SJSU ARTICULATION AGREEMENT
Lower Division Requirements
Fall 2014 - Spring 2015
BA - Child and Adolescent Development
San José State University -to- Cabrillo College
Community College students should meet with a counselor as soon as possible to determine the equivalent courses offered at that institution. Students should complete as many as possible of the lower division requirements listed below, prior to transfer.
Lower Division Course Requirements
Community College Course Equivalents
STAR Act (SB 1440):
|The Child and Adolescent department accepts and recommends the AA-T in Child and Adolescent Development (SB 1440 degree) for transfer to this program. The department also accepts the AS-T in Early Childhood Education (ECE) (SB 1440 degree) for transfer. We recommend transfer students complete the following courses, which are required for the Child and Adolescent Development major at SJSU, as part of their AA-T in Child and Adolescent Development or AS-T in Early Childhood Education (ECE). We strongly encourage students to take courses which clear the American Institution requirement and a second course in English composition as part of their CSU GE or IGETC requirements for the AA-T or AS-T degree (doing so will increase greater choice in the 60 units of SJSU course work to be taken after transfer).|
There are two main program options for the BA in Child and Adolescent Development, Plan A and Plan B.
The following option is Plan B:
|This program provides a strong foundation in child and adolescent development and could be the basis for a variety of careers that involve work with or about children. Plan B is also appropriate for students intending to do graduate study in child development and related fields. For more information about the department please visit www.sjsu.edu/chad|
Lower Division Requirements of the Major:
|CHAD 060 Child Development||ECE 31 Child Growth and Development|
|CHAD 070 Lifespan Development in the 21st Century||PSYCH 8 Introduction to Developmental Psychology|
|PSYC 001 General Psychology||Psych 1 General Psychology|
PSYCH 1H Honors General Psychology
|Math Requirement - Transfers must select one of the following courses approved for statistics at SJSU (a grade of "C" or better is required):|
|SOCI 015 Statistical Applications in the Social Sciences||PSYCH 2A Statistics for Behavioral Sciences|
|STAT 095 Elementary Statistics||Math 12 Elementary Statistics|
Math 12H Honors Elementary Statistics
|UNVS 015C Statway C: Statistics-Concepts & Methods|
Please note: A course that articulates to UNVS 015C may be used in "lieu of" the statistics course required by this major through Summer 2016. Students must earn a grade of "C" or better.
|No Current Equivalent|
|Beginning Fall 2014 the prerequisite for the WST is the completion of the CSU GE A3 with a grade of C or better. All students are strongly encouraged to complete a second English composition course as part of their lower division GE prior to transferring to SJSU (either to meet CSU GE Area A3 or C2). In doing this students will be more prepared to pass the WST and 100W course at SJSU.|
|Once the following recommended course has been completed with a grade of C or better, students should contact our testing office: testing.sjsu.edu to register for the WST exam at SJSU (passing the WST prior to your first semester at SJSU will prevent delays in registration for upper division courses):|
|2nd English Composition/Critical Thinking Equivalent Transfer Course|
any course approve for the IGETC Critical Thinking/Second semester English composition 1B area is highly recommended
|Philo 49 Introduction to Critical Thinking|
|ENGL 001B Composition 2||Engl 1B Composition and Literature|
ENGL 1BH Honors Composition and Literature
Engl 1BMC Composition and Literature: Multicultural Emphasis
Engl 2 Composition and Critical Thinking
ENGL 2H Honors Composition and Critical Thinking
ENGL 2MC Composition and Critical Thinking: Multicultural Emphasis
ENGL 2MCH Honors Composition and Critical Thinking: Multicultural Emphasis
IMPORTANT TRANSFER INFORMATION:
Prior to transferring to San Jose State University all transfers must earn at least 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter), including the CSU four basic skill courses required for CSU admission eligibility. Within those 60 semester/90 quarter units students are strongly encouraged to complete the following:
1. Lower Division Major Course Requirements (especially for STEM Majors):
Complete as many of the lower division courses required for the major as possible. Many of these courses may be double counted as part of the CSU GE-Breadth 39 semester unit requirements. These requirements are shown above.
2. General Education Requirements:
Complete all the CSU GE Breadth requirements at the community college (39 semester units/58 quarter units). The approved courses for each area can be found at www.ASSIST.org under the link "CSU GE-Breadth Certification Courses" for your college. Many of these courses can be double counted to meet the major requirements shown above, so choose your courses wisely. Please see your college counselor/advisor to review your general education in order to receive FULL OR PARTIAL CERTIFICATION PRIOR TO TRANSFER to San Jose State University.
3. Second Semester English Composition highly recommended:
Complete the second semester English composition course (or equivalent) with a grade of "C" or better prior to registering for the WST and 100W course at SJSU. Approved courses can be found above within the lower division major requirements. Be sure to select this course as part of your CSU GE-Breadth 39 semester unit requirements. Once this course is complete, students are encouraged to take the WST exam at SJSU to avoid delays in enrollment for other SJSU required courses. To register for the WST contact our Testing office at testing.sjsu.edu.
4. American Institutions Requirement (US 1, US 2, and US 3 must be completed):
This requirement is normally 2 courses and can be taken as part of your CSU GE-Breadth 39 semester unit requirements (GE Area D and sometimes Area C). The approved courses can be found at www.ASSIST.org under the link "CSU US History, Constitution, and American Ideals Courses" for your college.