CCAF General Education RequirementsCredit HoursSFCC CoursesPrerequisites
Speech3Public Speaking (COMM 101)
No
Written Communications3English Composition (ENGL 101)Yes or equivalent placement score
Math3Intermediate Math with Review (MATH 110)

Intermediate Algebra (MATH 112)
Yes or equivalent placement score

Equivalent placement score
Social Sciences3US History Before 1877 (HIST 101)

US History Since 1877 (HIST 102)

General Sociology (SOC 100)

Marriage and Family (SOC 102)

General Psychology (PSY 101)

American/National Government (POLS 101)

Introduction to Political Science (POLS 103)

World Civilization Before 1500 (HIST 108)

World Civilization After 1500 (HIST 109)

Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 101)
Yes or equivalent placement score
Humanities3Introduction to Literature (LIT 101)

American Literature (LIT 107)

English Literature (LIT 109)

Art Appreciation (ART 101)

Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 101)

Living Religions (PHIL 104)
All courses have prerequisites or equivalent placement scores except Art Appreciation, which has no requirements.

Prerequisites

ENGL 101ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
LIT 109ENGL 070 with grade of C or higher or equivalent placement score
Math 110MATH 061 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
Math 112Equivalent placement score
HIST 101 and 102ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
SOC 100 and 102ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
PSY 101ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
POLS 101ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
POLS 103ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
LIT 101 and 107ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
PHIL 101ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
PHIL 104ENGL 070 with grade of C or better or equivalent placement score
HIST 108 and 109ENGL 070 with grade or better or equivalent placement score
ECON 101ENGL 070 and MATH 061 with grades of C or better or equivalent placement scores

Note: Developmental courses are numbered below 100 and focus on skills that need to be developed to prepare a student to enter college-level courses. Students placed in these courses as a result of placement testing and a grade of C or higher must be earned to advance to the next course in the sequence. Developmental courses cannot be applied to a degree or certificate.

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