Appropriate for many intended majors, especially in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Students complete 60 credits of general education and 30 credits of electives that should be tailored to the future major.
Each course can be counted toward only one skill or distribution area.
Only college level courses numbered 100 or above are allowed.
Cumulative college level GPA must be at least 2.0. Courses transferred from another college do not count in GPA.
Of courses that are normally graded, no more than 30 credits may be taken as Pass/ No Credit at the student’s option.
At least 20 quarter-credits in the degree must be earned at OC.
Students should work closely with an advisor at the planned baccalaureate institution to choose courses that will apply to the bachelor’s degree
Quantitative or Symbolic Reasoning Skills (5 Credits)
College level mathematics (a course with a Mathematics prefix numbered 100 or above) furnishing the quantitative skills required in the commonly recognized educational transfer pathways towards a baccalaureate degree in Washington state; this college level mathematics course must have a prerequisite of intermediate algebra coursework completed at a 2.0 grade or higher.