Cabrillo College – Geography AA-T

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Required Core (complete ALL of the following courses)

GEOG 1: Physical Geography (3 Units)*

GEOG 1L: Physical Geography Laboratory (1 Unit)*

GEOG 2: Cultural Geography (3 Units)*

LList A (complete TWO courses from the following):

GEOG 3: Introduction to Weather and Climate (3 Units)*

GEOG 4: World Regional Geography (3 Units)

GEOG 5: California Geography (3 Units)*

GEOG 17: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and Techniques (3 Units)

List B (complete TWO courses from the following):

ANTHR 1: Introduction to Anthropology: Biological (3 Units)
or ANTHR 1H: Honors Introduction to Anthropology: Biological (3 Units)

ANTHR 2: Introduction to Anthropology: Cultural (3 Units)*
or ANTHR 2H: Honors Introduction to Anthropology: Cultural (3 Units)

ANTHR 3: Introduction to Anthropology: Archaeology (3 Units)

FR 3: Intermediate French I (5 Units)

GEOG 3L: Weather and Climate Laboratory 1

GEOL 10: Physical Geology (4 Units)

GEOL 20: Historical Geology (4 Units)

HORT 2: Soil Science and Management (4 Units)

ITAL 3: Intermediate Italian I (5 Units)

MATH 12: Elementary Statistics (5 Units)*
or MATH 12H: Honors Elementary Statistics 5
or PSYCH 2A: Statistics for Behavioral Sciences (3 Units)

OCEAN 10: Introduction to Oceanography (4 Units)*

PS 3: International Relations (3 Units)

SPAN 3: Intermediate Spanish I (5 Units)

SPAN 4: Intermediate Spanish II (5 Units)

Or any lower-division major preparation course articulated to the Similar Major at a CSU

*The courses noted with an asterisk were offered online at least once at this college during 2018.

** MATH 5A may be substituted for List A, only if accepted in the major by the specific destination CSU.

In addition to the courses listed above, complete one of the following general education patterns:

  • Option 2 – CSU General Education Breadth
  • Option 3 – IGETC – Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum

Important Note: Some of the courses listed above may require the completion of prerequisites and/or they may also satisfy general education requirements. We encourage all students to meet with a counselor, onsite or online, to create an education plan that will provide the most efficient pathway to degree completion.

The courses listed above, along with Option 2 and Option 3 may or may not be offered online every term at this college. Visit the college’s website (below) for online options in its class schedule.  If you don’t find what you need, search our online course finder to locate an equivalent online course currently available from a partner college.

Cabrillo Community College Website