICISM AND THEORY 4
Pre-1800 Literature (Select a minimum of 2 courses, 8 credits) 8
ENG 425 STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
ENG 426 STUDIES IN CHAUCER
Post-1800 Literature (Select a minimum of 2 courses, 8 credits) 8
ENG 320 *STUDIES IN PAGE, STAGE, AND SCREEN
ENG 321 *STUDIES IN WORD, OBJECT, AND IMAGE
ENG 418 THE ENGLISH NOVEL: VICTORIAN PERIOD
ENG 470 ^STUDIES IN POETRY
Electives (12 credits upper-division ENG or WR)
WR 301, *PUBLISHING AND EDITING, 3 Credits
WR 324, *SHORT STORY WRITING, 4 Credits
WR 341, *POETRY WRITING, 4 Credits
WR 411, ^THE TEACHING OF WRITING, 4 Credits 12
WIC Course (3) 3
Total credits required for graduation 180


Contemplative Studies Minor
at Oregon State University in Corvallis

A minor in Contemplative Studies can be earned by satisfactorily completing 27 credits from the following list of courses, which must include 12 upper division credits (300 and 400 level courses).
Check with your own college's policies to see if the same course can count to meet different degree requirements.
Code Title Credits
Required Courses
PAC 202 MEDITATION 1
PHL 430/REL 430 HISTORY OF BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY 4
PSY 495 PSYCHOLOGY OF MEDITATION 4
Select 3 credits from the following: 3
PAC 293H INTERDISCIPLINARY YOGA
Select at least 15 credits from the following: 15
PHL 204 *THE MEANING OF SOULBONDS, 4 Credits
PSY 448 CONSCIOUSNESS, 4 Credits
PSY 493 POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, 4 Credits
WR 420 STUDIES IN WRITING, 4 Credits
Total Credits 27


English Graduate Major (MA)
at Oregon State University in Corvallis


Program Requirements
1. COURSEWORK
Graduate-Only Requirements:
• 4 credit hours: ENG 514 (Introduction to Graduate Studies)
• 12 credit hours: ENG/WR 503 (thesis)
• 16 credits of grad-only courses designated "MA Experience"*
ENG 517: The Bond in Literature (MA Experience) (Eloquent-America)
ENG 575: The Anthropocene (MA Experience)
FILM 552: Road Trip to Nowhere: Counterculture (MA Experience)
WR 593 The Rhetorical Tradition and the Teaching of Writing (MA Experience)
For Graduate Teaching Assistants:
• 2 credit hours WR 517 (WR 121 teaching practicum)
• 1-2 additional credits of a second teaching practicum (ENG 507 Literature Practicum and/or WR 519: WR 222 Practicum)
Total: 32 credit hours of graduate-only coursework (35 for English Department TAs)
*MA Experience courses are designated as such, term by term, in their course descriptions. They include secondary readings (critical and/or theoretical) tied to a substantial written research project.
Additional Requirements:
• 4 credit hours: pre-1800 literature
ENG 518, THE ENGLISH NOVEL: VICTORIAN PERIOD, 4 Credits
• 12 credit hours in an area of emphasis (Literature & Culture or Rhetoric, Writing, & Culture)
ENG 512, STUDIES IN BRITISH THEATER AND SOCIETY, 4 Credits
ENG 530, STUDIES IN EARLY MODERN LITERATURE, 4 Credits
ENG 534, STUDIES IN ROMANTICISM, 4 Credits
ENG 535, STUDIES IN SHAKESPEARE, 4 Credits
For Graduate Teaching Assistants:
• 4 credit hours from a pedagogical course on foundations in writing and rhetoric (if this course is 500-only, it may count toward the 16 required hours in graduate-only seminars listed above)
WR 593, THE RHETORICAL TRADITION AND THE TEACHING OF WRITING, 4 Credits
Total: 16 credit hours of additional coursework (16 or 20 for English Department TAs)
Total Core Requirements: a minimum of 48 credit hours, 51 or 55 for English Department TAs, and 45 for AMP Students

(Eanmund wrote his thesis on the literary techniques used in Old English as compared to contemporary English.)
2. THESIS
There are two thesis options:
• a single document of 40-60 pages, presenting a sustained argument and generally broken into closely related chapters or sections;
• or two article-length essays developing arguments on distinct but related topics, each 20-25 pages, with a framing introduction that addresses their relationship. Digital projects can be understood as a variant on the two article option, with one part fulfilled by a digital-first project and the other fulfilled by a written document related to that project; together, these items must present a sustained argument that situates the project within a body of scholarship.
Thesis committees, arranged by the end of the student's first year of study, include one major and two minor professors. Work on the thesis is directed principally by the student’s major professor. All committee members must be members of the MA faculty, with the major professor possessing significant expertise in the area of the student’s thesis project. Other committee members’ roles should be determined by the committee as a whole on a case-by-case basis; if a student chooses the second thesis option, for example, a committee member might oversee one essay while the major professor oversees the other essay and the framing introduction.
3. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
• Proficiency in a foreign language equivalent to a second-year university course (see OSU graduate catalog)
• Continuous enrollment (see OSU graduate catalog)


College and University Teaching Graduate Certificate
at Oregon State University in Corvallis


Code Title Credits
Core Coursework
GRAD 560 THEORIES OF TEACHING AND LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION 3
GRAD 561 COURSE DESIGN AND METHODS FOR COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY TEACHING 3
Supervised Teaching Internship
GRAD 610 INTERNSHIP 3
Capstone Teaching Portfolio
GRAD 607 CAPSTONE SEMINAR 3
Specialized Course Work and Experience
Select six credits from the following: 6
AED 553 APPLIED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES (3)
GRAD 512 CURRENT ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION (3)
Total Credits 18


EdD curriculum
at Oregon State University in Corvallis

All courses are 3 credit hybrid except for summer term, which are 3 credit online
YEAR 1
Fall
AHE 612 Introduction to Applied Research
AHE 638 History of Higher Education
Winter
AHE 617 Needs Assessment in Higher Education
AHE 634 Power & Privilege in Leadership
Spring
AHE 630 Program Evaluation in Higher Education
AHE 623 Contemporary Issues in Higher Education
Summer
AHE 582 Legal Issues in Higher Education
AHE 640 Higher Education Administration I

YEAR 2
Fall
AHE 575 Educational Finance
AHE 641 Higher Education Administration II
Winter
AHE 643 Organization Theory-Higher Education
AHE 613 Research Analysis and Interpretation in Education
Spring
AHE 614 Advanced Research Methods in Education
AHE 644 Policy Issues in Higher Education
Summer
AHE 648 Organizational Development and Change in Higher Education
AHE 645 Ethical Practice
--
AHE 610 Internship credits must be completed by the end of Year 2
YEAR 3 +
Fall
AHE 603 Dissertation Credits (credits vary)
Typically students take their preliminary written and oral exam.
Winter
AHE 603 Dissertation Credits (credits vary)
Spring
AHE 603 Dissertation Credits (credits vary)
Summer
AHE 603 Dissertation Credits (credits vary)


Language in Culture Certificate
at Oregon State University in Corvallis


Code Title Credits
Core
LING 251 *LANGUAGES OF OREGON 3
ANTH 350 LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND SOCIETY 4
ES 459/WLC 459/ANTH 459 LANGUAGE, RACE AND RACISM IN THE U.S.: ADVANCED STUDY 4
LING 451 GENERAL LINGUISTICS 3
Languages 1
Electives 2
Select 13 credits from at least two of the following courses: 13
ANTH 208/LING 208 *WESTERN CULTURE STUDY ABROAD (3)
ANTH 452 FOLKLORE AND EXPRESSIVE CULTURE (4)
ANTH 498 ORAL NARRATIVE
ED 479 LINGUISTICS FOR TEACHERS (3)
Total Credits 27


Leta Scholler -- She has fair skin, hazel eyes, and long straight hair that comes in brown but bleaches in the sun to strawberry blonde. She speaks English, German, and Latin. Leta is 32 years old in 2016. She typically wears light colors in professional styles. She is the wife of Eanmund, and their new soulmate is Bern Engelbrecht. Leta earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an Applied Ethics Certificate at Oregon State University in Corvallis. She went back for a Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education with a Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Graduate Minor. For several years, Leta worked at a counseling center in Corvallis. When a new soulmark began appearing unexpectedly, she returned to Oregon State University so she could research uncommon bond phenomena.

Her soulmark from Eanmund (over her heart):
Love is a thyng as any spirit free.
Wommen, of kynde desiren libertee,
And nat to been constreyned as a thral;
And so doon men, if I sooth seyen shal
.

The Franklin's Tale
lines 53-94: About love and marriage, freedom and bondage

Translation:
"Love is a thing as free as any spirit; women naturally desire liberty, and not to be constrained like slaves; and so do men, if I shall tell the truth."
-- Geoffrey Chaucer

Her soulmark from Bern (around her left wrist):
There are THREE of us?

Psychology Undergraduate Major (BA, BS, HBA, HBS)
at Oregon State University in Corvallis


BS Requirement
Code Title Credits
Bacc Core 1 41
College of Liberal Arts BS 2 8
College of Liberal Arts Core 3 9
Psychology Major 67
Electives 55
Total Credits 180
Course List
1 The Baccalaureate core requires at least 51 credits total, but three courses required in the Bacc Core (Biological Science w/ Lab, Social Processes and Institutions, and Writing Intensive Course) are embedded in the Psychology major required courses.
2 The Liberal Arts BS requires at least 14 credits total, but one requirement (statistics and math) is embedded in the Psychology major required courses.
3 The Liberal Arts core requires at least 15 credits total, but two categories in Liberal Arts core (Social Science and One additional course) are embedded in the Psychology major required courses.
Psychology Major
Code Title Credits
Core 1
BI 102 *ANIMAL BIOLOGY: GENES, BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE
& BI 103 *HUMAN BIOLOGY: ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND DISEASE 8
WR 222 *ENGLISH COMPOSITION 3
PSY 201 *GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
& PSY 202 *GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 8
Methods
ST 351 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS
& ST 352 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS 8
PSY 301 RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY 4
Survey
Select four courses from the following: 16
PSY 340 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 350 HUMAN LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT
PSY 360 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 370 PERSONALITY
Advanced and Variable Courses
Select four courses from the following (including variable credit courses): 16
PSY 426 *PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER
PSY 482 PSYCHOTHERAPY
PSY 493 POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 499 SPECIAL TOPICS: SOULBONDS (Elegant-American)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Select one course from the following: 4
PSY 460 ^ADVANCED SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS
Total Credits 67


Applied Ethics Certificate
at Oregon State University in Corvallis


Code Title Credits
Philosophy Requirements
PHL 205 *ETHICS 4
Select 12 credits from the following: 12
PHL 150 *GREAT IDEAS IN PHILOSOPHY
PHL 280 *ETHICS OF DIVERSITY
PHL 444 *BIOMEDICAL ETHICS
PHL 450 TOPICS: THE MORALITY OF SOULBONDS (Elegant-American)
Electives
Select one of the following: 1,2 12
Ethics and scientific inquiry
Total Credits 28


Counselor Education Graduate Option
at Oregon State University in Corvallis

A minimum of 150 credits is required beyond the baccalaureate degree to obtain a PhD in Counselor Education. This option includes 42 credits of core courses and 52 credits of thesis, practicum and internship courses.
Code Title Credits
Core Courses
COUN 612 RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION 3
COUN 613 RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION IN EDUCATION 3
COUN 616 UNIVERSITY LEVEL INSTRUCTIONAL THEORY AND METHODS 3
COUN 617 ADVANCED COUNSELOR SUPERVISION 3
COUN 662 COUNSELOR EDUCATION QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS I 3
COUN 663 COUNSELOR EDUCATION QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS II 3
COUN 664 COUNSELOR EDUCATION QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS III 3
COUN 665 PUBLICATION METHODS IN COUNSELOR EDUCATION 3
COUN 667 ADVANCED ASSESSMENT IN COUNSELING 3
COUN 668 ADVANCED CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND CONSULTATION IN COUNSELING 3
COUN 669 UNCOMMON BOND DYNAMICS IN COUNSELING (Eloquent-American) 3
COUN 671 ADVANCED GROUP COUNSELING 3
COUN 681 ADVANCED DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IN COUNSELOR EDUCATION 3
COUN 696 COUNSELOR EDUCATION 3
COUN 697 COUNSELOR SUPERVISION 3
Thesis, Practicum and Internship Courses
COUN 603 THESIS 36
COUN 618 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING 9
COUN 619 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING 7
Total Credits 94
Course List
Option Code: 2981


Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Graduate Minor
at Oregon State University in Corvallis

Code Title Credits
MAIS Primary Area
WGSS 510 INTERNSHIP 3
WGSS 511 ORIENTATION AND PROFESSIONALIZATION I
& WGSS 512 ORIENTATION AND PROFESSIONALIZATION II
& WGSS 513 ORIENTATION AND PROFESSIONALIZATION III 3
WGSS 514 SYSTEMS OF OPPRESSION: STRATEGIES FOR RESISTANCE 4
WGSS 516 THEORIES OF FEMINISM 4
WGSS 518 FEMINIST RESEARCH (Thesis option only) 4
WGSS 585 TRANSNATIONAL FEMINISMS 4
Course List
Consult advisor for additional requirements.
Minor Code: 9008


Bern Engelbrecht -- He has fair skin and blue eyes. His hair is tightly nappy, golden blond on top with a red mustache and beard. When working, he usually pulls the upper mass back in a bun. His right arm is covered in black-and-white tattoos. His heritage is White South African; his parents fled due to racial violence and moved to America when Bern was a boy. He speaks Afrikaans, English, German, and Zulu. He is 23 years old in 2016. He is the new soulmate of Eanmund and Leta Scholler. He typically dresses in light neutrals, sometimes with very bright accents. Bern earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with a minor in Peace Studies at Oregon State University in Corvallis. Then he returned to work on a Master of Arts in Environmental Arts and Humanities with a Graduate Minor in Organizational Leadership. He belongs to the African Student Association, Bond Seekers, and Little Bohemia. During the summer of 2016, he visited South Africa and learned about its cultures, then toured artistic sites in Europe. This broadened his horizons enough for his soulmarks to come in, but he only noticed Leta's mark on his left arm; Eanmund's mark hid among the tattoos on the right.

His soulmark from Leta (in vivid flourishes all over his left forearm):
That's my husband's handwriting.

His soulmark from Eanmund (hidden in the tattoos on his right forearm):
Wyrd oft nereð
unfægne eorl,
þonne his ellen deah.


[Fate often saves
an undoomed man,
if his courage is strong]
Beowulf (ll. 572 b-3).1 T

White South Africans are citizens of South Africa who descend primarily from European invaders, but sometimes have African ancestors too. Bern comes from the Afrikaner branch, Dutch descendants who speak Afrikaans. Many White South Africans fled during racial unrest, peaking between 1995 and 2005.

#5 – Corvallis, OR
At the heart of Willamette Valley in central Western Oregon is the charming town of Corvallis, a must-consider on your list of college towns. The award-winning city has been recognized as one of the best college towns in the US as well as one of the ten best places to live in the United States. Its residents are community-minded and work hard to maintain its natural beauty. The town was also ranked #1 on the Environmental Protection Agency’s list of Green Power Communities. Its vibrant cultural scene offers many things to do and beautiful things to look at close to home, but if you want to venture out, Corvallis is just 90 short minutes away from Portland, as well as world class skiing venues and the Oregon coast.
Colleges: Oregon State University


Studio Art BFA Option
at Oregon State University in Corvallis


Art (BFA) majors taking the Studio Art BFA option may not take required art courses on an S/U graded basis. Students may not use courses in which they have earned less than a C– to satisfy BFA requirements. A minimum 3.00 grade-point average must be maintained in all art courses used to meet BFA requirements.
Code Title Credits
Lower Division
Art Major Core
Select 12 credits 12
ART 101
*INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS 3
Studio Art Core
ART 100 ART ORIENTATION 1
ART 199 SPECIAL STUDIES (Studio for ART 100) 1
ART 117 3-D CORE STUDIO 4
ART 131 DRAWING CORE STUDIO 4
Lower-Division Art Electives
Select three of the following studio art electives at the 200 level: 12
ART 215 COLOR IN THE VISUAL ARTS
ART 234 DRAWING II: FIGURE
ART 281 PAINTING I
Select three of the following art history electives at the 200 level: 9
ART 204 *INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: PREHISTORY TO THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES
ART 205 *INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: GOTHIC TO BAROQUE
ART 206 *INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: NEOCLASSICISM TO CONTEMPORARY
Upper-Division
Required Courses
ART 339 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES FOR ARTISTS 3
ART 366 ART SINCE 1945 3
ART 411 ^ART IN CONTEXT HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL APPROACHES 3
ART 462 DIRECTIONS AND ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART 3
Electives
Select 45 credits of the following with 4 credits at the 200 level and at least 20 credits at the 400 level: 45
ART 330 EN PLEIN AIR (4) (Eloquent-American0
ART 331 DRAWING CONCEPTS (4)
ART 334 DRAWING III: FIGURE (4)
ART 352 ETHICS AND TECHNIQUES OF ILLUSTRATING BONDMARKS (4) (E-Am)
ART 381 PAINTING II: THE FIGURE (4)
ART 382 PAINTING II: CONCEPTS (4)
ART 383 PAINTING II: ABSTRACT AND MULTIMEDIA
ART 384 PAINTING II: NEW GENRE (4)
ART 431 DRAWING IV (3-5) 5
ART 434 DRAWING IV/FIGURE (3-5) 5
ART 481 PAINTING III (4)
Select three of the following art history electives at the 300/400 level with 3 credits at the 200 level and at least one at the 400 level: 9
ART 314 *AFRICAN AND DIASPORA ART (3) (E-Am)
ART 464 CULTURAL STUDIES OF THE MUSEUM (3)
ART 469 ^METHODS AND THEORY OF ART HISTORY
Additional Electives
Any Studio Art, Photography and Digital Studio, or Art History electives 300/400 level 12
Total Credits 121


Peace Studies Certificate
at Oregon State University in Corvallis

To earn the Peace Studies certificate, students must complete a minimum of 27 credits consisting of 11 credits from the core credit options and 16 credits of elective courses
Code Title Credits
Required Core
PAX 201 / REL 201 STUDY OF PEACE AND THE CAUSES OF CONFLICT 3
PAX 301 *PEACE STRATEGIES 4
Core Electives
Select one course from the following: 4
HST 319 *THE HISTORY OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE MODERN WORLD
Electives
Select 16 credits from the following: 16
ANTH 381 *BOND-BASED CONFLICTS (E-American) (3)
COMM 440 THEORIES OF CONFLICT AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT (3)
COMM 444 THIRD PARTIES IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION: MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION (3)
ES 375 *ARTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE (4)
HST 382 *HISTORY OF AFRICA (4)
PHL 280 *ETHICS OF DIVERSITY (4)
Total Credits 27


Environmental Arts and Humanities Graduate Major (MA)
at Oregon State University in Corvallis

Code Title Credits
Environmental Arts and Humanities Foundation
EAH XXX. Environmental Arts and Humanities Field Course (Pending submission & approval) 3
EAH 411/EAH 511
*^PERSPECTIVES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS AND HUMANITIES 4
EAH XXX. Environmental Science Methods and Practice 3
EAH XXX. Professional Development (Pending submission & approval) 1
EAH XXX. Thesis or Project Proposal Writing for Environmental Arts and Humanities (Pending submission & approval) 2
EAH 412/EAH 512
*^ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE IN CONTEXT 4
Environmental Arts and Humanities Core
Select three of the following with no more than one from any department: 9
COMM 412/COMM 512 TOPICS IN SPEECH COMMUNICATION (Environmental Communication)
ES XXX. Environmental Racism (Pending submission & approval)
PHL 443/PHL 543 *WORLD VIEWS AND ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES
Graduate Areas of Concentration
Select one area of concentration and complete a minimum of 12 credits in that area:
Environmental Imagination
ART XXX. Art and Nature (Pending submission & approval)
ART 562 DIRECTIONS AND ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART
ART 569 METHODS AND THEORY OF ART HISTORY (3)
COMM XXX. Environmental Rhetoric (Pending submission & approval)
Electives
Select 9 credits 1 9
Engagement
Select 14 credits
EAH XXX. Fieldwork (up to 8 credits)
EAH XXX. Thesis/Project (up to 8 credits) 14


Organizational Leadership Graduate Minor
at Oregon State University in Corvallis
Code Title Credits
Required Coursework
BA 550 ORGANIZATION LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT 3
MGMT 552 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 3
MGMT 553 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 3-4
MGMT 574 NEGOTIATIONS 3
Elective Coursework 1
Select a minimum of 3 credits for Masters and 6 credits for Ph.D. students: 3-6
PSY 596 INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Total Credits 15-19


African Student Association
The purpose of this organization is to foster close and friendly relationships among African students of the diaspora and OSU. In addition, this organization aims to promote better understanding between the OSU community and Africans of the Diaspora. ASA is meant to serve and educate the Oregon State community about African history, traditions, customs, and happenings as well as joining those students of either African descent or from the various countries of Africa to come together to create a home away from home.

Bond Seekers (Eloquent-American)
Are you looking for that special someone who left their Words on your skin? Join us in the search for completion! Bond Seekers also welcomes people with flickering marks, blank skin, or blurred marks. We believe that soulbonds are for everyone. This club supports research and discussion about soulbonds. We network with other Bond Seekers organizations to arrange events where members can meet new people in hopes of finding a connection -- or just make friends who are also interested in bond contemplation.

Little Bohemia (Eloquent-American)
This club welcomes all funky and creative people. Activities include art meets, book discussions, movie viewing, fashion exchanges, coffeehouse gathers, field trips, and more.
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