Designed for students who are interested in a personalized program of studies that will help them attain their educational, career, and personal goals.
Courses Required for the Major:
- An approved program of eighteen or more units that is judged by the student and the college to be relevant in achieving his/her educational, vocational, and personal goals.
- The design of the major should reflect in its structure a core of concentration that meets special individualized needs not satisfied by other curriculums found at this college.
- In accomplishing this, courses, may be selected from any of the offerings in the catalog for which prerequisites have been met. Only one course from the pattern for the major may be used to satisfy SDCCD general education requirements.
- Students selecting this program must consult with a member of the Counseling Department for assistance in developing and filing a suitable educational plan.
- Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree.
- Electives are particularly important in this program. They may be used by the student to strengthen the major, explore new fields of interest, and satisfy graduation requirements at a four- year institute.
The student who plans carefully may fulfill the requirements for the A.A. Degree and also complete most lower division requirements at the four-year institution of his/her choice in the major area and in general education.
For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree.
See also generalized guide for transfer students.