Below is a list courses upper division level from the College of Liberal Arts open for liberal studies majors at OSU-Cascades.
There are additional lower division, ART studio, and PSY courses that some students may be eligible to take with correct pre-requisites. For detailed course information check the OSU Catalog.

College of Liberal Arts Courses - Upper Division

All course forecast information is subject to change and to be used to create the Liberal Studies Plan of Study and Theme.

Summer 2018 ***SUBJECT TO CHANGE

ART 367: History of Design (3)
COMM 328: NonVerbal Comm (3)
ENG 479: International Women Writers (4)
SOC 480: Environmental Sociology (4)

Fall 2018 ***Subject to change

AMS 311 ST: Pragmatist, Philosophy and American Culture (4)
ART 349 Video Art (4) instructor clearence req.
ART 348 Concepts in Digital Imaging (4) instructor clearence req.
ART 367 History of Design (3)
ART 386 A Cultural History of American Art and Lit + ART 407 Seminar (4)
COMM 321 Intro to Comm Theory (3)
COMM 322 Small Group Communication (3)
COMM 425 Communication and Youth Outreach (4)
ENG 386 A Cultural History of American Art and Lit (4) cross-listed with ART 386
ENG 445 Studies in Nonfiction, WIC repeatable for max 8 credits
PSY 350 Human Lifespan Development (4)
PSY 370 Personality (4)
SOC 439 Welfare and Social Services (4)

Winter 2019 ***Subject to change

ART 387 A Cultural History of American Art and Lit + ART 407 Seminar (4)
ART 351 ART 451: Entrepreneurship in Art (3)
COMM 320 Introduction to Rhetorical Theory (3)
COMM 323 Community Dialogue (4)
COMM 418 Interpersonal Comm Theory and Research, WIC (3) 
ENG 387 A Cultural History of American Art and Lit (4) cross-listed with ART 387
ENG 482 American Lit, Culture and the Environment (4)
PSY 360 Social Psychology (4)
PSY 499 Psychology of Religion (4)
SOC 313 Sociology of Intimate Relationships (4)
SSCI 301 Qualitative Research Methods for Soc Sci (4) WIC
 

Spring 2019 ***Subject to change

ANTH 311: Peoples of the World-North America (3)
ANTH 352: Anth, Health, and Environment (3)
ANTH 350: Language, Culture and Society (4)
ART 411: Contemporary Issues in Art (3) WIC
ART 366: Art History, Modern (3)
ART 387 A Cultural History of American Art and Lit + ART 407 Seminar (4)
COMM 318 Advanced Interpersonal (3)
COMM 368 Propaganda & Control (3)
COMM 326 Intercultural Comm (3)
COMM 416 Ethnography (3)
COMM 466 Ethics (3)
ENG 360: Native American Lit (4)
ENG 388 A Cultural History of American Art and Lit (4) cross-listed with ART 387
ENG 416 Power and Representation (4)
PS 362 Modern Political Thought (4)
PS 475 Environmental Law and Politics (4)
SPAN 313 3rd Year Spanish (3)
SOC 452 Sociology of Religion (4)
WR 327 Technical Writing (3)
WR 303 Writing for the Web (3)

2019-20 Pre-planned Courses

Summer 2018 ***SUBJECT TO CHANGE

ART 367: History of Design (3)
COMM 385: Communication and culture Cyberspace (3)
ENG 462: American Women Writers (4)
SOC 480: Environmental Sociology (4)

Fall 2019 ***Subject to change

AMS 350: American Culture and Vietnam (4)
ART 367 History of Design (3)
COMM 321: Intro Comm Theory (3)
COMM 324: Organizational Comm (3)
COMM 427: Cultural Codes in Comm (3)
ENG 317: The American Novel -Beginnings to Chopin (4)
ENG 445: Non-Fiction Writing: Personal Essay- WIC (4) repeatable for 8 credits
PSY 350: Human Lifespan Development (4)
PSY 370: Personality (4)
 

Winter 2020 ***Subject to change

ART 351: Installation (4)
ART 462: Time Based Media (3)
COMM 325: Communicating Leadership (4)
COMM 440: Theories of Conflict and Conflict Mgmt (3)
ENG 318: The American Novel -Modernist Period (4)
ENG 485: Studies in American Lit (4) WIC
PS 331: State and Local Govt (4)
PSY 360: Social Psychology (4)
PSY 499: Psychology of Religion (4)
SSCI 301: Social Sci Research Methods (4) WIC
WR 327: Tech Writing (3)

 

Spring 2020 ***Subject to change

ANTH 311: Peoples of the World: N. America (3)
ANTH 380: Cultures in Conflict (3)
ART 366: History of Art -1800 to early 1900s (3)
ART 411: Contemporary Issues in Art WIC (3)
ART 379: Printmaking: Relief (4)
COMM 318 Advanced Interpersonal (3)
COMM 316: Advanced Persuasion (3)
COMM 326: Intercultural Comm (3)
ENG 319: The American Novel - Post-World War II (4)
ENG 360: Native American Lit (4)
ENG 416: Power and Representation, (4)
PS 475: Envr. Politics and Policy (4)
PSY 381: Abnormal Psychology (4) [pre-req PSY 201 & 202]
SOC 475: Rural Sociology (4)
WR 303: Writing for the Web (3)
WR 327: Tech Writing (3)