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.
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|
|BIOL G100 and BIOL G100L - Introduction to Biology & Lab||4|
|PSYCH G100 - Introduction to Psychology||3|
|KIN G100 - Introduction to Kinesiology||3|
|PE G111 - Swimming||1|
|YEAR 1 - SPRING||UNITS|
|COMM G110 - Interpersonal Communication||3|
|MUSIC G101 - History and Appreciation of Music||3|
|HIST G175 - History of the United States since 1876||3|
|PE G132 - Pilates for Fitness||1|
|BIOL G220 AND BIOL G220L - Human Anatomy & Lab||4|
|YEAR 2 - FALL||UNITS|
|ENGL G110- Critical Thinking, Reading and Writing, through Literature||3|
|PSCI G180 - American Government||3|
|GEOG G180 - Intro to Geology: Physical Geography||3|
|KIN G101 - First Aid/Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation||4|
|PE G195 - Volleyball||1|
|YEAR 2 - SPRING||UNITS|
|MATH G115 - College Algebra||3|
|SOC G100 - Introduction to Sociology||3|
|ART G100 - Introduction to Art||3|
|HLED G 135 - Nutrition and Health||3|
|BIOL G225 and BIO G225L - Human Physiology & Lab||4|
TOTAL UNITS: 58 (60 units required to graduate/transfer)
Complete two additional units in any term, including summer or winter intersession.