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*** Must be chosen from approved academic courses in history/social science, English, advanced mathematics, lab science, foreign language, social science, or visual and performing arts. See UC's public for approved courses at your high school.
2 years required, 3 years recommended - fundamental knowledge in at least two of these three foundational subjects: biology, chemistry, and physics. Advanced laboratory science courses that have biology, chemistry, or physics as prerequisites and offer substantial new material may be used to fulfill this requirement. The last two years of an approved three-year integrated science program that provides rigorous coverage of at least two of the three foundational subjects may be used to fulfill this requirement.
Freshman applicants taking UC-transferable college courses while in high school may receive transfer credit upon receipt of an official final college transcript.
Transfer credit is granted for each College Board Advanced Placement (AP) examination completed with an official score of 3, 4 or 5. The credit will be part of the minimum 180 quarter units you need in order to receive a bachelor's degree. Credit from AP examinations may also be used to satisfy specific degree requirements.
Meeting Total Units Requirement. With the exception of units used to satisfy the English Composition element, units approved for a Core Literacy will be accepted toward satisfaction of the appropriate Topical Breadth component. Course units that satisfy requirements in the candidate's major or majors may also be counted toward satisfaction of General Education requirements.
b. World Cultures at least 3 units
Courses in World Cultures provide students with a global perspective in a world where communication technologies, economic relationships, and the flow of people across national borders increasingly challenge national identities and create transnational cultures. Students can satisfy this requirement through coursework or through certified study abroad.
NOTE: Courses for which AP credit has been granted may not be used as substitutes for courses required as part of the UC Davis General Education Requirement.
You can use ASSIST to see lists of community college courses that are applicable to transfer, and you can see articulation agreements that show how courses at one institution might be used to fulfill lower division requirements at another institution.
Grading. Students may take courses P/NP to fulfill their General Education requirements, up to the limits set by college and campus regulations.
It provides several paths you can take to learn about specific majors, requirements for majors, major preparation at community colleges and transferring to UC and CSU.
Details can be found on Alternative Schools and Programs, Continuation High Schools, Community Day Schools, Opportunity Education, and Independent Study among many other educational options.
C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements.
All California public school students, except eligible students with disabilities, must satisfy the CAHSEE requirement, as well as all other state and local requirements, in order to receive a high school diploma.
c. Oral Skills coursework or additional writing experience coursework at least 3 units
Courses in oral literacy involve effective communication of ideas through oral presentation and build on and strengthen the critical thinking skills exercised through writing. As an alternative to developing oral communication skills, the student may take additional coursework certified as writing experience (see requirement b, above).