University of California Transfer Course Agreement 2017-2018

Administration of Justice
Introduction to Administration of Justice
Concepts of Criminal Law
Community and the Justice System
Agriculture
Independent Study 1
Introduction to Plant Science
Food, Society and the Environment
Introduction to Animal Science
Introduction to Agricultural Business and Economics
Introduction to Soil Science
Anthropology
Physical Anthropology
Physical Anthropology Laboratory
Cultural Anthropology
Native Peoples of North America
Introduction to Archaeology
Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
Native Peoples of California
Magic, Witchcraft, Ritual, Myth and Religion
Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
Globalization Studies
Anthropology of Sex, Gender and Sexuality
Independent Study 1
Applied Art and Design
Visual Communication
Independent Study 1
Graphic Computer Illustration
Introduction to Digital Design
Digital Art Studio: Concepts and Practices
Introduction to Digital Imaging
Introduction to Motion Graphics
Art
Two-Dimensional Design Foundations
Three-Dimensional Design Foundations
Drawing I
Drawing II
Figure Drawing I
Figure Drawing II
Color Theory
Oil Painting I
Oil Painting II
Watercolor Painting I
Watercolor Painting II
Acrylic Painting I
Acrylic Painting II
Sculpture I
Sculpture II
Ceramic Sculpture/Handbuilding
Ceramics I
Ceramics II
Figure Sculpture
Raku Ceramics
Independent Study 1
Introduction to Fiber Arts
Printmaking I
Printmaking II
Portrait Drawing and Painting
Digital Art Studio: Concepts and Practices
Art History
Art Appreciation
Survey of Western Art I: Prehistory through the Middle Ages
Survey of Western Art II: Renaissance Traditions
Survey of Western Art III: Modern through Contemporary
History of Women in Art
History and Aesthetics of Photography
History of the Arts of Africa, the Americas, and Oceania
History of Asian Art
History of Islamic Art
Astronomy
Introduction to Planetary Systems
Introduction to Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
Life in the Universe
Elementary Astronomy
Observational Astronomy
Astrophotography and Imaging
Frontiers in Astronomy
Independent Study 1
Athletics
Baseball Training 2
Basketball Training 2
Cross Country Training 2
Springboard Diving Training 2
Football Training 2
Golf Training 2
Soccer Training 2
Softball Training 2
Swimming Training 2
Tennis Training 2
Track and Field Training 2
Volleyball Training 2
Water Polo Training 2
Wrestling Training 2
Intercollegiate Baseball (M) 2
Intercollegiate Basketball (M) 2
Intercollegiate Basketball (W) 2
Intercollegiate Football (M) 2
Intercollegiate Golf (M) 2
Intercollegiate Golf (W) 2
Intercollegiate Soccer (W) 2
Intercollegiate Softball (W) 2
Intercollegiate Swimming (M) 2
Intercollegiate Swimming (W) 2
Intercollegiate Tennis (M) 2
Intercollegiate Tennis (W) 2
Intercollegiate Volleyball (W) 2
Intercollegiate Water Polo (M) 2
Intercollegiate Water Polo (W) 2
Intercollegiate Wrestling (M) 2
Intercollegiate Beach Volleyball (W) 2
Intercollegiate Cross Country (W) 2
Intercollegiate Track and Field (W) 2
Intercollegiate Sports Conditioning 2
Biological Sciences
General Biology
Botany
General Zoology (maximum credit, 1 course from BIOL 0003 and BIOL 0033)
Microbiology 3
Human Anatomy 3
Human Physiology 3
Human Anatomy I
and Human Anatomy II 3
Microbiology I
and Microbiology II 3
Introduction to Biology 3
Concepts of Biology 3
Natural History, Ecology and Conservation
Marine Biology
Introduction to Plant Science
Independent Study 1
Introduction to Ornithology
Introduction to Zoology (maximum credit, 1 course from BIOL 0003 and BIOL 0033)
Introduction to Entomology
General Human Anatomy and Physiology 3
Biology: A Human Perspective 3
Biology: A Human Perspective Laboratory 3
Business
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting II
Managerial Accounting
Introduction to Business
Business Law
Law and Society
Chemistry
General Chemistry I 4
General Chemistry II 4
Introduction to Chemistry I 4
Introduction to Chemistry II 4
General Chemistry I - Part 1 4
General Chemistry I - Part 2 4
Chemistry - Quantitative Analysis
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
Independent Study 1
Communication Studies
Fundamentals of Public Speaking (maximum credit, 1 course from COMM 0001 and COMM 0005)
Argumentation and Rhetorical Criticism
Small Group Communication
Communication Foundations (maximum credit, 1 course from COMM 0001 and COMM 0005)
Performance of Diverse Literatures
Intercultural Communication
Interpersonal Communication
Communication Theory, Methods, and Practice
Visual Communication
Mass Communication: Media and Society
Newswriting and Reporting Techniques
Computer Science
Introduction to Computing
Programming Concepts and Methodology I
Programming Concepts and Methodology II
Data Structures
The Game Development Process
Programming for Mathematics and Science
Discrete Structures for Computer Science
Independent Study 1
Introduction to Computer Architecture and Assembly Language
System Programming with C
Introduction to Unix/Linux
Visual Basic .NET Programming II
Object-Oriented Programming Using C++
Game Programming
Deaf Studies
American Sign Language I
American Sign Language II
American Sign Language III
American Sign Language IV
Introduction to Deaf Studies
Independent Study 1
Drafting and Engineering Support
Three-Dimensional Modeling
Drama
Fundamentals of Acting
Intermediate Acting
Stage Movement
Introduction to Theatre
Stagecraft
Stage Lighting
Costume History
Costume Construction
Stage Makeup
Stage Properties
Scenic Painting
Script Analysis
Production Crew I
Production Crew II
Production Crew III
Production Crew IV
Rehearsal and Performance - Cast I
Rehearsal and Performance - Cast II
Rehearsal and Performance - Cast III
Rehearsal and Performance - Cast IV
Independent Study 1
Earth Science
Physical Geology
Physical Geology Laboratory
California Geology
Historical Geology
Historical Geology Laboratory
Energy, Environment, and Climate
Introduction to Earth Science
Introduction to Earth Science Laboratory
Introduction to Oceanography
Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory
Independent Study 1
Economics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Independent Study 1
Education
Introduction to Elementary Education with Field Experience
Engineering
Engineering Survey Measurements
Introduction to Circuit Theory
Circuit Theory Laboratory
Descriptive Geometry and Solid Modeling
Independent Study 1
Statics
Manufacturing Processes
Materials Science
Introduction to the Engineering Profession
English
Introduction to Composition
Critical Thinking and Writing about Literature
Critical Thinking and Writing across the Curriculum
Structure of English
Introduction to LGBTIQ Literature
Creative Writing (Non-Fiction)
Introduction to Creative Writing (no credit for ENGL 0019 if taken after ENGL 0020 or ENGL 0021)
Creative Writing (Poetry)
Creative Writing (Fiction)
Introduction to Literary Criticism and Critical Concepts
Literature by Women
Independent Study 1
Introduction to Drama as Literature
American Literature - Beginnings through Civil War
American Literature - Civil War to the Present
Introduction to Poetry
Introduction to Shakespeare (The Drama)
Introduction to the Novel
Introduction to the Short Story
American Film Masterpieces (maximum credit, 1 course from ENGL 0037 and ENGL 0038)
International Film Masterpieces (maximum credit, 1 course from ENGL 0037 and ENGL 0038)
The Filmed Novel
The Documentary Film: Argumentative Discourse
The Documentary Film
English Literature
English Literature
World Literature
World Literature
Literature of Science Fiction
English as a Second Language
Academic Reading and Writing
Environmental Studies and Sustainability
The Environment and the Human Impact
The Sierra Nevada
Energy, Environment, and Climate
Conservation of Natural Resources
Natural History, Ecology and Conservation
Independent Study 1
Fashion
Textiles
French
Elementary French - Level I
Elementary French - Level II
Intermediate French - Level I
Intermediate French - Level II
Independent Study 1
Geography
Physical Geography
Physical Geography Laboratory
Cultural Geography
Geography of California
Weather and Climate
World Regional Geography
Independent Study 1
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
German
Elementary German - Level I
Elementary German - Level II
Independent Study 1
Health Education
Standard First Aid/Community CPR
Health Education
History
Western Civilization to 1715
Western Civilization since 1715
History of the United States to 1877
History of the United States since 1865
The African American Experience in American History to 1877
The African American Experience in American History since 1877
History of Traditional East Asia
History of Modern East Asia
California History
Contemporary United States History
American Military History
Chicano/Mexican American History
Russian History - 10th Century to Present
Native American History
Women in American History
Independent Study 1
World History to 1500
World History since 1500
Human Development and Family
Human Development through the Lifespan (maximum credit, 1 course from HDEV 0001 and HDEV 0009)
Child, Family, and Community
Child and Adolescent Development (maximum credit, 1 course from HDEV 0001 and HDEV 0009)
Psychology of Intimate Relationships and Family
The Family
Humanities
Introduction to Humanities I
Introduction to Humanities II
Introduction to Asian Humanities
Classical Roots of the Contemporary Western World
Introduction to Women, Gender and Religion
World Religions
Introduction to Mythology
Introduction to Atheism
Introduction to the Hebrew Bible
Introduction to the New Testament
Independent Study 1
Italian
Elementary Italian - Level I
Elementary Italian - Level II
Intermediate Italian - Level I
Japanese
Elementary Japanese - Level I
Elementary Japanese - Level II
Independent Study 1
Kinesiology
Basic Aerobic Training with Fitness Equipment 2
Advanced Aerobic Circuit Training with Fitness Equipment 2
Cross Training 2
Weight Training 2
Strength Training - Circuit and Power Lifting 2
Physical Fitness 2
Aerobic Fitness 2
Step Aerobic Training 2
Cardio Kickboxing 2
Fitness and Weight Management Boot Camp 2
Peaceful Self Defense 2
Combative Self Defense 2
Multi Self Defense System 2
Tai Chi 2
Badminton 2
Recreational Basketball 2
Independent Study 1
Flag Football 2
Golf 2
Soccer Level I 2
Soccer Level II 2
Tennis 2
Volleyball 2
Sand Volleyball 2
Futsal - Level I 2
Futsal - Level II 2
Aquacise 2
Fundamental Swimming 2
Swimming Conditioning 2
Lifeguard Training
Ballet I
Ballet II
Jazz Dance
Square Dance
Modern Ballroom Dance
Modern Dance
Line Dance
Fundamentals of Yoga 2
Mat Pilates 2
Adapted Aquatics 2
Adapted Aerobic Fitness 2
Adapted Individualized Exercises 2
Adapted Group Activities 2
Adapted Walk/Jog 2
Introduction to Kinesiology 5
Physiology of Fitness 5
Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
Theory of Baseball 5
Theory of Basketball 5
Theory of Football 5
Theory of Soccer 5
Theory of Softball 5
Theory of Volleyball 5
Introduction to Coaching Team Sports 5
Sports Activities 2
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies
Introduction to LGBT Studies/Queer Theory
Queer (LGBTIQ) Film History
Independent Study 1
Mathematics
College Algebra (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0012 and MATH 0029)
Elementary Statistics (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0013, PSYC 0142, and SOC 15)
Discrete Mathematics
Calculus for Social and Life Sciences (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0016A, MATH 0030, and MATH 0042)
Calculus for Social and Life Sciences (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0016B and MATH 0031)
Concepts of Mathematics (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0017 and MATH 0018)
The Nature of Mathematics (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0017 and MATH 0018)
Mathematical Concepts for Elementary School Teachers
Independent Study 1
Pre-Calculus Mathematics (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0012 and MATH 0029)
Analytical Geometry and Calculus I (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0016A, MATH 0030, and MATH 0042)
Analytical Geometry and Calculus II (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0016B and MATH 0031)
Analytical Geometry and Calculus III
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra
Business Calculus (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0016A, MATH 0030, and MATH 0042)
Music
Music Appreciation
Ear Training I
Ear Training II
Advanced Ear Training I
Advanced Ear Training II
Music Theory I
Music Theory II
Music Theory III
Music Theory IV
Music Fundamentals (no credit for MUS 0010 if taken concurrently with or after MUS 0003A/MUS 0003B or MUS 0006A/MUS 0006B)
Introduction and History of Jazz
Survey of Music History and Literature to 1750
Survey of Music History and Literature from 1750 to Present
Introduction to Music: History of Rock and Roll
Independent Study 1
Beginning Voice
Intermediate Voice
Advanced Voice I
Advanced Voice II
Beginning Piano I
Beginning Piano II
Intermediate Piano I
Intermediate Piano II
Chamber Singers
Jazz Ensemble
Vocal Jazz Ensemble
Concert Choir
Jazz Improvisation Performance Ensemble
Wind Ensemble
Applied Music 1
Symphonic Band
Beginning Guitar
Beginning Guitar
Intermediate Guitar
Intermediate Guitar
Nutrition and Food Science
Principles of Nutrition
Personal Development
College and Life Success (maximum credit, 3 units from PDEV 1 and PDEV 8)
Introduction to College (maximum credit, 3 units from PDEV 1 and PDEV 8)
Stress and Well Being
Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics
Introduction to Critical Thinking
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
Philosophy of Religion
Introduction to Symbolic Logic
Introduction to Asian Philosophy
History of Ancient Greek Philosophy
History of Modern Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy of Women in Western Cultures
Independent Study 1
Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy
Introduction to Environmental Ethics
Introduction to the Philosophy of Science
Photography
History and Aesthetics of Photography
Elementary Photography
Intermediate Black and White Photography
Introduction to Digital Imaging
Color Photography
Physics
Basic Concepts in Physics (no credit for PHYS 0010 if taken after PHYS 0105 or PHYS 0205)
Basic Concepts in Physics Laboratory (no credit for PHYS 0010L if taken after PHYS 0105 or PHYS 0205)
Independent Study 1
General Physics I 6
General Physics I Laboratory 6
General Physics II 6
General Physics II Laboratory 6
Principles of Physics: Mechanics 6
Principles of Physics Laboratory: Mechanics 6
Principles of Physics: Electricity and Magnetism 6
Principles of Physics Laboratory: Electricity and Magnetism 6
Problem Solving for Physics 210 (must be taken with PHYS 0210)
Principles of Physics: Heat, Waves and Modern Physics 6
Principles of Physics Laboratory: Heat, Waves and Modern Physics 6
Problem Solving for Physics 215 (must be taken with PHYS 0215)
Political Science
American Government
Comparative Government
International Relations
Russian and East European Political Systems
Politics of the Developing World
American Foreign Policy
Politics of the Middle East
Terrorism
Introduction to Political Theory
Introduction to Political Science Research Methods
California Government
Women and Politics in a Global Society
Independent Study 1
Psychology
Independent Study 1
General Principles of Psychology
Social Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Research Methods in Psychology
Psychology of Adjustment
Abnormal Psychology
Psychology of Death and Dying
Psychology of Intimate Relationships and Family
Psychology of Women
Human Sexuality
Introduction to Biopsychology
Biopsychology Laboratory
Introduction to Psychological Statistics (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0013, PSYC 0142, and SOC 15)
Psychology and Film
Environmental Psychology
Recreation Management
Backpacking 2
Rock Climbing 2
Rise
First Year Seminar
Social Science
Introduction to Ethnic Studies
Dialogues in American Culture
African American Culture and Experience
Mexican American/Latino Culture and Image
Independent Study 1
Immigration, Community and Culture: The Asian American Experience
Immigrants and Refugees in America: The European Experience
Introduction to Native American Studies
Native American Cultures and the Impact of Federal Policy
Ethnic Images in Film
Italian Life, Culture and Politics
Oaxacan Life and Culture
Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Social Problems
Race, Ethnicity and Inequality
The Family
Sociology of Women's Health
Introduction to Crime, Deviance, and Social Control
Feminism and Social Action
Introduction to Statistics in Sociology (maximum credit, 1 course from MATH 0013, PSYC 0142, and SOC 15)
Sociology of Gender
Independent Study 1
Introduction to Social Justice
Spanish
Elementary Spanish - Level I
Elementary Spanish - Level II
Intermediate Spanish - Level I
Intermediate Spanish - Level II
Intermediate Conversational Spanish
Independent Study 1
Women and Gender Studies
Introduction to Women's Studies
Introduction to LGBT Studies/Queer Theory
Introduction to Women, Gender and Religion
Feminism and Social Action
1

Transfer credit for these courses is given only after review of the scope and content of the course by the enrolling UC campus. This usually occurs after transfer and may require recommendations from faculty. 

2

Any or all of these ATHL, KIN and RECM activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units

3

(Max­i­mum credit, 5 units from BIOL 0004 and BIOL 0008A & BIOL 0008B), (BIOL 0008A & BIOL 0008B must both be completed; BIOL 0008A & BIOL 0008B combined, equivalent to BIOL 0004), (max­i­mum credit, 10 units from BIOL 0005, BIOL 0006, BIOL 0007A & BIOL 0007B and BIOL 0055), (BIOL 0007A & BIOL 0007B must both be com­plet­ed; BIOL 0007A & BIOL 0007B combined, equivalent to BIOL 0005), (maximum credit, 4 units from BIOL 0010, BIOL 0011 or BIOL 0056/BIOL 0056L; no cred­it for BIOL 0011 or BIOL 0056/BIOL 0056L if taken after BIOL 0001)

4

(Max­i­mum credit, 1 series from CHEM 0001A & CHEM 0001B and CHEM 0002A & CHEM 0002B), (CHEM 0003A & CHEM 0003B combined equivalent to CHEM 0001A; maximum credit, 5 units)

5

Any or all of these KIN courses combined: max­i­mum credit, 8 units

6

Max­i­mum credit, 1 series from PHYS 0105/PHYS 0110 and PHYS 0205/PHYS 0210/PHYS 0215