General Education

Students will qualify for a Certificate of Achievement in California State University (CSU) General Education by completing the pattern listed here. A minimum of 30 general education units taken in areas A through E must be completed with a grade of “C” or better, including all units in Area A (9 units) and Area B-4 (3-5 units). Students must meet Gavilan College GPA and residency requirements. Courses listed under more than one discipline or area may be used only once to satisfy an area.
AREA A – 9 units
Units: 9
CMUN 1A
Introduction to Public Speaking (Active)
3
CMUN 5
Fundamentals of Communication Studies (Active)
3
CMUN 8
Interpersonal Communication (Active)
3
CMUN 10
Small Group Communication (Active)
3
ENGL 1A
Composition and Reading (Active)
4
PHIL 2
Introduction to Logic (Active)
3
PHIL 4
Critical Thinking and Writing (Active)
3
ENGL 1C
Critical Reasoning and Writing (Active)
3
AREA B – 9 units
Units: 9
ASTR 1
Introduction to General Astronomy (Active)
3
CHEM 1A
General Chemistry (Active)
5
CHEM 1B
General Chemistry (Active)
5
CHEM 12A
Organic Chemistry (Active)
5
CHEM 12B
Organic Chemistry (Active)
5
CHEM 30A
Elementary Chemistry (Active)
4
CHEM 30B
Elementary Organic and Biochemistry (Active)
4
GEOG 1
Physical Geography (Active)
3
GEOL 1
Introduction to Geology (Active)
4
PHYS 1
Introduction to Physics (Active)
4
PHYS 2A
General Physics I (Historical)
4
PHYS 2B
General Physics II (Historical)
4
PHYS 4A
Physics for Scientists and Engineers - Mechanics (Historical)
4
PHYS 4B
Physics for Scientists and Engineers - Electricity and Magnetism (Historical)
4
PHYS 4C
Physics for Scientists and Engineers - Heat, Optics, Modern Physics (Historical)
4
PSCI 1
Principles of Physical Science (Active)
3
PSCI 2
Introduction to Meteorology (Active)
3
PSCI 3
Ocean Studies (Active)
3
AH 8
General Microbiology (Active)
5
AH 9
Human Physiology (Active)
5
AH 15
Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology (Active)
5
ANTH 1
Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Active)
3
BIO 1
Cell and Molecular Biology (Historical)
4
BIO 4
General Zoology (Active)
4
BIO 5
General Botany (Active)
4
BIO 7
Human Anatomy (Active)
4
BIO 8
General Microbiology (Active)
5
BIO 9
Human Physiology (Active)
5
BIO 10
Principles of Biology (Active)
4
BIO 12
Introduction to Human Biology (Active)
4
BIO 13
Marine Biology (Active)
4
BIO 15
Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology (Active)
5
ECOL 1
Conservation of Natural Resources (Active)
4
ENVS 1
Introduction to Environmental Science (Active)
4
ANTH 1L
Physical Anthropology Lab (Active)
1
BUS 11
Statistics for Business and Economics (Active)
4
or
ECON 11
Statistics for Business and Economics (Active)
4
MATH 1A
Single-Variable Calculus and Analytic Geometry (Historical)
4
MATH 1B
Single-Variable Calculus and Analytic Geometry (Historical)
4
MATH 1C
Multivariable Calculus (Historical)
4
MATH 2
Linear Algebra (Active)
3
MATH 2C
Differential Equations (Active)
3
MATH 5
Introduction to Statistics (Active)
3
MATH 6
Calculus for Business/Social Science (Active)
3
MATH 7
Finite Mathematics (Historical)
3
MATH 8A
First Half of Precalculus (Historical)
4
MATH 8B
Second Half of Precalculus (Active)
4
MATH 12
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers (Historical)
3
MATH 14
Math for the Liberal Arts (Historical)
3
MATH 11
Integrated Precalculus (Active)
8
AREA C – 9 units
Units: 9
ART 1A
Art History (Active)
3
ART 1B
Art History (Active)
3
ART 2A
Two-Dimensional Design (Historical)
3
ART 3A
Drawing and Composition (Historical)
3
ART 6
Art Appreciation (Active)
3
ART 8A
Introduction to Photography (Historical)
3
ART 10A
Cultural History of Ceramics (Historical)
3
ART 13
Three-Dimensional Design (Historical)
3
ART 21
Ancient Americas: A History through Art (Historical)
3
or
ART 25A
Art Methods (Active)
3
or
CD 25A
Art Methods (Active)
3
CMUN 2
Oral Interpretation (Historical)
3
HIST 21
Ancient Americas: A History through Art (Historical)
3
ART 4
History of Photography (Active)
3
ART 14A
Introduction to Murals (Historical)
3
HUM 6
Contemporary World Cinema (Historical)
3
HUM 10
Approaches to Contemporary Film (Active)
3
MUS 1A
Music History and Literature (Historical)
3
MUS 1B
Music History and Literature (Historical)
3
MUS 3A
Harmony/Theory/Musicianship I (Historical)
4
MUS 4A
Beginning Piano (Active)
3
MUS 6
Introduction to World Music (Active)
3
THEA 1
Theatre History: Greece to Restoration (Historical)
3
THEA 3
El Teatro Campesino (Active)
3
THEA 4
Oral Interpretation (Historical)
3
or
THEA 7
Theatre Appreciation (Historical)
3
THEA 12A
Acting I (Active)
3
THEA 20
Introduction to Scriptwriting (Historical)
3
ENGL 9D
Creative Writing: Fiction (Historical)
3
MUS 2
History of Jazz and Rock (Active)
3
DM 60
Introduction to Animation (Active)
3
MCTV 16
History and Culture of Television, Film and New Media (Historical)
3
THEA 16
History and Culture of Television, Film and New Media (Historical)
3
THEA 25
Fundamentals of Costume Design (Active)
3
THEA 26
Script Analysis (Active)
3
THEA 29
History of American Musical Theatre (Historical)
3
ART 11
Creativity, Imagination and Innovation (Historical)
3
ENGL 1B
Composition and Literature (Active)
3
ENGL 2B
American Ethnic Literature (Historical)
3
ENGL 2C
Introduction to Film and Fiction (Historical)
3
ENGL 2E
Introduction to Women Writers (Active)
3
ENGL 2F
Children's Literature (Active)
3
ENGL 2J
World Mythology (Active)
3
ENGL 4A
British Literature - 449 to 1798 A.D. (Historical)
3
ENGL 4B
British Literature - 1798 to Present (Historical)
3
ENGL 5A
Survey of American Literature - 1620 to 1865 (Historical)
3
ENGL 5B
Survey of American Literature - 1865 to Present (Historical)
3
ENGL 9A
Introduction to Creative Writing (Historical)
3
ENGL 9B
Advanced Creative Writing (Historical)
3
ENGL 9C
Creative Writing: Poetry (Historical)
3
FRNH 1A
Elementary French (Historical)
5
HIST 1
United States History through Reconstruction (Active)
3
HIST 2
United States History Reconstruction to the Present (Active)
3
HIST 3
History of California (Active)
3
HIST 4A
Global History Before 1500 (Active)
3
HIST 4B
Global History After 1500 (Historical)
3
HIST 5
Women's Lives in Early United States History (Active)
3
HIST 6
Women's Lives in Recent United States History (Active)
3
HIST 7B
History of Western Civilization (Historical)
3
HIST 7A
History of Western Civilization (Historical)
3
HIST 12
Mexican American Cultural History (Active)
3
HUM 12
Mexican American Cultural History (Active)
3
FRNH 1B
Elementary French (Historical)
5
JPN 1A
Elementary Japanese (Historical)
5
JPN 1B
Elementary Japanese (Historical)
5
JOUR 10
Mass Media and Society (Active)
3
PHIL 1
Introduction to Philosophy (Active)
3
PHIL 3A
Ethics (Active)
3
PHIL 3B
Contemporary Moral Issues (Active)
3
PHIL 6
Comparative Religions (Active)
3
PHIL 9
Philosophy of Religion (Active)
3
SOC 10
Mass Media and Society (Active)
3
SPAN 1A
Elementary Spanish (Historical)
5
SPAN 1B
Elementary Spanish (Historical)
5
SPAN 2A
Intermediate Spanish (Active)
5
SPAN 2B
Intermediate Spanish (Active)
5
SPAN 12A
Spanish for Spanish Speakers (Active)
5
SPAN 12B
Spanish for Spanish Speakers (Active)
5
HUM 3
Introduction to Cinematic Arts, Film and Television (Historical)
3
HUM 4
Introduction to American Cinema (Historical)
3
HUM 10
Approaches to Contemporary Film (Active)
3
AJ 3A
Ethics (Active)
3
CHN 1A
Elementary Mandarin (Active)
5
CHN 1B
Elementary Mandarin (Active)
5
PHIL 7A
History of Philosophy: Ancient to Medieval Times (Historical)
3
PHIL 7B
History of Philosophy: Renaissance to Modern Periods (Historical)
3
PHIL 12
Introduction to Political Thought (Historical)
3
PHIL 15
Asian Philosophies (Historical)
3
FRNH 2A
Intermediate French (Active)
5
FRNH 2B
Intermediate French (Active)
5
AREA D – 9 units
Units: 9
HIST 1
United States History through Reconstruction (Active)
3
HIST 2
United States History Reconstruction to the Present (Active)
3
POLS 1
Introduction to American Government (Active)
3
ANTH 2
Introduction to Archaeology (Active)
3
ANTH 3
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Active)
3
ANTH 5
Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion (Historical)
3
ECON 1
Principles of Macroeconomics (Active)
3
ECON 2
Principles of Microeconomics (Active)
3
CMUN 4
Intercultural Communication (Active)
3
HUM 12
Mexican American Cultural History (Active)
3
SOC 3
Sociology of Race, Ethnicity and Cultural Identity (Active)
3
HIST 5
Women's Lives in Early United States History (Active)
3
HIST 6
Women's Lives in Recent United States History (Active)
3
SOC 4
Sociology of Gender (Active)
3
GEOG 2
Cultural Geography (Active)
3
HIST 1
United States History through Reconstruction (Active)
3
HIST 2
United States History Reconstruction to the Present (Active)
3
HIST 3
History of California (Active)
3
HIST 4A
Global History Before 1500 (Active)
3
HIST 4B
Global History After 1500 (Historical)
3
HIST 5
Women's Lives in Early United States History (Active)
3
HIST 6
Women's Lives in Recent United States History (Active)
3
HIST 12
Mexican American Cultural History (Active)
3
ANTH 6
Culture and Politics of Africa (Historical)
3
CD 7
Cultural Context of Child and Family in a Diverse Society (Active)
3
CMUN 4
Intercultural Communication (Active)
3
CMUN 6
Introduction to Conflict Resolution (Active)
3
POLS 5
Introduction to Modern International Terrorism (Active)
3
POLS 6
Introduction to Conflict Resolution (Active)
3
PSYC 6
Introduction to Conflict Resolution (Active)
3
PSYC 7
Cultural Context of Child and Family in a Diverse Society (Active)
3
AJ 5
Introduction to Modern International Terrorism (Active)
3
POLS 1
Introduction to American Government (Active)
3
POLS 3
Introduction to Comparative Politics (Historical)
3
POLS 4
Introduction to International Relations (Historical)
3
POLS 9
Global Social Change (Historical)
3
PSYC 2
Early Child Development (Active)
3
CD 3
Child Growth and Development During the School Years (Active)
3
PSYC 10
Introduction to Psychology (Active)
3
PSYC 11
Biological Psychology (Active)
3
CD 2
Early Child Development (Active)
3
PSYC 3
Child Growth and Development During the School Years (Active)
3
JOUR 10
Mass Media and Society (Active)
3
SOC 10
Mass Media and Society (Active)
3
SOC 1A
Introduction to Sociology (Active)
3
SOC 1B
Introduction to Sociology: Social Problems (Active)
3
SOC 3
Sociology of Race, Ethnicity and Cultural Identity (Active)
3
SOC 4
Sociology of Gender (Active)
3
SOC 9
Global Social Change (Historical)
3
AJ 10
Introduction to the Administration of Justice (Historical)
3
ANTH 32
Introduction to Research Methods (Active)
3
CD 40
Child and Adolescent Development (Historical)
3
POLS 10
Introduction to Political Science (Active)
3
POLS 12
Introduction to Political Thought (Historical)
3
POLS 32
Introduction to Research Methods (Active)
3
PHIL 12
Introduction to Political Thought (Historical)
3
PSYC 40
Child and Adolescent Development (Historical)
3
PSYC 32
Introduction to Research Methods (Active)
3
SJS 5
Introduction to Women's Studies (Active)
3
AREA E – 3 units
Units: 3
AH 3
The Person in the Life Cycle (Active)
3
AH 11
Nutrition (Active)
3
BIO 11
Nutrition (Active)
3
GUID 1
Self-Assessment and Career Development (Active)
3
GUID 6
Life Skills for Higher Education (Historical)
2
GUID 27
Contemporary Leadership (Active)
3
HE 1
Health Education (Active)
3
HE 2
Human Sexuality (Active)
3
KIN 1
Orientation for Student-Athlete Success (Active)
1
KIN 8
Introduction to Sports Psychology (Active)
3
PSYC 5
Self-Assessment and Career Development (Active)
3
PSYC 27
Contemporary Leadership (Active)
3
SOC 21
Marriage and the Family (Active)
3
Total: 39
Students will qualify for a Certificate of Achievement in Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) by completing the pattern listed here. Courses taken in areas 1 through 5 must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. Students must meet Gavilan College GPA and residency requirements. Courses listed in multiple areas shall not be certified in more than one area except for courses in Language Other Than English (see right column), which can be certified in both Areas 3B and 6A.
Area 1
Units: 9
ENGL 1A
Composition and Reading (Active)
4
ENGL 1C
Critical Reasoning and Writing (Active)
3
or
PHIL 4
Critical Thinking and Writing (Active)
3
CMUN 1A
Introduction to Public Speaking (Active)
3
CMUN 5
Fundamentals of Communication Studies (Active)
3
CMUN 8
Interpersonal Communication (Active)
3
CMUN 10
Small Group Communication (Active)
3
AREA 2 (3 units)
Units: 3
BUS 11
Statistics for Business and Economics (Active)
4
or
ECON 11
Statistics for Business and Economics (Active)
4
MATH 1A
Single-Variable Calculus and Analytic Geometry (Historical)
4
MATH 1B
Single-Variable Calculus and Analytic Geometry (Historical)
4
MATH 1C
Multivariable Calculus (Historical)
4
MATH 2
Linear Algebra (Active)
3
MATH 2C
Differential Equations (Active)
3
MATH 5
Introduction to Statistics (Active)
3
MATH 6
Calculus for Business/Social Science (Active)
3
MATH 7
Finite Mathematics (Historical)
3
MATH 8A
First Half of Precalculus (Historical)
4
MATH 8B
Second Half of Precalculus (Active)
4
MATH 14
Math for the Liberal Arts (Historical)
3
CSIS 26
Discrete Structures (Historical)
3
MATH 11
Integrated Precalculus (Active)
8
AREA 3 (9 units)
Units: 9
ART 1A
Art History (Active)
3
ART 1B
Art History (Active)
3
ART 6
Art Appreciation (Active)
3
ART 21
Ancient Americas: A History through Art (Historical)
3
or
ART 4
History of Photography (Active)
3
HIST 21
Ancient Americas: A History through Art (Historical)
3
HUM 6
Contemporary World Cinema (Historical)
3
MUS 1A
Music History and Literature (Historical)
3
MUS 1B
Music History and Literature (Historical)
3
MUS 6
Introduction to World Music (Active)
3
THEA 1
Theatre History: Greece to Restoration (Historical)
3
THEA 3
El Teatro Campesino (Active)
3
THEA 7
Theatre Appreciation (Historical)
3
MUS 2
History of Jazz and Rock (Active)
3
MUS 6
Introduction to World Music (Active)
3
THEA 29
History of American Musical Theatre (Historical)
3
THEA 16
History and Culture of Television, Film and New Media (Historical)
3
MCTV 16
History and Culture of Television, Film and New Media (Historical)
3
ENGL 1B
Composition and Literature (Active)
3
ENGL 2B
American Ethnic Literature (Historical)
3
ENGL 2C
Introduction to Film and Fiction (Historical)
3
ENGL 2E
Introduction to Women Writers (Active)
3
ENGL 2F
Children's Literature (Active)
3
HIST 12
Mexican American Cultural History (Active)
3
or
HUM 12
Mexican American Cultural History (Active)
3
ENGL 2J
World Mythology (Active)
3
ENGL 4A
British Literature - 449 to 1798 A.D. (Historical)
3
ENGL 4B
British Literature - 1798 to Present (Historical)
3
ENGL 5A
Survey of American Literature - 1620 to 1865 (Historical)
3
ENGL 5B
Survey of American Literature - 1865 to Present (Historical)
3
HIST 1
United States History through Reconstruction (Active)
3
HIST 2
United States History Reconstruction to the Present (Active)
3
HIST 3
History of California (Active)
3
HIST 4A
Global History Before 1500 (Active)
3
HIST 4B
Global History After 1500 (Historical)
3
HIST 5
Women's Lives in Early United States History (Active)
3
HIST 6
Women's Lives in Recent United States History (Active)
3
HIST 7A
History of Western Civilization (Historical)
3
HIST 7B
History of Western Civilization (Historical)
3
HUM 3
Introduction to Cinematic Arts, Film and Television (Historical)
3
HUM 4
Introduction to American Cinema (Historical)
3
HUM 10
Approaches to Contemporary Film (Active)
3
PHIL 1
Introduction to Philosophy (Active)
3
PHIL 3A
Ethics (Active)
3
PHIL 3B
Contemporary Moral Issues (Active)
3
PHIL 6
Comparative Religions (Active)
3
PHIL 9
Philosophy of Religion (Active)
3
SPAN 2A
Intermediate Spanish (Active)
5
SPAN 2B
Intermediate Spanish (Active)
5
AJ 3A
Ethics (Active)
3
PHIL 7A
History of Philosophy: Ancient to Medieval Times (Historical)
3
PHIL 7B
History of Philosophy: Renaissance to Modern Periods (Historical)
3
PHIL 15
Asian Philosophies (Historical)
3
PHIL 12
Introduction to Political Thought (Historical)
3
FRNH 2A
Intermediate French (Active)
5
FRNH 2B
Intermediate French (Active)
5
AREA 4 (9 units)
Units: 9
PSYC 2
Early Child Development (Active)
3
CD 2
Early Child Development (Active)
3
JOUR 10
Mass Media and Society (Active)
3
SOC 10
Mass Media and Society (Active)
3
CD 3
Child Growth and Development During the School Years (Active)
3
PSYC 3
Child Growth and Development During the School Years (Active)
3
AJ 5
Introduction to Modern International Terrorism (Active)
3
POLS 5
Introduction to Modern International Terrorism (Active)
3
HIST 12
Mexican American Cultural History (Active)
3
HUM 12
Mexican American Cultural History (Active)
3
POLS 9
Global Social Change (Historical)
3
SOC 9
Global Social Change (Historical)
3
ANTH 2
Introduction to Archaeology (Active)
3
ANTH 3
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Active)
3
ANTH 5
Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion (Historical)
3
ANTH 6
Culture and Politics of Africa (Historical)
3
CMUN 4
Intercultural Communication (Active)
3
ECON 1
Principles of Macroeconomics (Active)
3
ECON 2
Principles of Microeconomics (Active)
3
GEOG 2
Cultural Geography (Active)
3
HIST 1
United States History through Reconstruction (Active)
3
HIST 2
United States History Reconstruction to the Present (Active)
3
HIST 3
History of California (Active)
3
HIST 4A
Global History Before 1500 (Active)
3
HIST 4B
Global History After 1500 (Historical)
3
HIST 5
Women's Lives in Early United States History (Active)
3
HIST 6
Women's Lives in Recent United States History (Active)
3
POLS 1
Introduction to American Government (Active)
3
POLS 3
Introduction to Comparative Politics (Historical)
3
POLS 4
Introduction to International Relations (Historical)
3
PSYC 10
Introduction to Psychology (Active)
3
PSYC 11
Biological Psychology (Active)
3
SOC 1A
Introduction to Sociology (Active)
3
SOC 1B
Introduction to Sociology: Social Problems (Active)
3
SOC 3
Sociology of Race, Ethnicity and Cultural Identity (Active)
3
SOC 4
Sociology of Gender (Active)
3
AJ 10
Introduction to the Administration of Justice (Historical)
3
ANTH 32
Introduction to Research Methods (Active)
3
POLS 7
Introduction to California Government and Politics (Active)
3
POLS 9
Global Social Change (Historical)
3
POLS 10
Introduction to Political Science (Active)
3
POLS 32
Introduction to Research Methods (Active)
3
PSYC 32
Introduction to Research Methods (Active)
3
PSYC 40
Child and Adolescent Development (Historical)
3
SOC 9
Global Social Change (Historical)
3
SJS 5
Introduction to Women's Studies (Active)
3
AREA 5 (7-9 units)
Units: 7-9
ASTR 1
Introduction to General Astronomy (Active)
3
CHEM 1A
General Chemistry (Active)
5
CHEM 1B
General Chemistry (Active)
5
CHEM 12A
Organic Chemistry (Active)
5
CHEM 12B
Organic Chemistry (Active)
5
CHEM 30A
Elementary Chemistry (Active)
4
CHEM 30B
Elementary Organic and Biochemistry (Active)
4
GEOG 1
Physical Geography (Active)
3
GEOL 1
Introduction to Geology (Active)
4
PSCI 1
Principles of Physical Science (Active)
3
PSCI 2
Introduction to Meteorology (Active)
3
PSCI 3
Ocean Studies (Active)
3
PHYS 1
Introduction to Physics (Active)
4
PHYS 2A
General Physics I (Historical)
4
PHYS 2B
General Physics II (Historical)
4
PHYS 4A
Physics for Scientists and Engineers - Mechanics (Historical)
4
PHYS 4B
Physics for Scientists and Engineers - Electricity and Magnetism (Historical)
4
PHYS 4C
Physics for Scientists and Engineers - Heat, Optics, Modern Physics (Historical)
4
BIO 9
Human Physiology (Active)
5
or
AH 9
Human Physiology (Active)
5
BIO 8
General Microbiology (Active)
5
or
AH 8
General Microbiology (Active)
5
BIO 15
Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology (Active)
5
or
AH 15
Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology (Active)
5
ANTH 1
Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Active)
3
and
ANTH 1L
Physical Anthropology Lab (Active)
1
BIO 1
Cell and Molecular Biology (Historical)
4
BIO 4
General Zoology (Active)
4
BIO 5
General Botany (Active)
4
BIO 7
Human Anatomy (Active)
4
BIO 10
Principles of Biology (Active)
4
BIO 12
Introduction to Human Biology (Active)
4
BIO 13
Marine Biology (Active)
4
ECOL 1
Conservation of Natural Resources (Active)
4
ENVS 1
Introduction to Environmental Science (Active)
4
AREA 6-A
Units: 0
FRNH 1B
Elementary French (Historical)
5
FRNH 2A
Intermediate French (Active)
5
FRNH 2B
Intermediate French (Active)
5
JPN 1B
Elementary Japanese (Historical)
5
SPAN 1B
Elementary Spanish (Historical)
5
SPAN 2A
Intermediate Spanish (Active)
5
SPAN 2B
Intermediate Spanish (Active)
5
SPAN 12A
Spanish for Spanish Speakers (Active)
5
SPAN 12B
Spanish for Spanish Speakers (Active)
5
CHN 1B
Elementary Mandarin (Active)
5
Supplementary notes for transfer students:
Units: 0
Total: 37-39
The Associate in Liberal Arts Degree includes a multidisciplinary curriculum encompassing all areas of knowledge in the arts and sciences. It is designed for students who plan to transfer to a University of California or a California State University campus. The Liberal Arts major allows the student to select an area of emphasis and complete the prerequisite course work necessary for transfer into a particular major. Students must meet Gavilan College GPA and residency requirements. A comprehensive updated list of the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) and CSU General Education Breadth Requirements are available in the Counseling Secretary's Office (SC113) or on the Gavilan College website (www. gavilan.edu/ catalog/index.html Contact: (408) 848-4701 las@gavilan.edu AREAS OF EMPHASIS f Complete a minimum of 18 units from one of the areas of emphasis listed below; where indicated, choose courses from the disciplines listed. f Students may choose any of the three general education (Gavilan General Education, IGETC or CSU breadth) patterns. f Courses selected can be used/double counted to fulfill GE areas. f Students may have to complete additional elective courses to total the 60 overall units necessary for the Associate Degree.