Course Number and Name
Course descriptions begin with course number and name.
- Example: FILM 33, Making the Short Film
On the right side of the course name and number is the number of units.
- Example: 3 units
Under the course number, name, and units, you fill find all or some of the following:
- Example: Transfer: UC, CSU
Course Identification Numbering System
Course Identification Numbering System is a course numbering system used statewide for lower-division, transferable courses that are part of the AA-T or AS-T degree.
- Example: C-ID: GEOG 110
IGETC stands for Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum. This is the most common method of satisfying a particular UC and CSU general education transfer requirement category.
- Example: IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Sciences, non-lab)
Course satisfies Global Citizenship requirement.
- Example: Satisfies Global Citizenship
Classes that must be completed prior to taking this course.
- Examples: Prerequisite: Film Studies 32 or Prerequisite: None
Classes that must be taken in the same semester as this course.
- Example: Corequisite: Film Studies 33L
Recommended class to be completed before taking this course.
- Example: Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1
- Example: UC gives no credit for Chemistry 9 if taken after Chemistry 11. Maximum UC credit for Chemistry 9 and 10 combined is one course.
Brief Course Description.
- Example: This course surveys the distribution and relationships of environmental elements in our atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere, including weather, climate, water resources, landforms, soils, natural vegetation, and wildlife. Focus is on the systems and cycles of our natural world, including the effects of the sun and moon on environmental processes, and the roles played by humans.
- Example: Students enrolling in this course should have math skills equivalent to those entering Math 31. This course does not fulfill the prerequisite for Chemistry 11.