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									                                 Evergreen Valley College
                                 GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM
                                                         WJU—
                          Articulation Agreement for the WJU—TRADITIONAL PROGRAM

                                                                                        WJU
1. ENGLISH COMMUNICATION                                                                 9
 (9 semester units, one course from each area A, B & C)
a. ENGL 1A
b. ENGL 1C; IDIS 60; PHIL 60
c. COMS 10, 20, 40, 45
2. MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING                                      3
 (3 semester units, 1 course)
BUS 60; MATH 21, 22, 51, 52, 61, 63, 71, 72, 73, 78, 79
3. ARTS AND HUMANITIES                                                                   6
(6 semester units, one course from each area A & B)
a. Arts: ART 90, 91, 92, 93; DRAMA 23, 40; ENGL 72; ETH 11*; MUSIC 8A, 8B, 83,
90*, 91, 92, 95, 99; THEAT 20, 24M, 24S, 25A*, 40
b. Humanities: ENGL 1B, 21, 28, 33, 35, 60*, 62*, 73, 80*, 82A*, 82B*, 84A, 84B, 86A,
86B; ETH 28*; FREN 1A*, 1B*, 2A*, 2B*, 91A*, 91B*; HUMNT 2; PHIL 10, 11, 12, 65,
                            SSCI
70; SL 1A*, 1B*, 2A*, 2B*; SSCI 20*, 30*, 40*, 42*; SPAN 1A*, 1B*, 2A*, 2B*, 20A*,
20B*, 91A*, 91B*
4. SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES                                                        6
(6 semester units, one course from each area A & B)
A. AJ 10, 11, 13, 14; ANTH 62*, 63*, 90*; ECON 10A, 10B; ETHS 28*, 35*; GEOG 11*;
HIST 1, 9, 12*, 17A, 17B, 21*, 22*; IDIS 90; JOURN 10; POLS 1; SSCI 20*, 30*, 40*,
42*, 50; SOC 10, 11
B. FCS 60, 70; PSYCH 1, 18, 30, 35, 47, 60, 92, 96, 99, 100
5. PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES                                                     7-8
(7 to 8 semester units, two courses) Must include laboratory course which must be a
minimum of at least 4 semester units. Laboratory courses are underlined.
ANAT 1; AP 3; ASTRO 10, 10&10L; BIOL 1, 2, 3, 20, 21A, 61, 64, 65; BOT 62; CHEM
1A, 1B, 12A, 12B, 15, 30A, 30B, 65; ENVIR 10; GEOG 10; MICRO 70; NS 10A, 10B;
OCEAN 10; PHYSC 12; PHYS 1, 2A, 2B, 4A, 4B, 4C
6. HISTORY                                                                               6
(6 semester units, two courses)
HIST 3A & 3B or HIST 10A & 10B

One                cross-                                 asterisk                   cross-
One course must be cross-cultural; course numbers with an asterisk denote acceptable cross-cultural courses.




Office of the Registrar                          Page 1                                       4/27/2006
William Jessup University Notes:
  1. Students should consult with Counselors to determine the most appropriate General
     Education patterns for their intended majors and transfer institutions. Contact the Office of
     Admissions at (916) 577-2222.
  2. The WJU transfer curriculum articulation agreement represents the ideal curriculum for
     students wishing to transfer to WJU. WJU will accept IGETC for fulfillment of all lower division
     General Education requirements. The IGETC is a 37-39 unit general education program by
     which California community college students may fulfill all lower division general education
     requirements. Credit awarded will not exceed the number of units on their IGETC certification.
  3. Students who have completed a minimum of 60 units and the IGETC will also satisfy 9 units
     of Bible and Theology and 6 units of upper division Foundational Studies courses at WJU
     which are required for a Bachelor Degree. The content of these courses at WJU represents a
     major portion of our distinctiveness as a university and are therefore required of all students
     who enroll.

  4. Where the IGETC requirements for CSU/UC exceed WJU requirements, the extra units will
     transfer to meet other general education requirements.
  5. Courses that meet CSU requirements for the listed categories will satisfy WJU requirements in
     similar categories.
  6. Each course used to fulfill transfer requirements must be completed with minimum grades of
     “C-” or better.
  7. Advanced placement exams and CLEP may be used to satisfy requirements. Check with the
     Office of the Registrar for AP and CLEP policies.
  8. The above requirements apply to WJU programs. However, one may transfer a total of 64
     units from a community college. Of these total units the following limits apply: Physical
     Education—4 units; Applied units such as music lessons or auto mechanics—8 units.
  9. Students should consider planning lower division coursework to meet prerequisites for
     declared major and upper division requirements.

                             Summary of General Education Requirements
                          For William Jessup University “Traditional Program”.
  General Education Transfer Courses:
  English Communication
        English Composition equivalent to Eng 1A and Eng 1B                                             6
        Communication Elective                                                                          3
  Math (college level algebra or above)                                                                 3
  Arts & Humanities
        Fine Arts Elective                                                                              3
        Humanities Elective                                                                             3
  Social & Behavioral Sciences                                                                          6
  Physical & Biological Sciences
        Science (with lab)                                                                               4
        Science                                                                                        3-4
  History
        Western or World Civilization I                                                                3
        Western or World Civilization II                                                               3
                                                                                        Total      37-38



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