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Guided Pathways

Guided Pathways

History, AA-T (CSU) A0334

Program: A0334
Looking for guidance? A counselor can help.This Guided Pathways for Success (GPS) is a suggested sequence of coursework needed for program completion. It is not an official educational plan. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor as soon as possible to create an individualized Mountie Academic Plan (MAP) specific to your goals and needs.
Suggested Sequence of CourseworkIndicates Courses Offered Online
Fall Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0
CSU ARTS CSU GE C1 Arts Crse 3.0
HIST 7 History of US to 1877 3.0
HIST 8 (or) History of US from 1865
AHIS 9 History Asian Art & Arch 3.0
AHIS 11 (or) HistAfr/Oc/NatAm Art
AHIS 12 (or) Hist Precolmbn Art Arch
ARAB 1 (or) Elem Arabic
ARAB 2 (or) Cont. Elementary Arabic
CHIN 1 (or) Elementary Chinese
CHIN 2 (or) Cont. Elementary Chinese
CHIN 3 (or) Intermediate Chinese
CHIN 4 (or) Cont Intermediate Chinese
FRCH 1 (or) Elementary French
FRCH 2 (or) Cont. Elementary French
FRCH 3 (or) Intermediate French
FRCH 4 (or) Cont. Intermediate French
GERM 1 (or) Elementary German
GERM 2 (or) Elementary German
GERM 3 (or) Intermediate German
HIST 10 (or) History of Premodern Asia
HIST 11 (or) History of Modern Asia
HIST 19 (or) History of Mexico
HIST 30 (or) Hist of African American
HIST 31 (or) Hist. of the African American
HIST 35 (or) History of Africa
HIST 36 (or) Women in American History
HIST 40 (or) Hist of Mexican American
HIST 44 (or) Native American History
ITAL 1 (or) Elementary Italian
ITAL 2 (or) Cont Elementary Italian
ITAL 3 (or) Intermediate Italian
ITAL 4 (or) Cont Intermed Italian
JAPN 1 (or) Elementary Japanese
JAPN 2 (or) Cont Elementary Japanese
JAPN 3 (or) Intermediate Japanese
JAPN 4 (or) Con Intermediate Japanese
JAPN 5 (or) Advanced Japanese
LATN 1 (or) Elementary Latin
LATN 2 (or) Cont. Elem. Latin
LIT 20 (or) African American Lit
LIT 25 (or) Mexican American Lit
POLI 25 (or) Latino Politics in U.S.
POLI 35 (or) African Amer/Black Polit
SPAN 1 (or) Elementary Spanish
SPAN 2 (or) Cont Elementary Spanish
SPAN 3 (or) Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 4 (or) Cont Intermediate Spanish
SIGN 101 (or) American Sign Language 1
SIGN 102 (or) American Sign Language 2
SIGN 103 (or) American Sign Language 3
SIGN 104 (or) American Sign Language 4
SIGN 202 (or) American Deaf Culture
Total:   13.0
Winter Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU ELECT CSU Trnsf Course (Elective) 3.0
SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0
SPCH 2 (or) Survey Comm Studies
SPCH 8 (or) Professional Speaking
Total:   7.0
Spring Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU ETHS CSU GE Area F Ethnic Studies 3.0
CSU MATH CSU GE B4 Mathematics Crse 3.0
CSU CRTTH CSU Area A-3 Crit Thnkg Course 3.0
HIST 7 History of US to 1877 3.0
HIST 8 (or) History of US from 1865
Total:   12.0
Summer Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU ELECT CSU Trnsf Course (Elective) 3.0
Total:   3.0
Fall Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU SCNC1 CSU GE B1 Physical Sc Crse 3.0
CSU ELECT CSU Trnsf Course (Elective) 3.0
HIST 3 World Hist to 1500 3.0
HIST 4 (or) World Hist since 1500
AHIS 1 IntroVisualArt&ArtHistory 3.0
AHIS 3 (or) HistWomen/GendrArt
AHIS 4 (or) Art His Prehis-Goth
AHIS 5 (or) Art History Ren-Mod
AHIS 6 (or) History Modern Art
AHIS 9 (or) History Asian Art & Arch
AHIS 10 (or) Hist Greek Roman Art Arch
AHIS 11 (or) HistAfr/Oc/NatAm Art
AHIS 12 (or) Hist Precolmbn Art Arch
ANTH 5 (or) Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 30 (or) The Native American
ARTB 1 (or) IntroVisualArt&ArtHistory
DN-T 20 (or) Hist-Appreciation Dance
GEOG 2 (or) Human Geography
GEOG 5 (or) World Regional Geography
HIST 39 (or) California History
HUMA 1 (or) Humanities and Human Exp
LIT 11A (or) World Literature to 1650
LIT 11B (or) World Literature frm 1650
MUS 12 (or) History of Jazz
MUS 14A (or) World Music
MUS 14B (or) American Folk Music
MUS 15 (or) Rock Music History
PHOT 15 (or) History of Photography
THTR 10 (or) History of Theater Arts
Total:   12.0
Recommend GEOG 1 Teaching Careers
Spring Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
CSU SCNC2 CSU GE B2 Life Sc Crse 3.0
CSU LAB CSU GE B3 Phy/Life Sc Lab Crse 1.0
CSU SELF CSU GE E Lifelong n SelfDev cr 3.0
CSU ELECT CSU Trnsf Course (Elective) 3.0
HIST 3 World Hist to 1500 3.0
HIST 4 (or) World Hist since 1500
Total:   13.0
Program Notes

AA-T History-CSU Pomona 

Accepts History-General History
Does not accept History-Pre-Credential subplan

AA-T History-CSUs

Use link to search for CSUs that accept AA-T History

https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/transfer/Pages/associate-degree-for-transfer-major-and-campus-search.aspx

 

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
Core Courses  
HIST 7 History of the United States to 1877 3
or HIST 7H History of the United States to 1877 - Honors
HIST 8 History of the United States from 1865 3
or HIST 8H History of the United States from 1865 - Honors
List A  
HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern 3
or HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern - Honors
HIST 4 World History: Early Modern to the Present 3
or HIST 4H World History: Early Modern to the Present - Honors
List B: Choose one course from each group:  
Group 1: Diversity Course 3-4
History of Asian Art and Architecture  
History of African, Oceanic, and Native American Art  
History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture  
History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture - Honors  
Elementary Arabic  
Continuing Elementary Arabic  
Elementary Chinese  
Continuing Elementary Chinese  
Intermediate Chinese  
Continuing Intermediate Chinese  
Elementary French  
Continuing Elementary French  
Intermediate French  
Continuing Intermediate French  
Elementary German  
Continuing Elementary German  
Intermediate German  
History of Premodern Asia  
History of Modern Asia  
History of Mexico  
History of the African American 1619-1877  
History of the African American  
History of Africa  
Women in American History  
History of the Mexican American  
History of Native Americans  
Elementary Italian  
Continuing Elementary Italian  
Intermediate Italian  
Continuing Intermediate Italian  
Elementary Japanese  
Continuing Elementary Japanese  
Intermediate Japanese  
Continuing Intermediate Japanese  
Advanced Japanese  
Elementary Latin  
Continuing Elementary Latin  
African American Literature  
Contemporary Mexican American Literature  
Latino Politics in the United States  
African American Politics  
Elementary Spanish  
Continuing Elementary Spanish  
Intermediate Spanish  
Continuing Intermediate Spanish  
American Sign Language 1  
American Sign Language 2  
American Sign Language 3  
American Sign Language 4  
American Deaf Culture  
Group 2: History-Related Humanities Course 3
Introduction to the Visual Arts and Art History  
History of Women and Gender in Art  
History of Women and Gender in Art - Honors  
History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic  
History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic - Honors  
History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern  
History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern - Honors  
History of Modern Art  
History of Modern Art - Honors  
History of Asian Art and Architecture  
A History of Greek and Roman Art and Architecture  
History of African, Oceanic, and Native American Art  
History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture  
History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture - Honors  
Cultural Anthropology  
The Native American  
Introduction to the Visual Arts and Art History  
History and Appreciation of Dance  
Human Geography  
Human Geography - Honors  
World Regional Geography  
California History  
Humanities and the Human Experience  
World Literature to 1650  
World Literature from 1650  
History of Jazz  
World Music  
American Folk Music  
Rock Music History and Appreciation  
History of Photography  
History of Theater Arts

 

Ethnic Studies General Education Requirement (AREA F)

New California law, AB 1460, requires CSU students to take a class in one of four ethnic studies disciplines: Native American studies, African American studies, Asian American studies, or Latina and Latino studies.

All new Fall 2021 community college CSU-transfer bound students will be required to complete the new general education requirement Mt. SAC refers to it as the Fall 2021 CSU General Education Breadth requirements.

What are the area F-Ethnic Studies course options?

Area F courses are yet to be identified-June 2022. Check the Mt. SAC General Education (CSU) website site for updates

 

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