Segment I: Basic Subjects

Written Communication; Oral Communication; Critical Thinking; Quantitative Reasoning

Segment II: Arts and Sciences Core

Physical and Biological Sciences Area; Behavioral and Social Sciences Area; Humanities and Creative Arts Area

Segment III: Relationships of Knowledge

African Contributions to World Culture
Africana Experience in the U.S.
AIDS: The Modern Epidemic
America and World Affairs
America in the Nineteenth Century
American Culture and Society
Arts in Contemporary Society
Arts in Society
Asian Americans: Diverse Responses to the American Experience
Asian Society, Politics, and Culture
Audience and the Arts

Business, Tourism and Technology in a Global Society

California Cultures and Environments
Challenges to Health Care Policy
Chemicals: Enticing, Dangerous, and Essential
Children in Families and Society
Cross-cultural Studies in Language and Art

Dynamics of the City

Ethics for the Contemporary World
Evolution and Change: Processes and Problems
Exploring the Future: Next 20 Years

Family Dynamics and Societal Change
Food, Cuisine, and Culture

Gender and Culture: Identities, Images, Interactions
Globalization and Citizenship in the Americas
Global Peace, Human Rights, and Justice Studies

Health and Wellness
Historical and Cultural Perspectives on the Arts
Holistic Health
Housing, Culture, and Society
Human Communication
Human Development
Human Disability in Society
Human Expression: Diversity, Contradiction, Unity
Human Sexuality: Biological, Psychological, Sociocultural, and Humanistic Aspects

Ideas and the Making of Culture
Integrating the Social Sciences
Islamic Societies and Cultures

Jewish Experience

Latin America: Society and Culture
Law, Crime, and Justice

Making Cities Humane
Maximizing Personal Potential: Body-Mind Integration
Media and Social Issues
Media Literacy in the Electronic Culture
Medieval and Renaissance Europe
Mediterranean and Middle East: Cultural Crossroads
Multicultural Human Relations

Nineteenth and Twentieth Century European Contributions to World Culture

Our Violent Planet

Perspectives on Aging
Planning the Urban Environment
Preservation of a Livable Environment

Raza Immigrant Communities in the U.S.
Religious Studies
Revolution in Comparative Perspective

Science and Human Values
Social Issues and the Media (See Media and Social Issues)
Stress, Work, and Leisure
Study Abroad: Exploring Cultural, Ethnic, or Social Diversity from Multidisciplinary Perspectives (9 units minimum)

Third World Development

Understanding Public Policy

Women: Half the World
Women of Color in the U.S.

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