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    California State University, Los Angeles
   
 
  Oct 19, 2017
 
 
    
Semester Catalog 2017-2018

General Education Lower Division Courses


Effective: Fall Semester 2016

A. Basic Subjects: 9 Units Total


American Institutions: 6 Units Total


Note:


1 Course US History

1 Course US Constitutional/ State & Local Government

**Transfer students that have completed the US Constitution

requirements and not the State & Local Government.

requirement, may take POL 2000 in place of POL 1000.

B. Natural Science and Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning: 9 Units Total


Note:


1 Course each B1, B2

*B3 course can be taken in place of either B1 or B2, but not both

1 Course B4

C. Arts and Humanities: 6 Units Total


C1 Arts


C2 Humanities


Note:


1 Course each C1, C2

D. Social Sciences: 6 Units Total


Note:


2 courses from any two disciplines  OR:  2 courses from two different disciplines   

E. Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development: 3 Units Total


Note:


1 course

Notes:


•GE requirements must add up to at least 48 semester units. (39 Lower Division, 9 Upper Division units).
•An Introduction to Higher Education course (IHE) is required of all first-time freshman.
•A minimum C- grade in A1, A2, A3, and B4 classes is required. This does not apply to meeting prerequisite for courses that require these courses to be completed with a grade of C or better.   
•A minimum C grade average in general education is required of all students following the Fall 2016 or later catalog.
•Civic Learning/Community Engagement Requirement (6 semester units). Three semester units will be fulfilled by completing the IHE course. One (cl)course must be completed at the upper division general education level. These courses are designated as (cl) after the course listing.
•Diversity Requirement (6 semester units). Students must complete one race/ethnicity (re) course and one diversity(d) course or another race/ethnicity (re) course. These courses are designated as (re) and (d) after the course listing.
•Writing Intensive Requirement (6 semester units). Students must complete two writing intensive (wi) courses, with at least one in their major. These courses are designated as (wi) after the course listing.