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General Education Requirements (44 units)

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Lower Division General Education Requirements (32 units)

A
Basic
Subjects

 

American
Institutions

B
Natural
Sciences

C

Humanities

D
Social
Sciences

E
Lifelong Understanding
and Self-Development

UNITS: 8

UNITS: 8

 

UNITS: 12 - Select 1 course from 3 different areas (C1,C2,C3, C4,C5)

 

UNITS: 4 - Select one course

A1 WRITTEN COMM
ENGL 101

 

A2 ORAL COMM
COMM 150


 

 

U.S. HISTORY

HIST 202 or 202B

 

U.S. CONSTITUTION

+POLS 150

 

 

C1 LITERATURE AND
DRAMA

ANTH/ENGL 245
ENGL 207, 250, 258,
(d)260, (d)270, 280
SPAN 242
TA 152

 

C2 ARTS

ART 101ABC, 150, 152, 155
156, 157, 159, 209
TVF/DANC/TA 210
TVF/ENGL 225
(d)CHS 112
(d)CHS/PAS 260
DANC 157
(d) LBS 234
MUS 150, 151, 152, 156, 157, 160

 

C3 PHILOSOPHY AND
RELIGIOUS STUDIES

PHIL 151, 152
(d) PHIL/RELS 200
(d) PHIL 220

 

C4 LANGUAGES OTHER
THAN ENGLISH

COMD 150
CHIN 100ABC, 101ABC,
200ABC, 201ABC
FREN 100ABC, 130, 200AB
GERM 100ABC, 200ABC
ITAL 100ABC, 200ABC
JAPN 100ABC, 130,
200ABC, 230
KOR 100ABC
LATN 100ABC, 222
PAS 120
PORT 100ABC
RUSS 101AB
SPAN 100ABC, 105, 130,
200ABC, 205ABC, 230

 

C-5 INTEGRATED
HUMANITIES

TVF/ENGL/TA 240
ENGL/PHIL 210

 

 

ANTH 265
(d) ART 240
BUS 200
(d) CHDV/SOC 120
HS 150
KIN 150
(d) PHIL 230
POLS 120
PSY 160
COMM 230
SOC 202
TECH 250

 

 

Diversity Requirement

Those courses with the course number preceded by the designation (d) are diversity courses. Students must include at least two diversity courses (8 units), which may be selected from Block C, Block E, or from the General Education Upper Division Themes as described in the following section.

Minimum Average Grade

A minimum C grade average in general education is required of all students following the 1987- 1989, or any later catalog.

Upper Division General Education Requirements (12 units)

Select any one of the themes listed (A thru I). Courses in each theme are distributed among three areas including: Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Social Sciences and Humanities. You must complete one course from each of the three areas in the chosen theme. Do not take more than one course from the same area. You can find all the different themes (Theme A to Theme I) in the Schedule of Classes and also the University Catalog.

EXAMPLE: If you choose Theme A: Challenge of Change in the Developing World, as described below, you can take GEOG333, ECON360 and TVF324. You cannot take GEOG333, GEOL351, and PHIL334 to meet this requirement.

 A.     Challenge of Change in the Developing World

This theme explores the dilemmas faced by the peoples of Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America as they struggle to overcome legacies of colonialism and economic dependence.  The developing countries are characterized by severe social and cultural tensions, physical complexities and challenges to themselves and the rest of the world.  Their current integration into the global economy marks a crucial stage in world history.  The natural science courses assess their physical settings, constraints and possibilities; the social science courses analyze social, political and economic processes of change; the humanities component examines the dynamic interplay among the arts, religion and cultural values.

 

Natural Sciences and Mathematics

GEOG 333

Environment and Development in the Third World (4)

GEOL 351

Environmental Geology of  Developing Nations (4)

Social Sciences

ECON 360

Developing Countries and the New Global Economy (4)

HIST 360 

Revolution and Society in Developing Countries (4)

LAS/PAS/POLS 360

Dynamics of Change in the Developing World (4)

Humanities

TVF 324

Third Cinema/Video (4)

(d) LAS/PAS  342

Cultural Impact of Development (4)

PHIL 334

Post-Colonial Values and Modernization in the Developing World (4)

Diversity Requirement

Those courses with the course number preceded by the designation (d) are diversity courses. Students must include at least two diversity courses (8 units), which may be selected from Block C, Block E, or from the General Education Upper Division Themes as described in the following section.

Minimum Average Grade

A minimum C grade average in general education is required of all students following the 1987- 1989, or any later catalog.

Upper Division General Education Requirements (12 units)

Select any one of the themes listed (A thru I). Courses in each theme are distributed among three areas including: Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Social Sciences and Humanities. You must complete one course from each of the three areas in the chosen theme. Do not take more than one course from the same area. You can find all the different themes (Theme A to Theme I) in the Schedule of Classes and also the University Catalog.

EXAMPLE: If you choose Theme A: Challenge of Change in the Developing World, as described below, you can take GEOG333, ECON360 and TVF324. You cannot take GEOG333, GEOL351, and PHIL334 to meet this requirement.

 A.     Challenge of Change in the Developing World

This theme explores the dilemmas faced by the peoples of Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America as they struggle to overcome legacies of colonialism and economic dependence.  The developing countries are characterized by severe social and cultural tensions, physical complexities and challenges to themselves and the rest of the world.  Their current integration into the global economy marks a crucial stage in world history.  The natural science courses assess their physical settings, constraints and possibilities; the social science courses analyze social, political and economic processes of change; the humanities component examines the dynamic interplay among the arts, religion and cultural values.

 

Natural Sciences and Mathematics

GEOG 333

Environment and Development in the Third World (4)

GEOL 351

Environmental Geology of  Developing Nations (4)

Social Sciences

ECON 360

Developing Countries and the New Global Economy (4)

HIST 360 

Revolution and Society in Developing Countries (4)

LAS/PAS/POLS 360

Dynamics of Change in the Developing World (4)

Humanities

TVF 324

Third Cinema/Video (4)

(d) LAS/PAS  342

Cultural Impact of Development (4)

PHIL 334

Post-Colonial Values and Modernization in the Developing World (4)

University Requirements (6 units)

  1. ENGL 102 - Composition II: Analytical and Persuasive Writing (4)
  2. ENGR 150 - Introduction to Engineering (1)

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