Four Year Plan - 2013
ECONOMICS

YEAR 1: 1st Semester

Course

Units

GE Basic Skills: Written Communication

Math Requirement (meets Lower Division Math and GE Basic Skills: Mathematics)

GE Arts and Humanities

GE Comparative Cultures       

Elective

3

3

3

3

3

Total

15

YEAR 1: 2nd Semester

Course

Units

Economics Communication Requirement

Lower Division Statistical Method Requirement SOM 120 or Math140

GE Natural Science (with lab requirement)

GE Basic Skills: Oral Communication

GE Comparative Cultures

3

3

4

3

3

Total

16

YEAR 2: 1st Semester

Course

Units

Accounting 220

Economics 160

GE Natural Science (with lab requirement)

GE Basic Skills: Critical Thinking

Title 5 Requirement

3

3

4

3

3

Total

16

YEAR 2: 2nd Semester

Course

Units

Title 5 Requirement

Economics 161

GE Social Sciences    

Electives             

3

3

3

6

Total

15

YEAR 3: 1st Semester

Course

Units

GE Upper Division Arts and Humanities (select course to meet IC part 2 requirement)

Economics 309

Economics 310 (also counts in GE Upper Division Social Science)

Economics 311

Elective

3

3

3

3

3

Total

15

YEAR 3: 2nd Semester

Course

Units

GE Upper Division Lifelong Learning

Economics 401

Upper Division Economics Elective

Electives

3

3

3

6

Total

15

YEAR 4: 1st Semester

Course

Units

Upper Division Economics Elective (300 or 400 level)         

Upper Division Economics Elective (400 level)

Upper Division Electives

3

3

7

Total

13

YEAR 4: 2nd Semester

Course

Units

Upper Division Economics Elective (300 or 400 level)         

Upper Division Economics Elective (400 level)

Electives (at least 7 units must be Upper Division Elective Units)

3

3

9

Total

15

OVERALL TOTAL UNITS

120

Key

  • GE = General Education Plan R Requirement. Note: GE courses are shown in a suggested sequence in this guide.
  • Title 5 = American History and Government Requirement
  • Elective = Additional course of your choice
  • IC = Information Competence (Part 1 Basic Skills and Part 2 Subject Explorations) GE courses required for students graduating 2010 or later