All Liberal Studies core courses and the subject matter courses must be least 3 credits and must be completed with a grade of 2.0 or higher. Students with recommended placement in advanced courses in any discipline are encouraged to enroll accordingly. All course substitutions or equivalences for major courses must be approved by the Liberal Studies program director; students should contact the Liberal Studies Program office regarding suitability of specific courses in each subject area.
1. Liberal Studies Core Courses
2. Subject Matter Courses
The following courses are required Subject Matter courses for the Liberal Studies degree. The courses are the most appropriate choices for fulfilling the respective LAF relative to the state's teaching content standards.
*Course substitution must be approved by the Liberal Studies Director.
3. Second Major
The course of study is subject to the guidelines set forth by the program in which the second major is taken. The second major must be declared before registration for the junior year.
Additional Recommended Courses
EDUC 331 Child Development (HB)
EVST 220 Physical Geography OR PHYS 103 General Astronomy
POLI 111 Introduction to American Politics (meets California Constitution requirement)
HIST 101 World History to 1450, HIST 102 World History since 1450,
OR HIST 121 American Civilization 1
PE 310 Instructional Strategies for Physical Education
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy
PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology
REL 125 World Religion
SPCH 110 Fundamentals of Speech
Foreign Language - to be chosen by student