Minimum Credits to Graduate: 60–70
1 CCAC recommends that all graduates be computer literate in their field of study. Your academic advisor and program faculty can outline the various options for developing computer literacy.
2 Any course numbered 100 or higher may be a General Elective.
3 Mathematics elective must be numbered 100 or higher except MAT-191, MAT-193 and MAT-195.
4 Concentration in a major field requires a minimum of 18 credits or six courses in the area of the Bachelor's degree or related field of knowledge. These courses must be selected in consultation with the transfer counselor and/or academic advisor.
5 Science electives must be numbered 100 or higher and be from the following disciplines: Biology (BIO), Chemistry (CHM), Geology (GGY), Physical Science (PHS), Physics (PHY).
6 Humanities electives must be numbered 100 or higher and be from the following disciplines: Art History and Studio Art (ART), American Sign Language and Culture (ASL), Dance (DAN), English Writing and Literature (ENG)(above the level of 102), Foreign Culture and Language (FCL), Journalism (JRN), Music Theory and Practice (MUS), Philosophy (PHL), Speech (SPH), Theater (THE) or the course ETH-201 Music of Black Americans: 1619 to Present.
7 Social Science electives must be numbered 100 or higher and be from the following disciplines: Anthropology (ANT), Criminal Justice and Criminology (CJC), Early Education and Child Development (ECD), Economics (ECO), Ethnic and Diversity Studies (ETH), Geography (GEO), History (HIS), Homeland Security (HLS), Paralegal (PAL), Political Science (POL), Psychology (PSY), Sociology (SOC), Social Work (SOW), Transportation Security Administration (TSA).