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The Passport Block listed here is for general information only. Students must see the institution's website for access to the official block.

Passport Block

 Students must take one course from each of the nine blocks to fulfill the passport requirements.

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

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Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
COMS 1100 Public Speaking
COMS 1200 Small Group Communication
COMS 1300 Interpersonal Communication
COMS 1700 Introduction to Mass Communication

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

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Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ENGL 1001 College Composition
ENGL 1502 Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

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Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
MATH 1050 Elementary Statistics
MATH 1100 College Algebra
MATH 1200 Pre-Calculus
MATH 1400 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
MATH 1500 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
MATH 2400 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
MATH 2500 Ordinary Differential Equations
MATH 2600 Introduction to Linear Algebra

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

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Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ASTR 1110 Astronomy
BIO 1000 Introduction to Life Sciences
BIO 1400 Environmental Principles
BIO 1500 Human Biology
BIO 1700 Field Botany
BIO 2100 General Biology I: Unity of Life
BIO 2200 General Biology II: The Diversity of Life and Ecology
BIO 2600 Microbiology
BIO 2700 Human Anatomy
BIO 2800 Human Physiology
CHEM 1000 Introduction to Chemistry
CHEM 1100 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry
CHEM 2000 General Chemistry I
CHEM 2100 General Chemistry II
ENVS 1002 Environmental Science
GEOG 1110 Physical Geography
GEOL 1110 Environmental Geology
GEOL 1120 Geology of the National Parks
GEOL 1130 Geology of California
GEOL 1140 Oceanography
GEOL 1210 Physical Geology/Lab
GEOL 1220 Historical Geology/Lab
PHYS 1001 Physics by Exploration
PHYS 1010 Conceptual Physics
PHYS 1105 General Physics I
PHYS 1110 General Physics II
PHYS 2105 Mechanical Physics, Oscillations, and Waves
PHYS 2110 Electrical Physics, Light
PHYS 2115 Heat, Modern, and Quantum Physics

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

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Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ASL 1020 Beginning American Sign Language
ECE 1502 Serving Children and Families
ENGL 1038 Multiculture Communication
ENGL 1501 Advanced Composition - Literature
ENGL 2043 World Literature I
ENGL 2044 American Literature I
ENGL 2046 British Literature I
ENGL 2543 World Literature II
ENGL 2544 American Literature II
ENGL 2546 British Literature II
HIST 1007 Native American History
HIST 1009 World Civilizations to 1450
HIST 1010 World Civilizations since 1450
HUM 1001 Introduction to Humanities
HUM 1005 Humanities and Film
MUS 1234 Diversity in American Music
PHIL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1003 Ethics
PHIL 1014 Philosophy of Love, Sex, and Marriage
PHIL 1020 World Religions: Western Cultures
PHIL 1021 World Religions: Eastern Cultures

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

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Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ADJ 1001 Introduction to Administration of Justice
ADJ 1505 Criminal Investigation
ADJ 1517 Community Relations
ADJ 2002 Concepts of Criminal Law
ADJ 2524 Introductions to Corrections
ADJ 2526 Criminal Court Process
ANTH 1010 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ART 1009 Drawing
BA 1001 Financial Accounting
BA 1018 The Legal Environment of Business
BA 1501 Managerial Accounting
BIO 2200 General Biology II: The Diversity of Life and Ecology
BIO 2700 Human Anatomy
BIO 2800 Human Physiology
CHEM 2000 General Chemistry I
CHEM 2100 General Chemistry II
COMS 1100 Public Speaking
COMS 1200 Small Group Communication
COMS 1300 Interpersonal Communication
COMS 1500 Oral Interpretation
COMS 1700 Introduction to Mass Communication
CSCI 1001 Introduction to Computer Science
CSCI 1004 Visual Basic Programming
CSCI 1007 Programming I
CSCI 1507 Programming II
CSCI 2006 Assembly Language Programming
CSCI 2010 Discrete Structures
ECE 1001 Introduction to Early Childhood Education
ECE 1002 Child Development
ECE 1003 Child, Family, and Community
ECE 1500 Introduction to Curriculum
ECE 2000 Observing and Assessing: Desired Results and Developmentally Appropriate Environments
ECE 2002 Child Nutrition, Health, and Safety
ECE 2502 Early Childhood Education Practicum
ECON 1010 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 1020 Principles of Microeconomici
ENGL 1001 College Composition
ENGL 1038 Multicultural Communication
ENGL 1501 Advanced Composition - Literature
ENGL 1502 Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking
ENGL 2043 World Literature I
ENGL 2044 American Literature I
ENGL 2046 British Literature I
ENGL 2543 World Literature II
ENGL 2544 American Literature II
ENGL 2546 British Literature II
GEOL 1130 Geology of California
GEOL 1210 Physical Geology/Lab
GEOL 1220 Historical Geology/Lab
HIST 1004 Western Civilizations to 1600
HIST 1005 Western Civilizations since 1600
HIST 1017 United States History to 1877
HIST 1018 United States History since 1877
KINE 1000 Introduction to Kinesiology
MATH 1050 Elementary Statistics
MATH 1100 College Algebra
MATH 1400 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
MATH 1500 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
MATH 2400 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
MATH 2500 Ordinary Differential Equations
MUS 1004 Fundamentals of Music
MUS 1014 Applied Music Technique
MUS 1041 Orchestra
MUS 1101 Music Theory I
MUS 1105 Concert Choir
MUS 1111 Concert Band
MUS 1131 Music Appreciation
MUS 1507 Chambers Singers
MUS 1508 Chamber Music Ensemble
MUS 1512 Vocal Jazz Ensemble
MUS 1516 Jazz Band
MUS 1601 Music Theory and Ear Training II
MUS 2101 Music Theory III
MUS 2601 Music Theory IV
PEMA 1034 Introduction Kinesiology
PHIL 1003 Ethics
PHIL 1004 Critical Reasoning
PHYS 1020 Weird Science: Science, Skepticism, and Critical Thinking
PHYS 1105 General Physics I
PHYS 1110 General Physics II
PHYS 2105 Mechanical Physics, Oscillations, and Waves
PHYS 2110 Electrical Physics, Light
PHYS 2115 Heat, Modern, and Quantum Physics
PSY 1001 General Psychology
PSY 1003 Social Psychology
PSY 1502 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 2001 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
SOC 1001 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 1002 Social Problems
THEA 1001 Rehearsal and Performance
THEA 1100 Principles of Acting
THEA 1150 Stage Makeup
THEA 1200 Intermediate Principles of Acting
THEA 1501 Technical Production Lab
THEA 1600 Stagecraft
THEA 2000 Introduction to Theatre
THEA 2400 Script Analysis
THEA 2600 Stage Lighting

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

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Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ART 1000 Art History I
ART 1001 Art History II
ART 1002 Design I
ART 1004 Painting
ART 1006 Ceramics
ART 1009 Drawing
ART 1010 Sculpture
ART 1011 Photography
ART 1013 Printmaking
COMS 1500 Oral Interpretation
ENGL 1019 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 1020 Advanced Creative Writing - Fiction
ENGL 1021 Advanced Creative Writing - Poetry
ENGL 1022 Advanced Creative Writing - Non Fiction
ENGL 1501 Advanced Composition - Literature
ENGL 2043 World Literature I
ENGL 2543 World Literature II
HUM 1001 Introduction to Humanities
HUM 1005 Humanities and Film
MUS 1131 Music Appreciation
MUS 1633 Survey of Jazz and Popular Music
PHIL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1003 Ethics
THEA 1100 Principles of Acting
THEA 1600 Stagecraft
THEA 2000 Introduction to Theatre
THEA 2400 Script Analysis
THEA 2600 Stage Lighting


TEAMWORK AND VALUE SYSTEMS

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

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Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
COMS 1200 Small Group Communication
COMS 1300 Interpersonal Communication
ENGL 1502 Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking
PEMA 1006 Men's Varsity Basketball
PEMA 1007 Men's Varsity Baseball
PEMA 1008 Men's Varsity Football
PEMA 1010 Varsity Track
PEMA 1011 Varsity Cross Country
PEMA 1012 Women's Varsity Cross Country
PEMA 1013 Men's Varsity Cross Country
PEMA 1014 Women's Varsity Basketball
PEMA 1015 Women's Varsity Volleyball
PEMA 1016 Women's Varsity Softball
PEMA 1017 Women's Varsity Soccer
PEMA 1018 Men's Varsity Soccer
PEMA 1039 Certified Personal Trainer
PHIL 1003 Ethics
THEA 1001 Rehearsal and Performance
THEA 1100 Principles of Acting
THEA 1200 Intermediate Principles of Acting
THEA 1301 Musical Comedy Workshop
THEA 1600 Stagecraft

 Students must take one course from the list of courses below.

List 1
Courses in List 1
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ADJ 1001 Introduction to Administration of Justice
ADJ 1517 Community Relations
ANTH 1010 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ECE 1002 Child Development
ECE 1003 Child, Family, and Community
ECE 1999 Human Development
ECE 2500 Supporting Family Relationships and Parenting
ECON 1010 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 1020 Principles of Microeconomici
HIST 1004 Western Civilizations to 1600
HIST 1005 Western Civilizations since 1600
HIST 1007 Native American History
HIST 1008 History of Women in the United States
HIST 1010 World Civilizations since 1450
HIST 1017 United States History to 1877
HIST 1018 United States History since 1877
HIST 1047 Eastern Civilizations since 1600
PHIL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1003 Ethics
POLS 1001 American Government: Nation, State, and Local
POLS 1007 World Politics
PSY 1001 General Psychology
PSY 1003 Social Psychology
PSY 1502 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 2001 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
SOC 1001 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 1002 Social Problems

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General Education and Career Technical Education

Unique Attributes:

California Community College System, Northern California, Near OR/CA border, small college, mountain community, outstanding personal service, great programs, committed faculty, robust curriculum




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