California State University (CSU) General Education Breadth Requirements

2022-2023

Transfer Information

This pattern is designed for the student planning to transfer to the California State University system. Southwestern College will certify course work completed at another California community college or any institution that participates in certifying general education course work to the CSU, including a CSU campus other than the one to which the student is transferring, only if the courses are on the approved CSU general education list at the college where they were completed. Such a course will be certified in the general education breadth area that is shown on the official certification list for the institution at which it was taken.

When course work has been taken at a regionally accredited institution that does not maintain a CSU certification list, Southwestern College can certify the course work provided that Southwestern College faculty determine that the course work is equivalent to course work on the approved Southwestern College general education breadth list. Any category of required general education courses not completed at the time of certification will have to be fulfilled according to the requirement of the transfer institution. Students who desire to transfer to one of the 23 California State University (CSU) campuses must complete 48 units of general education breadth courses, of which nine shall be at the upper-division level. Southwestern College can certify only the 39 lower-division units of general education breadth courses.

CSU GE Breadth for STEM

CSU-GE Breadth for STEM is only approved for the Associate in Science in Biology for Transfer Degree. This pattern allows students to defer completion of one course from CSUGE Area C and one course from CSUGE Area D until after transfer. Students earning the AS-T in Biology with this pattern must complete the following before transfer:

  • all required courses in Areas A, B, E and F
  • one course in Area C1, Arts,
  • one course in Area C2, Humanities, and
  • one courses in Area D, Social Sciences.

It is recommended that students consult with a counselor to determine which general education pattern is most appropriate for their individual educational goals.

A. ENGLISH LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATIONS AND CRITICAL THINKING9
LANGUAGE AND CRITICAL THINKING
A minimum of 9 units must be distributed as follows: One course from A1, one course from A2, and one course from A3. All courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
A1: ORAL COMMUNICATION
ORAL COMMUNICATION [FA97]
PUBLIC SPEAKING [FA97]
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION [FA97]*
A2: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
READING AND COMPOSITION FOR NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH OCCUPATIONS [FA14]
COLLEGE COMPOSITION: READING AND WRITING ANALYTICALLY
HONORS COLLEGE COMPOSITION: READING AND WRITING ANALYTICALLY [FA14]
COLLEGE COMPOSITION FOR MULTILINGUAL STUDENTS [FA21]
A3: CRITICAL THINKING
ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE [FA00]
CRITICAL THINKING AND ARGUMENT
LOGIC AND CRITICAL THINKING
COLLEGE READING & CRITICAL THINKING [FA19] ^
B. SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING9
Select a minimum of 9 units, plus laboratory, must be distributed as follows: One course each in subareas B1, B2, and B4, plus laboratory activity (B3) corresponding to one of the completed science courses (B1 or B2).
B1: PHYSICAL SCIENCES
PRINCIPLES OF ASTRONOMY
SOLAR SYSTEM ASTRONOMY [FA01]
DISCOVERY OF THE COSMOS [FA03]
THE RADICAL UNIVERSE [FA01]
LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE [FA01]
ELEMENTARY ASTROPHYSICS
BIOLOGY, OCEANOGRAPHY, AND GEOSCIENCE OF BAJA CALIFORNIA [FA22] " +
INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL CHEMISTRY *__
GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY [FA19]*__
ELEMENTARY ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY *__
PREPARATION FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY *__
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I *__
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II *__
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I *__
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II [FA00]*__
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY *__
INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY---PHYSICAL ELEMENTS
INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY
WEATHER AND CLIMATE
GEOGRAPHY OF CALIFORNIA
PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE [FA08]
INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY
DINOSAURS AND THE STORY OF EARTH [FA14]
INTRODUCTION TO THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES [FA05]
INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY
FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS I [FA18]
FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS II [FA18]
COLLEGE PHYSICS I [FA03]
COLLEGE PHYSICS II [FA03]
COLLEGE PHYSICS III [FA03]
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS II
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS III
B2: LIFE SCIENCES
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY
ANIMAL BIOLOGY: A BEHAVIORAL APPROACH
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY
ECOMUNDO: ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE [FA02, FA00-FA01]
NATURAL HISTORY OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS *__
THE SCIENCE OF BREWING BEER [FA17] ^
MARINE BIOLOGY
HUMAN HEREDITY, EVOLUTION, AND SOCIETY
BIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS [FA04]
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY *__
GENERAL ZOOLOGY *__
INTRODUCTION TO CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY *__
BIOLOGY OF PLANTS *__
HUMAN ANATOMY *__
PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY *__
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY *__
THE SCIENCE OF BREWING BEER [FA17] ^
B3: LABORATORY ACTIVITY
LABORATORY IN BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY [FA15]
ASTRONOMY LABORATORY
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY LABORATORY
ANIMAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY
ECOMUNDO: FIELD STUDIES AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS IN ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE [FA02]**
NATURAL HISTORY OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS *__
INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF BREWING LAB [FA19] ^
MARINE BIOLOGY LABORATORY
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY *__
GENERAL ZOOLOGY *__
INTRODUCTION TO CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY *__
BIOLOGY OF PLANTS *__
HUMAN ANATOMY *__
PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY *__
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY *__
INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL CHEMISTRY *__
GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY [FA19]*__
ELEMENTARY ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY *__
INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF BREWING LAB [FA19] ^
PREPARATION FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY *__
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I *__
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II *__
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I *__
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II [FA00]*__
ORGANIC ANALYSIS AND SPECTROSCOPY [FA03]__
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY *__
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY
GENERAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY
DINOSAURS AND THE STORY OF EARTH LAB [FA14]
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY [FA15]
OCEANOGRAPHY LABORATORY
FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS LABORATORY I [FA18]
FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS LABORATORY II [FA18]
COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY I [FA03]
COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY II [FA03]
COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY III [FA03]
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS LABORATORY I
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS LABORATORY II [FA11]
MODERN PHYSICS AND PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS LABORATORY III [FA11]
B4: MATHEMATICS/QUANTITATIVE REASONING 1
STRUCTURES [FA18]
BIOSTATISTICS [FA20, FA05-FA10]
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS [FA19]
EXPLORING OUR WORLD-MAPS AND GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE [FA14]
MATHEMATICS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION MAJORS [FA05]
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
TRIGONOMETRY
MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS I [FA09, FA99-FA05]
MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS II
STATWAY II [FA15]
FINITE MATHEMATICS [FA19]
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS ANALYSIS
APPLIED CALCULUS I
APPLIED CALCULUS II
PRE-CALCULUS WITH TRIGONOMETRY [FA04]
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III
INTRODUCTION TO DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS [FA98]
INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA [FA98]
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
DISCRETE STRUCTURES [FA15]
STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
STATISTICAL METHODS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES [FA22]+
C. ARTS AND HUMANITIES9
Select a minimum of 9 units of the following. Select one course from C1, one course from C2, and one more course from either C1 or C2.
C1: ARTS (ART, CINEMA, DANCE, MUSIC, THEATER)
WORLD ARCHITECTURE I [FA00]
WORLD ARCHITECTURE II
DRAWING I
INTRODUCTION TO ART
LIFE DRAWING I
PAINTING I
SCULPTURE I
ARTS OF AFRICA, OCEANIA, AND INDIGENOUS NORTH AMERICAS [FA95]
ART AND CULTURE OF PRE-HISPANIC MEXICO [FA95]
COLOR THEORY [FA16]
DARKROOM AND DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I
ASIAN ART [FA95]
HISTORY OF FILM AS ART
WOMEN IN WESTERN ART HISTORY, 1550- PRESENT [FA95]
ART HISTORY SURVEY---STONE AGE TO THE AGES OF FAITH
ART HISTORY-RENAISSANCE TO CONTEMPORARY
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY [FA98]
NINETEENTH THROUGH TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY ART
BEGINNING CERAMICS
DESIGN IN WOOD I
JEWELRY AND METALWORK I [FA96]
JEWELRY AND METALWORK II [FA96]
FILM AND DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY I [FA16]
CINEMA AS A FORM OF EXPRESSION AND COMMUNICATION
DANCE HISTORY AND APPRECIATION [FA97]
CINEMA AS A FORM OF EXPRESSION AND COMMUNICATION
HISTORY OF FILM AS ART
WOMEN AND GENDER IN WORLD ART [FA13]
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ
AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC
ELECTRONIC MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
WORLD MUSIC [FA03]
DEVELOPMENT OF MARIACHI: STYLE AND CULTURE [FA03]
ELECTRONIC MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
SURVEY OF DRAMA
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE
PLAY ANALYSIS FOR PERFORMANCE, PRODUCTION, AND APPRECIATION [FA18]
ACTING I
C2: HUMANITIES (LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY, LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH)
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE [FA21]*
FILIPINO-AMERICAN CULTURE [FA21]*
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III
DEAF CULTURE
MANDARIN CHINESE I
MANDARIN CHINESE II *
ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING: CREATIVE NONFICTION I
INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE
INTRODUCTION TO CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
WORLD LITERATURE I
WORLD LITERATURE II
ENGLISH LITERATURE I
ENGLISH LITERATURE II
AMERICAN LITERATURE I
AMERICAN LITERATURE II
TWENTIETH CENTURY LITERATURE
INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE [FA98]
MYTHOLOGY IN LITERATURE
LITERATURE AND FILM
MULTICULTURAL LITERATURE
LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE
CHICANO LITERATURE
AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE [FA08, FA93-07]
LITERATURE OF THE U.S. - MEXICO BORDERLANDS AND BAJA CALIFORNIA [FA00]
LITERATURE BY WOMEN
HORROR, MADNESS, AND THE MACABRE [FA98]
ACADEMIC ESL ADVANCED READING AND GRAMMAR IV [FA21]
ELEMENTARY FILIPINO I
ELEMENTARY FILIPINO II
INTERMEDIATE FILIPINO I
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
ELEMENTARY FRENCH II
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II
CULTURE AND THE MEDIA
WESTERN CIVILIZATION I [FA07]*
WESTERN CIVILIZATION II [FA07]*
WORLD HISTORY I [FA07]*
WORLD HISTORY II [FA07]*
MODERN MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA [FA18]*
HUMANITIES THROUGH THE ARTS I
HUMANITIES THROUGH THE ARTS II
INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES: ARTS AND IDEAS
CULTURE AND THE MEDIA
WOMEN AND GENDER IN WORLD CULTURE [FA13]
WORLD MYTHOLOGY
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN II
BEGINNING JAPANESE I
INTRODUCTORY ELEMENTARY JAPANESE
CONTINUATION OF ELEMENTARY JAPANESE
BEGINNING JAPANESE II
INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE I
INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE II
MEXICAN AND MEXICAN-AMERICAN CULTURES IN THE UNITED STATES [FA18]*
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
WORLD RELIGIONS
ASIAN PHILOSOPHY [FA99]
ETHICS: THEORY AND PRACTICE
ELEMENTARY PORTUGUESE I
ELEMENTARY PORTUGUESE II
FILIPINO-AMERICAN CULTURE [FA21]*
MEXICAN AND MEXICAN-AMERICAN CULTURES IN THE UNITED STATES [FA18]*
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE [FA21]*
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
INTRODUCTION TO ELEMENTARY SPANISH
CONTINUATION OF ELEMENTARY SPANISH
HONORS ELEMENTARY SPANISH I [FA18]
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II
SPANISH FOR BILINGUALS I
SPANISH FOR BILINGUALS II
INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE FOR BILINGUALS
INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION AND WRITING ON SPANISH CULTURE
INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION AND WRITING ON LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE
D. SOCIAL SCIENCES6
Select a minimum of 6 units of the following. Select two courses.
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I *
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II *
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE [FA05]*
ETHICS AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW [FA17]
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ARCHAEOLOGY AND PREHISTORY
CULTURES OF MEXICO
MAGIC, RELIGION, WITCHCRAFT, AND HEALING [FA21]
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II *
FILIPINO-AMERICAN HISTORY
FILIPINO-AMERICAN CULTURE *
PRINCIPLES OF FAMILY DEVELOPMENT
PRINCIPLES OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT *
CHILD, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY [FA05]
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION [FA04]*
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION [FA98]
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETY
CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC PROBLEMS
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY [FA05]
INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY: CULTURAL ELEMENTS
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I *
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II *
WESTERN CIVILIZATION I *
WESTERN CIVILIZATION II *
WORLD HISTORY I *
WORLD HISTORY II *
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I *
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II *
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II *
FILIPINO-AMERICAN HISTORY
COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS I [FA97]*
COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS II [FA97]*
WOMEN IN WORLD HISTORY [FA03]
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I *
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II *
MODERN MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA [FA18]*
CULTURAL ASPECTS OF FOOD AND NUTRITION [FA17]
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH [FA17]*
INTRODUCTION TO GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES [FA13]
WOMEN AND GENDER IN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS [FA13]
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETY
CHICANA AND CHICANO HERITAGE [FA22] +
INTRODUCTION TO CHICANA AND CHICANO STUDIES [FA22] +
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I *
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II *
MEXICAN AND MEXICAN-AMERICAN CULTURES IN THE UNITED STATES [FA03]*
CRITICAL ISSUES IN CHICANA/LATINA STUDIES [FA21]*
RACE AND CLASS IN THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST [FA22] +
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE *
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS *
INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT
INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS [FA98]
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
HUMAN SEXUALITY *
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DEATH AND DYING [FA20]*
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY [SP07]
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY *
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
RACE AND ETHNICITY [FA13]
SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION [FA13]
CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS
FILIPINO-AMERICAN CULTURE *
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY
SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER [FA21]
MEXICAN AND MEXICAN-AMERICAN CULTURES IN THE UNITED STATES [FA03]*
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE [FA05]*
CRITICAL ISSUES IN CHICANA/LATINA STUDIES [FA21]*
INTRO TO SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH METHODS [FA18]
E. LIFELONG LEARNING AND SELF DEVELOPMENT3
Select a minimum of 3 units of the following: 2
PRINCIPLES OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT [FA05]*
PRINCIPLES OF MONEY MANAGEMENT [FA22] +
DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY I [FA11"]#
DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY II [FA11]#
DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY III [FA11]#
DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY IV [FA11]#
INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY [FA12]
PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING
STRESS MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE [FA21]
WOMEN'S HEALTH AND WELL-BEING [FA95]
FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION [FA04]
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH [FA17]*
FIELDS OF STUDY COLLEGE LEARNING AND SUCCESS [FA22] +
LIFELONG SUCCESS [FA03]
TRANSITIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION [FA07]
HUMAN SEXUALITY [FA00]*
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DEATH AND DYING *
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY [FA21]*
F. ETHNIC STUDIES3
Select a minimum of 3 units of the following courses. Area F shall not be waived. 3
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA21]* +
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA21]* +
CHICANA AND CHICANO HERITAGE [FA22]* +
INTRODUCTION TO CHICANA AND CHICANO STUDIES [FA22]* +
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA21]* +
CRITICAL ISSUES IN CHICANA/LATINA STUDIES [FA21]*
Total Units39

CSU Graduation Requirement in American Institutions

U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals

Courses in American Institutions (U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals) are required for graduation by the CSU. Although the American Institutions requirement is not a part of the CSU GE Breadth, students are encouraged to complete the requirement prior to transfer. This requirement can be satisfied by completing any combination of two classes that, when combined, fulfill US-1, US-2 and US-3. The courses used to satisfy this requirement, may also be used to fulfill CSU General Education Breadth Area D requirements.

US-1: American History
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I [FA04]*
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA22]* +
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I [FA04]*
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II [FA04]*
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I [FA04]*
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA04]*
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE [FA14]
US-2: The U.S. Constitution
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I [FA11, FA04-FA08]*
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA04-FA24]*
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA04-FA24]*
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I [FA04]*
COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS I [FA04]*
COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS II [FA12]*
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I [FA04]*
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE [FA14]*
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS [FA04]*
US-3: California State and Local Government
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA04-FA24]*
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II [FA04]*
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA22]* +
COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS II [FA04]*
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II [FA04]*
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS [FA04]*

NOTE: A minimum of 60 transferable units are required for transfer.

Area A. English Language Communication and Critical Thinking9-11
Area B. Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning9-10
Area C. Arts and Humanities9
Area D. Social Sciences6
Area E. Lifelong Learning and Self-Development3
Area F. Ethnic Studies3
Total Units39-42