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The Umpqua Community College RMC program supports the transfer of prior college credits for course equivalency consideration. Transcript equivalency credit must be reviewed and approved by the UCC Registrar.

To submit transcripts for consideration you may need two key links:

UCC Transcript Submission Process

UCC Course Substitution Petition

As a UCC RMC program participant you have three options for prior course work:

Option 1

If you have prior RMC course work from another WAFC accredited community college:

  1. Complete the Getting Started RMC program registration process at www.uccrmc.com.
  2. Email a copy of your unofficial transcript to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Include your UCC student registration number along with the date you completed the UCC RMC application process.
  3. Order and submit official transcripts using the link above.
  4. Once you receive the transcript review email from the UCC Registrar, please forward it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Option 2

If you have prior non-RMC college credits and desire course equivalency review before beginning the UCC RMC program:

  1. Complete only Step 1 of the Getting Started process at www.uccrmc.com.
  2. When completing the college admissions indicate that you are a transfer student.
  3. Use the UCC Transcript Submission Process to submit your prior college work.
  4. Once you receive the transcript review email from the UCC Registrar forward it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and include your UCC student registration number and an explanation that you would like to register for the UCC RMC program.
  5. Gary Gray will provide a next steps email. Note – you will not begin the RMC program until the transcript review process is complete. This can take 4 – 6 weeks.

Option 3

If you have prior non-RMC college credits and desire course equivalency consideration but are willing to begin with the first RMC course while the equivalency is considered:

  1. Complete the Getting Started process at www.uccrmc.com.
  2. When completing the college admissions indicate that you are a transfer student.
  3. Use the UCC Transcript Submission Process to submit your prior college work.
  4. Once you receive the transcript review email from the UCC Registrar, please forward it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and include your UCC student registration number and an explanation that you would like to register for the UCC RMC program.
  5. You will begin with the SDP113 class and continue as a non-transfer student until the transcript review is completed.
  6. Your RMC program will be adjusted based on any course equivalency that is granted by the UCC Registrar.

Key Considerations:

  1. Course work that is older than 5 years is difficult to evaluate and may slow the review process.
  2. UCC Registrar decisions are final and cannot be adjusted by the RMC Program.
  3. If you believe that a declined course equivalency should be appealed you may complete the UCC Course Substitution Petition and submit to: UCC RMC Program Attn: Gary Gray, RMC Program Advisor PO Box 967, Roseburg, OR 97470-0226.
  4. Enrollment estimation dates cannot be provided for students seeking transfer equivalency review prior to program start.

Course Schedule

All RMC classes follow UCC's term schedule (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter) and are offered on-demand. In other words, your RMC class(es) start when a UCC term starts and you can follow your own schedule. You can start at the beginning of any term, skip a term and start again when another term starts and it is convenient for you. If your employer is sponsoring you, be sure to check their requirements for taking and completing the course. 

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Required Classes

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Complete these classes with a grade of "C" or better to earn your certificate.

Course material requirements are subject to change. Please confirm required textbook and materials using the UCC Online Bookstore before ordering.

  • SDP 113: Human Relations for Supervisors

    This course analyzes the mutual relationships of employees, customers, and others outside the work place. Studies and provides critical thinking about teamwork, coaching, counseling, and mutual respect, personal integrity, and acceptance of others. Students gain insight into the human and organizational factors that influence the workplace beyond the traditionally measured outcomes of performance, production, and profitability.

    • 3 credits

    ORGB4Textbook

    ORGB Version 4 2015 (ORGB4) or ORGB Version 5 2016 - either version is acceptable

    Publisher: South-Western Cengage

    Authors: Debra L. Nelson and James Campbell Quick (Nelson/Quick)

    ISBN 978-1-285-42329-6.

    The textbook is available at the UCC Bookstore. You may use online sites to purchase the book however; it is your responsibility to ensure that you obtain the same version of the text as required for class.

    Get it at Amazon

    Note: The Amazon link and other sites may include the CourseMate Access card. There is no price difference, just ensure that you get the 4th/5th edition. Only the textbook is required – you do not need the optional access card.

  • BA231: Computers in Business

    BA231 is a computer class with very precise software requirements. Students will need the personal computer version of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. You will need a computer with high speed internet access in order to be successful in the course. This course is not designed to be completed using a tablet or smart phone options.

    Both Windows and Mac versions of the software can be used. The course is built with the Windows version and as such the Mac version will require some additional student research. Here are options for the required Microsoft Office Suite:

    Microsoft Office Suite Options:
    Option 1: Already have Microsoft Office Suite installed?
    Students who currently have Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint installed with a version of Office 2016 or Office 365 may use that software for the class.
    Option 2: Microsoft Free Student Version of Office 365
    This option works for both Windows and MAC computers.
    As an Umpqua Community College student, you may download a free version of Office 365. In order to use this option, you will need your UCC Student Email account. You will need to follow the instructions contained in the following link on your personal computer:
    Note: There are no technical support options available for this free download. If you are unable to make the download work, you need to use Option 3 below.
    Option 3: Purchase Microsoft Office Suite from UCC Bookstore
    Students may purchase a personal copy of the software from the UCC Online Bookstore. The software is available for about $55 and is available for both Windows and Mac. Use the link provided or go to the UCC Online Bookstore and open the Software tab. Under this option you actually own the software, which is worth several hundreds of dollars if purchased at a store.
    If you need or want to order the software early please contact the bookstore directly and let them know you are an RMC student. For questions regarding software ordering contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Make sure to specify that you are an RMC Student trying to purchase the Microsoft Office Suite for BA231; include your Student ID (800 number).
  • BA214: Business Communications

    This course covers strategies in effective business communication.

    • 3 credits
    • Prerequisite: WR 115 or equivalent.

    Textbook

    The textbook for this class is an Open Educational Resources (OER) book that is provided with the Canvas Distance Learning platform. You do not need to purchase a textbook for this class. You will find links to the digital textbook in the Canvas class shell.

  • BA206: Management Fundamentals

    This is a basic course in management with emphasis on the application of sound managerial practices and techniques. Managerial functions including planning, organizing, leading, and controlling are studied in the framework of this course.

    • 3 credits

    Textbook

    The textbook for this class is an Open Educational Resources (OER) book that is provided with the Canvas Distance Learning platform. You do not need to purchase a textbook for this class. You will find links to the digital textbook in the Canvas class shell.

  • BA223: Marketing

    Covers the basic components of marketing such as consumer behavior, marketing research, production, distribution, promotion and price planning. Includes current marketing emphasis on customer service and global marketing. Case studies, videos, and guest speakers enhance student learning.

    • 3 credits

    Textbook

    The textbook for this class is an Open Educational Resources (OER) book that is provided with the Canvas Distance Learning platform. You do not need to purchase a textbook for this class. You will find links to the digital textbook in the Canvas class shell.

  • SDP 208: Human Resources for Supervisors

    This course prepares students for real issues and current challenges in human resource management. Problem-solving and decision-making skills are developed and emphasized.

    • 3 credits

    Textbook

    The textbook for this class is an Open Educational Resources (OER) book that is provided with the Canvas Distance Learning platform. You do not need to purchase a textbook for this class. You will find links to the digital textbook in the Canvas class shell.

  • BA233: Accounting for Managers

    NOTE: This course was previously listed as BA160. Students that completed BA160 do not need to take BA233.

    Gain an understanding of accounting and how it can be used to make financial decisions. Topics include: calculating interest and payroll, measuring and reporting data, understanding financial systems, using computer applications, and performing cost analysis.

    • 4 credits

    Textbook

    The textbook for this class is an Open Educational Resources (OER) book that is provided with the Canvas Distance Learning platform. You do not need to purchase a textbook for this class. You will find links to the digital textbook in the Canvas class shell.

  • BA249: Retailing

    Designed to acquaint students with the nature and scope of retailing. Learn about the history of retailing, managing retail operations, including financial planning, merchandise buying and handling, as well as store design and layout.

    • 3 credits 

    Textbook

    The textbook for this class is an Open Educational Resources (OER) book that is provided with the Canvas Distance Learning platform. You do not need to purchase a textbook for this class. You will find links to the digital textbook in the Canvas class shell.

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