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Communication Studies (AA-T)

Follow the outlined degree pattern and pass your classes each semester with a minimum 2.0 GPA to maintain priority registration and complete in two years. (A higher GPA may be required to gain admission to certain CSU campuses and majors).

Please see a counselor if you need to make adjustments to your schedule.

FALL 2014 SCHEDULE

Use this worksheet to register for your FALL 2014 classes.

CRN # COURSE UNITS DAY/TIME
58623 ENG G100 - Freshman Composition 3 TR 11:10 - 1:15
58372 MATH G160 - Introduction to Statistics 3 MW 11:10 - 1:15
54841 HLED G100 - Personal Health 3 TR 9:30-10:55 am
55753 SOC G100 - Introduction to Sociology 3 MW 9:30-10:55 am

Communication Studies (AA-T)
Two-Year Degree Pattern

The following is a course pattern for this degree. Actual courses will be selected and scheduled prior to the registration period for each semester.

YEAR 1 - FALL UNITS
ENG G100 - Freshman Composition 3
MATH G100 - Liberal Arts Mathematics 3
HLED G100 - Personal Health 3
SOC G100 - Introduction to Sociology 3

YEAR 1 - SPRING UNITS
COMM G100 - Interpersonal Communication
3
COMM G110 - Public Speaking 3
ANTH G185 - Physical Anthropology 3
ART G100 - Introduction to Art 3

SUMMER UNITS
ELECTIVE 3
ELECTIVE 3

YEAR 2 - FALL UNITS
COMM G220 - Essentials of Argumentation/Debate        3
COMM G255 - Intercultural Communications 3
PSCI G180 - American Government
3
AREA C2 - Arts and Humanities:
HIST G161 OR HIST G162 OR ENGL G270 OR ENGL G275
3

YEAR 2 - SPRING UNITS
COMM G260 - Organizational Communication 3
COMM G112 - Small Group Dynamic 3
AREA B1 - Physical Science:
(GEOG 180+180L OR ASTR 100+100L OR GEOL 110+100L)
3
HIST G170 - History of the U.S. to 1876
OR HIST G175 - History of the U.S. since 1876
3

TOTAL UNITS: 55
ADD 5 ELECTIVE UNITS (TAKEN ANY SEMESTER) TO TOTAL 60 UNITS