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EDUCATION PLANNING WORKSHOP PLAN C. What are the ENGLISH and MATH requirements for an AA or AS Degree?. English 101 MATH 080/081 ENGL N50  N60  061  101 MATH (N05) NO6 N48060/061 080/81. What are the ENGLISH and MATH requirements for Transfer?. English 101

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what are the english and math requirements for an aa or as degree
What are the ENGLISH and MATH requirements for an AA or AS Degree?
  • English 101
  • MATH 080/081

ENGL N50  N60  061  101

MATH (N05) NO6 N48060/061 080/81

what are the english and math requirements for transfer
What are the ENGLISH and MATH requirements for Transfer?
  • English 101
  • MATH 105 or 140 or 219 or 160
  • (The specific Math course depends on your major)

ENGL N50  N60  061  101

MATH N48060/061 080/81 105 or …

how many units do i need to transfer to the university of california
How many units do I need to transfer to the University of California?

60

They must be UC transferable courses from the UC transferable course list

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If 60 is the minimum, what is the maximum number of units I can transfer?

70

You can transfer with more than 70 community college units and receive course credit, it’s just that the units won’t count towards your bachelor’s degree after 70. Most bachelor’s degrees are 120-124 units, of which 70 can come from a community college.

what is general education
What is General Education?
  • It is a common core of courses that all majors must complete for a degree.
  • For an AA or AS it’s 31 – 35 units
  • For a bachelor’s degree it’s approximately 40 units
what s the difference between a uc and a csu
What’s the difference between a UC and a CSU?

UC

  • UCI, UCLA, UCSD, UCR
  • 3@10 week quarters
  • $13,200 per year
  • Prestigious research institution
  • Professors and Grad. Assistants teach
  • High GPA
  • Plan C

CSU

  • CSUF, CSULB, Cal Poly Pomona
  • 2@semesters
  • $6,628 per year
  • Hands on and research institution
  • Professors teach
  • Plan B or C
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GeneralEducation CoursesPlan C(40 units)

Elective Courses

Major Courses

www.assist.org

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Transfer Programs

  • Lead to TRANSFER to a UNIVERSITY
  • Classes count toward completion of a Bachelor’s Degree

Requirements:

Total Units: 60-70 units

Examples: Engineering, Business Admin.

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PLAN C – IGETC

Area 1-English Communication

A. English Composition (1 course)

B. Critical Thinking (1 course)

C. Oral Communication (CSU only)

Area 2A - Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning

Area 3 – Arts & Humanities

A: Arts (1 course)

B: Humanities (1 course)

Area 4 – Social & Behavioral Sciences (3 courses)

Area 5 – Physical & Biological Sciences (1 course must have

corresponding lab)

A: Physical Science (1 course)

B: Biological Science (1 course)

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Math & Science majors focus on major preparation

Area 6A - Language Other than English

www assist org
www.assist.org
  • Helps explore majors offered at UC/CSU campuses
  • Shows requirements for major preparation
  • Transferring courses to the UC/CSU campuses