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GENERAL EDUCATION ONLINE

CSU General Education Courses available online

Hybrid courses may require mandatory campus meeting (s)

Area 1: Oral Communications (3 units)

Speech 1A – Introduction to Public Speaking (Hybrid)
Speech 60 – Communication Skills (Hybrid)

Area 2: Written Communication (4 units)

ENGL 1A – English, Reading & Composition (Hybrid)

Area 3: Critical Thinking (3 units)

ENGL 5 – English, advanced Composition and Critical Thinking
PHIL 3 – Philosophy, Critical Thinking (Hybrid)
SPCH 9 – Speech, Critical Thinking and Argumentation

Area B1 & B3: Physical Universe and Its Life Forms (3 units, plus lab)

ASTRON 4 – Astronomy/Solar System
METRO 10 & 10L (lab) – Intro to Meteorology + lab

Area B2: Life Sciences (3 units)

ANTHRO 1 – Physical Anthropology

Area B4: Quantitative Reasoning (3 units)

Math 15 – Elementary Statistics (Hybrid)

Area C1: Arts (3 units)

ART 1.2 – World Art Since 1500
MEDIA 4 – Discrete Mathematics
MUSC 7 – Classical Music Appreciation

Area C2: Humanities (3 units)

ENGL 1B – Literature & Composition
HUMAN 4.1 - Western Humanities
HUMAN 4.2 – Western Humanities II
HUMAN 6 – American Cultures
HUMAN 7 – Intro to Humanities
HUMAN 8 – Comparative Mythology
INTDIS 4 – Latin/Caribbean Culture
ITAL 2 – Elementary Italian - 2
SPAN 1 – Elementary Spanish -1

Area C3: One additional class from C1 or C2 to total 9 units


Area D: Social, Political & Economic Institutions and Behavior; Historical Background (9 units from at least two different discipline)

BAD 10 – American Business in its Global Context
CHLD 10 – Child Growth/Development
GEOG 3 – World Regional Geography
HIST 17.1 –United States to 1877
PSYCH 1A - General Psychology (Hybrid)
PSYCH 4 – Child & Adolescent Psychology
PSYCH 5 – Abnormal Psychology
POLS 1 – Intro to U.S. Government
SOC 1 – Intro to Sociology

Area E: Lifelong Understanding & Self Development (3 units)

CHILD 10 – Child Growth/Development
PHYCH 3 – Human Sexuality
PSYCH 56 – Aging, Dying & Death
FDNT 10 – Elementary Nutrition

Area F: U.S. History, Constitution, & American Ideals (3 units from Group 1 and 3 units from Group 2.  May also be used to fulfill area D)

Group 1:
HIST 17.1 - United States to 1877
Group 2:
POLS 1 - Intro to U.S. Government

Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)

Area 1: English Communication

Group A: English Composition (3 units)
ENGL 1A - English, Reading & Composition (Hybrid)
Group B: Critical Thinking (3 units)
ENGL 5 - English, advanced Composition and Critical Thinking
SPCH 9 - Speech, Critical Thinking and Argumentation (Hybrid)
Group C: Oral Communication (3 units)
SPCH 1A (CSU only) (Hybrid)

Area 2: Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning (3 units)

MATH 15 - Elementary Statistics (Hybrid)

Area 3: Arts and Humanities (Three courses, with at least one from Arts and one from Humanities, 9 units)

Arts:
Art 1.2 - World Art Since 1500
MEDIA 4 - Introduction to Mass Communications
MUSC 7 - Classical Music Appreciation
Humanities:
HUMAN 4.1 – Western Humanities
HUMAN 4.2 - Western Humanities II
HUMAN 6 - American Cultures
HUMAN 7 - Intro to Humanities
HUMAN 8 - Comparative Mythology
INTDIS 4 - Latin/Caribbean Culture
ITAL 2 - Elementary Italian - 2

Area 4: Social & Behavioral Sciences (9 units selected from at least two different disciplines)

HIST 17.1 - United States to 1877
POLS 1 - Intro to U.S. Government
PSYCH 1A - General Psychology (Hybrid)

PSYCH 3 - Human Sexuality
PSYCH 4 - Child & Adolescent Psychology
PSYCH 5 - Abnormal Psychology
SOC 1 - Intro to Sociology

Area 5: Physical and Biological Sciences (7 units)

Physical Sciences:
ASTRON 4 - Astronomy/Solar System
METRO 10 & 10L (lab) - Intro to Meteorology + lab
Biological Science:
ANTHRO 1 - Physical Anthropology
Requirement in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals (not part of IGETC but required for CSU graduation: 3 units from Group 1 and 3 units from Group 2)
Group 1: HIST 17.1 – History, United States to 1877
Group 2: POLS 1 - Intro to U.S. Government
Language Other Than English (UC only)
SPAN 1 - Elementary Spanish -1



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