Catalog  –  2013 - 2014

GRADUATION AND GENERAL EDUCATION

General Education Checklist

Select ONE COURSE from each of the following areas:

A. Education

  • Education P101 (suggested to be taken during the first year of enrollment)
  • Education P102
  • Education P107
  • Education P108
  • Interdisciplinary Studies P055A
  • Interdisciplinary Studies P100A
  • Nursing P100

All courses in Areas B, C, and D must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher.

B. Writing

  • English P101A
  • AP – English Composition
  • AP – English Language and Composition

C. Communications

  • Administration of Justice P109
  • Agriculture P103
  • Marketing P124
  • Communication P101
  • Communication P102
  • Communication P105

D. Mathematics

  • Any college-level mathematics course numbered P051 or P101-P299
  • Physics P102A, P102B, P104A, P104B, Chemistry P101A, P101B or P106
  • AP-Calculus BC

E. Biological Science

  • Agriculture P131
  • Anatomy P110
  • Anthropology P101
  • Biology P105
  • Biology P106
  • Biology P110/P101/10
  • Microbiology P106
  • Physiology P101
  • Completion of the Psychiatric Technology or Vocational Nursing Program

F. Physical Science

  • Agriculture P106
  • Astronomy P101
  • Chemistry P101A
  • Chemistry P101B
  • Chemistry P106
  • Earth Science P110
  • Earth Science P114
  • Geography P114
  • Geology P110
  • Physical Science P112
  • Physics P102A
  • Physics P102B
  • Physics P104A
  • Physics P104B
  • AP-Chemistry
  • AP-Physics
  • AP-Physics

G. History/Political Science

  • History P117
  • History P118
  • Political Science P101
  • Political Science P102
  • Political Science P103
  • AP – American Government
  • AP – American History

H. Social/Behavioral Science

  • Administration of Justice P111
  • Administration of Justice P123
  • Agriculture P102
  • Anthropology P102
  • Anthropology P105
  • Anthropology P107
  • Child Development P223
  • Economics P101
  • Economics P102
  • Geography P113
  • History P104
  • History P105
  • History P109
  • Human Services P120
  • Psychology P101A
  • Psychology P110
  • Psychology P133
  • Psychology P223
  • Sociology P101
  • Sociology P102
  • Sociology P120
  • Sociology P121
  • Sociology P127
  • AP-European History
  • AP-Macroeconomics
  • AP-Microeconomics

I. Analytical Thinking

  • Agriculture P104
  • Business Administration P160
  • Communication P105
  • Information Systems P001
  • Information Systems P100
  • Philosophy P107
  • Philosophy P110
  • Any mathematics course numbered P101 through P299
  • Completion of the Associate Degree Nursing Program

J. Multicultural Studies

  • Administration of Justice P107
  • Anthropology P105
  • Anthropology P107
  • Child Development P117
  • Communication P106
  • Education P105
  • English P112
  • English P113
  • English P117
  • English P120
  • Ethnic Studies P120
  • Health Careers P110
  • History P101
  • History P102
  • History P108
  • History P109
  • History P119
  • History P120
  • History P121
  • History P123
  • Human Services P105
  • Philosophy P113
  • Sociology P120
  • Sociology P121
  • Sociology P127
  • Completion of the Associate Degree Nursing Program

K. Health/Physical Education (3 units required)

  • Health Education P112
  • Any PE activity course
  • Completion of the Psychiatric Technology, Vocational Nursing, or Associate Degree Nursing Program

L. Humanities

  • Art P101
  • Art P102
  • Art P110
  • Art P111
  • Art P112
  • Communication P170
  • Drama P101
  • Drama P102
  • English P101B
  • English P102
  • English P103
  • English P104
  • English P113
  • English P115
  • English P116
  • English P118
  • English P119
  • English P130
  • English P140
  • English P141
  • History P101
  • History P102
  • Music P109
  • Music P110
  • Music P111
  • Music P112
  • Music P117
  • Philosophy P106
  • Philosophy P108
  • Philosophy P109
  • Philosophy P110
  • Philosophy P112
  • Philosophy P113
  • AP Spanish Language
  • One semester transfer-level foreign Language