Degrees / Certificates

Journalism

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Requirements below should be used as a guide only. Current students should consult DegreeWorks for their specific requirements based on their catalog rights. Degreeworks Report
Goal Associate in Arts
Catalog Rights Academic Year 2014-2015
Journalism - Skyline - degree
Minimum Credits Required: 24
CORE REQUIREMENTS: 24 UNITS
Mass Media and Society
3 Credits in JOUR 110
Newswriting
3 Credits in JOUR 120
Beginning Newspaper Staff
3 Credits in JOUR 320
Intermediate Newspaper Staff
3 Credits in JOUR 330
Selective Units: 12 Units from the Following
12 Credits in ART 351 or BCM. 225 or 226 or 230 or 231 or 408 or 410 or 416 or CAOT 225 or 226 or 230 or 231 or 408 or 410 or 416 or ENGL 161 or JOUR 121 or 340 or 350 or 690 or FILM 380
Basic Competency Requirements - Skyline
Competency in Reading and Writing
1 Class in ENGL 100 or 105 or 110 or 165 or LIT. 101 or 201 or 202 or 231 or 232 or 251 or 265 or 266 or 267 or 370 or 432
Reading/Writing competency can be met bysatisfactory completion of ENGL 100 or ENGL 105 or higherwith a grade of 'C' or better
Math Competency - Select one course
1 Class in MATH 120 or 123 or 130 or 150 or 153 or 200 or 201 or 222 or 241 or 242 or 251 or 252 or 253 or 270 or 275 or BIOL 215 or 230 or BUS. 120 or 123 or CHEM 210 or 220 or 234 or 235 or 237 or 238 or COMP 250 or 252 or 284 or PHYS 210 or 211 or 220 or 221 or 250 or 260 or 270 or PSYC 171
Math competency can be be met by:(a) Eligibility for MATH 130, 150, 200, 201 or 241or higher as determined by a Skyline College approved placement test; or(b) Satisfactory completion of Math 120 or equivalent,or higher; or(c) Satisfactory completion of any course having atleast MATH 120 (Intermediate Algebra) as a prerequisite.
Information Literacy Requirement Met
Information Literacy can be met by: (a) Satisfactory completion ofSkyline College English 100 or 105 taken Fall 2011or thereafter; (b) Satisfactory completion ofthe online the Information Literacy Tutorial (Consult the librarywebsite at http.skylinecollege.edu/library for details.); (c) Satisfactory completion of an equivalent college levelinformation literacy or information competency course or requirement taken outside of the SMCCCDwith a grade of C or higher.
Specific Area Requirements - Skyline
AMERICAN HISTORY AND INSTITUTIONS AREA REQUIREMENT
Students must complete one course from Group A and one coursefrom Group b, Option b1 or b2.
Group a. U.S. History & U.S. Government
3 Credits in HIST 108 or 201 or 202 or 235 or 244 or 429 or PLSC 210 Location = 2
Group b. State & Local Gov: Select Option b1 or b2
Choose 1 of the following:
( 3 Credits in HIST 240 or 310 or PLSC 301 ) or
( 3 Credits in PLSC 200 )
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Physical Education - Select Two Activity Courses
2 Classes in ADAP 348:359 or COMB 301:405 or DANC 105:450 or 665 or FITN 106:400.4 or INDV 101:255 or TEAM 100:201 or VARS 100:360 Except DANC 140 or 391 or 440 or FITN 245 or 250 or 251 or P.E. 305 or 306 or @ 670 or 672 or 690 or 695
ETHNIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY REQUIREMENT
Select One Course from the Following
3 Credits in ANTH 110 or 125 or 150 or 155 or 165 or 170 or 180 or 360 or ART 105 or 120 or BUS. 221 or 226 or COMM 150 or ENGL 103 or 104 or 203 or 204 or ECE. 272 or 273 or 275 or FCS 119 or 213 or FASH 119 or HIST 104 or 106 or 235 or 240 or 244 or 335 or 420 or 429 or 430 or 432 or 435 or 436 or 444 or 453 or INTD 120 or LIT. 116 or 251 or 265 or 266 or 267 or 370 or 373 or MUS. 240 or 250 or 276 or 420 or PHIL 300 or 320 or PLSC 320 or 330 or 335 or PSYC 238 or 268 or SOSC 150 or 270 or SOCI 141 or 142 or 143 or 201 or 341 or 432 or SPAN 161 or 162
General Education - Skyline
Minimum Credits Required: 19
IMPORTANT: Although a course may be listed in more than one areaa student may use a course to satisfy only one subject area.
Area A: English Language Communication and Critical Thinking
The Business, Mathematics and Psychology courseslisted here meet CSU GE Area B4.
A2: Written Communication Requirement
3 Credits in ENGL 100 or 110
Area A1 or A3: Select 3 Units from One Area
Choose 1 of the following:
( 3 Credits in COMM 110 or 127 or 130 or 140 or 150 ) or
( 3 Credits in BUS. 120 or 123 or ENGL 100 or 110 or 165 or MATH 130 or 150 or 153 or 200 or 201 or 222 or 241 or 242 or 251 or 252 or 253 or 270 or 275 or PHIL 103 or 109 or 200 or PSYC 171 )
AREA B: Scientific Inquiry
Note: All one unit lab courses must be successfully completedconcurrently or after 3 unit lecture companion courses.
4 Units: one course from Area B1 or B2
Choose 1 of the following:
( 3 Credits in ASTR 100 or CHEM 112 or 114 or 220 or 220 or 234 or 235 or 237 or 238 or 410 or GEOL 100 or 105 or 180 or 210 or 220 or GEOG 100 or OCEN 100 or PHYS 105 or 114 or 210 or 220 or 250 or 260 or 270 ) or
( 3 Credits in ANTH 125 or BIOL 101 or 110 or 111 or 130 or 140 or 145 or 150 or 170 or 215 or 230 or 240 or 250 or 260 or ENVS 100 )
B3. Lab Requirement - Select One Course
1 Class in ANTH 127 or ASTR 101 or CHEM 112 or 210 or 220 or 235 or 237 or 238 or 410 or GEOL 210 or 220 or PHYS 106 or 210 or 220 or 250 or 260 or 270 or OCEN 101 or BIOL 101 or 110 or 111 or 171 or 215 or 230 or 240 or 250 or 260
AREA C: ARTS and HUMANITIES
Area C1 or C2: Select 3 Units from One Area
Choose 1 of the following:
( 3 Credits in ART 101 or 102 or 105 or 107 or 115 or 120 or 130 or 201 or 221 or 248 or 350 or DANC 100 or FASH 113 or 119 or FCS 113 or 119 or FILM 370 or 450 or HUM. 117 or INTD 110 or 120 or MUS. 100 or 115 or 144 or 202 or 204 or 240 or 250 or 275 or 276 or 301 or 470 ) or
( 3 Credits in ARBC 111 or 112 or ASL 111 or 112 or 121 or 122 or CHIN 111 or 112 or 121 or 122 or 130 or ECE. 191 or ENGL 110 or 161 or FILI 110 or 111 or 112 or 120 or FILM 440 or HIST 100 or 101 or 104 or 106 or 109 or 203 or 248 or 335 or 420 or 429 or 430 or 432 or 435 or 444 or 453 or 461 or 462 or 463 or 464 or HUM. 106 or 115 or 116 or ITAL 111 or 112 or 121 or 122 or JAPN 111 or 112 or LIT. 101 or 111 or 113 or 116 or 151 or 191 or 201 or 202 or 225 or 231 or 232 or 251 or 265 or 266 or 267 or 370 or 373 or 416 or 432 or MUS. 276 or PHIL 100 or 160 or 175 or 195 or 240 or 280 or 300 or 312 or 320 or PLSC 280 or 335 or SOCI 341 or 432 or SPAN 110 or 111 or 112 or 120 or 121 or 122 or 130 or 140 or 161 or 162 or 220 or 230 )
AREA D: SOCIAL SCIENCES
Area US or D3: Select 3 Units
Choose 1 of the following:
( 3 Credits in HIST 108 or 201 or 202 or 235 or 240 or 244 or 310 or PLSC 200 or 210 or 301 ) or
( 3 Credits in ADMJ 100 or ANTH 110 or 150 or 155 or 165 or 180 or 360 or BUS. 100 or 101 or 200 or 210 or ECE. 201 or 212 or ECON 100 or 102 or 111 or 310 or EDUC 100 or FCS 212 or GEOG 110 or 150 or HIST 104 or 106 or 108 or 201 or 202 or 203 or 235 or 240 or 244 or 248 or 300 or 310 or 335 or 430 or 432 or 435 or 436 or 444 or 453 or JOUR 110 or LEGL 275 or PHIL 280 or PLSC 115 or 130 or 150 or 200 or 210 or 280 or 301 or 315 or 320 or 335 or PSYC 100 or 110 or 200 or 201 or 200 or 201 or 238 or 268 or 300 or 301 or 390 or 410 or SOCI 100 or 105 or 110 or 141 or 142 or 143 or 160 or 201 or 341 or 432 or 665 or SOSC 110 or 140 or 150 or 270 )
AREA E. LIFELONG LEARNING & SELF-DEVELOPMENT
Up to 3 units of course work in Area E may beapplied toward the completion of General Education Requirements,or students may select an additional 3 units of GeneralEducation from Areas A-D above.
Select 3 units with a maximum of 2 units of PE
3 Credits in COUN 100 or CRER 111 or 132 or 135 or 136 or 137 or 665 or ECE. 201 or FCS 310 or GERO 101 or HSCI 100 or 130 or 665 or MILT @ or P.E. 105 or 270 or PSYC 200 or 201 or SOCI 160 or ADAP 358 or 359 or COMB 301 or 302 or 401.1 or 401.2 or 401.3 or 401.4 or 404.1 or 404.2 or 404.3 or 404.4 or 405 or DANC 121.1 or 121.2 or 121.3 or 121.4 or 125.1 or 125.2 or 125.3 or 125.4 or 130.1 or 130.2 or 130.3 or 130.4 or 140.1 or 140.2 or 140.3 or 140.4 or 151.1 or 151.2 or 151.3 or 151.4 or 152.1 or 152.2 or 152.3 or 152.4 or 161 or 162 or 163 or 164 or 165 or 166 or 167 or 168 or 169 or 172.1 or 172.2 or 172.3 or 260 or 330.1 or 330.2 or 330.3 or 330.4 or 350.1 or 350.2 or 350.3 or 350.4 or 391 or 395.1 or 395.2 or 395.3 or 395.4 or 400.1 or 400.2 or 400.3 or 400.4 or 410.1 or 410.2 or 410.3 or 410.4 or 665 or FITN 106 or 112.1 or 112.2 or 112.3 or 112.4 or 116.1 or 116.2 or 116.3 or 116.4 or 166.1 or 166.2 or 166.3 or 166.4 or 199.1 or 199.2 or 199.3 or 199.4 or 201.1 or 201.2 or 201.3 or 201.4 or 219.1 or 219.2 or 219.3 or 219.4 or 301.1 or 301.2 or 301.3 or 301.4 or 304.1 or 304.2 or 304.3 or 304.4 or 305.1 or 305.2 or 305.3 or 305.4 or 308.1 or 308.2 or 308.3 or 308.4 or 314.1 or 314.2 or 314.3 or 314.4 or 332.1 or 332.2 or 332.3 or 332.4 or 334.1 or 334.2 or 334.3 or 334.4 or 335.1 or 335.2 or 335.3 or 335.4 or 400.1 or 400.2 or 400.3 or 400.4 or INDV 101.1 or 101.2 or 101.3 or 101.4 or 121.1 or 121.2 or 121.3 or 121.4 or 126 or 160.1 or 160.2 or 160.3 or 160.4 or 165.1 or 165.2 or 165.3 or 165.4 or 167 or 168 or 172 or 251.1 or 251.2 or 251.3 or 251.4 or 253 or 255 or TEAM 100 or 111.1 or 111.2 or 111.3 or 111.4 or 112 or 116 or 117 or 132.1 or 132.2 or 132.3 or 132.4 or 141.1 or 141.2 or 141.3 or 141.4 or 148.1 or 148.2 or 148.3 or 148.4 or 179 or 190 or 191 or 192 or 193 or 195 or 196 or 198 or VARS 100 or 110 or 150 or 200 or 300 or 340 or 350 or 360



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