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HOW TO REGISTER FOR YOUR FIRST SEMESTER

  1. Selecting Your First Semester Courses
    1. Important Considerations for Planning Your First Term
    2. Important Considerations for Selecting Courses
    3. Suggested First Term Courses
    4. Guidance Courses
            OTHER SECTIONS
  1. Getting Started
  2. Course Sequences
  3. What's Next?
  4. Mandatory Student Educational Plan


  1. SELECTING YOUR FIRST SEMESTER COURSES

    1. Important Considerations for Selecting Courses

      1. Your placement results as reviewed from the “Course Sequences” section above will be used to select any course or courses you plan to take to improve your writing and/or math skills. If you plan on earning a degree or transferring, pay close attention to the sequences of the courses to be sure you are following prerequisites leading toward meeting writing and mathematics general education requirements.

      2. If your goal is to complete a certificate only, you will use the major sheet information and the Chaffey catalog to identify the order of courses taken for the major. You may want to choose introductory courses from the major that do not require prerequisites for your first semester. Occupational Certificates

      3. If you plan to earn an AA/AS degree at Chaffey in one of our occupational programs, you will need to consider the graduation requirements in addition to the major courses. First, consider the courses recommended from your testing results. These courses may serve as prerequisites for courses needed for the AA/AS requirements in writing and math. Review the AA/AS general education requirements for more information on recommended courses.
        AA/AS General Education Requirements

      4. Consult the schedule of classes and look at the AA/AS general education requirements to see what courses in the different categories work best with your schedule (Arts, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Science, etc.) Select a course that meets your interests and scheduling needs. Try to achieve a balance of writing and math based courses.

      5. If your goal is to transfer to a California State University in a major other than Liberal Studies/Elementary Teaching, Engineering, Math, or Science, consider selecting courses from the CSU General Education Pattern. Review your assessment results and determine what math and English courses you may need before taking ENGL-1A and Math-25. These two courses are the minimum level math and English courses needed on the general education transfer pattern for CSU. Be sure to follow the sequences in math and English starting from your placement results. These courses are listed in order through to ENGL-1A and Math-25 in the “Course Sequences” section of this guide. It is important to remember that sequences in math can take up to two years or more, depending on your major. Look at the CSUGE majorsheet and select courses that work best with your schedule (Arts, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Science, etc.) Again, select a course that meets your interests and scheduling needs. Try to achieve a balance of writing and math based courses.

      6. For the University of California, you will follow the IGETC general education pattern, depending on your major and choice of university. The IGETC English requirement for writing not only includes ENGL-1A but also ENGL-1B. ENGL-1A is a prerequisite for ENGL-1B. The minimum acceptable math course requirement for IGETC is Math-25. Math-60, 61, or higher may be a more appropriate choice depending on your major. Consult www.assist.org for information on agreements between Chaffey College and UC universities regarding courses required for specific majors.

      7. To earn an associate degree along with transferring to a four-year college or university, the following is recommended in addition to satisfying the general education requirements for either CSU or IGETC:
        1. Meet the mathematics and English competency by passing required math and English composition courses with a grade of C or better;
        2. Complete 60 degree applicable units.
          AA/AS General Education Requirements

      8. For certain majors, such as science, engineering, computer science, pre-medicine, pre-dentistry, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, Vocational Nursing (VN), Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), or a Radiologic Technology major, you will need to make very precise selections regarding the prerequisite science, English, and math sequences related to your major. For these majors make an appointment with a counselor.


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