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Communication

13 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

ENGL& 101

English Composition I [C]

5

English - select 5 additional credits from the following:

ENGL& 102

Composition II [C]

5

ENGL& 235

Technical Writing [C]

5

Communication Studies - select a minimum of 3 credits from the following:

CMST& 101

Introduction to Communication Studies [C]

5

CMST 104

Speech Essentials [C]

3

CMST 110

Communication Behavior [C]

3

CMST& 210

Interpersonal Communication [C]

5

CMST& 220

Public Speaking [C]

5

CMST 260

Multicultural Communication [C]

5

Note: Credit not granted for both CMST 104 and CMST& 220.
Note: Credit not granted for both CMST 110 and CMST& 210.

Subtotal: 13

Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning

Select one course from either the Quantitative Reasoning or Symbolic Reasoning courses

5 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

Quantitative Reasoning:

MATH& 107

Math In Society [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 141

Precalculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 142

Precalculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 144

Precalculus I & II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 151

Calculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 152

Calculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 153

Calculus III [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 254

Calculus IV [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 146

Introduction to Stats [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 147

Finite Math [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 148

Business Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 172

Math for Elementary Education II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 173

Math for Elementary Education III [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 243

Linear Algebra [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 246

Discrete Structures [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 255

Differential Equations [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

Symbolic Reasoning:

PHIL& 120

Symbolic Logic [Q/SR]

5

Note: A single Math course cannot be counted for both a Natural Science and Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning requirement.

Subtotal: 5

Humanities

Select three courses from the list below. Courses must be selected from at least two of the three groups. At least one course must be selected from Group A. Only one course may be selected from Group C.

15 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

Group A - at least one course must be selected from this group; a maximum of two of your three courses may be selected from this group:

ART& 100

Art Appreciation [H]

5

ART 116

Art History Ancient World [H]

5

ART 117

Art History Medieval-Baroque [H]

5

ART 118

Art History Modern Times [H]

5

DRMA& 101

Intro to Theatre [H]

5

DRMA 215

Survey of Theatre History [H]

5

ENGL& 111

Intro to Literature [H]

5

ENGL 140

The Cinema [H]

5

ENGL 160

Women's Literature [H]

5

ENGL 180

Multicultural Literature [H]

5

ENGL 195

Bible As Literature [H]

5

ENGL 203

Mythology [H]

5

ENGL 210

Intro to Linguistics [H]

5

ENGL& 220

Intro to Shakespeare [H]

5

ENGL& 236

Creative Writing I [H]

5

ENGL& 237

Creative Writing II [H]

5

ENGL& 244

American Literature I [H]

5

ENGL& 245

American Literature II [H]

5

ENGL& 246

American Literature III [H]

5

ENGL& 254

World Literature I [H]

5

ENGL& 255

World Literature II [H]

5

ENGL& 256

World Literature III [H]

5

ENGL 257

English Grammar [H]

5

ENGL 264

English Literature [H]

5

ENGL 265

English Literature [H]

5

ENGL 266

English Literature [H]

5

ENGL 275

The Lord of The Rings [H]

5

ENGL 280

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer Studies [H]

5

MUSC& 105

Music Appreciation [H]

5

MUSC 116

History of Jazz [H]

5

Group B - a maximum of two of your three courses may be selected from this group:

CMST 221

Communication Skills for Conflict Resolution [H]

5

CMST 246

Oral Interpretation [H]

5

HIST& 126

World Civilizations I [H]

5

HIST& 127

World Civilizations II [H]

5

HIST& 128

World Civilizations III [H]

5

ICS 120

Survey of Hispanic Culture [H]

5

ICS 125

Native American Culture [H]

5

ICS 130

Survey of Asian American Culture [H]

5

ICS 135

Survey of African American Cultures [H]

5

ICS 222

Columbia Basin Cultures [H]

5

PHIL& 101

Intro to Philosophy [H]

5

PHIL 106

Introduction to Logic [H]

5

PHIL 131

World Religions [H]

5

PHIL 150

Introduction to Ethics [H]

5

WS 155

Women's Cultural Heritage [H]

5

Group C - only one of your three courses may be selected from this group:

FRCH& 121

French I [H]

5

FRCH& 122

French II [H]

5

FRCH& 123

French III [H]

5

JAPN& 121

Japanese I [H]

5

JAPN& 122

Japanese II [H]

5

JAPN& 123

Japanese III [H]

5

JAPN& 221

Japanese IV [H]

5

JAPN& 222

Japanese V [H]

5

JAPN& 223

Japanese VI [H]

5

SPAN& 121

Spanish I [H]

5

SPAN& 122

Spanish II [H]

5

SPAN& 123

Spanish III [H]

5

SPAN& 221

Spanish IV [H]

5

SPAN& 222

Spanish V [H]

5

SPAN& 223

Spanish VI [H]

5

SPAN 110

Beginning Spanish for Professionals [H]

5

SPAN 111

Intermediate Spanish for Professionals [H]

5

SPAN 112

Advanced Spanish for Professionals [H]

5

SPAN 205

Spanish for Spanish Speakers [H]

5

SPAN 206

Spanish for Spanish Speakers [H]

5

SPAN 207

Spanish for Spanish Speakers [H]

5

Subtotal: 15

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Courses must be selected from two different subject areas

15 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

ANTH& 100

Survey of Anthropology [S/B]

5

ANTH& 204

Archaeology [S/B]

5

ANTH& 206

Cultural Anthropology [S/B]

5

ANTH& 234

Religion & Culture [S/B]

5

BUS& 101

Introduction to Business [S/B]

5

CJ& 101

Introduction to Criminal Justice [S/B]

5

CMST& 102

Intro to Mass Media [S/B]

5

ECON 110

Economic Trends, Issues and Policy [S/B]

5

ECON& 201

Micro Economics [S/B]

5

ECON& 202

Macro Economics [S/B]

5

ECON 291

History of American Economic Development [S/B]

1–5

GEOG& 200

Human Geography [S/B]

5

HIST 107

Chicano History [S/B]

5

HIST 108

History of Immigration In The U.S. [S/B]

5

HIST 110

History of Modern East Asia [S/B]

5

HIST 111

Colonial Latin America [S/B]

5

HIST 112

Modern Latin America [S/B]

5

HIST 113

Mexico Since Independence [S/B]

5

HIST 115

Intro to Middle East History & Society [S/B]

5

HIST 115 is cross-listed with SOC 115. A student may not use equivalent cross-listed courses for the same graduation requirement.

HIST& 146

U.S. History I [S/B]

5

HIST& 147

U.S. History II [S/B]

5

HIST& 148

U.S. History III [S/B]

5

HIST 233

War In History [S/B]

5

ICS 220

Globalization [S/B]

5

ICS 220 is cross-listed with SOC 220. A student may not use equivalent cross-listed courses for the same graduation requirement.

ICS 255

Race and Ethnic Relations [S/B]

5

POLS 104

State and Local Government [S/B]

5

POLS& 201

Intro Political Theory [S/B]

5

POLS& 202

American Government [S/B]

5

POLS& 203

International Relations [S/B]

5

POLS& 204

Comparative Government [S/B]

5

POLS 205

American Political Thought [S/B]

5

PSYC& 100

General Psychology [S/B]

5

PSYC& 200

Lifespan Psychology [S/B]

5

PSYC 201

Social Psychology [S/B]

5

PSYC 209

Fundamentals of Psychological Research [S/B]

5

PSYC& 220

Abnormal Psychology [S/B]

5

SOC& 101

Intro to Sociology [S/B]

5

SOC 110

Gender, Media, & Popular Culture [S/B]

5

SOC 115

Intro to Middle East History & Society [S/B]

5

SOC 115 is cross-listed with HIST 115. A student may not use equivalent cross-listed courses for the same graduation requirement.

SOC 150

Marriage, Family, and Relationships [S/B]

5

SOC 160

Gender Studies [S/B]

5

SOC& 201

Social Problems [S/B]

5

SOC 220

Globalization [S/B]

5

SOC 220 is cross-listed with ICS 220. A student may not use equivalent cross-listed courses for the same graduation requirement.

SOC 221

Sociology of Deviance and Crime [S/B]

5

SOC 269

Sociology of World Cinema [S/B]

5

SSCI 290

Social Research Methods [S/B]

4

and

 

SSCI 291

Social Research Methods Lab [S/B]

1

Subtotal: 15

Mathematical & Natural Science

Courses must be selected from two different subject areas. At least 10 credits must be from Natural Science courses. NOTE: One course must be a laboratory science.

15 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

Mathematical - a maximum of up to 5 of your 15 credits may be selected from the following. NOTE: One course of your 15 credits must be a laboratory science.

CS 102

Programming Fundamentals [M/S]

5

CS& 131

Computer Science I C++ [M/S]

5

CS& 141

Computer Science I Java [M/S]

5

CS 162

C++2 [M/S]

5

CS 202

Programming Fundamentals 2 [M/S]

5

CS 236

Advanced Object Oriented Programming [M/S]

5

MATH& 107

Math In Society [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 113

Geometry/Trigonometry [M/S]

5

MATH& 141

Precalculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 142

Precalculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 144

Precalculus I & II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 146

Introduction to Stats [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 147

Finite Math [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 148

Business Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 151

Calculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 152

Calculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 153

Calculus III [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 171

Math for Elementary Education I [M/S]

5

MATH& 172

Math for Elementary Education II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 173

Math for Elementary Education III [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 243

Linear Algebra [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 246

Discrete Structures [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH& 254

Calculus IV [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH 255

Differential Equations [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

Note: A single Math course cannot be counted for both a Natural Science and Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning requirement.

Natural Science (non labs) - a maximum of up 10 of your 15 credits may be selected from the following. NOTE: One course of your 15 credits must be a laboratory science.

ANTH& 205

Biological Anthropology [M/S]

5

CHEM 260

Biochemistry [M/S]

5

CHEM 281

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 282

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 283

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 284

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 285

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 286

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 291

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 292

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 293

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 294

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 295

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

CHEM 296

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

1–3

ENVS 174

Intro to Meteorology and The Atmosphere [M/S]

5

GEO 101

Physical Geography [M/S]

5

NUTR& 101

Nutrition [M/S]

5

PHYS 102

Physics of Everyday Experience [M/S]

5

Natural Science (labs) - NOTE: One course of your 15 credits must be a laboratory science. Select one course from the following:

ANTH 214

Biological Anthropology Lab [M/S]

1

ASTR& 101

Intro to Astronomy W/ Lab [M/S]

5

ASTR 102

Intro to Astronomy - Part II W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL& 100

Survey of Biology W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL 140

Fundamentals of Botany W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL 148

Plant Identification W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL& 160

General Biology W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL& 175

Human Biology W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL 201

Soils W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL 201 is cross-listed with AG 201. A student may not use equivalent cross-listed courses for the same graduation requirement.

BIOL& 211

Majors Cellular W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL& 212

Majors Plant W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL& 213

Majors Animal W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL& 241

Human A&P 1 W/ Lab [M/S]

6

BIOL& 242

Human A&P 2 W/ Lab [M/S]

6

BIOL 252

Insects of Economic Importance W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL 252 is cross-listed with AG 252. A student may not use equivalent cross-listed courses for the same graduation requirement.

BIOL 253

Plant Pathology W/ Lab [M/S]

5

BIOL& 260

Microbiology W/ Lab [M/S]

6

CHEM& 110

Chemical Concepts W/ Lab [M/S]

5

CHEM& 121

Intro to Chemistry W/ Lab [M/S]

5

CHEM& 122

Intro to Organic Chemistry W/ Lab [M/S]

5

CHEM& 123

Intro to Biochemistry W/ Lab [M/S]

5

CHEM& 131

Intro to Organic/Biochemistry W/ Lab [M/S]

5

CHEM& 140

General Chemistry Prep W/ Lab [M/S]

5

CHEM& 161

General Chemistry I W/ Lab [M/S]

6

CHEM&162

 

CHEM&163

 

CHEM&
241/251

Organic Chemistry I [M/S] + Lab

6

CHEM&
242/252

Organic Chemistry II [M/S] + Lab

6

CHEM&
243/253

Organic Chemistry III [M/S] + Lab

6

CHEM 254/264

Quantitative Analysis [M/S] + Lab

5

CHEM 255/265

Instrumental Analysis [M/S] + Lab

5

ENVS& 101

Intro to Environmental Science W/Lab [M/S]

5

GEOL& 101

Intro to Physical Geology W/ Lab [M/S]

5

GEOL& 103

Historical Geology W/ Lab [M/S]

5

GEOL& 110

Environmental Geology W/ Lab [M/S]

5

PHYS& 110

Physics for Non-Science Majors W/ Lab [M/S]

5

PHYS& 114

General Physics I W/ Lab [M/S]

5

PHYS& 115

General Physics II W/ Lab [M/S]

5

PHYS& 116

General Physics III W/ Lab [M/S]

5

PHYS& 221

Engineering Physics I W/ Lab [M/S]

5

PHYS& 222

Engineering Physics II W/ Lab [M/S]

5

PHYS& 223

Engineering Physics III W/ Lab [M/S]

5

Subtotal: 15

Health & Physical Education

Select three credits from either the Health lecture or PE activity courses. A maximum of three PE credits may be applied to the degree (consult with advisor about this rule).

3 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

Health Lecture:

HE 110

Concepts of Fitness [Pe]

2

HE 160

Diet, Exercise & Weight Control [PE]

2

HE 161

HIV/AIDS Issues and Strategies [Pe]

2

HE 162

HIV/AIDS Education [Pe]

1

HE 170

Health and Wellness [PE]

3

HE 171/172

Exercise Prescription [PE] + Lab

3

HE 210

Sports Nutrition [Pe]

3

HE 215/216

Health and Fitness for Life [PE] + Lab

4

HE 220

Drugs and Health [Pe]

3

HE 232

Sports Psychology [Pe]

3

HE 240

Stress Management [PE]

3

HE 250

Sports Management [Pe]

3

PE Activity:

PE 110

Aerobics Step Training I [Pe]

1

PE 111

Aerobics Step Training II [Pe]

1

PE 112

Aerobic Dance I [PE]

1

PE 113

Aerobic Dance II [PE]

1

PE 114

Aerobic Dance III [PE]

1

PE 115

Body Mechanics [PE]

1

PE 116

Pilates [PE]

1

PE 117

Yoga I [PE]

1

PE 118

Step Aerobic Interval Training [Pe]

1

PE 119

Yoga II [PE]

1

PE 120

Weight Training I [Pe]

1

PE 121

Weight Training II [Pe]

1–2

PE 122

Weight Training III [Pe]

1–2

PE 127

Fitness Center [PE]

1–6

PE 135

Golf Swing Analysis Strategies [Pe]

2

PE 140

Softball I [Pe]

1

PE 141

Softball II [Pe]

1

PE 142

Softball III [Pe]

1

PE 145

Soccer I [PE]

1

PE 146

Soccer II [PE]

1

PE 147

Soccer III [Pe]

1

PE 148

Jogging I [Pe]

1–2

PE 160

Basketball I [PE]

1

PE 161

Basketball II [PE]

1

PE 162

Basketball III [PE]

1

PE 163

Volleyball I [PE]

1

PE 164

Volleyball II [PE]

1

PE 165

Volleyball III [PE]

1

PE 180/182

Adaptive PE [PE] + Lab

3

PE 187

Baseball I [PE]

1–2

PE 188

Baseball II [PE]

1

PE 189

Baseball III [PE]

1

PE 190

Cardio Kickboxing I [PE]

1

Subtotal: 3

Electives

Courses must be numbered 100 or above. A maximum of 15 credits from restricted electives may be applied. Please consult with an advisor/counselor for appropriate course selection.

24 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

5

5

5

5

4

Subtotal: 24
Total Credits Required: 90

Graduation Requirements:

  • Required minimum 90 credits.
  • Required minimum cumulative college-level GPA of 2.0.
  • Minimum grade per course 1.0.
  • At least one-third of the college-level, degree applicable credits must be taken at CBC.
  • Depending on your major, some course choices may be more appropriate than others. Consult with your counselor, completion coach or faculty advisor.
  • Maximum three credits of PE may be applied.
  • A student may not use equivalent cross-listed courses for the same graduation requirement. Refer to the Cross-Listed Courses section of the catalog for more information, and consult with your counselor, completion coach, or faculty advisor.
  • Refer to Catalog Option Policy for information about using previous degree requirements.
  • For individual college requirements, see Provisions on our Transfer Opportunities webpage.

 

Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) Information:

For transferring students, 75 of the 90 credits must be fully transferable as defined by the Intercollege Relations Commission (ICRC) guidelines for the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) to be honored by four-year institutions in Washington. A maximum of 15 elective credits may be professional/technical courses numbered 100 or above. The DTA will fulfill college and university general education requirements only. It may not meet unique institutional requirements, and does not modify admissions criteria for baccalaureate institutions. Upon entry to a baccalaureate institution, a DTA will generally provide a student with at least 90 quarter (60 semester) credits.

 

Disclaimer:

During the period this guide is in circulation, there may be curriculum revisions and program changes. Students are responsible for consulting the appropriate academic unit, completion coach or advisor for current and specific information. The information in this guide is subject to change and does not constitute an agreement between the College and the student.