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Social and Behavioral Sciences Major

Students enrolled in the Social and Behavioral Sciences major may complete all the classes required for that major by Spring, 2013.  After that date, courses in this major may no longer be available as part of the Weekend College; however, all classes are still available in the class schedule as day or evening classes.

Course Units
Spring 2012
ANTHRO 1: Physical Anthropology
ANTHRO 1(L): Physical Anthropology Lab
3 units
1 unit
BAD 10: American Business in its Global Context (Online) 3 units
PSYCH 1A: General Psychology 3 units
CHILD 10 (Online) 3 units
Work Experience (Elective) 1-4 units
MATH 15 (If needed for graduation) 4 units
Fall 2012
HUMAN 8: Comparative Mythology (online) 3 units
SPCH 1A: Intro. to Speech (Online) 3 units
SOC 1: Intro. to Sociology (Online plus Saturday Morning) 3 units
MATH 155 (If needed for graduation) 4 units
Spring 2013
HIST 21: Race, Ethnicity & Gender in American Culture 3 units
ANTHRO 2: Cultural Anthropology 3 units
COMM 7: Intercultural Communications 3 units
METRO 10: Intro. to Meteorology (Online) 3 units
MATH 15 (If needed for graduation) 4 units
Fall 2013
POLS 1: Intro. to US Government 3 units
MEDIA 41: Intro. to Film History 3 units
SOC 10: Marriage and the Family 3 units
PHIL 3: Critical Thinking (Online) 3 units
MATH 155 (If needed for graduation) 4 units



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