Ventura College General Education Requirements

Ventura College General Education Requirements

Applies to Associate Degrees in General Studies Pattern I and all Associate Degrees in Specific Majors

All Students pursuing the Associate Degree (AA) in General Studies Pattern I must complete this General Education plan in its entirety (areas A–F) as part of their degree requirements. Students completing an Associate Degree (AA/AS) in a specific major (for example, Automotive Technology or Child Development) must complete areas A–E below (but not F) of this General Education plan. Area F is only required for General Studies majors. A minimum of 60 degree-applicable units is required for the Associate Degree. This pattern does not apply for Associate Degrees for Transfer, UC Transfer Pathways Degrees, or Associate Degrees in General Studies Patterns II and III. 

Area A: Natural Sciences

Complete at least two courses, with at least one course from Group A1 and at least one course from Group A2 for a minimum of 6 semester units.

A1: Biological Science

Course ID Title Units/Hours
AG V04Introduction to Soil Science3
AG V06Introduction to Plant Science (with Laboratory)3
AG V22Introduction to Plant Pathology: Insects and Diseases of Plants3
AG V30Plant Propagation and Production3
AG V42Plant Identification and Culture: Spring Specimens3
AG V43Plant Identification and Culture: Fall Specimens3
AG V61Introduction to Animal Science3
AG V66Anatomy and Physiology of Animals4
ANPH V01Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology5
ANTH V01Biological Anthropology3
ANTH V01LBiological Anthropology Laboratory1
ANTH V35Introduction to Forensic Science3
ANTH V35LIntroduction to Forensic Science Laboratory 1
BIOL V01Principles of Biology3
BIOL V01LPrinciples of Biology Laboratory1
BIOL V03Introduction to Organismal Biology and Ecology5
BIOL V04Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology5
BIOL V10Introduction to Environmental Issues3
BIOL V12Human Biology3
BIOL V14Field Biology4
BIOL V18Human Heredity3
BIOL V23Introduction to Plant Biology4
BIOL V29Marine Biology3
BIOL V29LMarine Biology Laboratory1
CJ V35Introduction to Forensic Science3
CJ V35LIntroduction to Forensic Science Laboratory 1
ESRM V01Introduction to Environmental Issues3
ESRM V10Environmental Ecology3
ESRM V14Conservation of Natural Resources3
MICR V01General Microbiology4
PHSO V01Human Physiology4
PSY V03Introduction to Biological Psychology3

A2: Physical Science

Course ID Title Units/Hours
AG V04Introduction to Soil Science3
AST V01Elementary Astronomy3
AST V01LElementary Astronomy Laboratory 1
CHEM V01AGeneral Chemistry I3
CHEM V01ALGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory2
CHEM V01BGeneral Chemistry II3
CHEM V01BLGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory2
CHEM V12AGeneral Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM V12ALGeneral Organic Chemistry I Laboratory2
CHEM V12BGeneral Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM V12BLGeneral Organic Chemistry II Laboratory2
CHEM V20Elementary Chemistry4
CHEM V20LElementary Chemistry Laboratory1
CHEM V21Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry3
CHEM V21LIntroduction to Organic and Biochemistry Laboratory2
CHEM V30Chemistry for Health Sciences4
CHEM V30LChemistry for Health Sciences Laboratory1
ESRM V02Introduction to Environmental Science3
GEOG V01Elements of Physical Geography3
GEOG V01LElements of Physical Geography Laboratory1
GEOG V05Introduction to Weather and Climate3
GEOL V02Physical Geology3
GEOL V02LPhysical Geology Laboratory1
GEOL V03Historical Geology3
GEOL V03LHistorical Geology Laboratory1
GEOL V07Geology of National Parks3
GEOL V09Earth Science with Laboratory4
GEOL V11Introduction to Oceanography3
GEOL V21Natural Disasters3
PHSC V01Concepts in Physical Science4
PHYS V01Elementary Physics5
PHYS V02AGeneral Physics I: Algebra/Trigonometry-Based4
PHYS V02ALGeneral Physics I Laboratory: Algebra/Trigonometry-Based1
PHYS V02BGeneral Physics II: Algebra/Trigonometry-Based4
PHYS V02BLGeneral Physics II Laboratory: Algebra/Trigonometry-Based1
PHYS V03AGeneral Physics I: Calculus-Based4
PHYS V03ALGeneral Physics I Laboratory: Calculus-Based1
PHYS V03BGeneral Physics II: Calculus-Based4
PHYS V03BLGeneral Physics II Laboratory: Calculus-Based1
PHYS V04Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers4
PHYS V04LMechanics Laboratory for Scientists and Engineers1
PHYS V05Electricity and Magnetism for Scientists and Engineers4
PHYS V05LElectricity and Magnetism Laboratory for Scientists and Engineers1
PHYS V06Optics, Heat, and Modern Physics: For Scientists and Engineers4
PHYS V06LOptics, Heat, and Modern Physics Laboratory for Scientists and Engineers1

Area B: Social and Behavioral Sciences

Complete at least two courses, with at least one course from Group B1 and at least one course from Group B2 for a total of 6 semester units.

B1: American History/Institutions

Course ID Title Units/Hours
AES V02AUnited States History: Focus on Native Americans to Reconstruction3
AES V02BUnited States History: Focus on Native Americans Since the Civil War3
AES V22United States History: Focus on Chicanos since 18503
AES V40AUnited States History: Focus on African Americans to Reconstruction3
AES V40BUnited States History: Focus on African Americans Since Reconstruction3
AES V47United States History: Focus on Chicanos to 18503
AES V63United States History: Focus on Asian Americans3
HIST V16United States History: Focus on Foreign Relations3
HIST V32United States History: Focus on Women to 18603
HIST V43United States History: Focus on African Americans to Reconstruction3
HIST V45United States History: Focus on Native Americans to Reconstruction3
HIST V46United States History to 18773
HIST V47United States History: Focus on Chicanos to 18503
HIST V50United States History: Focus on Asian Americans3
HIST V51United States History: Focus on African Americans Since Reconstruction3
HIST V53United States History: Focus on Women since 18603
HIST V54History of the Americas since 17633
HIST V55United States History: Focus on Native Americans Since the Civil War3
HIST V56United States History since 18773
HIST V58United States History: Focus on Chicanos since 18503
POLS V01American Government3
POLS V03Introduction to Political Science3

B2: Social/Behavioral Sciences

Course ID Title Units/Hours
AES V01Native Peoples of North America3
AES V02AUnited States History: Focus on Native Americans to Reconstruction3
AES V02BUnited States History: Focus on Native Americans Since the Civil War3
AES V03Chicana Contemporary Issues3
AES V11Racial and Ethnic Group Relations3
AES V20Introduction to Chicano Studies3
AES V21AThe Heritage of Mexico to the First Republic3
AES V21BThe Heritage of Mexico Since Liberation3
AES V22United States History: Focus on Chicanos since 18503
AES V23Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x Studies Issues3
AES V24Sociology of the Chicano Community3
AES V40AUnited States History: Focus on African Americans to Reconstruction3
AES V40BUnited States History: Focus on African Americans Since Reconstruction3
AES V41African American Experience3
AES V42AAfrican History to 18003
AES V42BAfrican History since 18003
AES V47United States History: Focus on Chicanos to 18503
AES V63United States History: Focus on Asian Americans3
AG V01Agriculture and Society: Agriculture as the Foundation for Modern Civilization3
AG V12Agriculture Economics3
ANTH V02Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH V03Introduction to Archaeology3
ANTH V04Native Peoples of North America3
ANTH V05Linguistic Anthropology: Culture and Communication3
ANTH V06Sex, Gender, and Culture3
ANTH V07The Anthropology of Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion3
ANTH V35Introduction to Forensic Science3
ANTH V35LIntroduction to Forensic Science Laboratory 1
ANTH V36Forensic Anthropology3
BUS V30Introduction to Business3
BUS V43International Business3
CD V02Child Growth and Development3
CD V03Human Development3
CD V05Teaching in a Diverse Society3
CD V27Infant and Toddler Development3
CD V61Child, Family, and Community3
CD V62Principles and Practices in Early Childhood Education 3
CHST V01Introduction to Chicano Studies3
CHST V02Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x Studies Issues3
CHST V03Chicana Contemporary Issues3
CHST V24Sociology of the Chicano Community3
CJ V01Introduction to Criminal Justice 3
CJ V02Concepts of Criminal Law3
CJ V03Community Relations and Diversity3
CJ V19Anatomy of Murder3
CJ V28Fundamentals of Criminology3
CJ V30Victimology3
CJ V35Introduction to Forensic Science3
CJ V35LIntroduction to Forensic Science Laboratory 1
CJ V36Forensic Anthropology3
CJ V49Ethics for the Criminal Justice System Professional3
COMM V02Introduction to Communication3
COMM V12Intercultural Communication3
COMM V15Interpersonal Communication3
COMM V16Introduction to Mass Communications3
COUN V02Career Exploration and Life Planning3
ECON V01APrinciples of Macroeconomics3
ECON V01BPrinciples of Microeconomics3
ESRM V03Introduction to Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Management3
GEOG V02Introduction to Human Geography3
GEOG V06Geography of California3
GEOG V08World Regional Geography3
HED V20Introduction to Public Health3
HED V22Health and Social Justice3
HIST V13African American Experience3
HIST V16United States History: Focus on Foreign Relations3
HIST V30History of the American West3
HIST V32United States History: Focus on Women to 18603
HIST V43United States History: Focus on African Americans to Reconstruction3
HIST V44History of the Americas to 18213
HIST V45United States History: Focus on Native Americans to Reconstruction3
HIST V46United States History to 18773
HIST V47United States History: Focus on Chicanos to 18503
HIST V48The Heritage of Mexico to the First Republic3
HIST V50United States History: Focus on Asian Americans3
HIST V51United States History: Focus on African Americans Since Reconstruction3
HIST V53United States History: Focus on Women since 18603
HIST V54History of the Americas since 17633
HIST V55United States History: Focus on Native Americans Since the Civil War3
HIST V56United States History since 18773
HIST V57The Heritage of Mexico Since Liberation3
HIST V58United States History: Focus on Chicanos since 18503
HIST V59History of California3
HIST V70Introduction to Western Civilization to the Scientific Revolution3
HIST V73African History to 18003
HIST V76World History to 15503
HIST V78History of Modern Middle East3
HIST V79Introduction to the History of East Asia3
HIST V82Introduction to Western Civilization since the Scientific Revolution3
HIST V83African History since 18003
HIST V86World History Since 15503
HIST V87Introduction to the History of Science and Technology3
PHIL V10World Mythology3
POLS V01American Government3
POLS V02Comparative Government3
POLS V03Introduction to Political Science3
POLS V04Introduction to Political Theory3
POLS V05Introduction to International Relations3
POLS V09United States-Mexico Relations3
POLS V10The United Nations and World Affairs4
POLS V11Government & Politics of Mexico3
POLS V12Introduction to Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Management3
POLS V14Global Studies3
POLS V17Introduction to American Law3
POLS V18Introduction to Global Issues3
PSY V01Introduction to Psychology3
PSY V02Personal Growth and Social Awareness3
PSY V05Introduction to Developmental Psychology3
PSY V07Introduction to Research Methods in Social and Behavioral Sciences3
PSY V15Introduction to Abnormal Psychology3
PSY V25Psychology of Human Sexuality3
PSY V29Introduction to Personality Psychology3
PSY V30Multicultural Psychology3
PSY V31Introduction to Social Psychology3
PSY V32Psychology of Women3
SOC V01Introduction to Sociology3
SOC V02Social Problems3
SOC V03Racial and Ethnic Group Relations3
SOC V04Sociology of Gender Roles3
SOC V05Sociology of Relationships: Intimacy, Commitment, and Family Patterns3
SOC V07Sociological Analysis3
SOC V13Sociology of Deviance, Crime, and Society3
SOC V24Sociology of the Chicano Community3
SOC V31Introduction to Social Psychology3
SWHS V01Introduction to Social Work and Human Services3

Area C: Humanities

Complete at least two courses, with at least one course from Group C1 and at least one course from Group C2 for a total of 6 semester units.

C1: Fine/Performing Arts

Course ID Title Units/Hours
AES V10Introduction to African and Pre-Columbian Art3
AES V65Introduction to Asian Art3
AES V66Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art3
ART V01Art Appreciation3
ART V02AIntroduction to the History of Western Art I3
ART V02BIntroduction to the History of Western Art II3
ART V02DArt of the Ancient Mediterranean3
ART V03Introduction to African and Pre-Columbian Art3
ART V04Introduction to Renaissance and Baroque Art3
ART V05Introduction to American Art3
ART V06Introduction to Modern Art3
ART V07Introduction to Women in the Arts3
ART V08Introduction to Asian Art3
ART V09AArt of the Ancient Americas3
ART V09BIntroduction to Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art3
ART V11AColor and Design: Two-Dimensional Design3
ART V12ADrawing and Composition I3
ART V13ALife Drawing I3
ART V19Three-Dimensional Design3
ART V50AHandbuilding Ceramics I3
ART V51ABeginning Ceramics I3
ART V58AFigure Sculpture I3
DANC V01Dance Appreciation3
DANC V02Dance History3
ENGL V29AAesthetics of Film I3
ENGL V29BAesthetics of Film II3
FILM V01Introduction to Media Aesthetics and Cinematic Arts3
FILM V11History of International Cinema: World War II to the Present3
MUS V01Fundamentals of Music3
MUS V03Introduction to World Music3
MUS V06History of Rock and Roll3
MUS V07History of Jazz3
MUS V08Music Appreciation3
MUS V09AWestern Music History and Literature I: Antiquity to 17503
MUS V09BWestern Music History and Literature II: 1750–Present3
PHOT V01Beginning Photography3
PHOT V02Digital Studio3
PHOT V07History of Photography3
THA V01Introduction to Theatre3
THA V02AActing I3
THA V05AStagecraft I3
THA V05BStagecraft II3
THA V06AMake-Up I3
THA V06BMakeup II3
THA V17AMusical Theatre History: Ancient Greece to the Golden Age of Musicals3
THA V17BMusical Theatre History: 1960s to Present Day3
THA V20Costume Design and History3
THA V22AIntroduction to Costume Technology I3
THA V22BIntroduction to Costume Technology II3
THA V28Introduction to Cinema3
THA V29AHistory of Motion Pictures I3
THA V29BHistory of Motion Pictures II3
THA V30AFundamentals of Screenwriting3
THA V31AActing for Film and Television I3
THA V31BActing for Film and Television II3

C2: Humanities

Course ID Title Units/Hours
AES V01Native Peoples of North America3
AES V02AUnited States History: Focus on Native Americans to Reconstruction3
AES V02BUnited States History: Focus on Native Americans Since the Civil War3
AES V03Chicana Contemporary Issues3
AES V20Introduction to Chicano Studies3
AES V22United States History: Focus on Chicanos since 18503
AES V23Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x Studies Issues3
AES V40AUnited States History: Focus on African Americans to Reconstruction3
AES V40BUnited States History: Focus on African Americans Since Reconstruction3
AES V41African American Experience3
AES V42AAfrican History to 18003
AES V42BAfrican History since 18003
AES V47United States History: Focus on Chicanos to 18503
AES V63United States History: Focus on Asian Americans3
AG V01Agriculture and Society: Agriculture as the Foundation for Modern Civilization3
ANTH V04Native Peoples of North America3
CHST V01Introduction to Chicano Studies3
CHST V02Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x Studies Issues3
CHST V03Chicana Contemporary Issues3
COMM V05Oral Interpretation and Communication of Literature3
ENGL V01BCritical Thinking and Composition Through Literature4
ENGL V10Creative Writing3
ENGL V11AIntermediate Creative Writing I3
ENGL V14Introduction to Creative Nonfiction3
ENGL V15Introduction to Poetry3
ENGL V16Introduction to Fiction3
ENGL V18Children's Literature and Film3
ENGL V21ABritish Literature before 18003
ENGL V21BBritish Literature since 18003
ENGL V22AAmerican Literature: Colonial Period to 18653
ENGL V22BAmerican Literature: 1865 to Present3
ENGL V23Introduction to Dramatic Literature3
ENGL V26Introduction to Shakespeare and Film3
ENGL V30World Literature: Antiquity to 16503
ENGL V31World Literature: 1650 to Present3
ENGL V33Introduction to African American Literature3
ENGL V34Introduction to Chicana/o Literature3
ENGL V35Introduction to Multicultural American Literature3
ENGL V36Women in Literature3
FILM V10Contemporary American Cinema3
FREN V01Elementary French I5
FREN V02Elementary French II5
GERM V01Elementary German I5
GERM V02Elementary German II5
HIST V13African American Experience3
HIST V30History of the American West3
HIST V43United States History: Focus on African Americans to Reconstruction3
HIST V45United States History: Focus on Native Americans to Reconstruction3
HIST V47United States History: Focus on Chicanos to 18503
HIST V50United States History: Focus on Asian Americans3
HIST V51United States History: Focus on African Americans Since Reconstruction3
HIST V55United States History: Focus on Native Americans Since the Civil War3
HIST V58United States History: Focus on Chicanos since 18503
HIST V70Introduction to Western Civilization to the Scientific Revolution3
HIST V73African History to 18003
HIST V76World History to 15503
HIST V79Introduction to the History of East Asia3
HIST V82Introduction to Western Civilization since the Scientific Revolution3
HIST V83African History since 18003
HIST V86World History Since 15503
HIST V87Introduction to the History of Science and Technology3
ITAL V01Elementary Italian I5
ITAL V02Elementary Italian II5
JAPN V01Elementary Japanese I5
JAPN V02Elementary Japanese II5
MUS V03Introduction to World Music3
MUS V06History of Rock and Roll3
MUS V07History of Jazz3
MUS V08Music Appreciation3
MUS V09AWestern Music History and Literature I: Antiquity to 17503
MUS V09BWestern Music History and Literature II: 1750–Present3
PHIL V01Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL V02Introduction to Ethics3
PHIL V03ASurvey of World Religions: East3
PHIL V03BSurvey of World Religions: West3
PHIL V04Introduction to Logic3
PHIL V06AHistory of Western Philosophy I: Ancient through Medieval3
PHIL V06BHistory of Western Philosophy II: Modern through Contemporary3
PHIL V09Zen Buddhism3
PHIL V10World Mythology3
PHIL V12Introduction to Religion3
PHIL V14Confucianism and Taoism3
PHIL V15Teachings of Jesus in Comparative Perspective3
SL V10AAmerican Sign Language: Beginning3
SL V10BAmerican Sign Language: Intermediate3
SPAN V01Elementary Spanish I5
SPAN V02Elementary Spanish II5
SPAN V03Intermediate Spanish I5
SPAN V03SSpanish Heritage Language I5
SPAN V04Intermediate Spanish II5
SPAN V04SSpanish Heritage Language II5
THA V17AMusical Theatre History: Ancient Greece to the Golden Age of Musicals3
THA V17BMusical Theatre History: 1960s to Present Day3
THA V30AFundamentals of Screenwriting3
THA V31AActing for Film and Television I3

Area D: Language and Rationality

Complete at least two courses, with one course from Group D1 and at least one course from Group D2 for a total of 7 semester units.

D1: English Composition

Course ID Title Units/Hours
ENGL V01AEnglish Composition (also meets the competency requirement in Written Expression)4

D2: Communication/Analytical Thinking

Course ID Title Units/Hours
AG V11Agricultural Sales and Communication3
BUS V17Computer Applications3
COMM V01Introduction to Speech Communication3
COMM V03Group Communication3
COMM V10Critical Thinking in Oral Communication: Argumentation and Debate3
COMM V15Interpersonal Communication3
CS V11Programming Fundamentals3
CS V13Object-Oriented Programming3
CS V15Data Structures and Algorithms3
CS V17Discrete Structures3
CS V30Beginning C++3
CS V40Beginning Java3
CS V42Intermediate Java3
DRFT V03Drafting Fundamentals3
ENGL V01BCritical Thinking and Composition Through Literature4
ENGL V01CCritical Thinking and Writing3
ENGL V05Reading for Critical Analysis3.5
MATH V03Intermediate Algebra5
MATH V04College Algebra4
MATH V05Plane Trigonometry3
MATH V20Precalculus Mathematics5
MATH V21ACalculus with Analytic Geometry I5
MATH V21BCalculus with Analytic Geometry II5
MATH V21CMultivariable Calculus5
MATH V22Introduction to Linear Algebra3
MATH V23Introduction to Differential Equations3
MATH V35Intermediate Algebra and Applications for Health Care Personnel5
MATH V38Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers3
MATH V40Exploration of Mathematical Ideas3
MATH V44Elementary Statistics4
MATH V46Applied Calculus4
MATH V52Discrete Structures3
PHIL V04Introduction to Logic3
PHIL V05Critical Thinking and Analytical Writing3
PSY V04Introductory Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences4

Area E: Health and Physical Education/Kinesiology

Complete at least two courses, with at least one course from Group E1 and at least one course from Group E2; there is no unit minimum.

E1: Health Education

Course ID Title Units/Hours
CD V24Child Nutrition, Health, and Safety3
COUN V01College Success3
EAC V01Strategies for Success in College and Life3
EMS V10
V10L
Emergency Medical Technician
and Emergency Medical Technician Clinical Practicum (Students who select EMS V10 must also complete EMS V10L; they collectively count as one course toward Group E1)
8.5
HED V01Health and Wellness3
HED V02Health and Wellness: Designed for Women3
HED V03Fundamentals of Nutrition and Fitness3
HED V04Health and Wellness: Designed for Men3
HED V20Introduction to Public Health3
HED V24Drugs, Health, and Society3
HED V70Spiritual Health3
HED V71Survey of Alternative and Integrative Medicine3
HED V73Introduction to Holistic Health and Healing3
HED V76Managing Stress3
HED V87Nutrition3
HS V10Certified Nurse Assistant6
KIN V80First Aid, Safety, AED, and CPR for the Professional3
KIN V81Fundamentals of Kinesiology3
NS V40Patient-Centered Care III and Transition to Professional Practice (*)9
NS V41Patient-Centered Care III and Transition to Professional Practice: 30-UO (*)9
PM V01Paramedic Theory (*)18.5
* Enrollment limitation: applicable to students who are admitted into the Associate Degree in Nursing and Associate Degree in Paramedic programs only.

E2: Physical Education/Kinesiology

Course ID Title Units/Hours
DANC V03Anatomy for Dancers3
DANC V04Dance Improvisation2
DANC V10AModern I2
DANC V10BModern II2
DANC V10CModern III2
DANC V10DModern IV2
DANC V13ATap I2
DANC V13BTap II2
DANC V13CTap III2
DANC V13DTap IV2
DANC V14Movement for the Theatre2
DANC V15ABallet I2
DANC V15BBallet II2
DANC V15CBallet III2
DANC V15DBallet IV2
DANC V23Ballroom Dance2
DANC V27Street Dance2
DANC V29AJazz I2
DANC V29BJazz II2
DANC V29CJazz III2
DANC V29DJazz IV2
DANC V30ADance Performance I3
DANC V30BDance Performance II3
DANC V30CDance Performance III3
DANC V30DDance Performance IV3
DANC V50AComposition I2
DANC V50BComposition II2
DANC V50CComposition III2
DANC V50DComposition IV2
EAC V21Weight Training and Conditioning: Adaptive1.5
EAC V26Individual and Team Sports: Adaptive1.5
ICA V02Intercollegiate Baseball4
ICA V03Intercollegiate Basketball: Men4
ICA V04Intercollegiate Basketball: Women4
ICA V05Intercollegiate Cross-Country: Men4
ICA V06Intercollegiate Cross-Country: Women4
ICA V07Intercollegiate Football4
ICA V08Intercollegiate Golf4
ICA V13Intercollegiate Soccer: Women4
ICA V14Intercollegiate Softball: Women4
ICA V15Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving: Men4
ICA V16Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving: Women4
ICA V17Intercollegiate Tennis: Men4
ICA V18Intercollegiate Tennis: Women4
ICA V19Intercollegiate Track and Field: Men4
ICA V20Intercollegiate Track and Field: Women4
ICA V22Intercollegiate Volleyball: Women4
ICA V23Intercollegiate Water Polo: Men4
ICA V24Intercollegiate Water Polo: Women4
ICA V25Intercollegiate Beach Volleyball: Women4
ICA V30AOff-season Conditioning for Athletes I0.5
ICA V30BOff-season Conditioning for Athletes II1
ICA V31APre-season Conditioning for Athletes I0.5
ICA V31BPre-season Conditioning for Athletes II1
ICA V36Spring Intercollegiate Basketball3.5
ICA V69Spring Intercollegiate Football1
KIN V02Swimming I1
KIN V03Swimming II1
KIN V04Swimming III1
KIN V06Swimming IV1
KIN V10Aerobic and Strength Training1
KIN V12Bicycle Conditioning: Spinning1
KIN V13Advanced Spinning/Interval Training1
KIN V14Step Aerobics1
KIN V16Aerobic Kickboxing1
KIN V18Cardiovascular Fitness: Machine Training1
KIN V19Indoor Cross Fitness Training1
KIN V20Walking to Restore Fitness1
KIN V21Fitness Walking/Jogging1
KIN V22Running for Fitness1
KIN V23Advanced Running/Interval Training1
KIN V24Life Fitness1
KIN V26Weight Training and Conditioning: Free Weights1
KIN V28Conditioning: Designed for Women1
KIN V33Body Conditioning Boot Camp1
KIN V40ABasketball I1
KIN V40BBasketball II1
KIN V44ATennis I1
KIN V44BTennis II1
KIN V46AVolleyball I1
KIN V46BVolleyball II1
KIN V48ASoccer I1
KIN V48BSoccer II1
KIN V50AAikido I1
KIN V50BAikido II1
KIN V52Self-Defense and Assault Prevention1
KIN V70AYoga I1
KIN V70BYoga II1
KIN V72Stress Reduction Activities1
KIN V74ACore Balance and Fitness1
KIN V74BAdvanced Core Balance and Fitness1
KIN V76ATai Chi I1
KIN V76BTai Chi II1
THA V14Movement for the Theatre2

Area F: Ethnic/Gender Studies

Complete at least one course from Area F for a minimum of 3 semester units. This requirement applies to General Studies majors only (Patterns I, II, and III); Area F is not required for other degrees.

F: Ethnic/Gender Studies

Course ID Title Units/Hours
AES V01Native Peoples of North America3
AES V02AUnited States History: Focus on Native Americans to Reconstruction3
AES V02BUnited States History: Focus on Native Americans Since the Civil War3
AES V03Chicana Contemporary Issues3
AES V10Introduction to African and Pre-Columbian Art3
AES V11Racial and Ethnic Group Relations3
AES V20Introduction to Chicano Studies3
AES V21AThe Heritage of Mexico to the First Republic3
AES V21BThe Heritage of Mexico Since Liberation3
AES V22United States History: Focus on Chicanos since 18503
AES V23Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x Studies Issues3
AES V24Sociology of the Chicano Community3
AES V40AUnited States History: Focus on African Americans to Reconstruction3
AES V40BUnited States History: Focus on African Americans Since Reconstruction3
AES V41African American Experience3
AES V42AAfrican History to 18003
AES V42BAfrican History since 18003
AES V47United States History: Focus on Chicanos to 18503
AES V63United States History: Focus on Asian Americans3
AES V65Introduction to Asian Art3
AES V66Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art3
ANTH V02Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH V04Native Peoples of North America3
ANTH V06Sex, Gender, and Culture3
ART V03Introduction to African and Pre-Columbian Art3
ART V07Introduction to Women in the Arts3
ART V08Introduction to Asian Art3
ART V09AArt of the Ancient Americas3
ART V09BIntroduction to Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art3
CD V05Teaching in a Diverse Society3
CHST V01Introduction to Chicano Studies3
CHST V02Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x Studies Issues3
CHST V03Chicana Contemporary Issues3
CHST V24Sociology of the Chicano Community3
CJ V03Community Relations and Diversity3
COMM V12Intercultural Communication3
ENGL V33Introduction to African American Literature3
ENGL V34Introduction to Chicana/o Literature3
ENGL V35Introduction to Multicultural American Literature3
ENGL V36Women in Literature3
GEOG V02Introduction to Human Geography3
HIST V13African American Experience3
HIST V32United States History: Focus on Women to 18603
HIST V43United States History: Focus on African Americans to Reconstruction3
HIST V44History of the Americas to 18213
HIST V45United States History: Focus on Native Americans to Reconstruction3
HIST V47United States History: Focus on Chicanos to 18503
HIST V48The Heritage of Mexico to the First Republic3
HIST V50United States History: Focus on Asian Americans3
HIST V51United States History: Focus on African Americans Since Reconstruction3
HIST V53United States History: Focus on Women since 18603
HIST V54History of the Americas since 17633
HIST V55United States History: Focus on Native Americans Since the Civil War3
HIST V57The Heritage of Mexico Since Liberation3
HIST V58United States History: Focus on Chicanos since 18503
HIST V73African History to 18003
HIST V78History of Modern Middle East3
HIST V79Introduction to the History of East Asia3
HIST V83African History since 18003
MUS V03Introduction to World Music3
MUS V07History of Jazz3
POLS V11Government & Politics of Mexico3
POLS V14Global Studies3
PSY V30Multicultural Psychology3
PSY V32Psychology of Women3
SOC V03Racial and Ethnic Group Relations3
SOC V04Sociology of Gender Roles3
SOC V24Sociology of the Chicano Community3