ACT General Studies Transfer Option 

 

This option is designed for students to complete the general education requirements of the California State University Certified General Education Plan and the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC).  This option allows you the most choices for transfer.  When you complete this option you will have met the lower division general education requirements for most CSU, UC, and some private colleges and universities.  However, completing this program does not necessarily meet the preparation for certain majors.  Some majors may require additional courses not offered in ACT.  Consult with an advisor for details.  The ACT General Transfer Option also meets the requirements for an Associate in Arts Degree (Liberal Arts).

 

 

General Education Transfer Requirements

 

Anthropology 101............. Human Biological Evolution

Anthropology 102............. Human Ways of Life: Cultural Anthropology

Art 103............................. Art Appreciation

Cinema 3........................... History of Motion Pictures

English 101........................ College Reading and Composition

English 103........................ Critical Thinking

Geography 1..................... Physical Geography (Must be taken with Geography 15)

Geography 15................... Physical Geography Laboratory

Health 11.......................... Principles of Healthy Living

History 1........................... Introduction to Western Civilization I

History 2........................... Introduction to Western Civilization II

History 13......................... The United States in the 20th Century

Humanities 31.................... People of Contemporary Society

Journalism 105.................. Mass Communications

Mathematics 227............... Statistics

Music 111......................... Music Appreciation

Philosophy 20.................... Ethics

Political Science 1.............. The Government of the United States

Psychology 1..................... General Psychology

Sociology 1....................... Introduction to Sociology

Speech 101....................... Oral Communication I

 

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