Transfer Curricula

The large majority of SBCC courses have been reviewed and approved for transfer by four-year colleges and universities through formal articulation agreements. These courses apply to one or more General Education, lower division major and/or elective requirements. These transferable courses have University of California (UC) and/or California State University (CSU) designations in this Catalog. These same designations also appear in the Schedule of Credit Classes, which is published each semester.

Most majors at four-year colleges and universities require completion of one or more lower division courses as preparation for the upper division. Nearly all of these lower division requirements can be met through transferable SBCC courses. Students can complete four-year institution General Education requirements prior to transfer.

Articulation agreements, available at www.assist.org, identify which courses apply to General Education and lower division requirements at four-year universities. Students can complete many of the lower division requirements for majors offered by UC, CSU or independent institutions, even if SBCC does not offer the major.  For more information on articulation visit articulation.sbcc.edu.

Students can qualify for transfer to a multitude of four-year majors not specifically offered at SBCC. Students should check the catalog of the college of intended transfer and meet with a counselor for additional information about major programs and requirements.

Articulation with Four-Year Institutions

To assist the student with transfer to four-year institutions, articulation agreements have been established with most California State Universities, University of California campuses and some independent California colleges and out-of-state institutions. These agreements define the courses at Santa Barbara City College that satisfy many lower division major requirements and General Education requirements at four-year institutions. For more information on articulation visit articulation.sbcc.edu.

ASSIST is a computerized student transfer articulation information system that can be accessed over the World Wide Web. It displays reports of how California community college courses can be applied when transferred to California State Universities and University of California campuses.

ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities, and therefore provides the most accurate and up-to-date information available about student transfer in California. ASSIST may be accessed at www.assist.org.

UC Minimum Eligibility Requirements for Transfer Admission

Non-California Residents

The minimum admission requirements for non-residents are very similar to those for California residents. Please consult with the admissions office at one of the university campuses for details. In all cases, however, non-residents must have a minimum grade point average of 2.8 or higher in all UC-transferable college coursework.

California Residents

Students who were not eligible for admission to the university when they graduated from high school because they did not meet the Scholarship Requirement must:

  1. Complete 60 semester units or 90 quarter units of UC-transferable college credit with a grade point average of at least 2.4 (no more than 14 semester/ 21 quarter units may be taken Pass/No Pass).
  2. Complete the following course pattern requirements, earning a grade of “C” or better in each course:
    • Two transferable college courses (3 semester or 4-5 quarter units each) in English composition; and
    • One transferable college course (3 semester or 4-5 quarter units) in mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning; and
    • Four transferable college courses (3 semester or 4-5 quarter units each) chosen from at least two of the following subject areas: the arts and humanities, the social and behavioral sciences, and the physical and biological sciences.

Students who were eligible for admission to the university when they graduated from high school—meaning they satisfied the Subject, Scholarship and Examination Requirements, or were identified by the university during their senior year as Eligible in the Local Context—meet UC transfer eligibility requirements if they have a “C” (2.0) average in their transferable college coursework. Students who met the Scholarship Requirement in high school but did not satisfy the 15-course Subject Requirement must take transferable college courses in the missing subjects, earn a “C” or better in each required course and have an overall “C” (2.0) average in all transferable coursework to be eligible to transfer. Each UC campus’s ability to accept students with fewer than 60 transferable units is dependent on campus enrollment targets, which vary from term to term. See a counselor for more information.

Note: Fulfilling the UC minimum eligibility requirements does not guarantee admission to UC campuses. Admission selection criteria vary widely by campus and by major. Consult with your counselor or a UC campus representative to learn about the GPA and courses that may be required for admission to particular campuses and majors. Refer to the University of California website for UC transfer requirements: http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/transfer/index.html.

UC-Transferable Courses

Santa Barbara City College’s UC-Transferable Course Agreement (TCA) is available online at www.assist.org. In addition, the transferability of each course is indicated immediately after the course title and unit information listed in the department/course descriptions section of this Catalog.

CSU Minimum Eligibility Requirements for Transfer Admission

A Santa Barbara City college student who is planning to transfer to one of the campuses of the CSU system can qualify for admission by meeting the following requirements:

Lower-Division Transfer Admission Requirements (1 to 59 semester units)

Many campuses restrict enrollment of lower-division transfer students. California residents may be eligible for CSU admission with fewer than 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter units) if they:

  • Have a college grade point average of 2.0 or better in all transferable college units attempted.
  • Are in good standing at the last college or university attended, i.e., eligible to re-enroll.
  • Meet the admission requirements for a first-time freshman or have successfully completed necessary courses to make up the deficiencies you had in high school if they did not complete the 15-unit (a-g) pattern of college preparatory subjects.
  • Meet the eligibility index required of a freshman.

Some campuses may require lower-division transfer students to have completed English composition and General Education mathematics prior to transfer. Some campuses do not admit lower-division transfer students. Contact your campus of choice to determine whether there are admission limits on the number of lower-division transfer students.

Note: Students who completed college units before they graduated from high school or during the summer between high school graduation and CSU enrollment are considered first-time freshmen and must meet those admission requirements. For more information regarding General Education and pre-major requirements, consult with a counselor and visit www.assist.org.
Students who do not meet the eligibility index from high school are highly recommended to continue their education at a community college and complete 60 or more transferable semester units (90 quarter units) before attempting to transfer to a CSU. Students should complete as many of the General Education and pre-major requirements as possible. Consult with a counselor.

Upper-Division Transfer Admission Requirements (60 to 70 semester units)

You are eligible for admission with 60 or more transferable semester units (90 quarter units) if you:

  • Have a college grade point average of 2.0 or better (2.4 for non-California residents) in all transferable college units attempted.
  • Are in good standing at the last college or university attended, i.e., you are eligible to re-enroll.
  • Have completed or will complete prior to transfer at least 30 semester units (45 quarter units) of courses equivalent to General Education requirements with a grade point average of “C” or better. The 30 units must include all of the General Education requirements in communication in the English language (English composition, oral communication and critical thinking) and at least one course of at least 3 semester units (4 quarter units) required in college-level mathematics.

Note: Fulfilling the CSU minimum eligibility requirements does not guarantee admission to CSU campuses. Admission selection criteria vary widely by campus and by major. Consult with your counselor or a CSU campus representative to learn about the GPA and courses that may be required for admission to particular campuses and majors. Refer to the CSU Apply website for CSU transfer eligibility requirements (https://www2.calstate.edu/apply).

CSU-Transferable Courses

Santa Barbara City College’s CSU baccalaureate list of transferable courses is available online at www.assist.org. In addition, the transferability of each course is indicated immediately after the course title and unit information listed in the department/course descriptions section of this Catalog.

Santa Barbara City College Associate in Arts and Associate in Science for Transfer Degrees

The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (Senate Bill 1440, now codified in California Education Code Sections 66746-66749, www.sb1440.org) guarantees admission to a California State University (CSU) campus for any community college student who completes an “Associate Degree for transfer”, a newly established variation of the associate degrees traditionally offered at a California community college. The Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) or the Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) is intended for students who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in a similar major at a CSU campus. Students completing these degrees (AA-T or AS-T) are guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not to a particular campus or major. In order to earn one of these degrees, students must complete a minimum of 60 required semester units of CSU-transferable coursework with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Students transferring to a CSU campus that does accept the AA-T or AS-T will be required to complete no more than 60 units after transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree (unless the major is a designated “high-unit” major). This degree may not be the best option for students intending to transfer to a particular CSU campus or to university or college that is not part of the CSU system. Students should consult with a counselor when planning to complete the degree for more information on university admission and transfer requirements. For the latest information about transfer degrees, visit www.adegreewithaguarantee.com.

At the time of Catalog publication, a student may earn the following AA-T/AS-T degrees at SBCC:

  • Administration of Justice for Transfer (AS-T)
  • Anthropology for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Art History for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Biology for Transfer (AS-T)
  • Business Administration for Transfer (AS-T)
  • Communication Studies for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Early Childhood Education for Transfer (AS-T)
  • Economics for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Elementary Teacher Education for Transfer (AA-T)
  • English for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Geography for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Geology for Transfer (AS-T)
  • History for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Journalism for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Kinesiology for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Mathematics for Transfer (AS-T)
  • Philosophy for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Physics for Transfer (AS-T)
  • Political Science for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Psychology for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Sociology for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Spanish for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Studio Arts for Transfer (AA-T)
  • Theatre Arts for Transfer (AA-T)

Additional majors are under development. For more information, refer to appropriate Catalog section and see a counselor.

Requirements

The following is required for all AA-T or AS-T degrees:

  1. Minimum of 60 CSU-transferable semester units.
  2. Minimum grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework. While a minimum of 2.0 is required for admission, some majors may require a higher GPA. Consult with a counselor for more information.
  3. Completion of a minimum of 18 semester units in an “AA-T” or “AS-T” major as detailed in the appropriate departmental section of this Catalog. All courses in the major must be completed with a grade of “C” or better or Pass (Title 5 § 55063).
  4. Certified completion of the California State University General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth); OR the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC-CSU) pattern (see “Transfer Curricula” in the Catalog Index for more information about CSU GE Breadth and IGETC requirements).
    Important Notes: The Geology AS-T and the Physics AS-T require completion of IGETC-CSU. The CSU GE Breadth is not allowed for these degrees.  The Biology AS-T requires completion of IGETC-CSU for STEM.  The CSU GE Breadth for STEM is not allowed for this degree.
  5. Candidates for an Associate Degree for Transfer are required to complete at least 20% of the department requirements through SBCC. Candidates for an Associate Degree for Transfer are also required to complete 15 units through SBCC.

Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID)

The Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID) is a statewide numbering system independent from the course numbers assigned by local California community colleges. A C-ID number next to a course signals that participating California colleges and universities have determined that courses offered by other California community colleges are comparable in content and scope to courses offered on their own campuses, regardless of their unique titles or local course number. Thus, if a schedule of classes or catalog lists a course bearing a C-ID number, for example COMM 110, students at that college can be assured that it will be accepted in lieu of a course bearing the C-ID COMM 110 designation at another community college. In other words, the C-ID designation can be used to identify comparable courses at different community colleges. However, students should always go to www.assist.org and www.c-id.net to confirm how each college’s course will be accepted at a particular four-year college or university for transfer credit.

The C-ID numbering system is useful for students attending more than one community college and is applied to many of the transferable courses students need as preparation for transfer. Because these course requirements may change and because courses may be modified and qualified for or deleted from the C-ID database, students should always check with a counselor to determine how C-ID designated courses fit into their educational plans for transfer.

Students may consult the ASSIST database at www.assist.org and www.c-id.net for specific information on C-ID course designations. Counselors can help students interpret or explain this information.

General Education Patterns for Transfer

Santa Barbara City College students have several options to complete a General Education pattern prior to transfer:

  1. Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)
  2. California State University General Education Breadth Pattern
  3. Campus-specific General Education Pattern

Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)

The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) is a pattern of courses that California community college students can follow to satisfy lower-division general education requirements at any California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) campus. In addition, completion of IGETC qualifies students to receive a Certificate of Achievement from SBCC. Students who do not qualify for a full or partial certification of their IGETC before transfer will be required to complete the General Education pattern of the UC or CSU campus to which they transfer. Students should be aware that additional courses are often required to fully satisfy the General Education requirements of the particular UC or CSU campus to which they transfer. IGETC is not advisable for all transfer students. Students should meet with an academic counselor and visit www.sbcc.edu/transfercenter/whichge.php to determine the appropriate general education option for their transfer goal. A student who is initially enrolled at a UC and is returning to the same UC campus (after attending a community college) is considered a “readmit” and cannot use IGETC. However, students who initially enroll at a UC, attend a community college and return to a different UC campus, may be able to use IGETC, but should check with the campus they wish to attend. This restriction does not apply to students who have taken UC summer session or Extension classes only. For a complete description of approved IGETC Standards, Policies and Procedures, go to http://icas-ca.org/Websites/icasca/images/IGETC_STANDARDS_FINAL_VERSION_1.9.pdf.

Frequently Asked Questions About IGETC

  1. What is IGETC? The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) is a pattern of courses that California community college students can follow to satisfy lower-division General Education requirements at any California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) campus. Completion of IGETC qualifies students to receive a Certificate of Achievement from SBCC. Students who do not qualify for a full or partial certification of their IGETC before transfer will be required to complete the General Education pattern of the UC or CSU campus to which they transfer. Students should be aware that additional courses are often required to fully satisfy the General Education requirements of the particular UC or CSU campus to which they transfer.
  2. Is IGETC an admission requirement? No, IGETC is not advisable for all transfer students. Completion of IGETC is NOT an admission requirement for transfer to a CSU or UC, nor is it the only way to fulfill the lower-division General Education requirements of the CSU or UC prior to transfer. Note: UC Berkeley’s College of Letters and Science requires full completion of the IGETC or completion of the Essential Skills Requirement by the end of spring term for fall admission as selection criteria for admission. In general, all UC and CSU campuses highly recommend completion of IGETC for most majors, and some rank students for admission based on how closely they complete their lower-division General Education before transferring. However, completion of IGETC does NOT guarantee admission to a student’s major or campus of choice. Students should meet with an academic counselor to discuss UC and CSU admission requirements. Refer to http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/transfer/index.html.
  3. Is it advisable for all transfer students to follow IGETC? No. IGETC will be most useful to students who want to keep their options open before making a final decision about transferring to a particular UC or CSU campus. Some students may be better served by taking courses to fulfill CSU’s General Education/breadth requirements or those of a particular UC or CSU campus. In general, students who are pursuing majors that require extensive lower-division preparation for admission to the major (such as Engineering or other sciences) should not use IGETC (see “IGETC Considerations” at http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/transfer/general-education-igetc/igetc/igetc-campus-guidance/index.html for additional information). Students pursuing these majors are normally advised to complete as much preparation for their major as possible before transfer. Students should meet with an academic counselor to discuss major preparation required for their campus and refer to www.assist.org for further information on major requirements. A student who is initially enrolled at a UC and is returning to the same UC campus (after attending a community college) is considered a “readmit” and cannot use IGETC. However, students who initially enroll at a UC, attend a community college and return to a different UC campus, may be able to use IGETC, but should check with the campus they wish to attend. This restriction does not apply to students who have taken UC summer session or Extension classes only.
  4. Must the entire IGETC pattern be completed prior to transfer? No. However, to be eligible for full IGETC certification, students MUST complete all IGETC requirements before enrolling at a UC or CSU campus. Partial IGETC certification is defined as completing all but one (1) OR two (2) courses on the IGETC pattern. The student may be “partially certified” and complete the missing courses after transfer in a way that is acceptable to the receiving institution. Warning: Students need Areas 1 and 2 completed to meet minimum transfer admission requirements. Therefore, partial certification that acknowledges a deficiency in Area 1 and/or 2 may also indicate a student does not meet minimum transfer requirements. Note: Refer to question 2 above for UC Berkeley’s College of Letters and Science admission requirements.
  5. May coursework completed at other institutions be used to certify a student’s completion of IGETC? Yes. However, only courses completed at regionally-accredited institutions can be used under the following conditions: (1) Coursework from other California community colleges (CCC) will be placed in the IGETC category listed by that campus. Courses must have been on that college’s IGETC list when the courses were completed. Check the ASSIST website at www.assist.org or http://articulation.sbcc.edu/IGETC/IGETC.pdf for IGETC-approved courses from California community colleges. (2) Students transferring from institutions outside of the California community college system may have courses certified for IGETC only if an equivalent course is taught at a CCC. Such courses would be placed in the same IGETC category as the equivalent CCC course. Please consult with a counselor. (3) Courses taken at foreign institutions are not permitted for certification on the IGETC.
  6. Is there a minimum grade required in all courses used for IGETC certification? Yes. IGETC courses must be completed with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better (a “C-minus” cannot be used). A grade of Credit or Pass may be used if the college’s policy states it is equivalent to a grade of “C” (2.0) or better.
  7. Can a course be used to satisfy more than one subject area? No. Even though a course may be listed in more than one area on IGETC, a course may only be counted in one area (the only exception is an advanced course that meets Area 6A Language Other Than English). However, courses used for IGETC can also count toward preparation for major requirements, except for individual CSU campus restrictions.
  8. Can Advanced Placement (AP) scores be applied to IGETC? Yes. AP scores of 3, 4 or 5 can be used to satisfy any IGETC subject area except the Critical Thinking/English Composition or the Oral Communication requirements (Areas 1B & 1C). Each AP score can only be used as one course. However, more than one AP score can be used in each area except Area 1. Refer to the chart available at http://articulation.sbcc.edu/IGETC/IGETC.pdf for a list of approved AP scores and the corresponding IGETC area credit.
  9. Can International Baccalaureate (IB) scores be applied to IGETC? Yes. IB scores of 5, 6 or 7 can be used to satisfy certain IGETC subject areas. Each IB score can only be used as one course. However, more than one IB score can be used in each area. Refer to the chart available at http://articulation.sbcc.edu/IGETC/IGETC.pdf for a list of approved IB scores and the corresponding IGETC area credit.
  10. Is certification of IGETC completion automatic? No. Certification of IGETC must be requested at the SBCC Transfer Center (SS-140) after the student completes the IGETC requirements. Certification applications may be obtained from the Transfer Center (SS140) or at http://articulation.sbcc.edu/igetc/igetcapplication.pdf and must be submitted to the Transfer Center. Certification will not be made when courses are still in progress or before grades are known. Certification of IGETC is the responsibility of the last California community college a student attends prior to transfer. Students must attach their official transcripts from other colleges to their request for IGETC certification unless they have already submitted an official copy to SBCC’s Admissions & Records Office.
  11. Is there a minimum unit value per course? Yes. All courses must have a minimum unit value of 3 semester or 4 quarter units. When combining quarter and semester unit values within an IGETC area, units should be converted to either all quarter or all semester units, whichever best meets the minimum unit requirement for that area.

American History and Institutions Requirement for UCSB

UCSB is one of the UC campuses that require a college-level American History and Institutions course. Current courses at SBCC which satisfy this requirement are:

AJ 101Introduction To The Administration Of Justice3
AJ 105Diversity, Law and Justice3
AJ 245Constitutional Law3
ART 106History Of American Art3
ASAM 101Comparative Asian-American History, 1849-19653
ASAM 102Contemporary Asian-American History3
BLST 101The African-American In U.S. History To World War II3
BLST 102The African-American In U.S. History, From Civil Rights Movement To Present3
BLST 102HThe African-American in U.S. History, from Civil Rights to Present, Honors4
BLST 103African-American Culture3
CHST 101Mexican-American (Chicano) History In The U.S.3
CHST 102The Chicano And Latino In U.S. History, From The 1960's To The Present3
CHST 103Mexican-American (Chicano) Culture3
CHST 121The Chicana And Other Latina Women3
ENG 225American Literature3
ENG 226American Literature3
ENG 226HAmerican Literature, Honors4
ENVS 112American Environmental History3
ETHS 101The Immigrant Experience in the U.S.3
ETHS 101HThe Immigrant Experience in the U.S., Honors4
ETHS 107Racism In America3
HIST 101History Of The U.S. To 18773
HIST 102History Of The U.S. Since 18653
HIST 102HHistory Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors4
HIST 110History Of American Women3
HIST 110HHistory Of American Women (Honors)4
HIST 111The American West As Frontier And Region3
HIST 112American Environmental History3
HIST 114The Immigrant Experience In The U.S.3
HIST 114HThe Immigrant Experience In The U.S., Honors4
NATA 101American Indian: Past And Present3
NATA 102The Native American In 20th Century Society3
POLS 101American Government And Politics3
POLS 104American Government: Policy Issues/Process3
POLS 151Law And Society3
POLS 151HLaw And Society, Honors4
SOC 107Racism in America3
SOC 109Social Problems3

Any of these courses may be used to meet UCSB’s American History and Institutions Requirement, as well as a requirement for IGETC. There are other options available to students to satisfy this requirement (consult with an academic counselor).

Santa Barbara City College 2018-2019 IGETC Courses

IGETC requirements for Santa Barbara City College are also available on the ASSIST website, www.assist.org. IGETC represents approximately 35-40 units of the 60 transferable units required for UC/CSU transfer admissions.

IGETC is updated every fall semester.  When registering for classes each semester, it is the student's responsibility to verify that the course(s) chosen to meet IGETC requirements are applicable to IGETC in the term that the course(s) will be completed.  Consult with an academic counselor.

Area 1 — English Communication
  • CSU3 courses required, one from each group below.
  • UC 2 courses required, one each from Group A and Group B.
Group A: English Composition — 1 course, 3 semester units or 4-5 quarter units

ENG 110 Composition and Reading or ENG 110GB(before Spring 15) or ENG 110H Composition And Reading, Honors

Group B: Critical Thinking-English Composition — 1 course, 3 semester units or 4-5 quarter units

Important Note: Courses that meet Area 1B are normally not offered at institutions outside of the California Community College system.

COMM 235Argumentation And Debate (Fall 10 & after) 13
ENG 111Critical Thinking and Composition Through Literature 13
ENG 111GB (before Spring 15)
ENG 111HCritical Thinking and Composition Through Literature, Honors 13
ENG 111HG (before Spring 15)
PHIL 111Critical Thinking And Writing In Philosophy3
PHIL 110 (Summer 94-Summer 98)

Note: ENG 112 or 112HR and PHIL 205 or COMM 235 meet Area 1B: Critical Thinking-English Composition ONLY if one course was completed prior to Fall 1993. 

Group C: Oral Communication (CSU requirement only) — 1 course, 3 semester units or 4-5 quarter units
COMM 121Interpersonal Communication (before Fall 93 or Fall 98 & after)3
COMM 121HInterpersonal Communication, Honors (Spring 03 & after)3
COMM 122Mediated Interpersonal Communication (Fall 14 & after)3
COMM 131Fundamentals Of Public Speaking3
COMM 131HFundamentals Of Public Speaking, Honors3
COMM 141Small Group Communication3
COMM 235Argumentation And Debate (Fall 10 & after) 13
Area 2A — Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning

1 course, 3 semester units or 4-5 quarter units.

CS 108Discrete Structures4
CS 143 (before Fall 15)4
MATH 114Mathematics for Liberal Arts Majors4
MATH 116 (Fall 97-Summer 98)4
MATH 117Elementary Statistics4
MATH 117HElementary Statistics, Honors (Spring 92 & after)4
MATH 120College Algebra (Spring 95 & after)4
MATH 125 (before Fall 99)
MATH 130Calculus for Biological Sciences, Social Sciences and Business I5
MATH 131Calculus For Biological Sciences, Social Sciences And Business II3
MATH 137Precalculus I - College Algebra And Functions5
MATH 138Precalculus II - College Algebra And Trigonometry4
MATH 140 (before Fall 00)
MATH 141 (before Fall 01)
MATH 150Calculus with Analytic Geometry I5
MATH 160Calculus With Analytic Geometry II5
MATH 200Multivariable Calculus (before Fall 97 or Spring 07 & after)4
MATH 210Linear Algebra (before Fall 96 or Spring 07 & after)4
MATH 220Differential Equations (before Fall 96 or Spring 07 & after)4
MATH 250 (Spring 96-Spring 07)
MATH 260 (Spring 96-Fall 07)
PSY 150Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (Spring 97 & after)4
SOC 125Introduction to Statistics in Sociology4
Area 3 — Arts and Humanities

3 courses, with at least 1 course from 3A: Arts & 1 course from 3B: Humanities, 9 semester units or 12-15 quarter units.

3A: Arts
ART 101Visual Literacy3
ART 102AEarly Twentieth Century Art, 1900-1945 (Fall 01 & after)3
ART 102BLate Twentieth Century Art (Spring 02 & after)3
ART 103History Of Art, Prehistoric To Gothic3
ART 103HHistory Of Art, Prehistoric to Gothic, Honors3
ART 104History Of Art, Renaissance To Modern3
ART 104HHistory Of Art, Renaissance To Modern, Honors3
ART 105 (before Summer 01)
ART 106History Of American Art3
ART 107 (before Fall 12)
ART 108History Of Asian Art3
ART 109 (before Fall 15)
ART 110History Of Women In Art3
ART 111Survey Of Tribal Arts3
ART 112Survey Of Pre-Columbian Art3
ART 113Survey Of Architecture (before Spring 08 or Fall 15 & after)3
ART 114History Of Photography3
ART 145 (Spring 04-Fall 07)
ART 210Survey Of Renaissance And Baroque Art3
ART 211Nineteenth Century Art3
ART 213A (before Fall 12)
ART 213B (before Fall 12)
ART 215Survey Of Non-Western Art3
ART 216Survey Of Islamic Art And Architecture3
ART 217 (before Fall 12)
BLST 111The African-American Music Experience3
CHST 119 (before Summer 99)
CHST 130
CHST 131 (Spring 99 & after)
CHST 160 (Spring 93 & after)
ENG 242Contemporary Dramatic Literature (Fall 94 & after)3
ENG 260 (before Fall 97)
FS 101Introduction to Film Studies (Spring 99 & after) 13
FS 101HIntroduction to Film Studies, Honors4
FS 104American Film to 1960's (Spring 98 & after)3
FS 105Introduction to Television Studies 13
FS 107Contemporary American Film3
FS 109Film Studies II (Fall 17 & after)3
FS 112AFrench Film3
FS 113Experimental Film3
FS 115The Vietnam War In Film (Spring 03 & after) 13
FS 116Gender and Sexuality in Film 13
FS 118Film Genres (Spring 03 & after) 13
FS 119Introduction To Film Comedy 13
FS 120Master Filmmakers3
FS 121Documentary Film 13
MUS 104ABeginning Theory3
MUS 110Music Appreciation3
MUS 110HMusic Appreciation, Honors4
MUS 112History And Appreciation Of Contemporary Jazz And 20th Century American Music3
MUS 114ASurvey Of Music History3
MUS 114BSurvey Of Music History3
MUS 115History And Appreciation Of Rock And Popular Music3
MUS 118World Music3
MUS 119Middle Eastern Music, Dance and Culture3
NATA 112Native American Visual And Musical Art3
PE 250Survey and Appreciation of Dance History (Fall 03 & after)3
TA 103Theatre Appreciation3
TA 103GB (before Fall 09)
TA 106Development of Drama - Musical Theatre3
TA 107Development Of Drama: Greek To Renaissance3
TA 108Development Of Drama II: Restoration To Contemporary3
TA 120Understanding Scenography3
TA 160Chicano Theatre (Spring 93 & after)3
3B: Humanities
ASL 102Beginning American Sign Language II (Spring 01 & after)5
ASL 103Intermediate American Sign Language I5
ASL 104Intermediate American Sign Language II5
ASL 125American Deaf Culture and History4
ARBC 102Beginning Modern Standard Arabic II (Spring 06 & after)5
ASAM 101Comparative Asian-American History, 1849-1965 (Fall 08 & after) 13
ASAM 102Contemporary Asian-American History (Fall 08 & after) 13
BLST 101The African-American In U.S. History To World War II (Fall 16 & after) 13
BLST 102The African-American In U.S. History, From Civil Rights Movement To Present (Fall 15 & after) 13
BLST 102HThe African-American in U.S. History, from Civil Rights to Present, Honors 14
BLST 103African-American Culture (Fall 16 & after) 13
BLST 113African-American And Afro-Caribbean Literature In The U.S.3
CHST 101Mexican-American (Chicano) History In The U.S. (Fall 14 & after) 13
CHST 102The Chicano And Latino In U.S. History, From The 1960's To The Present (Fall 16 & after) 13
CHST 103Mexican-American (Chicano) Culture (Fall 16 & after) 13
CHST 113Introduction To Chicano/Mexican-American Literature3
CHST 114Borderlands Literature: U.S.-Mexico3
CHST 115Introduction To Mexican Literature3
CHIN 102Beginning Chinese II (Fall 93-Summer 98 or Spring 05 & after)5
CHIN 103Intermediate Chinese5
ECE 115Children's Literature (Fall 16 & after)3
ENG 111Critical Thinking and Composition Through Literature (Fall 15 & after) 13
ENG 111HCritical Thinking and Composition Through Literature, Honors (Fall 15 & after) 13
ENG 200Introduction to Literature3
ENG 221Survey Of British Literature3
ENG 221GB (before Spring 15)
ENG 222Survey Of British Literature3
ENG 222GB (before Spring 15)
ENG 222HSurvey of British Literature, Honors4
ENG 223 (before Fall 02)
ENG 225American Literature3
ENG 225GB (before Spring 15)
ENG 226American Literature3
ENG 226HAmerican Literature, Honors4
ENG 231World Literature3
ENG 231GB (Spring 07-Fall 14)
ENG 232World Literature3
ENG 232GB (Spring 07-Fall 14)
ENG 233 (before Fall 02)
ENG 235 (Fall 92-Summer 02)
ENG 236Sacred Literature, Eastern Texts3
ENG 236GB (Spring 07-Summer 15)
ENG 237Sacred Literature, Western Texts3
ENG 237GB (Spring 07-Summer 15)
ENG 240Contemporary Fiction3
ENG 241Contemporary Women Writers3
ENG 250 (before Fall 02)
ENG 251Introduction To Poetry3
ENG 252 (before Fall 02)
ENG 261Literature And Film3
ENG 262Shakespeare3
ENG 262GB (Spring 07-Summer 15)
ENVS 112American Environmental History 13
ETHS 101The Immigrant Experience in the U.S. (Spring 92 & after) 13
ETHS 101HThe Immigrant Experience in the U.S., Honors 14
ETHS 103The American Ethnic Cultural Experience 13
ETHS 109U.S.-Mexico And Other Borderlands (Fall 16 & after) 13
ETHS 117Cultural Diversity In Film (before Fall 09 or Fall 14 & after)3
ETHS 121Women Of Color In The U.S. 13
ETHS 122Arab-American/Middle Eastern Women In The U.S. 13
FS 101Introduction to Film Studies (before Fall 10)3
FS 105Introduction to Television Studies 13
FS 110World Cinema to 1960's3
FS 111Contemporary World Cinema3
FS 112BArt Cinema3
FS 114History of Animation3
FS 115The Vietnam War In Film (Spring 03 & after) 13
FS 116Gender and Sexuality in Film 13
FS 117 (before Fall 09)
FS 118Film Genres (Spring 03 & after) 13
FS 119Introduction To Film Comedy 13
FS 121Documentary Film 13
FR 102Beginning French II (Spring 98 & after)5
FR 103Intermediate French I (Spring 93 & after)5
FR 104Intermediate French II (Spring 93 & after)5
GER 102Beginning German II (Spring 93 & after)5
GER 103Intermediate German I (Fall 93 & after)5
GER 104Intermediate German II5
HEBR 102Beginning Modern Hebrew II (Spring 06 & after)5
HIST 100 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 101History Of The U.S. To 1877 13
HIST 102History Of The U.S. Since 1865 13
HIST 102HHistory Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors 14
HIST 103History Of Western Civilization 13
HIST 104History Of Western Civilization 13
HIST 107World Civilization, Beginnings To 1550 13
HIST 108World Civilization, 1550 To Present 13
HIST 109 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 110History Of American Women 13
HIST 110HHistory Of American Women (Honors) 14
HIST 111The American West As Frontier And Region 13
HIST 112American Environmental History 13
HIST 113HHistory Of Western Civilization: 1600 To Present, Honors 14
HIST 114The Immigrant Experience In The U.S. (Spring 92 & after) 13
HIST 114HThe Immigrant Experience In The U.S., Honors 14
HIST 115The Vietnam Wars 13
HIST 116 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 117 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 120Modern Europe 13
HIST 121History Of Great Britain 13
HIST 122History Of Great Britain 13
HIST 127History Of Russia 13
HIST 130 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 131 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 132 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 133History Of Latin America: Bc To 1800'S 13
HIST 134History Of Latin America: 1800'S To Modern Period 13
HIST 135History Of Mexico 13
HIST 137History Of Religions Of The Middle East 13
HIST 138History Of The Modern Middle East 13
HIST 151 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 152 (before Spring 15) 1
ITAL 102Beginning Italian II (Spring 93 & after)5
ITAL 103Intermediate Italian I (Fall 01 & after)5
ITAL 104Intermediate Italian II5
ITAL 150Advanced Italian5
ITAL 160Advanced Italian5
JAPN 102Beginning Japanese II (Spring 93 & after)5
JAPN 103Intermediate Japanese I (Fall 98 & after)5
JAPN 104Intermediate Japanese II (Fall 09 & after)5
KOR 102Beginning Korean II5
LATN 102Beginning Latin II (Spring 06 & after)5
NATA 105California Tribes: The Chumash 13
NATA 113The Indian In Literature: Fact And Fiction3
PHIL 100Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL 100HIntroduction to Philosophy, Honors4
PHIL 101Introduction to Ethics3
PHIL 101HIntroduction To Ethics, Honors (Spring 00 & after)4
PHIL 102Comparative World Religions3
PHIL 102HComparative World Religions, Honors3
PHIL 200History Of Philosophy: Ancient3
PHIL 201History of Philosophy: Modern3
PHIL 203History Of Philosophy: Contemporary (Fall 93 & after)3
PHIL 204History And Philosophy Of The Great Ideas Of Physics3
PHIL 207AComparative Philosophy, East And West (Fall 13 & after)3
PHSC 105 (before Fall 95) 1
PHSC 106 (before Fall 95) 1
PHYS 104 (before Fall 14)
POLS 132Political Thinking (Spring 99 & after) 13
RUS 102 (Fall 93-Fall 97)
SPAN 102Beginning Spanish II (Spring 99 & after)5
SPAN 103Intermediate Spanish I (Spring 93 & after)5
SPAN 104Intermediate Spanish II (Spring 93 & after)5
SPAN 132Introduction to Literary Analysis (Fall 13 & after)3
SPAN 133Survey of Spanish Literature3
SPAN 134Survey of Latin American Literature3
SPAN 135Latin American Culture (Spring 05 & after)4
SPAN 139Contemporary Cultures Of Spain (Spring 05 & after)3
SPAN 146Intermediate Spanish for Native Speakers I (Fall 08 & after)5
SPAN 147Intermediate Spanish for Native Speakers II (Fall 08 & after)5
SPAN 150Advanced Spanish4
SPAN 160Advanced Spanish4
Area 4 — Social and Behavioral Sciences

3 courses from at least 2 disciplines, 9 semester units or 12-15 quarter units.

AJ 101Introduction To The Administration Of Justice (Spring 92 & after)3
AJ 102Ethics In The Criminal Justice System (Fall 07 & after)3
AJ 104Introduction to Corrections3
AJ 105Diversity, Law and Justice3
AJ 107Concepts Of Criminal Law (Fall 96 & after)3
AJ 125Introduction To Criminology (Fall 08 & after)3
AJ 245Constitutional Law3
AJ 271The Study of Evil (Fall 17 & after)3
ANTH 102Introduction To Archaeology3
ANTH 102HIntroduction to Archaeology, Honors4
ANTH 103Introduction To Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH 104Language and Culture3
ANTH 109Comparative World Cultures (Fall 92 & after)3
ANTH 110Culture and Society Through Cartoons3
ANTH 113Witchcraft, Magic, Science And Religion3
ASAM 101Comparative Asian-American History, 1849-1965 (Fall 92 & after) 13
ASAM 102Contemporary Asian-American History (Spring 92 & after) 13
BLST 101The African-American In U.S. History To World War II 13
BLST 102The African-American In U.S. History, From Civil Rights Movement To Present (Spring 92 & after) 13
BLST 102HThe African-American in U.S. History, from Civil Rights to Present, Honors 14
BLST 103African-American Culture 13
CHST 101Mexican-American (Chicano) History In The U.S. 13
CHST 102The Chicano And Latino In U.S. History, From The 1960's To The Present (Spring 94 & after) 23
CHST 103Mexican-American (Chicano) Culture 13
CHST 121The Chicana And Other Latina Women (Fall 92 & after)3
COMM 101Introduction to Communication (Spring 93 & after)3
COMM 151Intercultural Communication3
COMM 171Mass Media And Society (Spring 92 & after)3
COMM 288Communication Research Methods (Spring 97 & after)3
COMM 289Communication Theory (Spring 93 & after)3
ECE 102Child, Family and Community (Spring 93 & after)3
ECE 120Child Growth and Development/Educators (Fall 07 & after)3
ERTH 142Economic Geography3
ECON 101Microeconomics3
ECON 102Macroeconomics3
ECON 103 (before Fall 98)
ECON 106 (Spring 92-Fall 17)
ECON 108 (before Spring 18)
ENGR 100 (before Fall 16)
ENVS 112American Environmental History 13
ETHS 101The Immigrant Experience in the U.S. (Spring 92 & after) 13
ETHS 101HThe Immigrant Experience in the U.S., Honors 14
ETHS 103The American Ethnic Cultural Experience 13
ETHS 107Racism In America3
ETHS 109U.S.-Mexico And Other Borderlands 13
ETHS 110Contemporary Ethnic Communities3
ETHS 120Race, Ethnicity and Social Movements in the United States3
ETHS 121Women Of Color In The U.S. 13
ETHS 122Arab-American/Middle Eastern Women In The U.S. 13
GEOG 102Human Geography3
GEOG 104World Regional Geography3
GEOG 105Economic Geography3
GEOG 106Geography Of California3
GLST 101Introduction to Global Studies3
GLST 102Global Problems3
GLST 110 (before Spring 15)
HIST 100 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 101History Of The U.S. To 1877 13
HIST 102History Of The U.S. Since 1865 13
HIST 102HHistory Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors 14
HIST 103History Of Western Civilization 13
HIST 104History Of Western Civilization 13
HIST 105HR (before Fall 03)
HIST 107World Civilization, Beginnings To 1550 13
HIST 108World Civilization, 1550 To Present 13
HIST 109 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 110History Of American Women 13
HIST 110HHistory Of American Women (Honors) 14
HIST 111The American West As Frontier And Region 13
HIST 112American Environmental History 13
HIST 113HHistory Of Western Civilization: 1600 To Present, Honors 14
HIST 114The Immigrant Experience In The U.S. (Spring 92 & after) 13
HIST 114HThe Immigrant Experience In The U.S., Honors 14
HIST 115The Vietnam Wars 13
HIST 116 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 117 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 120Modern Europe 13
HIST 121History Of Great Britain 13
HIST 122History Of Great Britain 13
HIST 127History Of Russia 13
HIST 130 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 131 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 132 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 133History Of Latin America: Bc To 1800'S 13
HIST 134History Of Latin America: 1800'S To Modern Period 13
HIST 135History Of Mexico 13
HIST 137History Of Religions Of The Middle East 13
HIST 138History Of The Modern Middle East 13
HIST 140 (Fall 92-Fall 14)
HIST 150 (before Fall 16)
HIST 151 (before Spring 15) 1
HIST 152 (before Spring 15) 1
INST 101 (before Spring 03)
NATA 101American Indian: Past And Present3
NATA 102The Native American In 20th Century Society3
NATA 103Native American Cultural Heritage3
NATA 104California Indians3
NATA 105California Tribes: The Chumash 13
PHSC 105 (before Fall 95) 1
PHSC 106 (before Fall 95) 1
POLS 101American Government And Politics3
POLS 104American Government: Policy Issues/Process3
POLS 106H (before Spring 18)
POLS 110Politics, Society And The Mass Media3
POLS 121International Politics3
POLS 121HInternational Politics, Honors4
POLS 122International Organizations: Global and Regional Governance3
POLS 126 (Spring 06-Spring 18)
POLS 130 (before Spring 15)
POLS 131Comparative Politics3
POLS 132Political Thinking (Spring 97 & after) 13
POLS 134HPolitical Violence, Honors4
POLS 136Middle East Government And Politics (Spring 07 & after)3
POLS 151Law And Society (Spring 92 & after)3
POLS 151HLaw And Society, Honors4
PSY 100General Psychology3
PSY 100HGeneral Psychology, Honors4
PSY 115Psychology Of Health And Effective Behavior (Fall 09 & after)3
PSY 120Introduction To Psychology3
PSY 125Psychology Of Human Sexuality4
PSY 130Personality Dynamics And Effective Behavior3
PSY 135Psychology of Film3
PSY 140Child Development3
PSY 145Human Development (Spring 04 & after)3
PSY 170Abnormal Psychology (Spring 94 & after)4
PSY 175Social Psychology: Psychological Perspective (Fall 03 & after)3
PSY 200Research Methods and Experimental Design in Psychology (Spring 94 & after)4
SS 101Introduction to the Social Sciences3
SOC 101Introduction To Sociology3
SOC 101HIntroduction to Sociology, Honors4
SOC 103Marriage, Family and Intimacy3
SOC 104Social Psychology3
SOC 106Sociology of Deviance3
SOC 107Racism in America3
SOC 109Social Problems3
SOC 110Culture and Society Through Cartoons3
SOC 113Sociology Of Sex and Gender3
SOC 115Introduction To Social Research (Spring 99 & after)3
SOC 118Media, Culture and Society3
SPAN 135Latin American Culture (Fall 92-Summer 05)4
SPAN 136Contemporary Cultures Of Central America3
SPAN 138Contemporary Culture Of South America4
SPAN 139Contemporary Cultures Of Spain (before Fall 05)3
Area 5 — Physical and Biological Sciences

2 courses, 7-9 semester units or 9-12 quarter units with 1 course from 5A: Physical Science course and 1 from 5B: Biological Science course; at least 1 must include a laboratory.

5A: Physical Sciences
BIOL 110Natural Science (Fall 92 & after) 13
BIOL 110/111 (BIOL 110 Fall 92 & after, BIOL 111 before Fall 12) 1,2
BIOL 110HNatural Science, Honors (Fall 92 & after) 14
BIOL 142Marine Science (Spring 04 & after)3
CHEM 101Introductory Chemistry 24
CHEM 104Fundamentals Of General, Organic And Biological Chemistry 24
CHEM 107 (Fall 98-Summer 02) 2
CHEM 155General Chemistry I 25
CHEM 156General Chemistry II 25
CHEM 211Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 211
CHEM 221
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 2
5.3
CHEM 212Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 212
CHEM 222
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory II 2
5.5
ERTH 101Introductory Astronomy3
ERTH 101HIntroductory Astronomy, Honors4
ERTH 101
ERTH 102
Introductory Astronomy
and Observational Astronomy Laboratory 2
4
ERTH 101H
ERTH 102
Introductory Astronomy, Honors
and Observational Astronomy Laboratory 2
5
ERTH 106Black Holes and the Universe3
ERTH 111Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology3
ERTH 111HDynamic Earth - Physical Geology, Honors4
ERTH 111
111L
Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology
and Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology Laboratory 2
4
ERTH 111H
ERTH 111L
Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology, Honors
and Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology Laboratory 2
5
ERTH 112History Of The Earth3
ERTH 112
112L
History Of The Earth
and Historical Geology Laboratory 2
4
ERTH 113Geology of National Parks (Fall 94 & after)3
ERTH 114The Geology Of California3
ERTH 115Environmental Geology (before Fall 97 or Fall 02 & after)3
ERTH 115
115L
Environmental Geology
and Environmental Geology Laboratory (Fall 03 & after) 2
4
ERTH 116Energy And Natural Resources (before Spring 97 or Fall 02 & after)3
ERTH 122Dinosaurs (Spring 07 & after)3
ERTH 125Mineralogy and Resources 25
ERTH 126Petrology And Rock-Forming Minerals (Spring 06 & after) 25
ERTH 141Physical Geography3
ERTH 141
141L
Physical Geography
and Physical Geography Laboratory 2
4
ERTH 151Introductory Physical Oceanography3
ERTH 151
151L
Introductory Physical Oceanography
and Introductory Physical Oceanography Laboratory 2
4
ERTH 152Weather and Climate3
ERTH 152
152L
Weather and Climate
and Weather and Climate Laboratory 2
4
ENVS 115Environmental Geology3
ENVS 115/115LEnvironmental Geology (Spring 03 & after) 23
ENVS 116Energy And Natural Resources3
GEOG 101Physical Geography3
GEOG 101/101LPhysical Geography 23
GEOG 152Weather and Climate3
GEOG 152/152LWeather and Climate 23
MUS 180 (before Fall 99)
MUS 180/182 (before Fall 96) 2
PHSC 103The Physical Universe 24
PHSC 107Nanoscience in Society 24
PHYS 101Conceptual Physics3
PHYS 101H (before Fall 14) 2
PHYS 101
101L
Conceptual Physics
and Conceptual Physics Laboratory 2
4
PHYS 102Introductory Physics For Science Majors 24
PHYS 105General Physics 24
PHYS 106General Physics 24
PHYS 110Introductory Physics 24
PHYS 111Introductory Physics 24
PHYS 113 (before Fall 99)
PHYS 113/113L (before Fall 99) 2
PHYS 121Mechanics Of Solids And Fluids 25
PHYS 122Electricity and Magnetism 25
PHYS 123Heat, Light and Modern Physics 25
5B: Biological Sciences
ANTH 101Physical Anthropology3
ANTH 101
101L
Physical Anthropology
and Physical Anthropology Laboratory 2
4
ANTH 101HPhysical Anthropology, Honors4
ANTH 101H
ANTH 101L
Physical Anthropology, Honors
and Physical Anthropology Laboratory 2
5
BIOL 100Concepts Of Biology 24
BIOL 101Plant Biology 24
BIOL 102Animal Biology 25
BIOL 103Cell Biology 25.5
BIOL 104Molecular Biology4
BIOL 104
BIOL 105
Molecular Biology
and Molecular Biology Laboratory 2
6
BIOL 110Natural Science (Fall 92 & after) 13
BIOL 110 & 111 (BIOL 110-Fall 92 & after, BIOL 111-before Fall 12) 1,2
BIOL 110HNatural Science, Honors (Fall 92 & after) 14
BIOL 112Evolution And Adaptation3
BIOL 112
BIOL 141
Evolution And Adaptation
and Biology Laboratory (Spring 06 & after) 2
5
BIOL 112HR (before Fall 97) 2
BIOL 114 (before Fall 97)
BIOL 114 & 115 (before Fall 97) 2
BIOL 120Natural History 24
BIOL 122Ecology3
BIOL 122
BIOL 123
Ecology
and Ecology Laboratory (Spring 04 & after) 2
4
BIOL 124Biological Oceanography 24
BIOL 125Marine Biology 24
BIOL 126Aquatic Ecosystems (Fall 15 & after) 43
BIOL 140Principles Of Biology (Spring 99 & after)3
BIOL 140
BIOL 141
Principles Of Biology
and Biology Laboratory (BIOL 140-Spring 99 & after, BIOL 141-Spring 06 & after) 2
5
BIOL 144Biogeography (Fall 15 & after)3
BIOL 150Biodiversity (Fall 03 & after)3
BIOL 161DNA and Society3
BIOL 172Symbiosis (Fall 07-Summer 09)3
BMS 100The Human Body 24
BMS 107Human Anatomy 24
BMS 108Human Physiology 24
BMS 109 (before Spring 15) 2
BMS 118Human Microanatomy (Fall 15 & after)3
BMS 127Medical Microbiology 24
BMS 136Biology Of Human Sexuality (before Fall 92 or Spring 00 & after)3
BMS 157General Microbiology 24
BOT 100Concepts Of Botany 24
BOT 121Plant Diversity 24
BOT 122Flowering Plant Identification (Spring 92 & after) 2,33
BOT 123Field Botany3
BOT 129Survey Of Earth's Vegetation3
EH 102Soils And Plant Nutrients (Fall 17 & after)3
EH 110Introduction To Horticulture (Fall 15 & after)3
EH 112Ecological Restoration I (Fall 17 & after)3
ENVS 110Humans And The Biological Environment3
ENVS 110
ENVS 111
Humans And The Biological Environment
and Environmental Field Studies 2
4
PSY 110Introduction to Physiological Psychology (Spring 92 & after)3
ZOOL 110Animal Physiology3
ZOOL 122Animal Diversity 53
ZOOL 122
ZOOL 123
Animal Diversity
and Animal Diversity Laboratory 2
4
ZOOL 124 (before Fall 15) 2
ZOOL 124Insect Biology (Fall 15 & after)3
ZOOL 137Ornithology (Spring 06 & after)3
ZOOL 140Animal Behavior3
5C: Laboratory Activity

Requirement met by any lab associated with the course taken to satisfy either 5A or 5B. Courses with footnote #2 include an associated laboratory component.

Area 6 — Language other than English

(UC requirement only) - Proficiency equivalent to two years of high school study in the same language, with a grade of “C”-minus or better OR 1 course from the following list (or a more advanced course: 102, 103, 104) with a grade of “C” or better. Consult with a counselor for other available options to meet this requirement.

Note: The first quarter of foreign language study is not sufficient to satisfy this requirement—2 quarters minimum required.

ASL 101Beginning American Sign Language I5
ARBC 101Beginning Modern Standard Arabic I5
CHST 117 (before Fall 06)
CHIN 101Beginning Chinese I5
FR 101Beginning French I5
GER 101Beginning German I5
HEBR 101Beginning Modern Hebrew I5
ITAL 101Beginning Italian I5
JAPN 101Beginning Japanese I5
KOR 101Beginning Korean I5
LATN 101Beginning Latin I5
RUS 101 (before Fall 97)
SPAN 101Beginning Spanish I5
SPAN 101CD (before Fall 14)
SPAN 132Introduction to Literary Analysis3
SPAN 145 (before Fall 06)

CSU Graduation Requirement in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals

This requirement may be met before or after transfer to the CSU. At the discretion of the CSU campus granting the degree, courses meeting this requirement may also be counted toward certification in general education. Students satisfy this CSU graduation requirement through coursework in three areas: US-1, US-2 and US-3. A student must take one course from each of the three areas. A student may use the same course to satisfy more than one area (US-1, US-2, US-3), if applicable. Note: The combination of HIST 101 History Of The U.S. To 1877 and HIST 102 History Of The U.S. Since 1865 (or HIST 102H History Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors) may also satisfy this requirement but ONLY if both courses were completed before Fall 2004.

US – 1: Historical Development of American Institutions and Ideals
ASAM 101Comparative Asian-American History, 1849-19653
BLST 101The African-American In U.S. History To World War II3
BLST 102The African-American In U.S. History, From Civil Rights Movement To Present (before Fall 04)3
CHST 101Mexican-American (Chicano) History In The U.S.3
ETHS 101The Immigrant Experience in the U.S.3
ETHS 101HThe Immigrant Experience in the U.S., Honors4
HIST 100 (before Spring 15)
HIST 101History Of The U.S. To 18773
HIST 102History Of The U.S. Since 18653
HIST 102HHistory Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors4
HIST 105HR (before Fall 03)
HIST 110History Of American Women3
HIST 114The Immigrant Experience In The U.S.3
HIST 114HThe Immigrant Experience In The U.S., Honors4
HIST 116 (before Spring 15)
NATA 101American Indian: Past And Present3
US – 2: U.S. Constitution and Government
AJ 245Constitutional Law3
POLS 101American Government And Politics3
POLS 104American Government: Policy Issues/Process3
POLS 106H (before Fall 04)
US – 3: U.S. California State and Local Government:
POLS 101American Government And Politics3
POLS 104American Government: Policy Issues/Process3
POLS 106H (before Fall 04)

Advanced Placement

For complete information regarding Advanced Placement exams applicable to IGETC certification, see “Advanced Placement” in the Catalog Index.

International Baccalaureate

For complete information regarding International Baccalaureate exams applicable to IGETC certification, see “International Baccalaureate” in the Catalog Index.

Certificate of Achievement in IGETC

The Certificate of Achievement in IGETC at Santa Barbara City College is designed for transfer-bound students who complete their lower-division General Education requirements through the IGETC pattern prior to transferring to a University of California or a California State University campus.

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete all of the IGETC requirements as outlined above for a total of 35-40 semester units. All courses must be completed with a “C” grade or better or “Pass” (equivalent to a grade of “C” or better).

California State University General Education Breadth

The CSU General Education Breadth is a pattern of courses that community college students can use to satisfy lower division general/graduation requirements at any California State University (CSU) campus. Completion of these courses is not required for admission to CSU. However, students who do not complete all the lower division G.E. requirements will not be “fully certified.” As a result, these students will be subject to additional G.E. requirements after transfer.

Certification

Certification must be requested after the student completes the CSU GE Breadth requirements. Certification applications may be obtained from the Transfer Center (SS-140) or at http://articulation.sbcc.edu/csu/csugeapplication.pdf and must be submitted to the Transfer Center. Certification will not be processed when courses are still in progress or before grades are known. Certification is the responsibility of the last California community college a student attends prior to transfer. Students must attach their official transcripts from other colleges to their request for certification unless they have already submitted an official copy to SBCC’s Admissions & Records Office.

Santa Barbara City College 2018-2019 CSU General Education Breadth Courses

CSU General Education Breadth requirements for Santa Barbara City College are also available on the articulation website at http://articulation.sbcc.edu/csu/csuge.pdf and the  ASSIST website at www.assist.org.

Completion of the CSU General Education Breadth pattern represents approximately 39 units of the total transferable units required for CSU transfer admissions.

Important Note: Courses listed in more than one area of CSU GE (Areas A-E) can only be counted in one area.

Area A — English Language Communication and Critical Thinking

(Minimum of 9 semester units or 12-15 quarter units with 1 course from each subarea A1, A2 and A3)

A1—Oral Communication (3 semester or 4 quarter units)
COMM 121Interpersonal Communication (Fall 98 & after)3
COMM 121HInterpersonal Communication, Honors (Fall 03 & after)3
COMM 122Mediated Interpersonal Communication (Fall 14 & after)3
COMM 131Fundamentals Of Public Speaking3
COMM 131HFundamentals Of Public Speaking, Honors3
COMM 141Small Group Communication3
COMM 161Communication in Organizations3
COMM 162Mediated Communication in Organizations (Fall 14 & after)3
COMM 235Argumentation And Debate (Fall 10 & after)3
IS 102 (Fall 14-Summer 17)1
A2—Written Communication (3 semester or 4 quarter units)
ENG 110Composition and Reading3
ENG 110GB (before Summer 15)
ENG 110HComposition And Reading, Honors3
A3—Critical Thinking (3 semester or 4 quarter units)
COMM 235Argumentation And Debate3
ENG 111Critical Thinking and Composition Through Literature3
ENG 111GB (before Spring 15)
ENG 111HCritical Thinking and Composition Through Literature, Honors3
ENG 111HG (before Spring 15)
ENG 115 (before Fall 04)
ENG 115H (before Spring 15)
PHIL 111Critical Thinking And Writing In Philosophy3
PHIL 205Introduction to Logic3

Area B — Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning

(Minimum of 9-12 semester units or 12-15 quarter units with at least 1 course from each sub-area B1, B2 and B4, plus a laboratory activity related to one of the completed science courses.)

B1—Physical Science (3 semester or 4 quarter units)
BIOL 110Natural Science3
BIOL 110 & 111 (before Fall 12) 1
BIOL 110HNatural Science, Honors4
BIOL 142Marine Science3
CHEM 101Introductory Chemistry 14
CHEM 104Fundamentals Of General, Organic And Biological Chemistry 14
CHEM 110Survey of Chemistry3
CHEM 155General Chemistry I 15
CHEM 156General Chemistry II 15
CHEM 211Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 211
CHEM 221
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 1
5.3
CHEM 212Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 212
CHEM 222
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory II 1
5.5
ERTH 101Introductory Astronomy3
ERTH 101HIntroductory Astronomy, Honors4
ERTH 101
ERTH 102
Introductory Astronomy
and Observational Astronomy Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 101H
ERTH 102
Introductory Astronomy, Honors
and Observational Astronomy Laboratory 1
5
ERTH 104Introductory Astrophysics3
ERTH 106Black Holes and the Universe3
ERTH 111Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology3
ERTH 111HDynamic Earth - Physical Geology, Honors4
ERTH 111
111L
Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology
and Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 111H
ERTH 111L
Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology, Honors
and Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology Laboratory 1
5
ERTH 112History Of The Earth3
ERTH 112
112L
History Of The Earth
and Historical Geology Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 113Geology of National Parks3
ERTH 113
ERTH 111L
Geology of National Parks
and Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 113
ERTH 112L
Geology of National Parks
and Historical Geology Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 114The Geology Of California3
ERTH 114 & ERTH 114L 1
ERTH 114
ERTH 112L
The Geology Of California
and Historical Geology Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 115Environmental Geology3
ERTH 115
115L
Environmental Geology
and Environmental Geology Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 116Energy And Natural Resources3
ERTH 122Dinosaurs (Spring 07 & after)3
ERTH 125Mineralogy and Resources 15
ERTH 126Petrology And Rock-Forming Minerals (Spring 06 & after) 15
ERTH 141Physical Geography3
ERTH 141
141L
Physical Geography
and Physical Geography Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 151Introductory Physical Oceanography3
ERTH 151
151L
Introductory Physical Oceanography
and Introductory Physical Oceanography Laboratory 1
4
ERTH 152Weather and Climate3
ERTH 152
152L
Weather and Climate
and Weather and Climate Laboratory
4
ENVS 115Environmental Geology3
ENVS 115
115L
Environmental Geology
and Environmental Geology Laboratory 1
4
ENVS 116Energy And Natural Resources3
GEOG 101Physical Geography3
GEOG 101
101L
Physical Geography
and Physical Geography Laboratory 1
4
GEOG 152Weather and Climate (Spring 10 & after)3
GEOG 152
152L
Weather and Climate
and Weather and Climate Laboratory (GEOG 152, Spring 10 & after) 1
4
PHSC 103The Physical Universe 14
PHSC 107Nanoscience in Society 14
PHYS 101Conceptual Physics3
PHYS 101H (before Fall 14) 1
PHYS 101
101L
Conceptual Physics
and Conceptual Physics Laboratory 1
4
PHYS 102Introductory Physics For Science Majors 14
PHYS 105General Physics 14
PHYS 106General Physics 14
PHYS 110Introductory Physics 14
PHYS 111Introductory Physics 14
PHYS 121Mechanics Of Solids And Fluids 15
PHYS 122Electricity and Magnetism 15
PHYS 123Heat, Light and Modern Physics 15
B2—Life Science (3 semester or 4 quarter units)
ANTH 101Physical Anthropology3
ANTH 101
101L
Physical Anthropology
and Physical Anthropology Laboratory 1
4
ANTH 101HPhysical Anthropology, Honors 14
ANTH 101H
ANTH 101L
Physical Anthropology, Honors
and Physical Anthropology Laboratory 1
5
BIOL 100Concepts Of Biology 14
BIOL 101Plant Biology 14
BIOL 102Animal Biology 15
BIOL 103Cell Biology 15.5
BIOL 104Molecular Biology4
BIOL 104
BIOL 105
Molecular Biology
and Molecular Biology Laboratory 1
6
BIOL 106 (before Spring 15) 1
BIOL 110Natural Science3
BIOL 110 & 111 (before Fall 12) 1
BIOL 110HNatural Science, Honors4
BIOL 112Evolution And Adaptation3
BIOL 112
BIOL 141
Evolution And Adaptation
and Biology Laboratory (Spring 06 & after) 1
5
BIOL 120Natural History 14
BIOL 122Ecology3
BIOL 122
BIOL 123
Ecology
and Ecology Laboratory 1
4
BIOL 124Biological Oceanography 14
BIOL 125Marine Biology 14
BIOL 126Aquatic Ecosystems (Fall 15 & after) 23
BIOL 140Principles Of Biology3
BIOL 140
BIOL 141
Principles Of Biology
and Biology Laboratory (Spring 06 & after) 1
5
BIOL 144Biogeography3
BIOL 150Biodiversity3
BIOL 161DNA and Society3
BIOL 172Symbiosis (Fall 07 & after)3
BMS 100The Human Body 14
BMS 107Human Anatomy 14
BMS 108Human Physiology 14
BMS 109 (before Spring 15) 1
BMS 117 (before Spring 15) 1
BMS 118Human Microanatomy (Fall 05-Summer 15) 13
BMS 118Human Microanatomy (Fall 15 & after)3
BMS 127Medical Microbiology 14
BMS 136Biology Of Human Sexuality3
BMS 146Human Form and Function3
BMS 157General Microbiology 14
BOT 100Concepts Of Botany 14
BOT 121Plant Diversity 14
BOT 122Flowering Plant Identification 13
BOT 123Field Botany3
BOT 129Survey Of Earth's Vegetation3
EH 102Soils And Plant Nutrients (Fall 17 & after)3
EH 110Introduction To Horticulture (Fall 15 & after)3
EH 112Ecological Restoration I (Fall 17 & after)3
ERTH 122Dinosaurs (Spring 07 & after)3
ENVS 110Humans And The Biological Environment3
ENVS 110
ENVS 111
Humans And The Biological Environment
and Environmental Field Studies 1
4
PSY 110Introduction to Physiological Psychology3
ZOOL 110Animal Physiology3
ZOOL 122Animal Diversity3
ZOOL 122
ZOOL 123
Animal Diversity
and Animal Diversity Laboratory 1
4
ZOOL 124Insect Biology (Fall 15 & after) 33
ZOOL 137Ornithology (Spring 06 & after)3
ZOOL 140Animal Behavior3
B3—Laboratory Activity

Requirement met by any lab associated with the course taken to satisfy either B1 or B2. Courses with footnote #1 include an associated laboratory component.

B4—Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (3 semester or 4 quarter units)

CS 108Discrete Structures4
CS 143 (before Fall 15)4
MATH 108Mathematical Concepts for Elementary School Teachers-Number Systems (Fall 08 & after)4
MATH 114Mathematics for Liberal Arts Majors4
MATH 117Elementary Statistics4
MATH 117HElementary Statistics, Honors4
MATH 120College Algebra4
MATH 130Calculus for Biological Sciences, Social Sciences and Business I5
MATH 131Calculus For Biological Sciences, Social Sciences And Business II3
MATH 137Precalculus I - College Algebra And Functions5
MATH 138Precalculus II - College Algebra And Trigonometry4
MATH 150Calculus with Analytic Geometry I5
MATH 160Calculus With Analytic Geometry II5
MATH 200Multivariable Calculus4
MATH 210Linear Algebra4
MATH 220Differential Equations4
PSY 150Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences4
SOC 125Introduction to Statistics in Sociology4

Area C — Arts and Humanities

(Minimum of 9 semester units or 12-14 quarter units with at least one course in the arts and one in the humanities)

C1—Arts — Arts, Cinema, Dance, Music, Theater
ART 101Visual Literacy3
ART 102AEarly Twentieth Century Art, 1900-19453
ART 102BLate Twentieth Century Art3
ART 103History Of Art, Prehistoric To Gothic3
ART 103HHistory Of Art, Prehistoric to Gothic, Honors3
ART 104History Of Art, Renaissance To Modern3
ART 104HHistory Of Art, Renaissance To Modern, Honors3
ART 106History Of American Art3
ART 107 (before Fall 12)
ART 108History Of Asian Art3
ART 109 (before Fall 15)
ART 110History Of Women In Art3
ART 111Survey Of Tribal Arts3
ART 112Survey Of Pre-Columbian Art3
ART 113Survey Of Architecture (before Spring 08 or Fall 15 & after)3
ART 114History Of Photography3
ART 120Fundamentals Of Drawing3
ART 130Integrated Drawing and Painting3.3
ART 132Fundamentals Of Painting3
ART 210Survey Of Renaissance And Baroque Art3
ART 211Nineteenth Century Art3
ART 213A (before Fall 12)
ART 213B (before Fall 12)
ART 215Survey Of Non-Western Art3
ART 216Survey Of Islamic Art And Architecture3
ART 217 (before Fall 12)
BLST 111The African-American Music Experience3
CHST 130History Of Mexican Art3
CHST 131History Of Chicano Art3
CHST 160Chicano Theatre3
ENG 242Contemporary Dramatic Literature3
FS 101Introduction to Film Studies3
FS 101HIntroduction to Film Studies, Honors4
FS 104American Film to 1960's3
FS 105Introduction to Television Studies3
FS 107Contemporary American Film3
FS 109Film Studies II (Fall 17 & after)3
FS 112AFrench Film3
FS 113Experimental Film3
FS 115The Vietnam War In Film3
FS 116Gender and Sexuality in Film3
FS 118Film Genres3
FS 119Introduction To Film Comedy3
FS 120Master Filmmakers3
FS 121Documentary Film3
ID 103Historical Furniture (Fall 13 & after)3
MUS 100Fundamentals Of Music Techniques (before Fall 04)3
MUS 102ABasic Musicianship3
MUS 104ABeginning Theory3
MUS 110Music Appreciation3
MUS 110HMusic Appreciation, Honors4
MUS 112History And Appreciation Of Contemporary Jazz And 20th Century American Music3
MUS 114ASurvey Of Music History3
MUS 114BSurvey Of Music History3
MUS 115History And Appreciation Of Rock And Popular Music3
MUS 118World Music3
MUS 119Middle Eastern Music, Dance and Culture3
MUS 120ASound Recording And Electronic Music3
MUS 140ABeginning Piano (before Fall 12)1
MUS 146Beginning Guitar (before Fall 12)1
MUS 150Beginning String Techniques (before Fall 12)1
MUS 152Beginning Wind And Percussion Techniques (before Fall 12)1
MUS 154Vocal Techniques I (before Fall 12)1
MUS 160College Choir (before Fall 12)1
MUS 162Chamber Singers (before Fall 12)1
MUS 165Beginning Jazz Improvisation1
MUS 166Intermediate-Advanced Jazz Improvisation1
MUS 167Beginning Jazz Ensemble (before Fall 12)1
MUS 170Symphony Orchestra (before Fall 12)1
MUS 174Chamber Music (before Fall 12)1
MUS 176Concert Band (before Fall 12)1
MUS 177Symphonic Band (before Fall 12)1
MUS 178Wind Ensemble (before Fall 12)1
NATA 112Native American Visual And Musical Art3
PE 150ABeginning Ballet (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 150BIntermediate Ballet (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 150CAdvanced Ballet (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 151ABeginning Jazz Dance (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 151BIntermediate Jazz Dance (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 151CAdvanced Jazz Dance (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 152ABeginning Modern Dance Technique (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 152BIntermediate Modern Dance Technique (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 152CAdvanced Modern Dance Technique (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 153Dance Concert (before Fall 12)1.5
PE 250Survey and Appreciation of Dance History3
TA 103Theatre Appreciation3
TA 103GB (before Fall 09)
TA 106Development of Drama - Musical Theatre3
TA 107Development Of Drama: Greek To Renaissance3
TA 108Development Of Drama II: Restoration To Contemporary3
TA 111Beginning Acting3
TA 120Understanding Scenography3
TA 121Introduction To Stagecraft3
TA 134Introduction To Costume Design3
TA 136Theatrical Makeup Techniques3
TA 141Theatre Workshop (before Fall 12)0.5
TA 151Theatre Production (before Fall 12)0.5
TA 160Chicano Theatre3
TA 175Summer Theatre Workshop (before Fall 12)1-6
TA 215Fundamentals Of Directing3
C2—Humanities — Literature, Philosophy, Languages Other than English
ARBC 101Beginning Modern Standard Arabic I5
ARBC 102Beginning Modern Standard Arabic II5
ASAM 101Comparative Asian-American History, 1849-1965 (Fall 08 & after)3
ASAM 102Contemporary Asian-American History (Fall 08 & after)3
ASL 101Beginning American Sign Language I (Spring 05 & after)5
ASL 102Beginning American Sign Language II5
ASL 103Intermediate American Sign Language I5
ASL 104Intermediate American Sign Language II5
ASL 125American Deaf Culture and History4
BLST 101The African-American In U.S. History To World War II (Fall 16 & after)3
BLST 102The African-American In U.S. History, From Civil Rights Movement To Present (Fall 15 & after)3
BLST 102HThe African-American in U.S. History, from Civil Rights to Present, Honors4
BLST 103African-American Culture (Fall 16 & after)3
BLST 113African-American And Afro-Caribbean Literature In The U.S.3
CHIN 101Beginning Chinese I5
CHIN 102Beginning Chinese II (Fall 05 & after)5
CHIN 103Intermediate Chinese5
CHST 101Mexican-American (Chicano) History In The U.S. (Fall 14 & after)3
CHST 102The Chicano And Latino In U.S. History, From The 1960's To The Present (Fall 16 & after)3
CHST 103Mexican-American (Chicano) Culture (Fall 16 & after)3
CHST 113Introduction To Chicano/Mexican-American Literature3
CHST 114Borderlands Literature: U.S.-Mexico3
CHST 115Introduction To Mexican Literature3
ECE 115Children's Literature3
ENG 111Critical Thinking and Composition Through Literature (Fall 15 & after)3
ENG 111HCritical Thinking and Composition Through Literature, Honors (Fall 15 & after)3
ENG 200Introduction to Literature3
ENG 221Survey Of British Literature3
ENG 221GB (before Spring 15)
ENG 222Survey Of British Literature3
ENG 222GB (before Spring 15)
ENG 222HSurvey of British Literature, Honors4
ENG 225American Literature3
ENG 225GB (before Spring 15)
ENG 226American Literature3
ENG 226HAmerican Literature, Honors4
ENG 231World Literature3
ENG 231GB (Spring 07-Fall 14)
ENG 232World Literature3
ENG 232GB (Spring 07-Fall 14)
ENG 236Sacred Literature, Eastern Texts3
ENG 236GB (before Fall 15)
ENG 237Sacred Literature, Western Texts3
ENG 237GB (before Fall 15)
ENG 240Contemporary Fiction3
ENG 241Contemporary Women Writers3
ENG 251Introduction To Poetry3
ENG 261Literature And Film3
ENG 262Shakespeare3
ENG 262GB (before Fall 15)
ENG 292H Advanced Literary Analysis, Honors2
ENVS 112American Environmental History3
ETHS 101The Immigrant Experience in the U.S.3
ETHS 101HThe Immigrant Experience in the U.S., Honors4
ETHS 103The American Ethnic Cultural Experience3
ETHS 109U.S.-Mexico And Other Borderlands (Fall 16 & after)3
ETHS 117Cultural Diversity In Film (before Fall 09 or Fall 14 & after)3
ETHS 121Women Of Color In The U.S.3
ETHS 122Arab-American/Middle Eastern Women In The U.S.3
FS 101Introduction to Film Studies3
FS 101HIntroduction to Film Studies, Honors (Fall 08 & after)4
FS 105Introduction to Television Studies3
FS 110World Cinema to 1960's3
FS 111Contemporary World Cinema3
FS 112BArt Cinema3
FS 114History of Animation3
FS 115The Vietnam War In Film3
FS 116Gender and Sexuality in Film3
FS 118Film Genres3
FS 119Introduction To Film Comedy3
FS 121Documentary Film3
FR 101Beginning French I5
FR 102Beginning French II5
FR 103Intermediate French I5
FR 104Intermediate French II5
FR 132Intermediate Literary Readings (Spring 18 & after) 23
FR 142Advanced Literary Readings (Spring 07 & after)2
GER 101Beginning German I5
GER 102Beginning German II5
GER 103Intermediate German I5
GER 104Intermediate German II5
HEBR 101Beginning Modern Hebrew I (Spring 05 & after)5
HEBR 102Beginning Modern Hebrew II (Spring 05 & after)5
HIST 100 (before Spring 15)
HIST 101History Of The U.S. To 18773
HIST 102History Of The U.S. Since 18653
HIST 102HHistory Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors4
HIST 103History Of Western Civilization3
HIST 104History Of Western Civilization3
HIST 107World Civilization, Beginnings To 15503
HIST 108World Civilization, 1550 To Present3
HIST 109 (before Spring 15)
HIST 110History Of American Women3
HIST 110HHistory Of American Women (Honors)4
HIST 111The American West As Frontier And Region3
HIST 112American Environmental History3
HIST 113HHistory Of Western Civilization: 1600 To Present, Honors4
HIST 114The Immigrant Experience In The U.S.3
HIST 114HThe Immigrant Experience In The U.S., Honors4
HIST 115The Vietnam Wars3
HIST 116 (before Spring 15)
HIST 117 (before Spring 15)
HIST 120Modern Europe3
HIST 121History Of Great Britain3
HIST 122History Of Great Britain3
HIST 127History Of Russia3
HIST 130 (before Spring 15)
HIST 131 (before Spring 15)
HIST 132 (before Spring 15)
HIST 133History Of Latin America: Bc To 1800'S 3
HIST 134History Of Latin America: 1800'S To Modern Period3
HIST 135History Of Mexico3
HIST 137History Of Religions Of The Middle East3
HIST 138History Of The Modern Middle East3
HIST 151 (before Spring 15)
HIST 152 (before Spring 15)
ITAL 101Beginning Italian I5
ITAL 102Beginning Italian II5
ITAL 103Intermediate Italian I5
ITAL 103AB (before Fall 14)
ITAL 103CD (before Fall 14)
ITAL 104Intermediate Italian II5
ITAL 104AB (before Fall 14)
ITAL 104CD (before Fall 14)
ITAL 150Advanced Italian5
ITAL 160Advanced Italian5
JAPN 101Beginning Japanese I5
JAPN 102Beginning Japanese II5
JAPN 103Intermediate Japanese I (Fall 98 & after)5
JAPN 104Intermediate Japanese II (Fall 09 & after)5
KOR 101Beginning Korean I5
KOR 102Beginning Korean II5
LATN 101Beginning Latin I (Spring 06 & after)5
LATN 102Beginning Latin II (Spring 06 & after)5
NATA 105California Tribes: The Chumash3
NATA 113The Indian In Literature: Fact And Fiction3
PHIL 100Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL 100HIntroduction to Philosophy, Honors4
PHIL 101Introduction to Ethics3
PHIL 101HIntroduction To Ethics, Honors4
PHIL 102Comparative World Religions3
PHIL 102HComparative World Religions, Honors3
PHIL 200History Of Philosophy: Ancient3
PHIL 201History of Philosophy: Modern3
PHIL 203History Of Philosophy: Contemporary3
PHIL 204History And Philosophy Of The Great Ideas Of Physics3
PHIL 207AComparative Philosophy, East And West (Fall 13 & after)3
PHYS 104 (before Fall 14)
POLS 132Political Thinking3
PSY 135Psychology of Film3
SPAN 101Beginning Spanish I5
SPAN 101AB (before Fall 14)
SPAN 101CD (before Fall 14)
SPAN 102Beginning Spanish II5
SPAN 102AB (before Fall 14)2
SPAN 102CD (before Fall 14)2
SPAN 103Intermediate Spanish I5
SPAN 104Intermediate Spanish II5
SPAN 132Introduction to Literary Analysis (Spring 07 & after)3
SPAN 133Survey of Spanish Literature3
SPAN 134Survey of Latin American Literature3
SPAN 135Latin American Culture (Fall 05 & after)4
SPAN 136Contemporary Cultures Of Central America3
SPAN 138Contemporary Culture Of South America4
SPAN 139Contemporary Cultures Of Spain3
SPAN 146Intermediate Spanish for Native Speakers I5
SPAN 147Intermediate Spanish for Native Speakers II5
SPAN 150Advanced Spanish4
SPAN 160Advanced Spanish4
SPAN 200Study In Mexico, Spain or Latin America4

Area D — Social Sciences

(Minimum of 9 semester units or 12-15 quarter units with courses taken in more than one discipline)

AJ 101Introduction To The Administration Of Justice3
AJ 102Ethics In The Criminal Justice System3
AJ 104Introduction to Corrections3
AJ 105Diversity, Law and Justice3
AJ 107Concepts Of Criminal Law3
AJ 125Introduction To Criminology3
AJ 245Constitutional Law3
AJ 255Terrorism And The Criminal Justice System3
AJ 260Women's Issues In The Criminal Justice System3
AJ 265Crime and Human Behavior3
AJ 271The Study of Evil3
ANTH 102Introduction To Archaeology3
ANTH 102HIntroduction to Archaeology, Honors4
ANTH 103Introduction To Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH 104Language and Culture3
ANTH 109Comparative World Cultures3
ANTH 110Culture and Society Through Cartoons3
ANTH 113Witchcraft, Magic, Science And Religion3
ANTH 121 (before Spring 18)
ANTH 122 (before Spring 18)
ANTH 123 (before Spring 18)
ANTH 124 (before Spring 17)
ANTH 125 (before Spring 17)
ANTH 126 (before Spring 17)
ASAM 101Comparative Asian-American History, 1849-19653
ASAM 102Contemporary Asian-American History3
BLST 101The African-American In U.S. History To World War II3
BLST 102The African-American In U.S. History, From Civil Rights Movement To Present3
BLST 102HThe African-American in U.S. History, from Civil Rights to Present, Honors4
BLST 103African-American Culture3
CHST 101Mexican-American (Chicano) History In The U.S.3
CHST 102The Chicano And Latino In U.S. History, From The 1960's To The Present3
CHST 103Mexican-American (Chicano) Culture3
CHST 121The Chicana And Other Latina Women3
COMM 101Introduction to Communication3
COMM 151Intercultural Communication3
COMM 171Mass Media And Society3
COMM 288Communication Research Methods3
COMM 289Communication Theory3
ECE 102Child, Family and Community3
ECE 120Child Growth and Development/Educators3
ECE 132Teaching in a Diverse Society (Fall 12 & after)3
ECON 101Microeconomics3
ECON 102Macroeconomics3
ECON 106 (before Spring 18)
ECON 108 (before Spring 18)
ENGR 100 (before Fall 16)
ENVS 112American Environmental History3
ERTH 142Economic Geography3
ETHS 101The Immigrant Experience in the U.S.3
ETHS 101HThe Immigrant Experience in the U.S., Honors4
ETHS 103The American Ethnic Cultural Experience3
ETHS 107Racism In America3
ETHS 109U.S.-Mexico And Other Borderlands3
ETHS 110Contemporary Ethnic Communities3
ETHS 120Race, Ethnicity and Social Movements in the United States3
ETHS 121Women Of Color In The U.S.3
ETHS 122Arab-American/Middle Eastern Women In The U.S.3
GEOG 102Human Geography3
GEOG 104World Regional Geography3
GEOG 105Economic Geography3
GEOG 106Geography Of California3
GLST 101Introduction to Global Studies3
GLST 102Global Problems3
GLST 110 (before Spring 15)
HIST 100 (before Spring 15)
HIST 101History Of The U.S. To 18773
HIST 102History Of The U.S. Since 18653
HIST 102HHistory Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors4
HIST 103History Of Western Civilization3
HIST 104History Of Western Civilization3
HIST 107World Civilization, Beginnings To 15503
HIST 108World Civilization, 1550 To Present3
HIST 109 (before Spring 15)
HIST 110History Of American Women3
HIST 110HHistory Of American Women (Honors)4
HIST 111The American West As Frontier And Region3
HIST 112American Environmental History3
HIST 113HHistory Of Western Civilization: 1600 To Present, Honors4
HIST 114The Immigrant Experience In The U.S.3
HIST 114HThe Immigrant Experience In The U.S., Honors4
HIST 115The Vietnam Wars3
HIST 116 (before Spring 15)
HIST 117 (before Spring 15)
HIST 120Modern Europe3
HIST 121History Of Great Britain3
HIST 122History Of Great Britain3
HIST 127History Of Russia3
HIST 130 (before Spring 15)
HIST 131 (before Spring 15)
HIST 132 (before Spring 15)
HIST 133History Of Latin America: Bc To 1800'S 3
HIST 134History Of Latin America: 1800'S To Modern Period3
HIST 135History Of Mexico3
HIST 137History Of Religions Of The Middle East3
HIST 138History Of The Modern Middle East3
HIST 140 (before Spring 15)
HIST 150 (before Fall 16)
HIST 151 (before Spring 15)
HIST 152 (before Spring 15)
NATA 101American Indian: Past And Present3
NATA 102The Native American In 20th Century Society3
NATA 103Native American Cultural Heritage3
NATA 104California Indians3
NATA 105California Tribes: The Chumash3
POLS 101American Government And Politics3
POLS 104American Government: Policy Issues/Process3
POLS 106H (before Spring 18)
POLS 107 (before Spring 18)
POLS 110Politics, Society And The Mass Media3
POLS 121International Politics3
POLS 121HInternational Politics, Honors4
POLS 122International Organizations: Global and Regional Governance3
POLS 123 (before Spring 15)
POLS 124 (before Spring 15)
POLS 126 (before Spring 18)
POLS 130 (before Spring 15)
POLS 131Comparative Politics3
POLS 132Political Thinking3
POLS 134HPolitical Violence, Honors4
POLS 136Middle East Government And Politics3
POLS 151Law And Society3
POLS 151HLaw And Society, Honors4
PSY 100General Psychology3
PSY 100HGeneral Psychology, Honors4
PSY 106Positive Psychology3
PSY 115Psychology Of Health And Effective Behavior (Fall 05 & after)3
PSY 120Introduction To Psychology3
PSY 125Psychology Of Human Sexuality4
PSY 130Personality Dynamics And Effective Behavior (Fall 13 & after)3
PSY 135Psychology of Film3
PSY 140Child Development3
PSY 145Human Development3
PSY 170Abnormal Psychology4
PSY 175Social Psychology: Psychological Perspective3
PSY 200Research Methods and Experimental Design in Psychology4
SOC 101Introduction To Sociology3
SOC 101HIntroduction to Sociology, Honors4
SOC 103Marriage, Family and Intimacy (Fall 05 & after)3
SOC 104Social Psychology3
SOC 106Sociology of Deviance3
SOC 107Racism in America3
SOC 109Social Problems3
SOC 110Culture and Society Through Cartoons3
SOC 113Sociology Of Sex and Gender (Fall 05 & after)3
SOC 115Introduction To Social Research3
SOC 118Media, Culture and Society3
SPAN 135Latin American Culture4
SPAN 136Contemporary Cultures Of Central America3
SPAN 138Contemporary Culture Of South America4
SPAN 139Contemporary Cultures Of Spain3
SS 101Introduction to the Social Sciences3

Area E—Lifelong Learning and Self-Development

(Minimum of 3 semester units or 4-5 quarter units)

ADC 120Alcohol and Other Drugs (Spring 07 & after)3
ADC 124Chemical Dependency and the Family (Spring 07 & after)3
ADC 129Emotional Balance and Mindfulness in Recovery (Fall 16 & after)3
ADC 130Diversity and Cultural Issues In Counseling: Identity, Expression and Addiction (Spring 07 & after)3
ADC 133Anger Management and Family Violence (Spring 07 & after)3
BMS 128Human Nutrition3
BMS 136Biology Of Human Sexuality3
COMM 121Interpersonal Communication (before Fall 06)3
ECE 120Child Growth and Development/Educators (Fall 05 & after)3
HE 101Personal Health Awareness3
HE 102Personal Health for Women3
HE 111Understanding Human Sexuality3
HE 201Introduction to Healthy Aging3
HE 213Concepts in Health and Physical Fitness3
IS 101 (Fall 14-Summer 17)1
PD 100College Success3
PD 110Career Planning And Decision-Making3
PD 131Stress Management and Wellness (Fall 16 & after)3
PE 167Exploration of Dance1.5
PSY 100General Psychology (Fall 12 & after)3
PSY 100HGeneral Psychology, Honors (Fall 12 & after)4
PSY 115Psychology Of Health And Effective Behavior (Fall 05 & after)3
PSY 125Psychology Of Human Sexuality4
PSY 130Personality Dynamics And Effective Behavior3
PSY 140Child Development (Fall 05 & after)3
PSY 145Human Development3
SOC 103Marriage, Family and Intimacy3
SOC 106Sociology of Deviance3
SOC 113Sociology Of Sex and Gender3

CSU Graduation Requirement in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals

This requirement may be met before or after transfer to the CSU. At the discretion of the CSU campus granting the degree, courses meeting this requirement may also be counted toward certification in general education. Students satisfy this CSU graduation requirement through coursework in three areas: US-1, US-2 and US-3. A student must take one course from each of the three areas. A student may use the same course to satisfy more than one area (US-1, US-2, US-3), if applicable.

Note: The combination of HIST 101 History Of The U.S. To 1877 and HIST 102 History Of The U.S. Since 1865 (or HIST 102H History Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors) may also satisfy this requirement but ONLY if both courses were completed before Fall 2004.

US – 1: Historical Development of American Institutions and Ideals
ASAM 101Comparative Asian-American History, 1849-19653
BLST 101The African-American In U.S. History To World War II3
BLST 102The African-American In U.S. History, From Civil Rights Movement To Present (before Fall 04)3
CHST 101Mexican-American (Chicano) History In The U.S.3
ETHS 101The Immigrant Experience in the U.S.3
ETHS 101HThe Immigrant Experience in the U.S., Honors4
HIST 100 (before Spring 15)
HIST 101History Of The U.S. To 18773
HIST 102History Of The U.S. Since 18653
HIST 102HHistory Of The U.S. Since 1865, Honors4
HIST 110History Of American Women3
HIST 114The Immigrant Experience In The U.S.3
HIST 114HThe Immigrant Experience In The U.S., Honors4
HIST 116 (before Spring 15)
NATA 101American Indian: Past And Present3
US – 2: U.S. Constitution and Government
AJ 245Constitutional Law3
POLS 101American Government And Politics3
POLS 104American Government: Policy Issues/Process3
POLS 106H (before Fall 04)
US – 3: U.S. California State and Local Government
POLS 101American Government And Politics3
POLS 104American Government: Policy Issues/Process3
POLS 106H (before Fall 04)

Advanced Placement

For complete information regarding Advanced Placement exams applicable to CSU GE Breadth certification, see “Advanced Placement” in the Catalog Index.

International Baccalaureate

For complete information regarding International Baccalaureate exams applicable to CSU GE Breadth certification, see “International Baccalaureate” in the Catalog Index.

Certificate of Achievement in CSU General Education Breadth

The Certificate of Achievement in CSU General Education Breadth at Santa Barbara City College is designed for transfer-bound students who complete their lower-division General Education requirements through the CSU General Education Breadth pattern prior to transferring to a California State University campus.

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete all of the CSU General Education Breadth requirements as outlined above for a total of 39 semester units. The CSU General Education Breadth pattern must be completed with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better to earn the certificate. “Pass” grades in courses used to satisfy the CSU General Education Breadth pattern are allowed.

Campus-Specific General Education Pattern

Students who do not complete IGETC or the CSU General Education Breadth pattern will be subject to the General Education pattern of the campus to which they transfer. Please refer to the respective UC, CSU or appropriate four-year institution campus catalog for a complete list of campus-specific General Education requirements.