INSTITUTION INFORMATION

College of the Siskiyous
Weed, California
Institution Liaison: Meghan Witherell

Last Updated: 2020-12-08



College of the Siskiyous Passport Block

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

PASSPORT BLOCK OVERVIEW

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


ORAL COMMUNICATION

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

Courses in List 1

Required

Available Online

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




WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

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

Courses in List 1 h

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ENGL

1001

College Composition

ENGL

1502

Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking




QUANTITATIVE LITERACY

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

Courses in List 1 g

Required

Available Online

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




NATURAL SCIENCES

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

Courses in List 1 f

Required

Available Online

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




HUMAN CULTURES

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

Courses in List 1 c

Required

Available Online

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




CRITICAL THINKING

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

Courses in List 1 a

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ADJ

1001

Introduction to Administration of Justice

ADJ

2002

Concepts of Criminal Law

ADJ

2526

Criminal Court Process

ADJ

1505

Criminal Investigation

ADJ

1517

Community Relations

ADJ

2524

Introductions to Corrections

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

2543

World Literature II

ENGL

2044

American Literature I

ENGL

2544

American Literature II

ENGL

2046

British Literature I

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

2500

Ordinary Differential Equations

MATH

2400

Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

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




CREATIVE EXPRESSION

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

Courses in List 1 b

Required

Available Online

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.

Courses in Teamwork and Value Systems

Required

Available Online

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




HUMAN SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL

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

Courses in List 1 d

Required

Available Online

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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