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					LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM
College of Education


Acting Director                                                   The Liberal Studies Program
Kenneth R. Curtis
                                                                      The program of study for the Liberal Studies major is com-
Assistant Director                                                posed of two parts: A Core and a Concentration. There are
Laurie Birkemeier                                                 two program tracks in the Liberal Studies major, each with its
                                                                  own core and related concentrations.
Program Office
Library E., Rm. 127                                                   Track I of the Liberal Studies program is designed for those
                                                                  students who seek an approved preprofessional program of
Telephone                                                         subject matter preparation for elementary school teaching con-
(562) 985-4228                                                    sistent with the standards established by the California Com-
Faculty                                                           mission on Teacher Credentialing. Students who complete the
                                                                  Track I program do not have to take the Multiple Subject As-
Associate Professor
                                                                  sessment for Teachers exam as a requirement for the Multiple
Kenneth R. Curtis
                                                                  Subject Credential. (See Track I overview and requirements on
Assistant Professors                                              this page.)
Lisa Garcia-Bedolla                                                   The Liberal Studies Track I and Multiple Subject Credential
Sylvia Maxson                                                     Programs are currently being redesigned into the 4-year Inte-
Daniel O'Connor                                                   grated Teacher Education Program (ITEP). Please contact the
                                                                  Office of Liberal Studies for advisement regarding this pilot
Office Manager
                                                                  program.
Estela Avila
                                                                      Track II of the Liberal Studies program is designed for those
                                                                  students who seek a rich, non-specialized, multidimensional
                                                                  and cross-disciplinary course of studies as a foundation for
                                                                  life-long learning, enlightened citizenship, and a wide range of
                                                                  academic and career opportunities. (See Track II overview and
                                                                  requirements later on in this section.)
                                                                  Track I
                                                                      The minimum unit requirement for the Liberal Studies major,
                                                                  Track I, is 117 units which includes both Core and Concentra-
                                                                  tion. The Track I program is both a major and an approved
                                                                  General Education program. This means that both General
                                                                  Education and major requirements are satisfied by completion
                                                                  of the Track I program.
                                                                      The Track I Core consists of a minimum of 102 units distrib-
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (code 2-0300)                 uted across six areas: I. Language Studies (minimum 22
(124 units)                                                       units); II. Mathematics (minimum 9 units); III. Natural Sciences
    The Liberal Studies major provides a rich, rigorous and       (minimum 14 units); IV. History and Social Sciences (minimum
integrated cross-disciplinary liberal arts program of study       24 units); V. Arts and Humanities (minimum 15 units) and VI.
ideally suited to: 1) Students who seek subject preparation       Learning and Well-Being (minimum 18 units). No course in the
for teaching at the elementary level (Track I) and 2) Students    Track I core may be taken credit-no credit.
with more varied professional or career goals who prefer a            The Track I Concentration consists of 15-16 units of integrat-
sound generalist program to one requiring early specializa-       ed course work with advisor approval in a thematic area of in-
tion (Track II).                                                  quiry complementary to the Core and consistent with the
General Education and the Liberal Studies Major                   professional goals of those in this track. Twelve of these units
                                                                  will be at the upper division (300-400) level, with the exception
    The General Education requirements for students major-        of the Natural Science concentration. No course in the Track I
ing in Liberal Studies are unique. The Liberal Studies pro-       concentration may be taken credit-no credit.
gram is not only an approved major, but also an approved
                                                                      In addition 120 hours of approved service-learning in an
alternate general education program. In completing the Lib-
                                                                  elementary or middle school must be completed prior to grad-
eral Studies major, students concurrently satisfy their general
                                                                  uation as a means to learning about cultural diversity in the
education requirements. Students changing to another major
                                                                  community, about current problems besetting students in the
from Liberal Studies, however, will be subject to the standard
                                                                  public schools, about successful intervention strategies for
university General Education requirements and will want to
                                                                  students needing special attention, and promotion of individual
consult the Academic Advising Center for G.E. advising.
                                                                  civic responsibility.




450 • Liberal Studies • 2000/2001 CSULB Catalog
Requirements                                                                Group 3. Multicultural Dimensions: Choose one course
                                                                            from AIS 319, ANTH 421/LING 425, ASAM 319, B/ST
  Service Learning                                                          319, CHLS 319, W/ST 319
   The way to earn the required 120 hours of Service Learning is          B. World History, Culture, Society
participation in the SERVE (Service Experience for Revitalizing
                                                                            Group 1. Geography: Choose one course from GEOG
Education) program, which provides orientation and training in
                                                                            100, 100W
addition to school placements. To participate in SERVE, stu-
dents must have a 2.0 grade-point average, current TB clear-                Group 2. World History: Choose one course from HIST
ance, and be available for either 2 two-hour time blocks or 1               211, 212
four-hour time block during public school hours over a 10 week              Group 3. Cultural Anthropology: Choose one course
period during the semester. For further information and the                 from ANTH 120, 314, 412I
schedule for orientation and training sessions, contact the Liber-          Group 4. Integration and Assessment: C/LA 403
al Studies office (LIB E 127) or SERVE office (ED1 168).               Area V: Arts and Humanities (minimum 15 units)
  Track I Core                                                            A. Visual and Performing Arts
     A minimum of 102 units distributed as specified in Areas I, II,        Group 1. Visual Art and Music: a) ART 300; b) MUS 180
III, IV, V and VI. No core classes may be taken credit-no-credit            Group 2. Dance or Theatre: Choose one course from C/
Area I: Language Studies (minimum 22 units)                                 LT 124, 324I, DANC 110, THEA 113, 122, 124, 324I
     Group 1. Composition in English: a) Choose one course from           B. Humanities
     ASAM 100, B/ST 100, CHLS 104, ENGL 100, 100W; b) ENGL                  Group 1. Ethics, Values and Beliefs: Choose one course
     309                                                                    from PHIL 100, 160, 160W, 203, 204, 305, R/ST 100,
     Group 2. Oral Communication in English: Choose one                     202, 485
     course from COMM 130, 335                                              Group 2. Integration and Assessment: COTA 404
     Group 3. Literature in English: a) Choose one course from C/      Area VI: Learning and Well-Being (minimum 18 units)
     LT 100, ENGL 180, 250A, 250B, 370A, 370B; b) Choose one                Group 1. Growth and Development: a) PSY 100; b)
     course from ENGL 481, COMM 352                                         Choose one course from EDP 301, HDEV 307I, PSY 361
     Group 4. Language Acquisition: Choose one from either (a)              Group 2. Health and Well-Being: a) HSC 411A; b) KPE
     OR (b): a) C/D 329, EDP 454, LING 329; b) CHIN 201, 202,               476
     FREN 201A, 201B, GERM 201A, 201B, ITAL 201A, 201B,
                                                                            Group 3. Access to Learning: a) Choose one course
     JAPN 201, 202, RUSS 201A, 201B, SPAN 201A, 201B (Stu-
                                                                            from: A/ST 190, ENGL 102, HIST 101, PHIL 170, PSY
     dents with more advanced language competencies substi-
                                                                            130, COMM 131 + 131W, *UHP 100 (*UHP 100 is limit-
     tute appropriate higher level language courses for those
                                                                            ed to students in the University Honors Program); b)
     listed here.)
                                                                            Choose one course from ENGL 337, MTED 278
     Group 5. Integration and Assessment: C/LA 400
Area II: Mathematics (minimum 9 units)                                 Track I Concentration
     Group 1. Real Numbers: MTED 110                                       A minimum of 15 units with advisor approval, 12 of which
     Group 2. Higher Math: Choose one course from MTED 111,            must be at the upper division (300-400) level (with the excep-
     *122 (*MATH 122 fulfills requirement only for students who        tion of the Natural Science concentration) in one of the the-
     subsequently concentrate in Mathematics. Students who             matic programs of study identified below. No concentration
     concentrate in Mathematics must complete MATH 355 with a          courses may be taken credit-no credit.
     "C" or better grade in the concentration prior to enrolling in        Students must gain approval for a concentration and cur-
     Area II, Group 3 in the core.)                                    ricular plan. Normally the proposal is submitted before the
     Group 3. Integration and Assessment. MTED 402                     student begins to take courses in the concentration. The pro-
                                                                       posal may be made in writing, or may be brought directly to a
Area III: Natural Sciences (minimum 14 units)
                                                                       faculty advisor for approval. Subsequent modifications of the
     Group 1. Life Science: BIOL 200                                   concentration curriculum must also be approved.
     Group 2. Physical Science: PHSC 112
     Group 3. Earth Science: GEOL 102 + 104                              Bilingual Spanish-English
     Group 4. Integration and Assessment: SCED 401                         Subject preparation for a Multiple Subject Credential with a
                                                                       bilingual, cross-cultural, language and academic develop-
Area IV: History and Social Sciences (minimum 24 units)
                                                                       ment (BCLAD) emphasis requires students to demonstrate
     A. American History, Culture, Society                             proficiency in a targeted language and understanding of the
        Group 1. U.S. History: a) Choose one course from HIST          culture of a targeted group. This concentration focuses on
        172, 300; b) HIST 473                                          the Spanish language and Latino culture to be consistent with
        Group 2. American Institutions: Choose one course from         the requirements of the BCLAD emphasis in the CSULB cre-
        POSC 100, 391, *326 (*POSC 326 is limited to and only          dential program. The primary focus of the concentration is
        required of students who have met the U.S. Constitution/       development of language skills. Students with demonstrated
        Government requirement in a state other than California or     language proficiencies in reading, writing and speaking at an
        through Advanced Placement Credit and who must meet            advanced level may seek to substitute additional culture stud-
        the Title V California State and Local Government require-     ies for required language classes. Prior to proposing this con-
        ment.)                                                         centration or completing any course work toward it, students


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should meet with the Spanish undergraduate advisor who will be          Health, Physical Education and Life Management
able to determine language proficiencies. (The following Core
                                                                          Provides students with a breadth and depth of knowledge,
classes are highly recommended for students proposing this
                                                                      attitudes and behaviors that prepares them in the areas of
concentration: CHLS 319 in Area IV, A, Group 3; ANTH 412I in
                                                                      health, physical education and fitness, mental health, family life
Area IV, B, Group 3; EDP 301 in Area IV, Group 1b.)
                                                                      and nutrition. The areas of emphasis include substance use
Complete 15 units from:                                               and abuse, family life/health and sexuality education, nutrition,
Area 1. Language Foundations (9 units): SPAN 312, 313, 322            violence prevention (including child abuse and suicide preven-
Area 2. Literary Analysis ( 3 units): SPAN 410                        tion), physical activity and fitness, motor skills and stress man-
Area 3. Culture Study (3 units): Choose from CHLS 340, CHLS           agement. (Credit in the concentration will be granted for either
   350/SOC 340                                                        HSC 425I or FCS 419, but not both.)
                                                                      Complete 15 units from:
  Contemporary World                                                  Area 1. Health (3 units): Choose from HSC 421, 423, 425I, 427
   We live in a complex world with many problems of a global or       Area 2. Physical Education (3 units): KPE 477
near global nature. This concentration introduces students to
                                                                      Area 3. Life Management Skills (3 units): Choose from FCS
the nature and problems confronted in the contemporary world
                                                                           132, 319, 419, REC 371
and to major issues in the social sciences from a global (macro)
perspective. (No more than 3 units of lower division (100-200)        Area 4. Additional Selected Study (6 units): Choose from those
course work may apply toward the concentration.)                           listed in Areas 1 and 3 not completed.
Complete 15 units from:                                                 Historical Perspectives
Area 1. Overview (6 units): Choose from ECON 368, POSC 220,               Prepares students in the subjects identified in the History-
    306, SOC 100, 142, 427                                            Social Science Framework for California Public Schools which
Area 2. Development and Ideology (3 units): Choose from ANTH          provides the rationale and coherence for this course work. Em-
    307I, B/ST 304, GEOG 307I, 319I, 460, HIST 307I, I/ST 319I,       phasis is upon historical perspective not only in terms of West-
    POSC 461I, 494I, SOC 350, 410I                                    ern/American tradition, but also in terms of other world societies
Area 3. Inequality and Social Change (3 units): Choose from           and peoples. (The following core courses are recommended
    ANTH 305I, B/ST 404, HIST 303I, 438, POSC 303, 412, 455,          for students choosing this concentration: HIST 111 in Area IV,
    SOC 346, 420, 450, W/ST 425                                       B, Group 2; ANTH 314 in Area IV, B, Group 3 and AIS, ASAM,
Area 4. Conflict and Deviance (3 units): Choose from B/ST 332, I/     B/ST, CHLS or W/ST 319 in Area IV, A, Group 3.)
    ST 317I, POSC 371, PSY 300I, SOC/SW 423, SOC 441I, 461I,          Complete 15 units from:
    463, W/ST 430                                                     Area 1. Peoples of the World (3 units): Choose from ANTH
(No more than one course total from Areas 2, 3, 4 may be taken            321, 323, 324, 331, 332, 333, 335, GEOG 309I, 316, 318,
    from any one department.)                                             320I, 326
                                                                      Area 2. Ancient World Civilizations (3 units): Choose from
  Cultures, Values and Beliefs                                            ANTH 313, 345, 347, A/ST 300I, HIST 313, 314, 316, 382A,
    Focus is on humanistic study of cultural traditions, both West-       POSC 301
ern and non-Western, and the values and beliefs that have             Area 3. U.S. Emerges as a Nation (3 units): Choose from HIST
shaped them. Insight will be gained into motivating and orienting         372, 375, 477A, 485A, W/ST 485A
ideas that have given meaning to individual lives and structured
                                                                      Area 4. California (3 units): Choose from ANTH 322, 349, CHLS
human relationships. Special attention is given to religious,
                                                                          300, GEOG 304, HIST 370, POSC 326
philosophical and ethical perspectives. (No course used to meet
requirements of the core may be used to meet the requirements         Area 5. American Society Today (3 units): GEOG 306, 466,
of the concentration; no more than 3 units of lower division (100-        HIST 380, 474I, W/ST 307I
200) course work may apply toward the concentration.)                   Human Behavior
Complete 15 units from:
                                                                          Provides an understanding of basic principles underlying
Area 1. Western Culture (3 units): Choose from C/LA 350I,             human behavior. Why do people interpret, believe, feel, think
    CLSC 310I, C/LT 310I, 414I, HIST 310I, 323I, 335, 337, 339,       and act as they do? Basic issues include: How people pro-
    400I, 414I, 477A, 477B, MUS 365I, PHYS 400I                       cess information and how they organize what they learn into
Area 2. Non-Western Cultures (3 units): Choose from ANTH 321,         knowledge structures; processes in social learning; how people
    323, 324, 331, 332, 333, 335, A/ST 300I, 301I, 393I, 495I,        influence other people and individual differences in ability and
    CHLS 380, HIST 382A, 382B, 383A, 383B, 385, 431, 441,             personality that affect behavior. These principles will be ap-
    461, RUSS 410I                                                    plied to specific issues in courses selected from a broad range
Area 3. Values and Beliefs/Western (3 units): Choose from HIST        of disciplines. (Credit in the concentration will be granted for
    371, 438, PHIL 100, 203, 204, 330, 342, 352, 361, R/ST 102,       either PSY 351 or SOC 335I, but not for both.)
    383I, 391I, 425I, 482I, 485                                       Complete 15 units from:
Area 4. Values and Beliefs/Non-Western (3 units): Choose from         Area 1. Basic Principles (6 units): Choose from ANTH 311I,
    AIS 335, ASAM 380, B/ST 353, PHIL 306, 307, R/ST 103,                  PSY 351, 356, 370, SOC 100, 335I
    331I, 341I, 343, 344, 351                                         Area 2. Application/Race and Ethnicity (3 units): Choose from
Area 5. Ethical Values (3 units): Choose from MICR 302I, PHIL              ANTH 419, ASAM 340, B/ST 310, 325, 410
    160, 160W, 302I, 360, 363, R/ST 302I



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Area 3. Application/Gender Roles (3 units): Choose from            Area 5. Other Forms and Genres (3 units): Choose from B/ST
   ANTH 351, FCS 358, HIST 309I, PSY 352, 354, 366, SOC               346, C/LT 342, 405, 410, 452, 453, ENGL 481, 482, JOUR
   325, W/ST 314, 325, 420                                            315
Area 4. Application/Social Environments (3 units): Choose
   from ANTH 436, ECON 309I, FCS 309I, 410, FIN 309I,
                                                                     Language Arts
   HIST 408, HSC 421, POSC 428, PSY 381, SOC 320, 336                  Provides students with special appreciation for languag-
                                                                   es, literatures, and their relation to culture through study in
  Human/Child Development                                          three areas: Language perspectives, which involves the
    Provides students with a background in the developmen-         study of languages (and/or language) and their relationships
tal issues of children, adolescents and adults within a family     to literary and cultural patterns; theory and/or criticism which
and social context. Specific areas focus on the intellectual       provides the theoretical tools for the analysis and explanation
and socio-emotional development of individuals from birth          of those relationships and language process which involves
through aging and the effects of the near environment on           additional practice in the creative and technical aspects of
their development. Factors which effect individual variability     producing linguistic products. (The following core classes
in growth and development such as gender, family, racial,          are highly recommended for students selecting this concen-
ethnic and cultural differences will be explored. (The follow-     tration: COMM 335 in Area I, Group 2; ANTH 412I in Area IV,
ing core courses are REQUIRED for students selecting this          B, Group 3; PHIL 100, 160, 203, 204 or 305 in Area V, B,
concentration: AIS, ASAM, B/ST, CHLS or W/ST 319 in Area           Group 1 and ENGL 200 in Area VI, Group 3a. No more than
IV, A, Group 3 and ANTH 120 in Area IV, B, Group 3.)               3 units of lower division (100-200) course work may apply
Complete 15 units from:                                            toward the concentration.)
Area 1. Intellectual and Social Development (3 units):             Complete 15 units from:
     Choose from EDP 305, FCS 314, PSY 463                         Area 1. Language and Culture (3 units): Choose from ANTH
Area 2. Adult Development (3 units): Choose from GERN                   413, 475, B/ST 180, ENGL 423, 426, LING 413, 423, 426,
     400I, 464, HDEV 357I, PSY 365, SOC 464                             363I, 470, SOC 485I, COMM 309, 330, W/ST 475
Area 3. The Child in the Family (3 units): Choose from ASAM        Area 2. Language and Literature (3 units): Choose from AIS
     340, B/ST 410, FCS 319, 412, 413                                   340, A/ST 320, B/ST 140, 343, CHIN 370, CHLS 405,
                                                                        CLSC 191, C/LT 403, 404, 410, 440, 453, ENGL 382, 431,
Area 4. Social Ecology of Child Development (6 units):
                                                                        FREN 335, 336, GERM 315, 316, 470, JAPN 370, RUSS
     Choose from B/ST 420, CD 361, CHLS 350/SOC 340,
                                                                        310, SPAN 330, 341, W/ST 382
     EDP 302, 350, 485/LING 485, FCS 411, 430, HDEV 401,
     NRSG 481I, SOC 345, SOC/SW 423                                Area 3. Language/Theory and Criticism (3 units): Choose
                                                                        from C/LT 361, ENGL 318I, 384, 410, 484, PHIL 361, 484,
  Humanities Through Literature                                         R/ST 301, FEA 318I, COMM 300, 301, 306, 333, THEA
    Provides study in humanistic thought as it emerges in vari-         426
ous literary traditions. Some of the questions raised are the      Area 4. Language and Process (3 units): Choose from B/ST
following: How have great ideas found their way into litera-            450, ENGL 205, 206, 317, 405, 406, 417, COMM 331,
ture? How have societies been defined by their literature?              358, THEA 380, 480
What are the connections between writers, their literature and     Area 5. Additional Selected Study (3 units): Choose from
the societies for which they speak? Focus is on literary                ENGL 375, LING 472, COMM 355
forms, themes and traditions within a cross-cultural and world
perspective. Provides for greater understanding of various           Language Other Than English
cultures and their literature as well as a finer appreciation of       Provides opportunity for students to gain access to ad-
literature as documentation of human aspirations and spirit.       vanced preparation in reading, writing and speaking a se-
(No course used for credit in the core may be used for credit      lected language other than English. Provides insights into
in the concentration. No more than 3 units of lower division       second language acquisition and the intimate relationships
(100-200) course work may apply toward the concentration.)         linking language, cognition and culture. Students select one
Complete 15 units minimum from:                                    language in which to complete the following requirements:
Area 1. English Traditions/English Literature (3 units mini-       Complete 15 units from:
     mum): Choose from ENGL 363, 455, 456, 458, 459, 462,          Area 1. Advanced Language Study (6 units): Choose from
     467A, 467B                                                        CHIN 301, 302, FREN 312A, 312B, GERM 301, 302, ITAL
Area 2. English Traditions/American Literature (3 units                312A, 312B, JAPN 301, 302, RUSS 312, 399, SPAN 312,
     minimum): Choose from ENGL 370A, 370B, 474, 475,                  313
     476, 477A, 477B                                               Area 2. Conversation (3 units): Choose from CHIN 490,
Area 3. World Traditions (3 units): Choose one from CHIN               FREN 214, GERM 305, ITAL 214, JAPN 311, RUSS 314,
     370, C/LT 234, 236, 330A, 330B, 403, 440, FREN 335,               SPAN 314
     336, GERM 315, 316, 470, JAPN 370, RUSS 310, SPAN             Area 3. Literature (3 units): Choose from CHIN 370, FREN
     330, 341                                                          335, 336, GERM 315, 316, ITAL 490, JAPN 471, RUSS
Area 4. Multiple Voices (3 units): Choose from AIS 340, B/ST           310, SPAN 330, 341
     140, 343, CHLS 405, C/LT 404, 415I, ENGL 375, 382,            Area 4. Additional Study (3 units): Choose from CHIN 490,
     W/ST 382                                                          FREN 314, 411, 414, GERM 303, 401, ITAL 314, 490,
                                                                       JAPN 312, 350, 461, RUSS 499, SPAN 322


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  Mathematics                                                         course used to satisfy a core requirement may be used to satis-
                                                                      fy a concentration requirement.)
   Provides advanced study of mathematics consistent with
the philosophy of the California Framework in Mathematics             Complete 15 units from:
and the Standards of the National Council of Teachers of Math-        Area 1. Education in an Ethnic Perspective (3 units): Choose
ematics for the mathematics content taught through the middle             from AIS 361, ASAM 310, B/ST 420, CHLS 340
grades. (The following core courses are REQUIRED for stu-             Area 2. Multicultural Perspectives (3 units): Choose from ANTH
dents choosing this concentration: MATH 122 in Area II,                   412I, 421/LING 425, EDP 432/EDEL 430, FCS 336, HDEV
Group 2; MTED 278 in Area VI, Group 3b. Students choosing                 401, COMM 330, W/ST 401I
the Mathematics concentration must complete MATH 355 in               Area 3. Ethnic Studies (9 units): No more than one course may
the concentration—in lieu of MTED111 in the core—with a "C"               be selected from 100-200 level courses and from any one
or better grade prior to registering for MTED 402 in the core             department (courses cross-listed with CHLS will be consid-
program.)                                                                 ered CHLS department courses in this context). Choose
Complete 15 units from:                                                   from AIS 105, 106, 200, 320, 340, 420, ASAM 220, 340, 345,
Area 1. Calculus (4 units): MATH 123                                      370, 380, B/ST 110, 180, 370, 400, 410, CHLS 300/HIST
Area 2. Geometry (3 units): MATH 355                                      370, CHLS 310, CHLS 350/SOC 340, CHLS 352/SOC 341,
                                                                          CHLS 390I, 400
Area 3. Additional Selected Study (9 units): Choose from
    MATH *310, 311, 340, *341 (*Especially recommended for              Visual and Performing Arts
    those considering adding on a Single Subject Mathematics
                                                                          Allows students to develop skills in responding to the arts as
    credential at a later time.) A maximum of one other upper
                                                                      well as in creating and performing. Courses will examine the
    division mathematics course may be substituted for one of
                                                                      history of traditional Western fine arts as well as the role the arts
    the courses in Area 3 on the written recommendation of a
                                                                      play in another cultural tradition. All four components of the Cal-
    mathematics education advisor. (Such substitution may
                                                                      ifornia Framework for the Visual and Performing Arts are ad-
    require the completion of an additional lower division
                                                                      dressed: Aesthetic perception, creative expression, arts
    prerequisite: MATH 224, Calculus III).
                                                                      heritage and aesthetic valuing.
  Natural Science                                                     Complete 15 units from:
    Assures a broad knowledge base across the natural sci-            Area 1. Perception, Expression, Heritage, Valuing (6 units): ART
ences with focus upon areas of immediate scientific impor-                302 (Course no longer offered. See Liberal Studies director
tance and human concern especially relevant to those who                  for substitution.), MUS 385
seek to become elementary school teachers. Will provide stu-          Area 2. Fine Arts History (6 units): If a Theatre course was taken
dents with fundamental skills and abilities to deal confidently           in the Core, include at least one Dance course here.
with a wide variety of scientific viewpoints applied to various           Choose from ART 401, 408, 409, 410, 416, 417, 423, 424,
important issues, as well as concrete and significant examples            425, 426, 427, 436, 437, C/LT 422I, DANC 110, 435I, MUS
of scientific thinking. Students should complete all lower divi-          363I, 364I, 390, 393, THEA 346, THEA/C/LT 421I
sion (100-200) core requirements in Areas I (Mathematics) and         Area 3. Multicultural and Ethnic Arts (3 units): Choose from AIS
II (Natural Sciences) prior to beginning course work in this              320, 420, ART 335I, 455, 456, 457, 466, 467, 468, 469, 470,
concentration. (Before proposing this concentration consult               B/ST 346, 363, MUS 490
with the Liberal Studies Office as to its status vis a vis approval
by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing)                           TRACK II
Complete 15 units from:                                                   Students in this track complete a Core program (87 units
Area 1: Chemistry (4 units): CHEM 100                                 minimum) and a Concentration (24-32 units). The Track II pro-
Area 2. Astronomy (4 units): ASTR 100, 100L                           gram is both a major and an approved General Education pro-
                                                                      gram. This means that both General Education and major
Area 3: Historical Geology (4 units): GEOL 240
                                                                      requirements are satisfied by completion of the Track II pro-
Area 4: Interdisciplinary Study (3 units): Choose from BIOL/          gram. A minimum of six units of interdisciplinary course work
     GEOL 303I, MICR 300I                                             (courses with an I suffix) must be completed in the major—in
                                                                      either the core, the concentration or a combination of both.
  U.S. Multicultural Studies
                                                                      Course work used to meet the specific requirements of the core
   Students should learn from their earliest school years that        may also be used to meet the specific requirements of a con-
our nation is composed of people whose backgrounds are                centration to a maximum of 12 units of such “double counting”
rooted in cultures from around the world, and they should de-         or “overlapping.” (Although one course may satisfy two require-
velop respect for the dignity of all people and ways of life. This    ments at the same time, the units earned apply to the total units
concentration will help potential teachers to recognize that the      required for the degree only once.) Minimum units for the Liber-
history of community, state, region and nation must reflect the       al Studies major, Track II, could vary from 99-119 units depend-
experience of men and women of different racial, religious and        ing on choice of concentration and potential for overlapping
ethnic groups in our pluralistic society. (The following core         core and concentration requirements.
course is REQUIRED for students choosing this concentration:
                                                                          The Track II Core consists of a minimum of 87 units distribut-
AIS, ASAM, B/ST, CHLS or W/ST 319 in Area IV, A, Group 3.
                                                                      ed across seven areas: I. Language and Communication Stud-
Courses selected should include all four major U.S. ethnic
                                                                      ies (minimum 18 units); II. Natural Science and Mathematics
groups. No more than 3 units of lower division (100-200)
                                                                      (minimum 18 units); III. National and World Citizenship (mini-
course work may apply toward the concentration and no
                                                                      mum 18 units); IV. Social and Behavioral Science Foundations


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(minimum 9 units); V. Literary, Visual and Performing Arts (mini-        247, 310, 330, 340, 341, 355, 370A, 380, MICR 101, 300I,
mum 12 units); VI. Cultures, Values and Beliefs (minimum 9               MICR/PHIL 302I, MICR 303, NSCI 375I, 377I, PHSC 331,
units) and VII. Health Well-Being, Life-Management: (minimum             PHYS 100B, 152, PHYS/HIST 400I, PSY 210, 346I, SOC 255
3 units). Only one course per core area may be taken credit-             (For upper division work special attention is directed to the
no credit within university maxima of 24 units overall and 12 at         range of Interdisciplinary (I) courses offered in the College of
the upper division (300-400) level.                                      Natural Sciences and Mathematics; these are highly recom-
    The Track II Concentration consists of 24-32 units of course         mended.)
work in a selected discipline. A minimum of 15 of the concen- Area III: National and World Citizenship (minimum 18 units):
tration units will be in upper division (300-400) course work            Group 1. Basic Studies: a) Choose one course from HIST 172,
with the exception of the Biology and Mathematics concentra-             173, 300; b) Choose one course from POSC 100, 391, *326
tions where only 12 upper division units are required. Only              (POSC 326 is limited to students who have completed a U.S.
one concentration course may be taken credit-no credit.                  Government course in a state other than California or have
Requirements                                                             Advanced Placement Credit in U.S. Government and must
                                                                         meet Title V state and local government requirements); c)
Track II Core                                                            Choose one course from ECON 300, 368
    A minimum of 87 units as specified in Areas I, II, III, IV, V, VI    Group 2. U.S. Diversity: Choose one course from: AIS 319,
and VII. Only one course per core Area may be taken credit-              ANTH 329, 419, ASAM 200, 319, B/ST 210, 319, 325, CHLS
no credit within university limitations of 24 overall, 12 at the         319, 350, 352, POSC 323, SOC 340, 341, 346, W/ST 319
upper division (300-400) level.                                          Group 3: National Citizenship: Choose one course from B/ST
Area I: Language and Communication Studies (minimum 18                   381, C/LA 492A, EDP 492, GEOG 401I, HIST 474I, 480, LING
     units)                                                              472, POSC 210, 308, 327, 328, 420, 423, 424, 482, 486, PSY
    Group 1. Composition in English: a) Choose one course                375, SOC 449I, COMM 441I, 442I, U/ST 401I
    from ASAM 100, B/ST 100, CHLS 104, ENGL 100, ENGL                 Group 4. World Citizenship: Choose one course from ANTH 307I,
    100W; b) Choose one course from B/ST 450, ENGL 101,                  314, ECON 306I, GEOG 307I, 470, HIST 307I, 478, I/ST 478,
    205, 206, 300, 317, 407, 417, 418, THEA 380                          PHIL 351, POSC 215, 220, 306, 353, 371, 485, SOC 350
    Group 2. Oral Communication in English: Choose one                Area IV: Social and Behavioral Science Foundations (minimum 9
    course from COMM 130, 132, 210, 331, 334, 335                        units)
    Group 3. Language and Critical Thought: Choose one                   Group 1. Psychology/Sociology: Choose one course from
    course from A/ST 190, ENGL 102, HIST 101, PHIL 170,                  PSY 100, SOC 100, 142
    PSY 130, COMM 131 + 131W, *UHP 100 (*UHP 100 is lim-                 Group 2. Geography/Cultural Anthropology: Choose one
    ited to students in the University Honors Program)                   course from ANTH 120, GEOG 100, 100W, 160
    Group 4. Language Study Other than English: Complete a               Group 3. History: Choose one course from HIST 211, 212,
    two semester sequence in one language from CHIN 101,                 131, 132
    102, 201, 202, FREN 101A, B, 201A, B, GERM 101A, B,
                                                                      Area V: Literary, Visual and Performing Arts (minimum 12 units)
    201A, B, GK 101A, B, 301A, B, ITAL 101A, B, 201A, B,
    JAPN 101, 102, 201, 202, LAT 101A, B, 301A, B, RUSS                  Group 1. Visual and Performing Arts: Choose two courses
    101A, B, 201A, B, SPAN 101A, B, 201A, B (This is not a               from two different arts from AIS 320, ART 110, AH 113A,
    proficiency requirement, but a requirement for one sequen-           113B, 115B, 115C, 335I, B/ST 155, 160, 363, DANC 110,
    tial year of language study beyond current level of mastery.         435I, MUS 190, 290, 363I, 364I, 390, 490, THEA 113, 122,
    Choose the language and level appropriate to prior prepa-            THEA/C/LT 124, 324I, THEA/CLSC 421I
    ration. If prepared for more advanced 300 level of study or          Group 2. Literature: a) Choose one course from B/ST 140,
    higher, substitutions of higher level language courses for           CHLS 150, C/LT 100, 234, 236, ENGL 180, 184, 250A, 250B:
    those above can be made.)                                            b) Choose one course from AIS 340, B/ST 343, 346, CHIN
Area II: Natural Science and Mathematics (minimum of 18                  370, CHLS 405, C/LT 330A, 330B, 342, 346, 403, 404, 405,
     units):                                                             415I, 430, 440, ENGL 363, 370A, 370B, 375, 382, 385, 386,
                                                                         FREN 335, 336, GERM 315, 316, 470, JAPN 370, JOUR 315,
    Group 1. Mathematics: Choose two courses from MATH
                                                                         R/ST 425I, SPAN 330, 341, W/ST 382
    *103, 112, 114, 115, 117, 119A, 119B, 122, 123 (*MATH
    103 is not open to students who have completed a higher           Area VI: Cultures, Values and Beliefs (minimum 9 units)
    math course or its equivalent.)                                      Group 1. Western Tradition: Choose one course from either
    Group 2. Natural Sciences: a) Choose one course from                 (a) or (b): a) CLSC 310I, C/LT/HIST 310I, 312I, 414I, HIST
    BIOL 200, 205, 207, 211A; b) Choose one from ASTR                    323I/MUS 365I, HIST 335, 477A, 477B; b) HIST 371I, PHIL
    100+100L, CHEM 100, 111A, GEOL 102+104 or 105,                       100, 160, 160W, 203, 204, 330, 352, 354, 360, 361, 363, R/ST
    PHYS 100A, 104, 151, PHSC 112                                        102, 383I, 396, R/ST 482I
    Group 3. Additional Study in Science or Math: Choose                 Group 2. Non-Western Traditions: Choose one course from
    two courses, at least one of which is at the upper division          either (a) or (b): a) ANTH 321, 323, 324, 331, 332, 333, 335,
    (300-400) level, from any of the courses listed in Area II,          A/ST 300I, 301I, 393I, 495I, HIST 341A, 341B, 382A, 382B,
    Groups 1 and 2 not completed, or from ASTR 101, 200,                 383A, 383B, 385, 386, 431; b) AIS 335, ASAM 380, B/ST 353,
    370I, BIOL 153, 211B, BIOL/GEOL 303I, 309I, 401, CHEM                PHIL 306, 307, R/ST 103, 331I, 341I, 343, 344, 351
    111B, C/LA /HDEV 250, ET 202, GEOG 140, GEOL                         Group 3: Additional Study (3 units): Choose another course
    160,160+160L, 163, 190, 191, 240, MATH 180, 224, 233,                from those listed in Group 1a, 1b, 2a, and 2b not completed.



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Area VII: Health, Well-Being and Life Management (minimum       Area 3. Western Art (3 units): Choose from AH 401, 408, 409,
   3 units)                                                        410, 416, 417, 423, 424, 425, 426, 427, 436, 437, 438, 439
   Choose one course from ANTH 150, ECON 308, 309I,             Area 4. Non-Western Art (3 units): Choose from AH 455, 456,
EDP 191, 357, FCS 132, 309I, 312I, 323, FIN 309I, HSC 210,         457, 465, 466, 467, 468, 469, 470
420I, 421, 422, 423, 425I, 427, 429, HDEV 307I, 357I, KPE       Area 5. Additional Upper Division Study (6 units): Choose
157, NRSG 481I, REC 320, 340I, SW 330, 331, SOC 461I,              from courses listed in Areas 3 and 4 not completed.
462, 463, W/ST 101, 440
                                                                  Art/Studio
Track II Concentration
                                                                Special admissions deadlines apply.
    A minimum of 24 units of which 15 must be at the upper
                                                                Complete a minimum of 27 units with 12 at the upper division
division (300-400) level (with the exception of Biology and
                                                                   (300-400) level from:
Mathematics where only 12 units at the upper division are
required) from one of the disciplinary programs below. A        Area 1. Foundation Study (12 units): ART 131, 181, 182, 187
maximum of 12 units of course work used to meet require-        Area 2. Art History (3 units): Choose from AH 437, 438, 439
ments of the core may be used to satisfy the requirements of    Area 3. Selected Upper Division Study (12 units): Choose
the concentration. In such “double-counting,” one course           from ART 327A, 327B, 328A, 328B, 354A, 354B, 355A,
may satisfy two requirements but the units apply to total de-      355B, 357A, 357B, 370, 376, 378, 379, 381, 385, 387, 388,
gree requirements only once. Unit requirements in some             428A
concentrations exceed the 24 unit minimum; no concentra-
tion requires more than 32 units. Only one course in a con-       Asian American Studies
centration may be taken credit-no credit.                       Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
                                                                   (300-400) level from:
  American Indian Studies                                       Area 1. Lower Division Foundation Study (6 units): ASAM
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division       200, 220
   (300-400) level from:                                        Area 2. Upper Division Foundation Study (7 units): ASAM 345,
Area 1. Foundation Study (6 units): Choose from AIS 105,           380
   106, 200                                                     Area 3. Additional Selected Study (11 unit minimum): Choose
Area 2. Selected Area Study (12 units): Choose from AIS            from ASAM 310, 330, 340, 370 490, 499
   320, 335, 340, 361, 420, 440, 490, 497, 499
Area 3. Additional Support and Area Study (6 units): Choose       Biology
   from courses in Areas 1 and 2 not completed or from:         Complete a minimum of 32 units with 12 at the upper division
   ANTH 321, 322, 347, 349, AH 456, 457, CHLS 380, 420,            (300-400) level from:
   HIST 372                                                     Area 1. Lower Division Foundation Study (20 units): BIOL
                                                                   211A, 211B, CHEM 111A, 111B
  American Studies
                                                                Area 2. Selected Upper Division Study (12 units minimum):
Inactive, no new students admitted.                                Choose from BIOL 313, 314, 315, 316, 324, 328, 332, 333,
  Anthropology                                                     351, 413, 417, 421, 423, 424, 425, 427, 439, 453, 460, 490,
                                                                   490L, 496
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
   (300-400) level from:                                          Black Studies
Area 1. Lower Division Foundation Study (6 units) : ANTH        Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
   110, 120                                                        (300-400) level from:
Area 2. Additional Lower Division Study (3 units): Choose       Area 1. Introduction (3 units): B/ST 110
   from ANTH 140, 170                                           Area 2. History (3 units): Choose from B/ST 120, 121
Area 3. Upper Division Foundation Study (6 units): ANTH         Area 3. Selected Lower Division Study (3 units): Choose from
   313, 314                                                        B/ST 155, 160, 200, 210
Area 4. Biological Anthropology (3 units): Choose from          Area 4. Humanities (6 units): Choose from B/ST 340, 343, 346,
   ANTH 318, 363, 435                                              450
Area 5. Sociocultural Anthropology (3 units): Choose from       Area 5. Social Studies (9 units): Choose from B/ST 304, 325,
   ANTH 351, 413, 416, 421, 436                                    330, 332, 335, 337, 400, 410
Area 6. Comparative Cultures (3 units): Choose from ANTH
   321, 322, 323, 324, 331, 332, 333, 335, 345, 347, 349          Chicano-Latino Studies
                                                                Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
  Art/Art History                                                  (300-400) level from:
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division    Area 1. Lower Division Foundation Study (9 units): Choose
   (300-400) level from:                                           from CHLS 100, 101, 150, 230
Area 1. Foundation Study (9 units): Choose three courses        Area 2. Upper Division Foundation Study (9 units): CHLS 300/
   from AH 113A, 113B, 115B, 115C                                  HIST 470, 310, 350/SOC 340
Area 2. Principles and Practices (3 units): Choose from AH      Area 3. Culture Study (3 units): Choose from CHLS 390I, 395,
   307, 308, 309, 335I; ART 435                                    405, 420


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Area 4. Social Inquiry (3 units): Choose from CHLS 340, 352,    English/Literature
   380, 400, 415, 421
                                                             Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
  Comparative Literature                                        (300-400) level from:
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division Area 1. Foundation Study (8 units): ENGL 184, 363
   (300-400) level from:                                     Area 2. American Literature Survey (4 units): Choose from ENGL
Area 1. Foundation Study, Breadth (6 units): Choose from        370A, 370B
   C/LT 234, 330A, 330B                                      Area 3. British Literature (3 units): Choose from ENGL 451, 452,
Area 2. Foundation Study, Depth (3 units): Choose from C/LT     453, 455, 456, 458, 459, 462, 463, 467A, 467B, 468
   430, 449                                                  Area 4. American Literature (3 units): Choose from ENGL 474,
Area 3. Genre Study (6 units): Choose from C/LT/THEA 124,       475, 476, 477A, 477B, 478
   C/LT 232, 320I, C/LT/THEA 324I, C/LT 346, 405, 453,       Area 5. Additional Selected Study (minimum 6 units): Choose
   CLSC/THEA 421I                                               additional courses from those listed in Areas 2, 3 and 4
Area 4. Comparative Literary Study (3 units): Choose from       above or from C/LT 330A, 330B, ENGL 250A, 250B, 375, 384,
   C/LT 236, 403, 404, 440, 448, 452                            469, 479, 481, 482
Area 5. Literary Movements or Periods (3 units): Choose        English/Technical Writing
   from C/LT 349, 431, 432, 437, 438
                                                             Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
Area 6. Literature and the Other Arts (3 units): C/LT 250,      (300-400) level from:
   C/LT/HIST 310I, C/LT 410, 412I, 413I, 451I
                                                             Area 1. Foundation Study (7 units): ENGL 184, 317
  Economics                                                  Area 2. Report Forms (6 units): Choose from ENGL 417, 418,
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division    419
   (300-400) level from:                                     Area 3. Language Study (4 units): ENGL 320, LING 325
Area 1. Lower Division Foundation Study (6 units): ECON      Area 4. Additional Selected Study (minimum 7 units): Choose
   100, 101                                                     from AH 307, 309, ET 300, ENGL 384, 405, 406, 407, ENGL/
Area 2. Upper Division Foundation Study (6 units): ECON         LING 423, ENGL 491, 498N (Science as Literature), FEA 303,
   308, 360I                                                    380, 404, HIST/PHYS 400I, IS 301
Area 3. Additional Selected Study (12 units): Choose           French
   additional upper division Economics classes exclusive of
                                                             Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
   ECON 309I which may not be taken for concentration
                                                                (300-400) level from:
   credit. (With Economics Department approval, ECON 300
   and an additional upper division Economics course may     Area 1. Foundation Study (12 units): FREN 312A, 312B, 314, 411
   be substituted for ECON 100 and 101.)                     Area 2. Additional Selected Study (12 units): Choose additional
                                                                courses in French. Lower division (100-200) courses are only
  English/Creative Writing                                      appropriate if taken prior to FREN 312A or its equivalent.
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
   (300-400) level from:
                                                               Geography
Area 1. Foundation Study (8 units): ENGL 184, 370B           Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
                                                                (300-400) level from:
Area 2. Introductory Study (3 units): Choose from ENGL 205,
   206                                                       Area 1. Lower Division Foundation (9 units): Choose from GEOG
                                                                100, 140, 160
Area 3. Advanced Study (6 units): Choose from ENGL 405,
   406, 407                                                  Area 2. Methods and Techniques (3 units): GEOG 380
Area 4. Additional Selected Study (7 units minimum):         Area 3. Systematic Geography (6 units, 3 from (a) and 3 from
   Choose from ENGL 370A, 375, 384, 385, 386, 459, 467A,        (b)): a) Choose from GEOG 460, 466, 470; b) Choose from
   467B, 469, 474, 475, 476, 477A, 477B, 479, THEA 380,         GEOG 440, 442, 444, 452, 455, 460, 466, 470 ( No course
   480                                                          used to satisfy (a) may be used to satisfy (b).)
                                                             Area 4. Regional Geography (6 units, 3 from (a) and 3 from (b)):
  English/Language and Composition                              a) Choose from GEOG 304, 306; b) Choose from GEOG 304,
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division    306, 309I, 316, 318, 320I, 326 (No course used to satisfy (a)
   (300-400) level from:                                        may be used to satisfy (b).)
Area 1. Foundation Study (14 units): ENGL 184, LING 325,       German
   420, 421
                                                             Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
Area 2. Literature (4 units): Choose from ENGL 250A, 250B,
                                                                (300-400) level from:
   370A, 370B
                                                             Area 1. Foundation Study (15 units): GERM 301, 302, 315, 316,
Area 3. Additional Selected Study (6 units): Choose from
                                                                401
   ENGL 300, 317, 410, ENGL/LING 423, 426
                                                             Area 2. Additional Selected Study (minimum 9 units): Choose
                                                                additional courses in German. Lower division (100-200)
                                                                courses are only appropriate if taken prior to GERM 301 or its
                                                                equivalent.


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  History                                                      Area 2. Additional Selected Study (12 units): Choose
                                                                  additional courses in Japanese. Lower division (100-200)
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
                                                                  courses are only appropriate if completed prior to JAPN
   (300-400) level from:
                                                                  301 or its equivalent.
Area 1. Foundation Study (3 units): HIST 301
Area 2. Area Study (18 units): Choose 6 units each from          Latin American Studies
   three different areas: World Area: Choose from HIST 211,    Complete a minimum of 26 units with 15 at the upper division
   212, 492; European Area: Choose from HIST 131, 132,            (300-400) level from:
   313, 314, 316, 317, 318, 332, 333, 335, 336, 337, 339,      Area 1. Language Study (8 units): SPAN 201A, 201B
   341A, 341B, 433, 437, 438, 441; British Area: Choose
                                                               Area 2. Discipline Emphasis (6 units): Choose 6 units from
   from HIST 151, 152, 351, 353, 356, 357, 451; Latin
                                                                  one department, a minimum of 3 units to be at the upper
   American Area: Choose from HIST 162A, 162B, 362,
                                                                  division (300-400) level, from: ANTH 323, 324, 345, HIST
   364, 462, 463; United States Area: Choose from HIST
                                                                  162A, 162B, 362, 364, POSC 358, 359, 461I* (*Only those
   172, 173, 300, 371I, 372, 375, 376, 378, 379, 380, 469,
                                                                  semesters when content emphasizes Latin American
   471, 472, 473, 474I, 477A, 477B, 478, 479, 480, 485A,
                                                                  development.)
   485B, 486, 489; Asian Area: Choose from HIST 382A,
   382B, 383A, 383B, 384, 385, 386, 406, 407I, 488             Area 3. Breadth Study (6 units): Choose 3 units each from two
                                                                  additional departments and courses listed in Area 2 or
Area 3: Additional Selected Study (3 units): Choose an
                                                                  from GEOG 320I
   additional course from History Department offerings or
   from Area 2 courses not completed.                          Area 4. Additional Selected Study (6 units): Choose six
                                                                  additional units from courses listed in Area 2 and 3 or
  Human Development                                               from: HIST 462, 463, SPAN 312, 313, 314, 341, 430, 441,
    Students choosing this concentration must complete the        445, 491, 492
following courses in the core program: ANTH 120, BIOL 205        Mathematics
or 207, PSY 100, or complete them as prerequisite units to
the concentration and elective units toward the degree.        Complete a minimum of 27 units with 12 units at the upper
                                                                  division (300-400) level from:
Complete a minimum of 26 units with 15 at the upper division
     (300-400) level from:                                     Area 1. Lower Division Foundation Study (15 units): MATH
                                                                  122, 123, 224, 233
Area 1. Foundation Study (12 units): HDEV 307I, 357I, 401,
     402                                                       Area 2. Upper Division Foundation Study (6 units): MATH
                                                                  364A, 380
Area 2. Foundation Methodologies (8 units): HDEV/C/LA
     250, HDEV 320                                             Area 3. Additional Selected Study (6 units): Choose from
                                                                  MATH 310, 340, 341, 355, 361A, 381
Area 3: Area Study (6 units): Choose 6 units from one area:
     Biological Foundations Area: Choose from ANTH 318,          Music
     319, BIOL 401, PSY 241; Psychological Foundations
                                                                  Students choosing this concentration must demonstrate
     Area: Choose from C/D 361, EDP 305, PSY 331, 332,
                                                               piano proficiency equivalent to MUS 120B, voice proficiency
     333, 336, 337, 341, 345, 351, 356, 370, 438, 463;
                                                               equivalent to MUS 122A, instrument proficiency equivalent to
     Sociocultural Foundations Area: Choose from ANTH 352,
                                                               MUS 125 or complete the equivalency courses as corequisite
     ASAM 340, B/ST 410, CHLS 350/SOC 340, FCS 312I,
                                                               units to the concentration and elective units toward the de-
     412, 413, SOC 100, 320, 345, 464; Child Development
                                                               gree.
     Area: Choose from FCS 311, 312I, 314, 411, 412, 413,
     433; Gerontology Area: Choose from BIOL 401, GERN         Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
     400I, SOC 464                                                 (300-400) level from:
                                                               Area 1. Foundation Study (7 units): MUS 300, 390, 490
  Italian                                                      Area 2. Selected Historical Study (3 units): Choose from MUS
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division       363I, 364I, 393
   (300-400) level from:                                       Area 3. Additional Selected Study (minimum 14 units):
Area 1. Foundation Study (9 units): ITAL 312A, 312B, 314           Choose from courses listed in Area 2 not completed or
Area 2. Additional Selected Study (15 units): Choose               from MUS 300, MUS 422A, 425A, 460, 469, 492, 493, 495
   additional courses in Italian. Lower division (100-200)
   courses are only appropriate if completed prior to ITAL       Philosophy
   312A or its equivalent.                                     Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
                                                                  (300-400) level from:
  Japanese                                                     Area 1. Foundation Study (6 units): Choose from PHIL 342,
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division      363, 382
   (300-400) level from:                                       Area 2. Historical Focus (3 units): Choose from PHIL 413,
Area 1. Foundation Study (12 units): JAPN 301, 302, 311,          414, 421, 422, 423, 424
   312                                                         Area 3. Movements and Perspectives (3 units): Choose from
                                                                  PHIL 354, 416, 417, 418, 419




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Area 4. Additional Selected Study (12 units): Choose             Area 5. Social Change and Global Issues (3 units): Choose
   additional courses from Areas 1, 2 and 3 not completed           from SOC 350, 420, 427
   or from other departmental offerings.                         Area 6. Additional Selected Study (3 units): Choose an upper
                                                                    level (300-400) from Areas 3, 4, and 5 not completed or
  Psychology                                                        from other departmental offerings.
Impacted Program. Special Admissions criteria apply.
Complete a minimum of 26 units with 15 at the upper division       Spanish/Spanish American Literature
   (300-400) level from:                                         Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
Area 1. Lower Division Foundation Study (11 units): PSY 100,        (300-400) level from:
   200, 210                                                      Area 1. Basic Language Study (6 units): SPAN 312, 313
Area 2. Basic Processes (3 units): Choose from PSY 331,          Area 2. Foundation Study (6 units): SPAN 341, 445
   332, 333, 336, 337, 341, 342                                  Area 3. Selected Literary Study (6 units): Choose from SPAN
Area 3. Personal and Social Processes (3 units): Choose             410, 441, 491
   from PSY 351, 356, 361, 365                                   Area 4. Additional Selected Study (6 units): Choose addition-
Area 4. Additional Selected Process Study (3 units): Choose         al courses in Spanish. Lower division courses are only
   from Area 2 and 3 classes not completed.                         appropriate if completed prior to SPAN 312 or its equiva-
Area 5. Applications (3 units): Choose from PSY 310, 314,           lent.
   346I, 352, 354, 359, 366, 370, 375, 378, 381
                                                                   Spanish/Spanish Linguistics and Culture
Area 6. Additional Selected Study (3 units): Choose an
   upper level (300-400) course from Areas 2, 3, and 5 not       Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
   completed or from other departmental offerings.                  (300-400) level from:
                                                                 Area 1. Basic Language Study (6 units): SPAN 312, 313
  Religious Studies                                              Area 2. Foundation Study (6 units): SPAN 425 (course no
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division        longer offered. See Concentration Adivsor for substitu-
   (300-400) level from:                                            tion), 426
Area 1. Foundation Study (6 units): Choose from R/ST 100,        Area 3. Linguistics and Culture Selected Study (6 units):
   103, 202                                                         Choose from SPAN 412, 427, 430, 445
Area 2. Western Religious Traditions (3 units): Choose from      Area 4. Additional Selected Study (6 units): Choose addition-
   R/ST 311, 312I, 314, 315I, 322, 331I, 471I, 472I, 485, 490,      al courses in Spanish. Lower division courses are only
   494                                                              appropriate if completed prior to SPAN 312 or its equiva-
Area 3. Eastern Religious Traditions (3 units): Choose from         lent.
   R/ST 341I, 343, 344, 351
                                                                   Spanish/Spanish Literature
Area 4. Selected Upper Division Study (6 units): Choose
   from Areas 2 and 3 not completed or from R/ST 301, 302I,      Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
   375, 376I, 383I, 425I                                            (300-400) level from:
Area 5. Additional Selected Study (6 units): Choose from         Area 1. Basic Language Study (6 units): SPAN 312, 313
   courses in Areas 1, 2, 3 and 4 not completed or from          Area 2. Foundation Study (6 units): SPAN 330, 430
   ASAM 380, C/LT 342, HIST 333, PHIL 330, R/ST 499              Area 3. Selected Literary Study ( 6 units): Choose from SPAN
                                                                    410, 439, 491, 492
  Russian                                                        Area 4. Additional Selected Study (6 units): Choose addition-
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division        al courses in Spanish. Lower division courses are only
   (300-400) level from:                                            appropriate if completed prior to SPAN 312 or its equiva-
Area 1. Foundation Study (9 units): RUSS 310, 312, 314              lent.
Area 2. Additional Selected Study (15 units): Choose
   additional courses in Russian. Lower division courses
                                                                   Speech Communication
   are only appropriate if taken prior to RUSS 312 or its        Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division
   equivalent.                                                      (300-400) level from:
                                                                 Area 1. Lower Division Foundation Study (9 units): COMM
  Sociology                                                         130, 131 + 131W, 110
Complete a minimum of 24 units with 15 at the upper division     Area 2. Upper Division Foundation Study (9 units): COMM
   (300-400) level from:                                            300, 301, 309
Area 1. Foundation Study (9 units): SOC 100, 142, 335I           Area 3. Selected Upper Division Study (3 units): Choose from
Area 2. Statistics (3-4 units): Take SOC 255                        COMM 331, 335
Area 3. Ethnic and Gender Issues (3 units): Choose from          Area 4. Communication Contexts and Strategies (3 units):
   SOC 325/W/ST 325, SOC 340/CHLS 350, SOC 346, 426,                Choose from COMM 330, 412, 432, 436, 437.
   485I
Area 4. Deviance and Social Control (3 units): Choose from
   SOC 345, SOC/SW 423, SOC 440, 441I, 448



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