Academic Catalogs

Associate Degree General Education 2022-2023: Option 2 (California State University General Education)

To earn a Bachelor’s degree from the California State University, each student must complete 48-51 semester units in general education. Nine to twelve of these units must be taken as upper-division course work after transfer. Orange Coast College will certify the extent to which the lower-division General Education Breadth Requirements (GE)  have been met for students meeting the following A-F pattern. 

Students seeking GE transfer certification are eligible for a Certificate of Achievement award. 

Any one course may be used to satisfy only one required sub-area (i.e. if Communication Studies A110 is used to satisfy sub-area A1, it may not be used to satisfy sub-area C2), with the exception of Area B where lab courses taken to meet the B3 requirement will also count in B1 or B2. A cross-listed course (the same course listed under more than one department such as History A150 and Ethnic Studies A150) may be used to meet only one requirement.

Important Note: Courses on this list are approved for a specific academic term. Students wishing to use a course to meet a CSU General Education Breadth requirement must be sure that the course is approved for the academic term in which it is taken.

This list is valid only for courses taken Fall 2022 through Summer 2023.

For courses taken prior to Fall 2022, students should check the master list which shows the dates that courses were added or deleted since the original list was published in 1991. This list is available in the Counseling Center or Transfer Center in Watson Hall.

Course Title Units
Area A: Communication in the English Language and Critical Thinking
Nine semester units (or 12-15 quarter units) including one course from each sub-area with a grade of “C” or better.
A1 Oral Communication
CMST A100Interpersonal Communication3
CMST A110Public Speaking3
A2 Written Communication
ENGL A100Freshman Composition3
ESL A100ESL College Composition3
A3 Critical Thinking
CMST A220Essentials of Argumentation3
CMST A240Media Literacy3
ENGL A101Critical Reasoning: Fiction4
or ENGL A101H Critical Reasoning: Fiction Honors
ENGL A102Critical Reasoning: Nonfiction3
or ENGL A102H Critical Reasoning: Nonfiction Honors
ENGL A109Critical Reasoning and Writing for Science and Technology3
MATH A220Introduction to Symbolic Logic3
PHIL A150Critical Reasoning & Writing3
PHIL A155Introduction to Logic3
PHIL A220Introduction to Symbolic Logic3
Area B: Physical Universe and Its Life Forms
A minimum of nine semester units (or 12-15 quarter units) including at least one course from each subarea. Must include at least one laboratory course.
B1 Physical Science
ANTH A280Introduction to Archaeology3
ASTR A100Introduction to Astronomy3
or ASTR A100H Introduction to Astronomy Honors
Introduction to Astronomy
and Introduction to Astronomy Laboratory 1
or ASTR A100M Introduction to Astronomy Laboratory Honors
Introduction to Astronomy Honors
and Introduction to Astronomy Laboratory 1
or ASTR A100M Introduction to Astronomy Laboratory Honors
ASTR A101Planetary Astronomy3
ASTR A102Stellar Astronomy3
ASTR A103Cosmology3
ASTR A104Galactic Astronomy3
ASTR A200Introduction to Astrophysics4
or ASTR A200H Introduction to Astrophysics Honors
CHEM A100Principles of Chemistry3
CHEM A110Introduction to Chemistry 15
CHEM A130Preparation for General Chemistry 14
CHEM A180General Chemistry A 15
CHEM A185General Chemistry B 15
CHEM A220Organic Chemistry A3
CHEM A220LOrganic Chemistry A Lab 12
CHEM A225Organic Chemistry B3
CHEM A225LOrganic Chemistry B Laboratory 12
GEOG A130Introduction to Weather & Climate3
GEOG A180Physical Geography3
or GEOG A180H Physical Geography Honors
Physical Geography
and Physical Geography Lab 1
Physical Geography Honors
and Physical Geography Lab 1
GEOL A105General Geology3
or GEOL A105H General Geology Honors
General Geology
and General Geology Laboratory 1
General Geology Honors
and General Geology Laboratory Honors 1
General Geology Honors
and General Geology Laboratory 1
General Geology
and General Geology Laboratory Honors 1
GEOL A106Earth Science for Teachers 14
GEOL A110Physical Geology 14
GEOL A160Environmental Geology 14
GEOL A185Evolution of the Earth3
Evolution of the Earth
and Evolution of the Earth Lab 1
MRSC A185Coastal Oceanography3
Coastal Oceanography
and Coastal Oceanography Lab 1
PHYS A110Conceptual Physics3
Conceptual Physics
and Introductory Physics Laboratory 1
PHYS A120Algebra Based Physics: Mechanics 14
PHYS A130University Physics 1 (non-majors) 14
PHYS A185Calculus Based Physics: Mechanics 14
PHYS A185HCalculus-Based Physics: Mechanics Honors 14
PHYS A280Calculus Based Physics: Electricty/Magnetism 14
PHYS A285Calculus Based Physics: Modern 14
B2 Life Science
ANTH A185Physical Anthropology3
or ANTH A185H Physical Anthropology Honors
Physical Anthropology
and Phys Anthropology Lab 1
Physical Anthropology Honors
and Phys Anthropology Lab 1
BIOL A100Principles of Biology 14
BIOL A100HPrinciples of Biology Honors 14
BIOL A101The Biology of Cooking4
BIOL A125Human Biology3
BIOL A180Introduction to Biology for Majors 1: Cell and Molecular Biology 14
BIOL A182Zoology3
or BIOL A182H Zoology Honors
and Zoology Lab 1
Zoology Honors
and Zoology Lab 1
BIOL A183Botany3
and Botany Lab 1
BIOL A185Introduction to Biology for Majors 2: Ecology, Evolution, Diversity, and Physiology 15
BIOL A210General Microbiology 15
BIOL A220Human Anatomy 15
BIOL A221Anatomy-Physiology 14
BIOL A225Human Physiology5
BIOL A283Genetics4
ESEC A100Introduction to Environmental Science3
or ESEC A100H Introduction to Environmental Science Honors
HORT A100Horticulture Science3
MRSC A100Oceanography3
or MRSC A100H Oceanography Honors
and Oceanography Laboratory 1
Oceanography Honors
and Oceanography Laboratory Honors 1
and Oceanography Laboratory Honors 1
Oceanography Honors
and Oceanography Laboratory 1
MRSC A180Marine Biology3
Marine Biology
and Marine Biology Lab 1
MRSC A187Marine Mammals3
PSYC A250Psychobiology3
B3 Laboratory Activity
One of the courses taken in Area B1 or B2 must include a lab.
B4 Mathematical Concepts
One course from the following with a grade of “C” or better:
CS A262Discrete Structures3
MATH A100Liberal Arts Mathematics3
MATH A104Mathematics for Elementary Teachers3
MATH A115College Algebra4
MATH A120Trigonometry3
MATH A140Business Calculus4
MATH A155Finite Mathematics with Applications4
MATH A160Introduction to Statistics4
MATH A170Precalculus4
MATH A180Calculus 14
or MATH A180H Calculus 1 Honors
MATH A182HCalculus 1 and 2 Honors5
MATH A185Calculus 24
or MATH A185H Calculus 2 Honors
MATH A230Introduction to Discrete Mathematics5
MATH A235Applied Linear Algebra3
MATH A280Calculus 34
or MATH A280H Calculus 3 Honors
MATH A285Introduction to Linear Algebra and Differential Equations4
or MATH A285H Introduction to Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Honors
MATH A290HIntroduction to Tensors and Calculus on Manifolds Honors5
PSYC A160Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences4
Area C: Literature, Philosophy, & Foreign Language
A minimum of nine semester units (or 12-15 quarter units) with at least one course in C1 and one course in C2.
C1 Arts
ARCH A290History of Architecture 13
or ARCH A290H History of Architecture 1 Honors
ARCH A296History of Architecture 23
or ARCH A296H History of Architecture 2 Honors
ART A100Survey of Western Art from Prehistory Through Gothic3
or ART A100H Honors Survey of Western Art from Prehistory Through Gothic
ART A101Survey of Western Art from Renaissance to Modern3
or ART A101H Honors Survey of Western Art from Renaissance to Modern
ART A102Survey of Modern and Contemporary Art History3
ART A103Survey of Asian Art3
ART A107Introduction To Art3
ART A108Women in Art3
ART A109Ancient Greek Art and Architecture3
or ART A109H Ancient Greek Art and Architecture Honors
ART A114Art of the Ancient Americas3
ART A115Art of Africa, Oceania, and Indigenous North America3
ART A120Beginning Drawing3
ART A125Perspective Drawing3
ART A141Sculpture 13
ART A142Life Sculpture 13
ART A145Exhibition Design 13
ART A147Jewelry 13
ART A150Ceramics 13
ART A263Watercolor 13
ART A269Cartooning 13
DANC A200Appreciation Of Dance3
DANC A230World Dance and Culture3
DMAD A151History of Graphic Design3
DMAD A181Introduction to Computer Graphics3
FILM A100History and Appreciation of the Cinema3
FILM A100HHistory and Appreciation of the Cinema Honors3
FILM A109Science Fiction Film3
FILM A109HScience Fiction Film Honors3
FILM A150History of Radio & Television3
HUM A100Introduction to the Humanities 23
ID A180History of Interior Architecture and Furnishings 13
ID A190Hist Arch/Furnishings 23
MUS A100History and Appreciation of Western Classical Music3
MUS A105Music from Bach Up to Rock3
MUS A115Fundamentals of Music3
MUS A116Basic Guitar2
MUS A139History of Rock Music3
MUS A140Beginning Instruments2
MUS A143History of Jazz3
MUS A180Theory 13
PHOT A110Photography with a Smartphone: Theory and Practice3
PHOT A120Introduction to Photography3
PHOT A123Introduction to Digital Photography3
PHOT A130History and Aesthetics of Still Photography3
THEA A100Introduction to Theatre3
THEA A101Introduction to History and Literature of the Theatre3
THEA A105Drama and Acting3
THEA A106Acting Fundamentals3
THEA A110Theatre Laboratory Level 12
C2 Humanities
ANTH A190Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology3
CHIN A180Elementary Chinese 15
CHIN A185Elementary Chinese 25
CMST A110Public Speaking3
CMST A120Reader's Theater and Oral Interpretation3
CMST A150Forensics Workshop1-4
CMST A155Intercultural Communications3
CMST A180Introduction to Mass Communications3
ENGL A101Critical Reasoning: Fiction4
ENGL A102Critical Reasoning: Nonfiction3
ENGL A119Introduction to Creative Writing3
ENGL A141The Bible As Literature3
or ENGL A141H The Bible As Literature Honors
ENGL A143Children's Literature3
or ENGL A143H Children's Literature Honors
ENGL A147Introduction to Science Fiction3
or ENGL A147H Introduction to Science Fiction Honors
ENGL A148Film As Literature3
or ENGL A148H Film As Literature Honors
ENGL A150American Literature Before the 20th Century3
or ENGL A150H American Literature Before the 20th Century Honors
ENGL A151American Literature in the 20th Century3
or ENGL A151H American Literature in the 20th Century Honors
ENGL A152Race, Culture, and Identity in Literature3
or ENGL A152H Race, Culture, and Identify in Literature Honors
ENGL A156California Literature3
or ENGL A156H California Literature Honors
ENGL A160World Literature Through Renaissance3
or ENGL A160H World Literature Through Renaissance Honors
ENGL A161World Literature Since Renaissance3
or ENGL A161H World Literature Since Renaissance Honors
ENGL A168Popular Fiction3
ENGL A170Contemporary Literature3
or ENGL A170H Contemporary Literature Honors
ENGL A172Unique Topics in Literature3
ENGL A173Women Writers3
or ENGL A173H Women Writers Honors
ENGL A176World Mythology3
or ENGL A176H World Mythology Honors
ENGL A179Gender and Sexuality in Literature and Film3
ENGL A181Shakespeare3
or ENGL A181H Shakespeare Honors
ENGL A187Introduction to Literary Theory3
or ENGL A187H Introduction to Literary Theory Honors
ENGL A270Survey of British Literature Before 18003
or ENGL A270H Survey of British Literature Before 1800 Honors
ENGL A275Survey of British Literature After 18003
or ENGL A275H Survey of British Literature After 1800 Honors
ETHS A100Contemporary Ethnic America3
FREN A180Elementary French 15
or FREN A180H Elementary French 1 Honors
FREN A185Elementary French 25
or FREN A185H Elementary French 2 Honors
FREN A280Intermediate French 14
FREN A285Intermediate French 24
GRMN A180Elementary German 15
GRMN A185Elementary German 25
GRMN A280Intermediate German 14
GRMN A285Intermediate German 24
HIST A101Afro-American History3
HIST A151History of the Middle East to 15003
HIST A152History of the Middle East Since 15003
HIST A161World History 13
or HIST A161H World History 1 Honors
HIST A162World History 23
or HIST A162H World History 2 Honors
HIST A170History of the United States to 18763
or HIST A170H History of the United States to 1876 Honors
HIST A175History of the United States Since 18763
or HIST A175H History of the United States Since 1876 Honors
HIST A176Women In U.S. History3
HIST A180Western Civilization 13
or HIST A180H Western Civilization 1 Honors
HIST A185Western Civilization 23
or HIST A185H Western Civilization 2 Honors
HUM A100Introduction to the Humanities 23
HUM A101HThemes in Humanities Honors3
ITAL A180Elementary Italian 15
ITAL A185Elementary Italian 25
ITAL A280Intermediate Italian 15
ITAL A285Intermediate Italian 25
JAPN A180Elementary Japanese 15
JAPN A180HElementary Japanese 1 Honors5
JAPN A185Elementary Japanese 25
JAPN A185HElementary Japanese 2 Honors5
JAPN A280Intermediate Japanese 15
JAPN A285Intermediate Japanese 25
MATH A220Introduction to Symbolic Logic3
PHIL A100Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL A115Philosophy of Religion3
PHIL A118Aesthetics/Philosophy of Art3
PHIL A120Ethics3
PHIL A125History of Ancient Philosophy3
PHIL A140History of Modern Philosophy3
PHIL A165The Theory of Knowledge3
PHIL A185Contemporary Philosophy3
PHIL A220Introduction to Symbolic Logic3
PHOT A101Photography and Society3
PORT A180Elementary Portuguese 15
PORT A185Elementary Portuguese 25
RLST A100Introduction to Religious Studies3
RLST A110World Religion3
RLST A115Philosophy of Religion3
RLST A135Religion, Spirituality and Society3
RLST A150Eastern Thought3
RLST A151Early and Western Religions3
SPAN A160Spanish for Spanish Speakers 15
SPAN A165Spanish for Spanish Speakers 25
SPAN A180Elementary Spanish 15
or SPAN A180H Elementary Spanish 1 Honors
SPAN A185Elementary Spanish 25
or SPAN A185H Elementary Spanish 2 Honors
SPAN A280Intermediate Spanish 15
or SPAN A280H Intermediate Spanish 1 Honors
SPAN A285Intermediate Spanish 25
VIET A180Elementary Vietnamese 15
VIET A185Elementary Vietnamese 25
Area D: Social, Political, Economic Institutions and Behavior; Historical Background
minimum of 6 semester units (or 9 - 12 quarter units) with courses from at least two sub areas.
ANTH A100Cultural Anthropology3
or ANTH A100H Cultural Anthropology Honors
ANTH A102Native American3
ANTH A187Introduction to Primate Studies3
ANTH A190Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology3
ANTH A220Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion3
ANTH A280Introduction to Archaeology3
CDE A180Child, Growth and Development3
CMST A155Intercultural Communications3
CMST A165Men, Women, and Communication3
COUN A107Chicana/o & Latina/o Experience and Success in Higher Education3
or COUN A107H Chicana/o & Latina/o Experience and Success in Higher Education Honors
ECON A100Economics: General Concepts3
ECON A110Consumer Economics3
ECON A170Microeconomics3
or ECON A170H Microeconomics Honors
ECON A175Macroeconomics3
or ECON A175H Macroeconomics Honors
ETHS A100Contemporary Ethnic America3
ETHS A110Introduction to LatinX Studies3
ETHS A115Introduction to Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies3
ETHS A150Ethnic Groups in the U.S.: Their Histories3
ETHS A190The Ethnic Family3
GNDR A100Introduction to Gender Studies3
GNDR A130Women, Politics, and Inequality3
GNDR A165Men, Women, and Communication3
GNDR A187Women in History3
GEOG A100World Regional Geography3
or GEOG A100H World Regional Geography Honors
GEOG A150California Geography3
GEOG A185Cultural Geography3
GLST A101Introduction to Global Studies3
GLST A102Global Issues3
HLED A122Drugs, Health and Society3
HIST A101Afro-American History3
HIST A150Ethnic Groups of the United States: Their Histories3
HIST A151History of the Middle East to 15003
HIST A152History of the Middle East Since 15003
HIST A161HWorld History 1 Honors3
or HIST A161H World History 1 Honors
HIST A162HWorld History 2 Honors3
or HIST A162H World History 2 Honors
HIST A170History of the United States to 18763
or HIST A170H History of the United States to 1876 Honors
HIST A175History of the United States Since 18763
or HIST A175H History of the United States Since 1876 Honors
HIST A176Women In U.S. History3
HIST A180Western Civilization 13
or HIST A180H Western Civilization 1 Honors
HIST A185Western Civilization 23
or HIST A185H Western Civilization 2 Honors
HIST A187Women in History3
HIST A195History of England and Greater Britain3
PSCI A101Survey of Current Issues3
PSCI A110International Relations3
PSCI A180American Government3
or PSCI A180H American Government Honors
PSCI A185Comparative Politics3
PSCI A188Introduction to Political Theory3
PSCI A190Introduction to American Legal System3
PSCI A200Introduction to Political Science3
PSYC A100Introduction to Psychology3
or PSYC A100H Introduction to Psychology Honors
PSYC A130Life Span Developmental Psychology3
PSYC A165Principles of Human Sexuality 13
PSYC A185Principles of Psychology3
PSYC A190Cross-Cultural Psychology3
or PSYC A190H Cross-Cultural Psychology Honors
PSYC A220Psychology of Personality3
PSYC A255Abnormal Psychology3
PSYC A260Social Psychology3
PSYC A270Psychology of Learning3
PSYC A280Introduction to Experimental Methods4
SJS A101Introduction to Race and Ethnicity3
SJS A102Social Justice and Activism3
SOC A100Introduction to Sociology3
or SOC A100H Introduction to Sociology Honors
SOC A110Introduction to Dating, Relationships, and Marriage3
SOC A150Introduction to Race and Ethnicity3
SOC A185Analysis of Social Problems3
or SOC A185H Analysis of Social Problems Honors
SOC A200Introduction to Research Methods3
Area E: Life Long Learning and Self-Development
Three semester units (or four-five quarter units); no more than one unit of activity courses.
CMST A100Interpersonal Communication3
CMST A170Nonverbal Communication3
COS A180Life Management3
COUN A104Career & Life Planning: A Holistic Approach3
COUN A105Strategies for College Success3
COUN A107Chicana/o & Latina/o Experience and Success in Higher Education3
or COUN A107H Chicana/o & Latina/o Experience and Success in Higher Education Honors
COUN A109Developing and Understanding Happiness3
COUN A110Applied Stress Management2
COUN A120Career Decision Making/Accelerated2
COUN A135Principles of Effective Parenting3
ECON A110Consumer Economics3
EMS A100Emergency Medical Responder4
FN A136Nutrition, Fitness and Performance3
FN A140Introduction to Nutrition Concepts2
FN A170Nutrition3
HLED A100Personal Health Education3
HLED A122Drugs, Health and Society3
HLED A270Fitness and Health3
KIN A202Introduction to Kinesiology3
KIN A270Fitness and Health3
KIN A271Drugs & Sports3
PSYC A130Life Span Developmental Psychology3
PSYC A165Principles of Human Sexuality 13
PSYC A200Positive Psychology3
PUBH A100Personal Health3
PUBH A202Drugs, Health, and Society3
ATHL A109Sports Conditioning0.5-2.5
ATHL A119Athletic Team Training0.5-5
ATHL A222Pep Squad3
ATHL A235Basketball Team - Women's3
ATHL A236Cross Country Team - Women's3
ATHL A238Crew Team - Women's3
ATHL A240Soccer Team - Women's3
ATHL A241Fastpitch Team3
ATHL A242Swimming Team - Women's3
ATHL A243Tennis Team - Women's3
ATHL A244Track and Field Team - Women's3
ATHL A245Volleyball Team - Women's3
ATHL A246Water Polo Team - Women's3
ATHL A250Baseball Team3
ATHL A251Basketball Team - Men's3
ATHL A252Crew Team - Men's3
ATHL A253Cross Country Team - Men's3
ATHL A254Football Team3
ATHL A255Golf Team - Men's3
ATHL A257Soccer Team - Men's3
ATHL A258Swimming Team - Men's3
ATHL A259Tennis Team - Men's3
ATHL A260Track and Field Team - Men's3
ATHL A261Volleyball Team - Men's3
ATHL A263Water Polo Team - Men's3
DANC A101Modern Dance 10.5-2
DANC A102Modern 20.5-2
DANC A106Strength and Stretch1-2
DANC A107Conditioning for Dance0.5-2
DANC A108Pilates Mat Work1-2
DANC A110Ballet 10.5-2
DANC A111Ballet 20.5-2
DANC A113Pointe Work1-2
DANC A115Yoga For Dancers0.5-2
DANC A116Latin Dance Styles I0.5-2
DANC A117American Social Dance Styles0.5-2
DANC A118Movement for Longevity1-2
DANC A120Jazz Dance 10.5-2
DANC A121Jazz Dance 20.5-2
DANC A125Tap 10.5-2
DANC A126Tap 20.5-2
DANC A129Pilates Methodology3
DANC A130Mid-Eastern Dance 10.5-2
DANC A133Intro To World Dance0.5-2
DANC A135Flamenco Dance 10.5-2
DANC A137Classical Danc of India0.5-2
DANC A138African Dance and Drumming I0.5-2
DANC A139Gyrokinesis0.5-2
DANC A142Folk Dance0.5-2
DANC A143Jazz Dance III2
DANC A144Ballet III2
DANC A145Modern Dance III2
DANC A147Flamenco Dance 20.5-2
DANC A148Mid-Eastern Dance 20.5-2
DANC A149Hip-Hop Dance I0.5-2
DANC A150Dance Improvisation I1
DANC A152Pilates Apparatus & Mat Work Level 11-2
DANC A153Pilates Apparatus & Mat Work Level 21-2
DANC A155Latin Dance Styles II1
DANC A156Polynesian Dance1
DANC A158African Dance and Drumming II1
DANC A159Hip-Hop Dance II1
DANC A171Modern Dance Basics2
DANC A172Ballet Dance Basics2
DANC A173Jazz Dance Basics2
DANC A174Tap Dance Basics1
DANC A201Rehearsal and Performance I1
DANC A202Rehearsal and Performance II1
DANC A203Performing Dance Ensemble I3
DANC A208Pilates 3-41.5-3
DANC A211Repertoire I1-4
DANC A212Repertoire II1-4
DANC A223Performing Dance Ensemble II3
DANC A243Jazz IV2
DANC A244Ballet IV2
DANC A245Modern IV2
DANC A246Tap IV1
DANC A248Mid-Eastern Dance 31
DANC A250Dance Improvisation II1
DANC A253Preparation for Audition - Jazz2
DANC A254Preparation for Audition - Ballet2
DANC A255Preparation for Audition - Modern2
DANC A256Preparation for Audition - Tap1
KIN A105Cardiovascular Fitness0.5-2.5
KIN A106Weight Training Level 11-2
KIN A107Fitness Programs I0.5-3
KIN A108Strength and Conditioning0.5-3
KIN A110Walking for Fitness Level 11-2
KIN A111Step Cardio & Core Level 11-2
KIN A112Body Sculpting Level 11-1.5
KIN A115Cross Training Level 11-2
KIN A116Triathlon Techniques2.5
KIN A118Strength and Conditioning Level 20.5-3
KIN A119Cardiovascular Training and Strength Development Level 20.5-3
KIN A126Aikido0.5-1.5
KIN A127Karate0.5-1.5
KIN A128Hatha Yoga - Level I0.5-1.5
KIN A129T'ai Chi Chih0.5-2
KIN A130Aqua Fitness0.5-1.5
KIN A131Swimming for Fitness Level 11-2
KIN A132Swimming Level 11-2
KIN A136Introduction to Sailing1
KIN A137Introduction to Keel Boats1
KIN A138Introduction to Ocean Sailing1
KIN A140Outrigger Canoeing0.5-1.5
KIN A141Surfing and Ocean Safety Level 12
KIN A145Badminton Level 10.5,1
KIN A146Tennis Level 11-1.5
KIN A147Table Tennis Level 11-2
KIN A150Basketball0.5-1.5
KIN A151Futsal/Indoor Soccer Level 11-2
KIN A152Soccer Level 11-2
KIN A153Golf Level 11-2
KIN A154Volleyball Level 11-1.5
KIN A155Bowling Level 11-2
KIN A156Rock Climbing Level 10.5-2
KIN A157Sand Volleyball1-2
KIN A170Adapted Strength Training0.5-1.5
KIN A171Adapted Individual Sports - Bowling0.5-1.5
KIN A172Adapted Aquatics0.5-1.5
KIN A173Adapted Strength and Balance0.5-1.5
KIN A174Adapted Cardiovascular Fitness0.5-1.5
KIN A175Adapted Aerobic Exercise0.5-1.5
KIN A176Adapted Stretching0.5-1.5
KIN A177Adapted Yoga0.5-1.5
KIN A207Fitness Programs II0.5-3
KIN A208Strength and Conditioning Level 30.5-3
KIN A211Step Cardio and Core Level 21-2
KIN A212Body Sculpting Level 21-1.5
KIN A215Cross Tranining Level 21-2
KIN A218Strength and Conditioning Level 40.5-3
KIN A225Self Defense for Women Level 21-2
KIN A228Hatha Yoga Level II0.5-1.5
KIN A232Swimming Level 21-2
KIN A241Surfing and Ocean Safety Level 22
KIN A246Tennis Level 21-1.5
KIN A247Table Tennis - Level 21-2
KIN A251Futsal/Indoor Soccer Level 21-2
KIN A252Soccer Level 21-2
KIN A253Golf Level 21-2
KIN A254Volleyball Level21-1.5
KIN A256Rock Climbing Level 21-2
KIN A271Drugs & Sports3
MARA A136Introduction to Sailing1
MARA A137Intermediate Sailing - Intro to Keel Boats1
MARA A138Introduction to Ocean Sailing1
Area F: Ethnic Studies
A minimum of 3 semester units (or four-five quarter units).
ETHS A100Contemporary Ethnic America3
ETHS A110Introduction to LatinX Studies3
ETHS A115Introduction to Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies3
ETHS A150Ethnic Groups in the U.S.: Their Histories3
ETHS A190The Ethnic Family3
HIST A150Ethnic Groups of the United States: Their Histories3

American Institutions Requirement (Not part of CSU General Education Breadth. May be completed prior to transfer.) In addition to the General Education Requirements listed above, all students must complete coursework in American History and Constitution for graduation from CSU. Completion of HIST A170 History of the United States to 1876 or HIST A170H History of the United States to 1876 Honors, HIST A175 History of the United States Since 1876 or HIST A175H History of the United States Since 1876 Honors, in Area D and PSCI A180 American Government or PSCI A180H American Government Honors in Area D will fulfill this requirement.