Social Services & Education Pathway

Social Services & Education

Associate in Arts - Direct Transfer Agreement

You're passionate about improving others' lives—whether you're educating young minds, helping others get in shape, or observing human interaction, you can begin making a difference with our Social Services and Education Pathway.

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Quarter 1

Students have several options for their starting point. Some students may start in our Transition Studies programs: Adult Basic Education, ESL, High School+, and Basic Computer Skills.

Quarter 2

Choose One:

MATH092 5cr Mathematical Reasoning
Introduces operations with rational numbers, applications, problem solving skills, expressions, solving linear equations, and graphing linear relationships.
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ABE065 5cr Contextualized Math II
Introduces operations with rational numbers, applications and problem solving skills, expressions, solving linear equations, and graphing linear relationships through direct instruction and contextualized application. Prepares students for high school completion, employment, or MATH& 107/MATH& 146 with concurrent MATH 096 enrollment. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement or an 'S' in ABE 064 or a 'U, P, V, W' in ABE 065.
Choose One:

ENGL090 5cr Integrated Reading and Writing I
Introduces students to college-level reading and writing. Focuses on reading strategies, critical thinking, and writing unified paragraphs. ENGL 090 classes are combined with ENGL 095 classes, and students who demonstrate ENGL 095 proficiency may earn ENGL 095 credit. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement or an �S� in ABE 054, ABE 055, ESL 065, ESL 066, IE 065, or IE 066.
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ENGL095 5cr Integrated Reading and Writing II
Prepares students for entry into college-level writing courses. Focuses on reading analytically, thinking critically, and writing coherent, well-supported texts. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement based on Reading & English CPT scores or transition test.

CCS101 3cr Pathways to Success
Cultivates the mind-set and skills necessary for students to become confident, reflective, self-directing, and successful learners.

Quarter 3

Choose One:

CMATH146 7cr Clippers Introduction to Statistics
Gives students the opportunity to complete MATH& 146 in one quarter with prerequisite support, as needed. Covers basic probability and descriptive and inferential statistics. Students will earn credit for either MATH 095 and MATH 096 or MATH 096 and MATH& 146 at the conclusion of the course. CLIPPERS courses combine the prerequisite courses with the college-level course and are taught with a focus on video-based instruction. . Fees: $12.00 Natural Applied Science Course Fee
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CMATH107 5cr Clippers Math In Society
Gives students the opportunity to complete MATH& 107 in one quarter with prerequisite support as needed. Explores a variety of mathematical topics presenting mathematics as an art and as a tool for understanding the world around us. Designed for non-science majors. Specific topics may be drawn from geometry, number theory, set theory, and the history of mathematics. Students will earn credit for either MATH 095 or MATH& 107 at the conclusion of the course. CLIPPERS courses combine the prerequisite courses with the college-level course and are taught with a focus on video-based instruction. Fees: $12.00 Natural Applied Science Course Fee
Choose One:

ENGL&101 5cr English Composition I
Develops strategies and techniques writers use to convey ideas and participate in multiple discourse communities. Focuses on both the process and product of composing. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
Choose One Social Science (5cr)
Recommended:

CJ&112 5cr Criminology
Examines social components of crime and deviance, including law-making, law-breaking, and societal reactions to crime. Explores the causes and impacts of crime, classifications and theoretical interpretations of crime, and the criminal justice system. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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ECED&105 5cr Introduction to Early Childhood Education
Explores the foundations of early childhood education. Examines theories defining the field, issues, trends, best practices, and program models. Observes children, professionals and programs in action. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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EDUC&202 5cr Introduction to Education
Introduces the history, philosophy, principles, issues, and trends in American education. Provides opportunities for observations of educational models and exploration for career paths. Requires 30 hours of supervised practicum. This course was formerly known as EDUC& 205, Introduction to Education w/Field Experience. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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PSYC&100 5cr General Psychology
Introduces the science of psychology and the application of psychological concepts as they relate to everyday life. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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PSYC&200 5cr Lifespan Psychology
Studies the development and changes in human behavior from conception to death with focus on biological, cultural, and social influences. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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PSYC206 5cr Social Psychology
Focuses on the scientific study of people's thoughts, feelings, and behavior in a social context. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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SOC&101 5cr Introduction to Sociology: Diversity
Focuses on sociological terms, theories and research; the study of humans in relation to their environment and culture; and sociological analysis of collective behavior and social interaction. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement or a "B-" or better in ENGL 095 or a "C" or better in ENGL 098. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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SOC200 5cr Introduction to Social Work
Introduces the field of social work and the social welfare system. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee

Quarter 4

ENGL&102 5cr Composition II
Develops reading, writing and critical thinking skills at the advanced level. Teaches how to write academic papers by conducting research; analyzing, evaluating and constructing arguments; documenting sources and using appropriate writing conventions. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
Choose One Humanities (5cr)
Recommended:

HUM121 5cr Multicultural America: Diversity
Explores the history, cultures, and contributions of race and ethnic groups in the United States and the complex notion of an 'American' identity. Analyzes the impacts of power, privilege, and socialization on our understanding of race and ethnicity. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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HUM140 5cr World Religions
Explores the major global traditions of religious thinking, belief, practice, and community. Identifies the historical development and cultural diversity of religious expression in both the West and the East. Explores the impacts of modernity on religious practice and expression. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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HUM180 5cr Popular Culture In America
Introduces issues related to popular and mass culture as a vehicle for communicating social and political ideologies in American society. Includes the study of media, advertising, and theories of cultural criticism. Fees: $12.00 humanities/Communications Course Fee
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IIS125 5cr Introduction to Latin American Studies
Interdisciplinary introduction to Latin American Studies which may include geography, culture, religion, politics, economics, literature, art, and music, representative ethnic groups and contemporary events. Focus will vary according to the instructor and changing current issues and events. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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IIS129 5cr Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies: Diversity
Explores the geography, culture and history of the Middle East. Includes how those elements help shape contemporary problems. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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IIS130 5cr Introduction to East Asian Studies: Diversity
Focuses on cultural, social, and political elements of East Asian countries, including customs, art, religion, history, and literature. Students will participate in cultural activities, projects, and field trips in the US and/or study abroad programs to East Asia. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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IIS131 5cr Intro South & Southeast Asian Studies: Diversity
Explores the diverse ethnic and cultural world of South and Southeast Asia through an interdisciplinary approach. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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IIS145 5cr Introduction to African Studies: Diversity
Introduces the interdisciplinary study of sub-Saharan Africa from prehistory to the present. Emphasizes understanding of this complex and important region by exploring the major forces that shaped and continue to shape sub-Saharan Africa. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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IIS151 5cr Contemporary India: Diversity (RETIRED)
Introduces an interdisciplinary study of India that focuses on politics, economy, society, and emerging developmental challenges in the 21st Century. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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PHIL102 5cr Ethics
Studies historical and recent views on such issues as the nature of good and evil, right and wrong, justice, rights, the rational grounds for moral responsibility and moral decision making, and the objectivity of moral values. Addresses both traditional and contemporary moral problems. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
Or Any Language Course
Choose One Social Science (5cr)
Recommended:

CJ&112 5cr Criminology
Examines social components of crime and deviance, including law-making, law-breaking, and societal reactions to crime. Explores the causes and impacts of crime, classifications and theoretical interpretations of crime, and the criminal justice system. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
ECED&105 5cr Introduction to Early Childhood Education
Explores the foundations of early childhood education. Examines theories defining the field, issues, trends, best practices, and program models. Observes children, professionals and programs in action. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
EDUC&202 5cr Introduction to Education
Introduces the history, philosophy, principles, issues, and trends in American education. Provides opportunities for observations of educational models and exploration for career paths. Requires 30 hours of supervised practicum. This course was formerly known as EDUC& 205, Introduction to Education w/Field Experience. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
PSYC&100 5cr General Psychology
Introduces the science of psychology and the application of psychological concepts as they relate to everyday life. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
PSYC&200 5cr Lifespan Psychology
Studies the development and changes in human behavior from conception to death with focus on biological, cultural, and social influences. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
PSYC&220 5cr Abnormal Psychology
Examines various psychological disorders as well as the theoretical perspectives of psychopathology. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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PSYC206 5cr Social Psychology
Focuses on the scientific study of people's thoughts, feelings, and behavior in a social context. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
SOC&101 5cr Introduction to Sociology: Diversity
Focuses on sociological terms, theories and research; the study of humans in relation to their environment and culture; and sociological analysis of collective behavior and social interaction. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement or a "B-" or better in ENGL 095 or a "C" or better in ENGL 098. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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SOC200 5cr Introduction to Social Work
Introduces the field of social work and the social welfare system. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee

Quarter 5

Choose One Humanities (5cr)
Recommended:

HUM121 5cr Multicultural America: Diversity
Explores the history, cultures, and contributions of race and ethnic groups in the United States and the complex notion of an 'American' identity. Analyzes the impacts of power, privilege, and socialization on our understanding of race and ethnicity. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
HUM140 5cr World Religions
Explores the major global traditions of religious thinking, belief, practice, and community. Identifies the historical development and cultural diversity of religious expression in both the West and the East. Explores the impacts of modernity on religious practice and expression. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
HUM180 5cr Popular Culture In America
Introduces issues related to popular and mass culture as a vehicle for communicating social and political ideologies in American society. Includes the study of media, advertising, and theories of cultural criticism. Fees: $12.00 humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
IIS125 5cr Introduction to Latin American Studies
Interdisciplinary introduction to Latin American Studies which may include geography, culture, religion, politics, economics, literature, art, and music, representative ethnic groups and contemporary events. Focus will vary according to the instructor and changing current issues and events. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
IIS129 5cr Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies: Diversity
Explores the geography, culture and history of the Middle East. Includes how those elements help shape contemporary problems. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
IIS130 5cr Introduction to East Asian Studies: Diversity
Focuses on cultural, social, and political elements of East Asian countries, including customs, art, religion, history, and literature. Students will participate in cultural activities, projects, and field trips in the US and/or study abroad programs to East Asia. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
IIS131 5cr Intro South & Southeast Asian Studies: Diversity
Explores the diverse ethnic and cultural world of South and Southeast Asia through an interdisciplinary approach. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
IIS145 5cr Introduction to African Studies: Diversity
Introduces the interdisciplinary study of sub-Saharan Africa from prehistory to the present. Emphasizes understanding of this complex and important region by exploring the major forces that shaped and continue to shape sub-Saharan Africa. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
IIS151 5cr Contemporary India: Diversity (RETIRED)
Introduces an interdisciplinary study of India that focuses on politics, economy, society, and emerging developmental challenges in the 21st Century. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
PHIL102 5cr Ethics
Studies historical and recent views on such issues as the nature of good and evil, right and wrong, justice, rights, the rational grounds for moral responsibility and moral decision making, and the objectivity of moral values. Addresses both traditional and contemporary moral problems. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
Or Any Language Course
Choose One Natural Science (5cr)
Recommended:

BIOL&100 5cr Survey of Biology
Introduces foundational biological concepts, including ecology, evolution, heredity and organismal and cellular structure and physiology. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Natural & Applied Sciences Course Fee
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ENVS&100 5cr Survey of Environmental Science
Explores the workings of planet Earth in terms of living organisms and non-living resources, including roles that human activities play in the world around us. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Natural Applied Science Course Fee
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NUTR&101 5cr Nutrition
Surveys the nutritional needs for individuals ranging from infants to adults. Emphasis is placed on the basic principles of nutrition. Particularly suitable for health occupation students. Prior high school chemistry or biology course or equivalent strongly recommended. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Natural Applied Science Course Fee
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ANTH&205 5cr Biological Anthropology
Explores the interplay of human biology and culture based on evolutionary theory focusing on genetics, primate studies, human evolution, and human biological variation. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science Course Fee
Choose One Social Science (5cr)
Recommended:

SOC209 5cr Social Science Research Methods
Explores interdisciplinary theories, techniques, and applications of quantitative and qualitative research methods in the social sciences. This course can only be taken once for credit and is cross-listed with PSYC 209 and POLS 209. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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PSYC209 5cr Social Science Research Methods
Explores interdisciplinary theories, techniques, and applications of quantitative and qualitative research methods in the social sciences. This course can only be taken once for credit and is cross-listed with POLS 209 and SOC 209. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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POLS209 5cr Social Science Research Methods
Explores interdisciplinary theories, techniques, and applications of quantitative and qualitative research methods in the social sciences. This course can only be taken once for credit and is cross-listed with PSYC 209 and SOC 209. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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EDUC&202 5cr Introduction to Education
Introduces the history, philosophy, principles, issues, and trends in American education. Provides opportunities for observations of educational models and exploration for career paths. Requires 30 hours of supervised practicum. This course was formerly known as EDUC& 205, Introduction to Education w/Field Experience. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee

Quarter 6

Choose One Humanities (5cr)
Recommended:

HUM121 5cr Multicultural America: Diversity
Explores the history, cultures, and contributions of race and ethnic groups in the United States and the complex notion of an 'American' identity. Analyzes the impacts of power, privilege, and socialization on our understanding of race and ethnicity. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
HUM140 5cr World Religions
Explores the major global traditions of religious thinking, belief, practice, and community. Identifies the historical development and cultural diversity of religious expression in both the West and the East. Explores the impacts of modernity on religious practice and expression. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
HUM180 5cr Popular Culture In America
Introduces issues related to popular and mass culture as a vehicle for communicating social and political ideologies in American society. Includes the study of media, advertising, and theories of cultural criticism. Fees: $12.00 humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
IIS125 5cr Introduction to Latin American Studies
Interdisciplinary introduction to Latin American Studies which may include geography, culture, religion, politics, economics, literature, art, and music, representative ethnic groups and contemporary events. Focus will vary according to the instructor and changing current issues and events. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
IIS129 5cr Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies: Diversity
Explores the geography, culture and history of the Middle East. Includes how those elements help shape contemporary problems. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
IIS130 5cr Introduction to East Asian Studies: Diversity
Focuses on cultural, social, and political elements of East Asian countries, including customs, art, religion, history, and literature. Students will participate in cultural activities, projects, and field trips in the US and/or study abroad programs to East Asia. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
IIS131 5cr Intro South & Southeast Asian Studies: Diversity
Explores the diverse ethnic and cultural world of South and Southeast Asia through an interdisciplinary approach. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
IIS145 5cr Introduction to African Studies: Diversity
Introduces the interdisciplinary study of sub-Saharan Africa from prehistory to the present. Emphasizes understanding of this complex and important region by exploring the major forces that shaped and continue to shape sub-Saharan Africa. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
IIS151 5cr Contemporary India: Diversity (RETIRED)
Introduces an interdisciplinary study of India that focuses on politics, economy, society, and emerging developmental challenges in the 21st Century. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
-OR-
PHIL102 5cr Ethics
Studies historical and recent views on such issues as the nature of good and evil, right and wrong, justice, rights, the rational grounds for moral responsibility and moral decision making, and the objectivity of moral values. Addresses both traditional and contemporary moral problems. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
Or Any Language Course
Choose One Natural Science (5cr)
Recommended:

OCEA&101 5cr Introduction to Oceanography W/Lab
Introduces oceanic processes including the physical, chemical, geological, biological and climatological. Labs include both field and laboratory experiences. Fees: $12.00 Natural Applied Science Course Fee; $35.00 Natural Science Lab Fee
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BIOL&175 5cr Human Biology W/Lab
Covers elementary anatomy and physiology of the human body. Appropriate for non-majors (not for Nursing or Biology majors). Prerequisite: None. Fees: $35 Natural Science Lab Fee; $12.00 Natural and Applied Sciences Course Fee
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CHEM&110 5cr Chemical Concepts W/Lab
Surveys chemical concepts for non-science majors with a focus on practical applications of chemistry and the impact of chemistry on the environment, society, economy, and individual. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $35.00 Natural Science Lab Fee; $12.00 Natural Applied Science Course Fee
Choose One General Elective (5cr)
Recommended:

CMST&210 5cr Interpersonal Communication: Diversity
Focuses on understanding and developing interpersonal communication skills needed to build and maintain healthy one-on-one relationships in both personal and professional contexts. Examines how diverse communication styles can impact relationships. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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CMST&220 5cr Public Speaking
Introduces oral communication theory and public speaking/listening practice as applied to a variety of settings and audiences. Students will learn to verbally inform and persuade an audience using a variety of speech types. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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CMST&230 5cr Small Group Communication: Diversity
Introduces small group communication theories and concepts with applications. Explores the communication processes used when people enter diverse organizational contexts or interact in professional and everyday life small groups. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee
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CMST260 5cr Communication and Conflict
Focuses on understanding and developing interpersonal conflict skills needed to productively manage conflict in personal and professional contexts. Examines how communication patterns and behaviors contribute to both destructive and constructive management approaches. Fees: $12.00 Humanities/Communications Course Fee

Quarter 7

Choose Two General Electives (10cr)
Recommended:

ECED&105 5cr Introduction to Early Childhood Education
Explores the foundations of early childhood education. Examines theories defining the field, issues, trends, best practices, and program models. Observes children, professionals and programs in action. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
EDUC&202 5cr Introduction to Education
Introduces the history, philosophy, principles, issues, and trends in American education. Provides opportunities for observations of educational models and exploration for career paths. Requires 30 hours of supervised practicum. This course was formerly known as EDUC& 205, Introduction to Education w/Field Experience. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
EDUC&115 5cr Child Development
Introduces the foundation for explaining how children develop in all domains, conception through early adolescence. Explores various developmental theories, methods for documenting growth, and impact of brain development. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
EDUC&204 5cr Inclusive Education
Introduces recognition and identification of exceptionality in children from birth through high school. Explores policies and regulations concerning state and federal provisions of special education and related services, as well as adaptations for serving students with special needs in general education classrooms. Requires 10 hours of observation time outside of class hours. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
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EDUC240 5cr Diversity In Education: Diversity
Explores diversity and social justice issues influencing educational settings. Students will examine in depth the historical and current impact of children's, teachers', and families' cultural, social, and political context in schools. Was formerly known as ECED 235, Educating Young Children in a Diverse Society: Diversity. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
Or any HIST, PSYC, SOC or ANTH course.
Choose One Natural Science (5cr)
Recommended:

BIOL&100 5cr Survey of Biology
Introduces foundational biological concepts, including ecology, evolution, heredity and organismal and cellular structure and physiology. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Natural & Applied Sciences Course Fee
-OR-
ENVS&100 5cr Survey of Environmental Science
Explores the workings of planet Earth in terms of living organisms and non-living resources, including roles that human activities play in the world around us. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Natural Applied Science Course Fee
-OR-
NUTR&101 5cr Nutrition
Surveys the nutritional needs for individuals ranging from infants to adults. Emphasis is placed on the basic principles of nutrition. Particularly suitable for health occupation students. Prior high school chemistry or biology course or equivalent strongly recommended. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Natural Applied Science Course Fee
-OR-
ANTH&205 5cr Biological Anthropology
Explores the interplay of human biology and culture based on evolutionary theory focusing on genetics, primate studies, human evolution, and human biological variation. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science Course Fee

Quarter 8

Choose Three General Electives (15cr)
Recommended:

ECED&105 5cr Introduction to Early Childhood Education
Explores the foundations of early childhood education. Examines theories defining the field, issues, trends, best practices, and program models. Observes children, professionals and programs in action. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
EDUC&202 5cr Introduction to Education
Introduces the history, philosophy, principles, issues, and trends in American education. Provides opportunities for observations of educational models and exploration for career paths. Requires 30 hours of supervised practicum. This course was formerly known as EDUC& 205, Introduction to Education w/Field Experience. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
EDUC&115 5cr Child Development
Introduces the foundation for explaining how children develop in all domains, conception through early adolescence. Explores various developmental theories, methods for documenting growth, and impact of brain development. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
EDUC&204 5cr Inclusive Education
Introduces recognition and identification of exceptionality in children from birth through high school. Explores policies and regulations concerning state and federal provisions of special education and related services, as well as adaptations for serving students with special needs in general education classrooms. Requires 10 hours of observation time outside of class hours. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
-OR-
EDUC240 5cr Diversity In Education: Diversity
Explores diversity and social justice issues influencing educational settings. Students will examine in depth the historical and current impact of children's, teachers', and families' cultural, social, and political context in schools. Was formerly known as ECED 235, Educating Young Children in a Diverse Society: Diversity. Prerequisite: None. Fees: $12.00 Social Science/Business Course Fee
Or any HIST, PSYC, SOC, or ANTH course.

Revision Date: 

Tuesday, May 23, 2023