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The majors and certificates listed here can be completed entirely online or in a combination with online and traditional classes. If your goal is to earn an associate degree and to transfer to a CSU or UC campus, you must fulfill the CSU or IGETC General Education Pattern, complete a major of at least 18 units, and complete other transferable courses to total 60 units. If your goal is to earn an associate degree, but you do not plan to transfer, you could complete the SRJC General Education Pattern (see College Catalog), one of these majors, and additional degree – applicable units to total 60 units. Consult with a counselor about the specific lower division preparation required by the transfer institutions that you are considering.
In addition to the Humanities major, five new majors have been added in Fall of 2010.
|Interactive Media Design
Interactive Media Design on the CS Web site
|Liberal Studies (Multiple Subject Teacher Preparation)||42|
|Social and Behavioral Sciences||19|
|Administrative Support I||11.5|
|Administrative Support II||21.5|
|Adobe Applications Specialist||16.5|
|Adobe Certification Training in Photoshop Skills||13.0|
|Customer Service Skills||5.0|
|HTML Web Content Developer||13.0|
|Web Graphic Production||19.0|
|Website Development: PHP Programmer||32.0|
|Website Development: Web Graphic Designer||29.0|
“How to Take an Online Class” (College Skills 334) is suggested for all online students
Online Classes Fill Quickly! To enhance your registration priority, consider one of the following options:
Make an appointment for “Early Bird” Counseling to establish an approved Education Plan. This makes you eligible for Priority 1A registration. Students transferring from other community colleges should establish residency right away by enrolling in a class.
Enroll in a College Orientation Course (Counseling 270) or complete an online College Orientation to establish registration priority in advance of open registration (priority 4 or 5).
Students planning to transfer to a four-year university or college must choose between two General Education Patterns: CSU or IGETC. The California State Universities (CSU) accepts the CSU or IGETC pattern in fulfillment of General Education. The University of California accepts only the IGETC pattern.
|CSU General Education Courses Available Online||Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) Available Online|
Area A1: Oral Communication (3 units)
Area B1 & B3: Physical Universe and Its Life Forms (3 units plus lab)
Area C1: Arts (3 units)
Area D: Social, Political & Economic Institutions and Behavior; Historical Background (9 units from at least two different disciplines)
Area E: Lifelong Understanding & Self Development (3 units)
Area F: U.S. History, Constitution, & American Ideals*
Area 1: English Communication
Area 2: Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning (3 units)
Area 3: Arts and Humanities (Three courses, with at least one from Arts and one from Humanities, 9 units)
Area 4: Social & Behavioral Sciences (9 units selected from at least two different disciplines)
Area 5: Physical and Biological Sciences (7 units)
Requirement in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals
Language Other Than English (UC only)
* = Hybrid course: some sections may require mandatory campus meeting(s); check the Class Schedule for details.
To view all available associate degree programs, see the SRJC Associate Degrees page.
To view all available certificate programs, see the SRJC Certificate Programs page.