Proposing a DPO Course

On October 13, 2022, the Faculty Senate voted to approve the new General Education Curriculum proposed by the Baccalaureate Core Reform Committee. As part of the process for implementing the new Core Education at OSU, the Difference, Power, and Oppression (DPO) requirement includes both foundational and advance courses. Please follow the links below to view the rationale, criteria, and learning outcomes for DPO courses at both levels, as well as the procedure for submitting a DPO course proposal.

DPO Foundations      DPO Advanced      Proposal Process

The anticipated launch date for Core Education is Summer 2025, please visit the implementation website for complete details about the timeline and process. You can also view the the rationale, criteria, and learning outcomes for approved DPD courses under the current Baccalaureate Core catalog here.