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California State University General Education Pattern



Each candidate for the bachelor's degree from a California State University (CSU) institution shall complete a pattern of general education courses which total a minimum of forty-eight (48) semester units. A student may take a maximum of thirty-nine (39) of the forty-eight (48) units at San Joaquin Delta College toward meeting the CSU general education requirement. The San Joaquin Delta College forty-two (42) unit requirement allows students to meet both the CSU General Education pattern and the CSU's 40404 requirement for American History and Institutions.
Students completing the CSU general education pattern will meet the general education requirements of San Joaquin Delta College's Associate degrees.

A. COMMUNICATION IN THE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND

CRITICAL THINKING:

A minimum of nine units is

required to include one course

from each group.

1. Oral Communication #
Communication Studies 1A

2. Written Communication #
English 1A

3. Critical Thinking #
Communication Studies 5
English 1B, 1D
Philosophy 30

B. PHYSICAL UNIVERSE AND ITS LIFE FORMS: A minimum of nine units is required, to include at least one course from each of the first three groups listed below. A laboratory course from either Group 1 or 2 must be included.

1. Physical Science
Astronomy 1, 1L*
Chemistry 1A*, 3A*
Geography 1, 1L*
Geology 1A*, 10
Physical Science 1
Physics 2A*, 4A*, 10*
Plant Science 14*
2. Life Science
Animal Husbandry
Sciences 10, 10L*
Anthropology 2, 2L*
Biology 1*, 10*, 11*
Natural Resources 2
Plant Science 10, 10L*
3. Mathematics Quantitative
Reasoning
Mathematics 1, 2, 10, 12, 13, 17A,
20,30, 31, 36
Psychology 12

C. ARTS, LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES:
A minimum of nine units is required, to include at least three units from Group 1 and 2.

1. Arts
Art 1A, 1B, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7A, 20A, 33A,
40A, 64A
Drama 10, 16A, 16B
English 30
Family and Consumer Sciences 43
Music 1, 2A, 2B, 4, 7, 8
Photography 1A
2. Humanities
Civilization 3
English 34, 35A, 37, 38, 39, 40A,
40B, 42A, 42B, 45, 46A, 46B
Humanities 3, 14A, 14B
Philosophy 6, 40, 45, 50
Religion 14A, 14B
3. Foreign Language
Any one course in the sequence 1-4
or any two courses in the sequence
51-54
Sign Language 22, 23, 24

D. SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND
ECO NOMIC INSTITUTIONS AND BEHAVIORS; HISTORICAL
BACKGROUND:
A minimum of twelve units is required, to include at least six units from each group.

1. U.S. History/U.S. Constitution/
California State and Local
Government**

Option 1**

For U.S. History/U.S Constitution, one of the following: History 17A, 27, or 30A; and For California State and Local Government, one of the following:

History 17B, 30B, 31, 34 or

Political Science 1.

OR

Option 2**

For U.S. History, one of the

following: History 17A, 17B, 27, 30A,

30B, and For U.S. Constitution and
California State and Local Government Political Science 1.



D. (Conitnued)

2. Human Social, Political, and
Economic Institutions
A minimum of six units from at least
two separate disciplines.
Administration of Justice 21
Agriculture Business 12
Anthropology 1, 6, 10
Business 8, 26
Communication Studies 7, 11
Economics 1A
Family and Consumer Sciences 21
Geography 2, 10
History 2A, 2B, 4A, 4B, 6A, 6B, 37
Political Science 5, 10
Psychology 1
Social Science 30****
Sociology 1A, 1B, 27, 33****

E. LIFE-LONG UNDERSTANDING AND SELF-DEVELOPMENT:

A minimum of three units is

required.***


Anthropology 4

Biology 30

Computer Science 11

English 33G

Family and Consumer Sciences 2, 3, 5,

6, 23, 26

Health Education 1, 30

Humanities 4

Physical Education 1D, 9A

Psychology 3, 24, 30

Communication Studies 3


Effective - Fall 2002

NOTES:

* - indicates laboratory course
** - indicates "Meets Title 40404 requirement."
*** - indicates "Entire three units may not be selected from Physical Education."
**** - meets CSU Sacramento "race and ethnicity in American society" general education reguirement.
# - indicates with a "C" or better.

NOTICE TO STUDENTS

Selection of courses from this list may be affected by one or more factors, including choice of major, university transfer requirements, or prerequisite or sequencing requirements. Failure to plan appropriately WILL adversely affect timely graduation and/or transfer. Students are encouraged to consult with a counselor or an academic advisor in developing an individual education plan. (Counseling Office, Danner Hall, room 205, (209) 954-5650).


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