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General Program

 

In the General Program, you will be exposed to a range of coursework focusing on various scientific and mathematic disciplines.

You can transfer up to 55 semester units into this program.

See the admission requirements.

Degree Requirements

  • 70 total units

    • General Education Courses (32 units)

    • Core Courses (4 units)

    • Mathematics and Science Courses (34 units)

General Education Courses (32 units)
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
UNITS
Area A: Communication in the English Language and Critical Thinking (9 units)
SPC 100
3
ENG 100
3
ENG 201
3
or
PHL 200
3
Area B: Physical Universe and Its Life Forms (8 units)
BIO 101
3
BIO 101L
1
MAT 120
4
Area C: Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and Foreign Languages (6 units)
Choose one of the following courses:
ART 100
3
EDU 120
3
Choose one of the following courses:
ENG 250
3
PHL 100
3
PHL 200
3
SPAN 100
5
SPAN 101
5
SPAN 200
5
SPAN 201
5
SPAN 205
5
Area D: Social, Political, and Economic Institutions and Behavior—History (6 units)
HIS 100
3
HIS 201
3
or
POL 101
3
Area E: Lifelong Understanding and Self (3 units)
Choose one of the following courses:
ANT 125
3
CD 100
3
ECE 103
3
ECE 107
3
UNI 100
3


Core Courses (4 units)
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
UNITS
INF 100
1
SCI 100
3


Mathematics and Science Courses (34 units)
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
UNITS
CHE 150A General Chemistry for Scientists & Engineers I 5
CHE 150B General Chemistry for Scientists & Engineers II 5
MAT 121 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 4
MAT 122
4
PHY 150A General Physics I (Mechanics) 4
PHY 150B General Physics II (Electricity and Magnetism) 4
PHY 150C General Physics III (Heat and Light) 4
PHY 150D General Physics IV (Atomic Physics) 4


 

 
 

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“Our students were able to observe scientists as they led a simulated mission, engage with learners internationally, explore the lunar simulation facility, and understand major concepts in lunar geology.”

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