Political Sciences
Sample Four Year Degree Plan for Transfer Students
Bachelor of Arts (91 Units)*
Year 1 Fall Winter Spring Summer  
Courses Units Courses Units Courses Units Courses Units Total
ENGL 1021 4 UNIV 400 (WPE)3 0     Theme Course 1 4 35 UNITS
NSS 301 2 POLS 371 4     Theme Course 2 4
FREE Elective2 4 POLS 372 4     Theme Course 3 4
    FREE Elective4 4        
               
Total 10 Total 12 Total   Total 12
   
Year 2 Fall Winter Spring Summer  
Courses Units Courses Units Courses Units Courses Units Total
POLS 373 4 POLS Option 1 4         20 UNITS
POLS 374 4 POLS Option 2 4        
    POLS Option 3 4        
               
Total 8 Total 12 Total   Total  
   
Year 3 Fall Winter Spring Summer  
Courses Units Courses Units Courses Units Courses Units Total
POLS Option 4 4     POLS Option 6 4 POLS Option 7 4 20 UNITS
POLS Option 5 4         POLS Option 8 4
               
Total 8 Total   Total 4 Total 8
   
Year 4 Fall Winter Spring Summer  
Courses Units Courses Units Courses Units Courses Units Total
    FREE Elective 4 POLS 4985 4     16 UNITS
    POLS 490 4 FREE Elective 4    
               
Total   Total 8 Total 8 Total  
* This "Roadmap" assumes GE cdrtification with 89 transfer units and courses equivalent to POLS 205 and POLS 281.
1 ENGL 102 is required of all students. A minimum C grade is required. A C- grade is not acceptable.
2  If student does not have a transfer course equivalent to POLS 205 then student must take POLS 205 using these 4 elective units.
3  ENGL 101 and 102 must be completed before registering for UNIV 400 and taking the Writing Proficiency Exam (WPE). You must take the WPE by the time you have completed 135 units.
4 If the student does not have a transfer course equivalent to POLS 281 then the student must take POLS 281 using free elective units.
5  Prerequisite:  WPE. A minimum C grade is required in POLS 498 without exception.
Students must take two diversity courses in the GE program.  Normally Upper Division transfer students meet with diversity course requirement by taking an upper division theme containing two diversity courses.  These courses are marked with a (d)