Popular FCCPT and FACTS Courses

Below is a list of common courses needed to fulfill deficiencies noted on FCCPT and FACTS advising reports. Information on each class is included below and instructions on how to get started in a course are at the bottom of this page.

Please review our course schedule to see what courses are offered in your preferred term. Save your syllabus to submit to your advisor after the course is completed.

Classification, morphology, reproduction, transmission, and control of micro-organisms causing disease in man. Laboratory practice in culturing methods, microscopic observation, and physical and chemical control. Download BIO 105 Syllabus

A study of the relationships of food and nutrition to health. An overview of the basic nutrition principles including the nutrients and how they function in the body, nutrient requirements, diet planning and energy balance. Download BIO 225 Syllabus

A fully online, three-term course sequence correlating to the systematic studies of human anatomy and physiology. Lecture and laboratory course.

Human Anatomy and Physiology I, II, III

Genetic concepts using human examples, including the molecular and cellular basis of inheritance, patterns of inheritance, basic pedigree analysis, mutation, single-gene and polygenic diseases, and an introduction to genetic biotechnology. Download BIO 235 Syllabus

Cross-sectional anatomy correlated with computer tomography, ultrasonography, and magnetic resonance imaging.

Study of dynamic aspects of disease process with emphasis on abnormal physiology. Detailed discussion of cellular alternations, normal immunology, neoplasia, inflammation and alterations of the respiratory and skeletal systems and Diabetes Mellitus. Download BIO 336 Syllabus

Principles of heredity, chromosome mechanisms and molecular genetics applied to disease processes in humans. Review of case histories of selected inherited disorders. Discussion of genetic intervention therapies. Download BIO 341 Syllabus

Study of the dynamic aspects of the disease process with emphasis on abnormal physiology. Detailed discussion of cellular alterations, normal and abnormal immunology, neoplasia, inflammation, atherosclerosis, hypertension, cardiac and vascular diseases. Download Bio 346 Syllabus

Study of the dynamic aspects of the disease process with emphasis on abnormal physiology. Detailed discussion of alterations of respiratory function, liver and digestive system, neurologic, urinary, musculoskeletal disorders, and Diabetes Mellitus. Download BIO 347 Syllabus

Continuation of cross section anatomy from BIO 335. This course covers MR images of the joints of the wrist, elbow, shoulder, ankle, knee, hip, thorax, spine and arterial system form the arch of the aorta to the Circle of Willis, as demonstrated by MRA.

Application Process

Full admission to Oregon Tech is not required. Financial aid is not offered to non-degree seeking students but a payment plan is available. Follow the steps below to get started:

  1. Submit the Non-Degree Seeking Application. Select Undergraduate General Studies Online as your major.
  2. Watch for an email from the Admissions office about registration.
  3. Register yourself for classes when registration opens.

Non-degree seeking students do not pay application fees since they are not attending a degree program, and are limited to 8 credits per term.

Once registered you are responsible for the tuition and fees. The payment and refund schedule, along with the payment plan application, is located on the Cashier’s Office website. The Academic Calendar details important registration dates and withdraw deadlines.

After receiving the “You’re Admitted” email from the Admissions Office please send an FCCPT evaluation or unofficial transcript to the Registrar’s Office at registrar@oit.edu along with your name, your Oregon Tech ID number and the course you are wishing to register in. The Registrar’s Office will assist you with getting the needed faculty permissions so you can register yourself in the class..


Contact the Admissions Office with questions about the application process outlined below.

Office of Admissions


Contact the Registrar's Office with questions about registering for classes. You must be accepted to the university before you can enroll in courses.

Registrar's Office

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