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LD1 and LD2 Explained

BI LD1 and LD2 Explained

BI LD1* courses are considered to be taught at the nonmajors level at OSU. These courses are similar to OSU's BI 101, 102 and 103 courses though they do not match any single course closely enough to be articulated as such. Any LD1* course  that is not taught online will fulfill a Biological Science (with lab) requirement of the Baccalaureate Core - see the Baccalaureate Core list for details. Online courses are not approved as equivalent, particularly related to the laboratory science requirement in the Baccalaureate Core. If any part of a course is taught online, the online laboratory and other content would need to be reviewed separately for approval. If the lecture and lab are taught as separate courses, both must be completed for a biological science baccalaureate core requirement to be fulfilled. If you have additional questions about how LD1* courses count in a specific major, please contact your major advisor or Brock McLeod, Chief Advisor for Biology.

BI LD2* courses are considered to be taught at the science majors level at OSU. These courses are similar to OSU's BI 211, 212 and 213 courses though they do not match any single course closely enough to be articulated as such. Any one LD2* course that is not taught online will fulfill a Biological Science (with lab) requirement of the Baccalaureate Core - see the Baccalaureate Core for details. Online courses are not approved as equivalent, particularly related to the laboratory science requirement in the Baccalaureate Core. If any part of a course or series is taught online, it would need to be reviewed to be approved. Students who need to complete the entire BI 211, 212, 213 series as part of their major at OSU should complete the entire sequence before transferring or wait to take the sequence at OSU. If the lecture and lab are taught as separate courses, both must be completed for a biological science baccalaureate core requirement to be fulfilled. If you have additional questions about how LD1* courses count in a specific major, please contact your major advisor or Brock McLeod, Chief Advisor for Biology.

Please reference the table below for series of transfer courses that match the OSU BI 211, 212 and 213 series. All listed courses must be taken before transferring, and students who fail to complete a series before transferring may need to retake all or significant parts of the BI 211, 212 and 213 series at OSU.

Blue Mountain Community College
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Central Oregon Community College
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Clackamas Community College
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Clatsop Community College
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Concordia University
BIO 211
BIO 212
 
Corban College
SC 114
SC 114L
SC 124
SC 124L
 
Eastern Oregon University
BIOL 211
BIOL 212
BIOL 213
 
George Fox University
BIOL 211
BIOL 212
 
Klamath Community College
BIO 211
BIO 212
BIO 213
 
Lane Community College
BI 211
BI 212
AND EITHER
BOT 213  OR  Z 213
 
Linfield College
BIOL 210
BIOL 211
 
Maui College
BIOL 171
BIOL 171L
BIOL 172
BIOL 172L
 
Mt. Hood Community College
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Oregon Institute of Technology
BIO 211
BIO 212
BIO 213
 
Pacific University
BIOL 202
BIOL 204
 
Portland Community College
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Portland State University
BI 251
BI 252
BI 253
 
Reed College
BIOL 101
BIOL 102
 
Rogue Community College
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Southern Oregon University
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Southwestern Oregon Community College
BI 201
BI 202
BI 203
 
Treasure Valley Community College
BIOL 211
BIOL 212
BIOL 213
 
Umpqua Community College
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
University of Oregon
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
OR
BI 251
BI 252
BI 253
 
University of Portland
BIO 206
BIO 276
BIO 207
BIO 277
 
Western Oregon University
BI 211
BI 212
BI 213
 
Willamette University
BIOL 125
BIOL 130
BIOL 244