External Exams Credit

Southwestern College grants credit toward its associate degrees for successfully passing external examinations including Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), and Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES). Such exams may also be used to certify areas of CSU GE-Breadth and the IGETC.  In order to receive credit, students must submit a Credit for Prior Learning petition and must have official scores (transcripts) submitted directly to the Admissions Office.  If AP, IB, CLEP or DANTES exam credit is needed for graduation, the official test score must be on file before petitioning for graduation.  

Select the exam type from the button options above  to access the charts.  These will show the exams, the equivalent course(s), if any, at Southwestern College and the specific area of Southwestern College, CSU GE-Breadth and the IGETC general education requirements that may be cleared.

Please be aware that each college or university sets its own criteria for awarding external exam credit.  Since external exam credit can vary at each university, students are encouraged to speak with an academic counselor and/or check the four-year transfer university catalog to confirm how these credits will be received toward credit in the major.

(Title 5 Section 55002, 55021, 55023 55025, 55050, 55051, 55052, AP 4235 - Credit for Prior Learning)

Advanced Placement (AP)

Please consult with a counselor for questions and up to date information regarding exams.  Units vary depending on the university.   

Students will be granted college credit for one or more Southwestern College courses provided they have a satisfactory score on an appropriate Advanced Placement Examination conducted by the College Board. It is not necessary for a student to have taken or successfully completed the Advanced Placement class in high school to receive credit for a class based on the examination score. Credit will be granted for Advanced Placement Exam scores of three (3) and above for California Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum, California State University General Education Breadth, or a general education requirement for a Southwestern College degree, as appropriate for a student’s needs.

Note: Although six (6) units may be awarded for a given AP test, only one course (3 semester units) may be used to complete an IGETC requirement.

Students planning to transfer without a CSU or IGETC certification should consult with a counselor and check the catalog of the four-year institution to see how AP credits are awarded, since awards can vary. Additional units may count for elective units toward eligibility for admission to a CSU or UC.

Students will not receive duplicate credit for coursework completed at Southwestern College.  AP credit will not be posted to the student’s permanent record.

**NOTE:  SWC will award the greater of the value in the CSU units towards transfer or the SWC college course unit value for each individual AP exam used.  See CCCCO Memo AA 17-20 (March 30, 2017).   

CSU Advanced Placement Policies

The AP exams may be incorporated into certification of CSU General Education Breadth Requirements. All CSU campuses will accept the minimum units shown if the examination is included in full or subject area certification; individual CSU campuses may choose to accept more than those specified towards completion of general education breadth requirements. The CSU Semester Units Toward Admission unit column reflects what each campus system wide will minimally accept toward CSU Admission.

UC Advanced Placement Policies

Each AP exam may be applied to one IGETC area, as satisfying one course requirement, with the exception of Language Other Than English. The final column reflects what the University of California will award per AP exam for admission to any UC campus.

To obtain official AP transcripts, go to www.collegeboard.org or contact AP services toll free at (888) 225-5427.

Examination Score SWC (Semester Units) Southwestern College Courses CSU-GE Certification (Semester Units) * CSU Semester Units Towards Admission** IGETC Certification (Semester Units) UC Units Towards Admission
Art History 3, 4, 5 6 units ART 150, ART 151 3 units
Area C1 or C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3A or 3B
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Biology 3, 4, 5 4 units BIOL 100, BIOL 101 4 units
Area B2 and B3
6 units 4 units
Area 5B and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Calculus AB1 or
BC/AB Subscore1
3 4 units MATH 120 3 units
Area B4
3 units 3 units
Area 2A
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Calculus AB1 or
BC/AB Subscore1
4, 5 5 units MATH 250 3 units
Area B4
3 units 3 units
Area 2A
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Calculus BC1 3 5 units MATH 250  3 units
Area B4
6 units 3 units
Area 2A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Calculus BC1 4, 5 9 units MATH 250 and MATH 251 3 units
Area B4
6 units 3 units
Area 2A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Chemistry
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^
3 5 units CHEM 200 6 units
Area B1 and B3
6 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Chemistry
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^
4 or 5 10 units CHEM 200, CHEM 210 6 units
Area B1 and B3
6 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Chemistry
(CSU: Effective Fall 2009)^
3 5 units CHEM 200 4 units
Area B1 and B3
6 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Chemistry
(CSU: Effective Fall 2009)^
4 or 5 10 units CHEM 200, CHEM 210 4 units
Area B1 and B3
6 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Chinese Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 5 units CHIN 101 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Comparative Government and Politics 3, 4, 5 3 units PS 103 3 units
Area D
3 units 3 units
Area 4
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Computer Science A1
(UC: Prior to Fall 2018)^
3
4,5
3 units
3 units
N/E
MATH 130
N/A 3 units N/A 2 quarter/1.3 semester units
Computer Science A1
(UC: Effective Fall 2018)^
3
4,5
3 units
3 units
N/E
MATH 130
N/A 3 units N/A 8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Computer Science AB1 3
4,5
3 units
6 units
MATH 130
MATH 130, MATH 140
N/A 6 units N/A 4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Computer Science Principles1
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2019)^
3 6 units N/E N/A 6 Units N/A N/A
Computer Science Principles1
(CSU: Effective Fall 2019)^
3 6 units N/E 3 Units
Area B4
6 units N/A 8 quarter/5.3 semester units
English Language and Composition 3, 4, 5 4 units ENGL 115 3 units
Area A2
6 units 3 units
Area A1
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
English Literature and Composition 3, 4, 5 7 units ENGL 115, ENGL 220 or ENGL 270 6 units
Area A2 and C2
6 units 3 units
Area 1A or 3B
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Environmental Science2
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^
3, 4, 5 4 units Area B 4 units
Area B1+B3 or B2+B3
4 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Environmental Science2
(CSU: Effective Fall 2009)^
3, 4, 5 4 units EHMT 100 or
Area B
4 units
Area B1+B3
4 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
European History 3, 4, 5 6 units HIST 104 and HIST 105 3 units
Area C2 or D
6 units 3 units
Area 3B or 4
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
French Language
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^
3, 4, 5 5 units FREN 201 6 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
French Language
(CSU: Effective Fall 2009 or prior to Fall 2011)^
3, 4, 5 5 units FREN 201 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
French Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 5 units FREN 201 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
French Literature
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^
3, 4, 5 5 units FREN 202 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
German Language
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^
3, 4, 5 5 units Area C 6 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
German Language
(CSU: Effective Fall 2009 or prior to Fall 2011)^
3, 4, 5 5 units Area C 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
German Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 5 units Area C 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Human Geography 3, 4, 5 3 units GEOG 120 3 units
Area D
3 units 3 units
Area 4
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Italian Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 5 units ITAL 201 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Japanese Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 5 units JPN 201 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Latin Literature
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^
3, 4, 5 5 units Area C 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Latin 3, 4, 5 5 units Area C 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Latin: Vergil
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2012)^
3, 4, 5 5 units Area C 3 units
Area C2
3 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Macroeconomics 3, 4, 5 3 units ECON 101 3 units
Area D
3 units 3 units
Area 4
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Microeconomics 3, 4, 5 3 units ECON 102 3 units
Area D
3 units 3 units
Area 4
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Music Theory 3, 4, 5 3 units MUS 131 N/A N/A N/A 8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Music Theory (CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^ 3, 4, 5 4 units MUS 101, MUS 102 3 units
Area C1
6 units N/A 8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Physics 13
(Replaced Physics B-May 2015)
3, 4, 5 4 units Area B 4 units
Areas B1 and B3
4 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Physics 23
(Replaced Physics B-May 2015)
3, 4, 5 4 units Area B 4 units
Areas B1 and B3
4 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Physics B3
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2009)^
3, 4, 5 3 units Area B 6 units
Areas B1 and B3
6 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Physics B3
(CSU: Effective Fall 2009 and prior to Fall 2015)^
3, 4, 5 3 units Area B 4 units
Areas B1 and B3
6 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Physics C (Mechanics)3 3, 4, 5 4 units PHYS 270
PHYS 271
4 units
Areas B1 and B3
4 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Physics C (Electricity and Magnetism)3 3, 4, 5 4 units PHYS 272
PHYS 273
4 units
Areas B1 and B3
4 units 4 units
Area 5A and 5C
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Psychology 3, 4, 5 3 units PSYC 101 3 units
Area D
3 units 3 units
Area 4
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Seminar 3, 4, 5 3 units N/E N/A 3 units N/A N/A
Spanish Language
(CSU: Prior to Spring 2014)^
3 5 units SPAN 201 6 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Spanish Language
(CSU: Prior to Spring 2014)^
4 5 units SPAN 202 6 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Spanish Language
(CSU: Prior to Spring 2014)^
5 5 units SPAN 215 6 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Spanish Language and Culture
(CSU: Effective Spring 2014)^
3 5 units SPAN 201 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Spanish Language and Culture
(CSU: Effective Spring 2014)^
4 5 units SPAN 202 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Spanish Language and Culture (CSU: Effective Spring 2014)^ 5 5 units SPAN 215 3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Spanish Literature
(CSU: Prior to Spring 2013)^
3, 4, 5 5 units SPAN 225
or
SPAN 226
6 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Spanish Literature and Culture
(CSU: Effective Spring 2013)^
3, 4, 5 3 units SPAN 225
or
SPAN 226
3 units
Area C2
6 units 3 units
Area 3B and 6A
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Statistics 3, 4, 5 4 units MATH 119 3 units
Area B4
3 units 3 units
Area 2A
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
Studio Arts
(CSU: Prior to Fall 2010)^
3, 4, 5 6 units ART 100, ART 101 N/A 3 units N/A N/A
Studio Art - 2D Design 3, 4, 5 3 units ART 101 N/A 3 units N/A 8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Studio Art - 3D Design 3, 4, 5 3 units ART 103 N/A 3 units N/A 8 quarter/5.3 semester units
Studio Arts - Drawing 3, 4, 5 3 units ART 100 N/A 3 units N/A 8 quarter/5.3 semester units
U.S. Government and Politics + 3, 4, 5 3 units PS 102 3 units
Area D and US-2
3 units 3 units
Area 4 and US-2
4 quarter/2.6 semester units
U.S. History + 3, 4, 5 6 units HIST 100 and HIST 101 3 units
Area C2 or D and US-1
6 units 3 units
Area 3B or 4 and US-1
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
World History 3, 4, 5 3 units HIST 106 3 units
Area C2 or D
3 units 3 units
Area 3B or 4
8 quarter/5.3 semester units
World History: Modern
(CSU: Effective Fall 2019)
3, 4, 5 3 units HIST 107 3 units
Area C2 or D
3 units 3 units
Area 3B or 4
8 quarter/5.3 semester units

International Baccalaureate (IB)

Please consult with a counselor for questions and up to date information regarding exams.  Units vary depending on the university. 

Southwestern College, on recommendation of the faculty, may award up to six or more units of credit for each International Baccalaureate (IB) higher-level subject examination passed with a score of four or better. Although six (6) or more units may be awarded for a given IB test, only one course (3 semester units) may be used to complete an IGETC requirement. To receive credit, students must request that their IB scores (transcripts) be sent to Southwestern College. Once the scores are on file with the College, the student must petition for the awarding of credit. Petitions are available online. Credit will not be posted to the student’s permanent record.

Please be aware that each university sets its own criteria for the awarding of International Baccalaureate credit. For instance, the University of California (UC) system will only award credit for a score of five or higher on each higher-level exam.

Examination Score SWC Units SWC GE Area CSU-GE Certification* CSU Units Towards Admission** IGETC Certification UC Units Towards Admission
Biology HL 4 4 units Area B N/A N/A N/A N/A
Biology HL 5-7 4 units Area B 3 units, Area B2 6 units 3 units, Area 5B without Lab 5.3 quarter units
Chemistry HL 5-7 5 units Area B 3 units Area B1 6 units 3 units, Area 5A without Lab 5.3 quarter units
Economics HL 4 3 units Area D N/A N/A N/A  
Economics HL 5-7 3 units Area D 3 units, Area D 6 units 3 units, Area 4 5.3 quarter units
Geography HL 4 6 units Area D N/A N/A N/A N/A
Geography HL 5-7 6 units Area D 3 units, Area D 6 units 3 units, Area 4 5.3 quarter units
History (any region) HL 5-7 6 units Area D 3 units, Area C2 or D 6 units 3 units, Area 3B or 4 5.3 quarter units
Language A: Literature (any language) HL 4 6 units Area C 3 units, Area C2 6 units N/A N/A
Language A: Literature (any language) HL 5-7 6 units Area C 3 units, Area C2 6 units 3 units, Area 3B 5.3 quarter units
Language A: Literature (any language, except English) HL 5-7 N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 units, Area 3B and 6A 5.3 quarter units
Language A: Language and Literature (any language) HL 4 6 units Area C 3 units, Area C2 6 units N/A N/A
Language A: Language and Literature (any language) HL 5-7 6 units Area C 3 units, Area C2 6 units 3 units, Area 3B 5.3 quarter units
Language A: Language and Literature (any language, except
English) HL
5-7 N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 units, Area 3B and 6A 5.3 quarter units
Language A1 (any language) HL
(Prior to Fall 2013) ^1
4 6 units Area C 3 units, Area C2 6 units N/A N/A
Language A1 (any language) HL
(Prior to Fall 2013) ^1
5-7 6 units Area C 3 units, Area C2 6 units 3 units, Area 3B 5.3 quarter units
Language A1 (any language, except English) HL
(Prior to Fall 2013)^1
5-7 N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 units, Area 3B and 6A 5.3 quarter units
Language A1 (English) HL
(Prior to Fall 2013) ^1
4 6 units Area A1 and C N/A N/A N/A N/A
Language A2 (any language) HL
(Prior to Fall 2013) ^1
4 N/A N/A 3 units, Area C2 6 units N/A N/A
Language A2 (any language) HL
(Prior to Fall 2013) ^1
5-7 N/A N/A 3 units, Area C2 6 units 3 units, Area 3B 5.3 quarter units
Language A2 (any language, except English) HL
(Prior to Fall 2013)^1
5-7 N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 units, Area 3B and 6A 5.3 quarter units
Language A2 (Spanish) HL
(Prior to Fall 2013) ^1
4-7 6 units Area C N/A N/A N/A N/A
Language B (any language) HL 1 4 5 units Area C N/A 6 units N/A N/A
Language B (any language) HL 1 5-7 5 units Area C N/A 6 units 3 units, Area 6A 5.3 quarter units
Mathematics HL 4 4 Units Math 120 3 units, Area B4 6 units N/A N/A
Mathematics HL 5-7 5 Units Math 250 3 units, Area B4 6 units 3 units, Area 2A 5.3 quarter units
Physics HL 5-7 4 Area B 3 units, B1 6 units 3 units, Area 5A (without Lab) 5.3 quarter units
Psychology HL 5-7 3 units Area D 3 units, D 3 units 3 units, Area 4 5.3 quarter units
Theatre HL 4 6 units N/A 3 units, Area C1 6 units N/A N/A
Theatre HL 5-7 6 units N/A 3 units, Area C1 6 units 3 units, Area 3A 5.3 quarter units

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

Please consult with a counselor for questions and up to date information regarding exams.  Units vary depending on the university. 

College credit may be granted for the General and Subject examinations offered through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) by the College Examination Board when satisfactory scores have been earned. Southwestern College will grant credit to students who have attained a score at or above the 50th percentile level on each of the General Examinations and Subject Examinations. A maximum of six (6) semester units of credits will be granted or three (3) units of credit granted for each Subject Examination passed. No credit will be granted for scores below the 50th percentile and no credit will be allowed in subject areas wherein previous college credit has been earned. Credit will not be posted to the student’s permanent record.

Examination Score SWC Units and/or GE Area CSU-GE Certification* CSU Units Towards Admission**
American Government 50 3 units, Area D 3 units, Area D 3 units
American Literature 50 6 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 3 units
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature 50 6 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 3 units
Biology 50 3 units, Area B 3 units, Area B2 3 units
Calculus
(Prior to Fall 2009^)
51 5 units, Area A2 and Mathematics Competency N/A 3 Units
Calculus
(Effective 2009^)
50 5 units, Area A2 and Mathematics Competency 3 units, Area B4 3 units
Chemistry
(Prior to Fall 2009^)
48 3 units, Area B N/A N/A
Chemistry
(Effective 2009^)
50 3 units, Area B 3 units, Area B1 3 units
College Algebra 50 5 units, Area A2 and Mathematics Competency 3 units, Area B4 3 units
College Algebra – Trigonometry 50 3 units, Area A2 and Mathematics Competency 3 units, Area B4 3 units
College Mathematics 50 3 units, Area A2 and Mathematics Competency N/A N/A
College Composition 50 N/A N/A N/A
College Composition - Modular 50 N/A N/A N/A
College Composition (with essay) 50 N/A N/A N/A
College Composition (no essay) 50 N/A N/A N/A
English Literature
(Prior to Fall 2011^)
50 5 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 3 units
Financial Accounting 50 4 units, Elective N/A 3 units
French Level I1 50 5 units, Area C N/A 6 units
French Level II2
(Prior to Fall 2015^)
59 12 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 12 units
French Level II1
(Effective Fall 2015)
59 9 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 9 units
Freshman College Composition 50 3 units, Elective N/A N/A
German Level I1 50 5 units, Area C N/A 6 units
German Level II2
(Prior to Fall 2015^)
60 12 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 12 units
German Level II1
(Effective Fall 2015)
60 9 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 9 units
History, United States I 50 3 units, Area D 3 units, Area D and US-1 3 units
History, United States II 50 3 units, Area D 3 units, Area D and US-1 3 units
Human Growth and Development 50 3 units, Area D 3 units, Area E 3 units
Humanities 50 3 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 3 units
Information Systems and Computer Applications 50 3 units, Area A2 N/A 3 units
Introduction to Educational Psychology 50 3 units, Area D N/A 3 units
Introduction to Business Law 50 3 units, Elective N/A 3 units
Introductory Psychology 50 3 units, Area D 3 units, Area D 3 units
Introductory Sociology 50 3 units, Area D 3 units, Area D 3 units
Natural Sciences 50 3 units, Area B 3 units, Area B1 or B2 3 units
Pre-Calculus 50 3 units, Area A2 and Mathematics Competency 3 units, Area B4 3 units
Principles of Accounting 50 4 units, Elective N/A 3 units
Principles of Macroeconomics 50 3 units, Area D 3 units, Area D 3 units
Principles of Management 50 3 units, Elective N/A 3 units
Principles of Marketing 50 3 units, Elective N/A 3 units
Principles of Microeconomics 50 3 units, Area D 3 units, Area D 3 units
Social Science and History 50 3 units, Area D N/A N/A
Spanish Level I1 50 5 units, Area C N/A 6 units
Spanish Level II2
(Prior to Fall 2015^)
63 12 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 12 units
Spanish Level II1
(Effective Fall 2015)
63 9 units, Area C 3 units, Area C2 9 units
Spanish with Writing I 50   N/A 6 units
Spanish with Writing II 63   3 units, Area C2 9 units
Trigonometry
(Prior to Fall 2006^)
50 3 units, Area A2 and Mathematics Competency 3 units, Area B4 (prior to Fall 2006) 3 units
Western Civilization I 50 3 units, Area C or D 3 units, Area C2 or D 3 units
Western Civilization II 50 3 units, Area C or D 3 units, Area D 3 units

Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)

Please consult with a counselor for questions and up to date information regarding exams.  Units vary depending on the university. 

A student may also receive credit for Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) tests. All credit earned from DANTES will be applied towards Southwestern College general elective credit or General Education area only or to clear a General Education (GE) area. Credit will not be posted to the student’s permanent record.

To request an official CLEP/DANTES transcript, go to www.collegeboard.org.

Examination Score SWC Units and/or GE Area
A History of the Vietnam War 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
An Introduction to the Modern Middle East 50 or higher 3 semester units Area D
Art of the Western World 50 or higher 3 semester units Area C
Astronomy 50 or higher 3 semester units Area B
Business Mathematics (on or after 9/1/2009) 400 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Business Mathematics (prior to 9/1/2009) 50 or higher 3 semester units Area A2 and Math Competency
Criminal Justice (on or after 1/1/2008) 400 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Criminal Justice (prior to 1/1/2008) 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Environment and Humanity: The Race to Save the Planet 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Ethics in America (on or after 1/1/2008) 400 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Ethics in America (prior to 1/1/2008) 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Foundations of Education 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Fundamental College Algebra (on or after 1/1/2008) 400 or higher 3 semester units Area A2 and Mathematics Competency
Fundamental College Algebra (prior to 1/1/2008) 50 or higher 3 semester units Area A2 and Mathematics Competency
Fundamentals of Counseling 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
General Anthropology 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Here's to Your Health 50 or higher 3 semester units Health Education
Human Resource Management 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Human/Cultural Geography 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Introduction to Business (on or after 9/1/2009) 400 or higher 3 semester units Area D
Introduction to Business (prior to 9/1/2009) 50 or higher 3 semester units Area D
Introduction to Computing (on or after 1/1/2008) 400 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Introduction to Computing (prior to 1/1/2008) 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Introduction to Law Enforcement 50 or higher 3 semester units Area D
Introduction to World Religions (on or after 1/1/2008) 400 or higher 3 semester units Area C
Introduction to World Religions (prior to 1/1/2008) 50 or higher 3 semester units Area C
Lifespan Development Psychology 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Organizational Behavior 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Personal Finance (on or after 1/1/2008) 400 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Personal Finance (prior to 1/1/2008) 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Principles of Geology 50 or higher 3 semester units Area B
Principles of Finance (prior to 9/1/2009) 400 or higher 4 semester units Elective
Principles of Physical Science I 50 or higher 3 semester units Area B
Principle of Statistics (on or after 1/1/2008) 400 or higher 3 semester units Area A2 and Mathematics Competency
Principles of Public Speaking 50 or higher 3 semester units Area A2
Principles of Statistics (prior to 1/1/2008) 50 or higher 3 semester units Area A2 and Mathematics Competency
Principles of Supervision (on or after 9/1/2009) 400 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Principles of Supervision (prior to 9/1/2009) 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Technical Writing 50 or higher 3 semester units Elective
Western Europe Since 1945 50 or higher 3 semester units Area C