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1 Date: 11/09/2011 Transfer Institution: Citrus College General Education/Preparation & Maj Articulation Agreement(s) National University Gen Ed AREA/UNITS National University NU Course Title Citrus College Area A ENGLISH COMMUNICATION -- 4 COURSES A1a 6.0 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I & II ENGL 101 A1b 4.5 ENG 240 ENG 344A* Advanced English Technical Writing ENGL 103 *(Only Business and Engineering majs may fulfill the requirement by taking ENG 344A) A2 4.5 COM 100 COM103 COM 120 Introduction to Mass Communication Oral Communication Intro to Interpersonal Communication COMM 100 SPCH 101 SPCH 100 Area B 4.5 MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING --1 COURSE MTH 204 Mathematics f Science NONE MTH 209A Fundamentals of Mathematics I MATH 160 MTH 210 Introduction to Probability & Statistics MATH 165 PSY 103 MTH 215 MTH 216A and MTH 216B College Algebra & Trigonometry College Algebra I (3 quarter units) and College Algebra II (3 quarter units MATH 170 MATH 170 MTH 220 Calculus I MATH 190 MTH 221 Calculus II MATH 191 MTH 222 Calculus III MATH 210 MTH 223 Calculus IV MATH 211 CSC 208 Calculus f Comp. Science I MATH 190 CSC 209 Calculus f Comp. Science II MATH 191 MNS 205 Intro to Quant. Methods f Business MATH 175 1

2 Area C 4.5 INFORMATION LITERACY -- 1 COURSE ILR 260 Infmation Literacy Rept Writing LIBT ENGL 103 Area D ARTS, HUMANITIES, AND LANGUAGES IN AT LEAST 2 AREAS ARTS ART 100 Introduction to Art Histy ART 100 ART 200 Visual Arts ART 110 MUS 100 Fundamentals of Music MUS MUS 114 THR 200 Theater Arts THEA 101 HUMANITIES HIS 233 HIS 234 Wld Civilizations I Wld Civilizations II HIST 103 HIST 104 LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 102 PGM 101 Philosophy of Coaching NONE Starting 8/29/2011 Languages will be Area D PHL 100 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 106 LANGUAGES --2 COURSES 9 quarter units in a language required ARB 100 ARB 101 ARB 200 ARB 201 ASL 120 ASL 220 Beginning Arabic I Beginning Arabic II Intermediate Arabic I Intermediate Arabic II American Sign Language I American Sign Language II NONE NONE

3 CHN 100 CHN 101 CHN 200 CHN 201 Beginning Chinese I Beginning Chinese II Intermediate Chinese I Intermediate Chinese II CHIN 101 CHIN 102 NONE PRS 100 PRS 101 PRS 200 PRS 201 Beginning Persian I Beginning Persian II Intermediate Persian I Intermediate Persian II NONE SPN 100 SPN 101 SPN 200 SPN 201 Beginning Spanish I Beginning Spanish II Intermediate Spanish I Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 101 SPAN 102 SPAN 201 SPAN 202 LUS 100 LUS 101 Introducty Luiseño 1 Introducty Luiseño 2 NONE LUS 200 LUS 201 Intermediate Luiseño 1 Intermediate Luiseño 2 NONE Students may also satisfy Area D Feign Language requirements with 9 quarter units of computer languages CSC 242 CSC 252 CSC 262 Intro to Programming Concepts Prerequisite: CSC200 and CSC 208 Programming in C++ Prerequisite: CSC242 Programming in Java Prerequisite: MTH 215 CSIS 111 CSIS 225 CSIS 140 Area E 13.5 SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES -- 3 COURSES COM 220 Media Literacy NONE ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 102

4 ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 101 SOC 260 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 210 HIS 220A HIS 220B Histy of the United States I (+) Histy of the United States I (+) HIST 107 HIST 108 PGM 100 Histy of Spt NONE PGM 200 Personnel Dev & Human Relation Prerequisite: may only be taken by students in Golf Management NONE POL 100 POL 201 Introduction to Politics American Government & Politics POLI 104 POLI 103 PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology PSY 101 SOC 100 Principles of Sociology (+) SOC 201 Area F 6.00 PHYSICAL & BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES -- 2 COURSES Minimum 6 quarter units required [Note: one science lab is required]. BIO A Survey of Bioscience + Lab BIOL 105 BIO 161 General Biology 1 BIO 162 General Biology 2 BIO 163 General Biology 3 BIOL BIOL 125 BIO A Human Anatomy and Physiol I + Lab BIOL BIOL 201 BIO A Human Anatomy and Physiol II + Lab BIO A Introducty Microbiology + Lab BIOL 220 CHE A Introducty Chemistry + Lab CHEM 110 CHE 141 General Chemistry 1 CHE 142 General Chemistry 2 CHE 143 General Chemistry 3 EES A Fundamentals of Geology + Lab ESCI 120 PHS A Introducty Physics + Lab PHYS 110 PHS 171 General Physics 1 PHS 172 General Physics 2 PHS 173 General Physics 3 PGM 202 Sustainable Golf & Turf Mgmt (6 qu) Prerequisite: may only be taken by students in Golf Management CHEM CHEM 112 PHYS PHYS 112 NONE

5 Starting 8/29/2011 Area G is now* Area G 4.50 Area A-G 4.50 Also see Special Note below *LIFELONG LEARNING AND SELF DEVELOPMENT-- 1 COURSE (Minimum 4.50 quarter units) COH 100 Personal Health KIN 171 GENERAL EDUCATION (Minimum 4.50 quarter units) Befe selecting Area A-G courses ***Contact National University Advis/Counsel*** regarding National University s 300 level Upper Division General Education requirement course(s)/option(s) BRO 210 Histy of Television NONE PHS 102 Survey of Physical Science PHYS 105 *** Special Note: Students who complete all General Education coursewk at the community college will be required to take one upper division general education elective f their program to meet the upper division general education requirement. **Remedial courses taken to achieve minimum levels of collegiate level competency in the areas of writing and mathematical concepts and systems do not satisfy any ption of the general education requirement**

6 BA in Biological Science with a Preliminary Single Subject Credential (Califnia) Preparation f the Maj: MTH 210* Probability and Statistics MATH 165 PSY 103 EES 103* Fundamentals of Geology EES 103A* Fundamentals of Geology Lab (1.50qu) ESCI 120 CHE 141* General Chemistry 1 CHE 142* General Chemistry 2 CHEM CHEM 112 CHE 143* General Chemistry 3 CHE 101A* Introducty Chemistry Lab (1.50qu) CHEM 110 BIO 161* General Biology 1 BIO 162* General Biology 2 BIOL BIOL 125 BIO 163* General Biology 3 BIO 100A* Survey Bioscience Lab (1.50qu) BIOL 105 PHS 171* General Physics 1 PHS 172* General Physics 2 PHYS PHYS 112 PHS 173* General Physics 3 PHS 104A* General Physics 1 Lab (1.50qu) PHYS 110 *May be used to meet a general education requirement Requirements f the Maj: Biological Science Requirements: BIO 310 Evolution BIO 330 Ecology BIO 380** Human Biology f Teachers ** ** May be waived f equivalent coursewk (e.g., BIO 201 and BIO 202) but the student must contact the Faculty Advis and submit the appropriate fms to initiate the wavier. BIO 408 Genetics & Heredity BIO 406 Cellular Biology BIO 406A Cellular Biology Lab (1.50 quarter units) BIO 407 Molecular Biology BIO 407A Molecular Biology Lab (1.50 quarter units) BIO 414 Invertebrate Zoology BIO 414A Invertebrate Zoology Lab (1.50 quarter units) BIO 416 Vertebrate Zoology BIO 416A Vertebrate Zoology Lab (1.50 quarter units) Educational They and Methodology Requirements: TED 305 Teaching as a Profession (15 hours field experience required) TED 300 Fundamentals of Education TED 310 Development and Learning TED 330B Reading and Language Arts TED 420 Diversity in Schooling TED 430 Special Needs Students TED 455 Methods of Teaching Science Student Teaching Requirements: TED 530A Student Teaching I TED 530B Student Teaching II TED 531 Student Teaching Seminar Credentialing Requirements: HEDX 1101X Intro Health Ed: K-12 EDX 1201X Computer Tech in Classroom

7 BA in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Preliminary Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential (Califnia) Preparation f the Maj: LIT 100* Introduction to Literature ENGL 102 HIS 410 Califnia Histy MTH 209A* Fundamentals of Mathematics I MATH 160 *may be used to meet General Education requirement Interdisciplinary Maj Requirements: BIS 301 Intro to Interdisc. Studies COM 380 Democracy in the Info. Age (+) ENG 350 Fundamentals of Linguistics MTH 301 Fundamentals of Mathematics II BIS 401 Interdisciplinary Practice: Integrating Knowledge with Technology ART 329 Wld Art (+) MUS 327 Wld Music (+) ART 400 Expressive and Integrated Art SCI 300 Geography (+) EES 301 Earth & Planetary Sciences BIO 330 Ecology EES 335 Environmental Science BIO 411 Biodiversity (Recommended: Pri completion of: BIO 161,162 and 100A BIO 100/100A) BIO 450 Natural Histy of Califnia Education Orientation, They, and Methodology Requirements: TED 305 Teaching as a Profession TED 300 Fundamentals of Education (Prerequisite: TED 305) TED 430 Special Needs Student (Prerequisite: TED 305) TED 410 Survey of Multicultural Lit. (Prerequisite: TED 305) TED 310 Development and Learning (Prerequisite: TED 305) TED 350 Math and Science Methods (Prerequisite: TED 305) TED 355 Hist/Social Science Methods (Prerequisite: TED 305) TED 380 Arts/PE/Health Methods (Prerequisite: TED 305) TED 330A Reading and Lang. Arts Methods (Prerequisite: TED 305) TED 440 Leadership and Assessment (Prerequisite: TED 305) CAPSTONE Course: BIS 499 Interdisciplinary Studies Project Student Teaching Requirements: TED 530A Student Teaching I (Co-requisite: TED 531) TED 530B Student Teaching II (Prerequisite: TED 530A, Co-requisite: TED 531) TED 531 Student Teaching Seminar (Co-requisite: TED 530A, and TED 530B)

8 BA in Mathematics With a Preliminary Single Subject Credential (Califnia) Preparation f the Maj: MTH 210* Probability and Statistics MATH 165 PSY 103 MTH 215* College Algebra & Trigonometry MATH 170 MTH 216A* College Algebra I (3qu) and MTH 216B* College Algebra II (3qu) MATH 170 MTH 220* Calculus I* MATH 190 CSC 208* Calculus f Computer Science I MATH 190 MTH 221 Calculus II MATH 191 MTH 222 Calculus III MATH 210 MTH 223 Calculus IV MATH 211 * May be used to met a General Education requirement Mathematical Requirements f the Maj: MTH 311 Topics from Geometry MTH 325 Discrete Mathematics CSC 331 Discrete Structures and Logic MTH 411 Number They MTH 435 Linear Algebra MTH 416 Algebraic Structures MTH 417 Foundation of Geometry MTH 418 Statistical Analysis MTH 412 Histy of Mathematics MTH 410 Technology in Math Education Education They and Methodology Requirements: It is strongly recommended students take the following courses in the der they are listed. TED 305 Teaching as a Professional TED 300 Fundamentals of Education TED 430 Special Needs Students TED 310 Development and Learning TED 420 Diversity in Schooling TED 330B Reading and Language Arts TED 461 Mathematics Teaching Methods Student Teaching Requirements: TED 530A Student Teaching I (Co-requisite: TED 531) TED 530B Student Teaching II (Prerequisite: TED 530A, Co-requisite: TED 531) TED 531 Student Teaching Seminar (Co-requisite: TED 530A, and TED 530B) Credentialing Requirements: Students must have seni standing to enroll in this class. HEDX 1101X Intro Health Ed: K-12

9 Bachel of Arts in Early Childhood Development with a Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (Califnia) Preparation f the Maj ECE 201 The Growing Child: Zero to 8 CHLD 110 ECE 210 Child, Family, School & Comm. CHLD 114 HED 220 Health, Nutrition & Safety CHLD 144 ECE 211 Diversity: Development & Ed. CHLD 150 Requirements f the Maj All Teacher Education courses (TED) and Early Childhood Courses (ECE) have field experience components Orientation Course TED 305 Teaching as Profession Foundation Courses ECE 464 Ethical and Legal Issues ECE 330 Early Cognition Method Courses Cluster 1 (Reading) ECE 410 Early Language and Literacy ECE 446 Literature and Young Children TED 330A Reading and Lang. Arts Methods Cluster 2 (Curriculum and Instruction) ECE 415 Designing Emergent Curriculum ECE 430 Play as Pedagogy ECE 435 Music, Movement, Drama, Dance Cluster 3 (Math and Science) ECE 420 Nature, Numbers and Technology TED 350 Math and Science Methods Cluster 4 (Special Needs, Assessment, Classroom Management) ECE 440 Observing, Assessing & Planning ECE 443 Children with Special Needs ECE 445 Strategies: Guiding Behavis ECE 465 Crisis, Trauma and Abuse TED 430 Special Needs Students Cluster 5 (Histy and Social Science) HIS 410 Califnia Histy TED 355 Hist/Social Science Methods Student Teaching Requirements: TED 530A Student Teaching I (Co-requisite: TED 531) TED 530B Student Teaching II (Prerequisite: TED 530A, Co-requisite: TED 531) TED 531 Student Teaching Seminar (Co-requisite: TED 530A, and TED 530B)

10 BA in ENGLISH With a Preliminary Single Subject Credential (Califnia) Preparation f the Maj: LIT 100* Introduction to Literature ENGL 102 *may be used to meet a General Education requirement. Requirements f the Maj: ENG 350 Fundamentals of Linguistics ENG 365 Creative Writing LIT 311 British Literature I LIT 312 British Literature II LIT 321 American Literature I LIT 322 American Literature II LIT 338 Shakespeare LIT 360 Literary They LIT th Century Wld Literature LIT 498 English Capstone Project And any two (2) additional upper division Literature (LIT) courses from available offerings. Education Orientation, They and Methodology Requirements: It is strongly recommended students take the following courses in the der they are listed. TED 305 Teaching as a Profession TED 300 Fundamentals of Education TED 430 Special Needs Students TED 410 Survey of Multicultural Lit. TED 310 Development and Learning TED 420 Diversity in Schooling TED 330B Reading and Language Arts TED 450 Methods of Teaching English Student Teaching Requirements: TED 530A Student Teaching I (Co-requisite: TED 531) TED 530B Student Teaching II (Prerequisite: TED 530A, Co-requisite: TED 531) TED 531 Student Teaching Seminar (Co-requisite: TED 530A, and TED 530B) Additional Courses f Satisfying SB2042 and CTC f Califnia Teaching Credential EDX 1201X Computer-based Tech in Classroom HEDX 1101X Intro Health Ed: K-12

11 BA in PSYCHOLOGY ( ) Preparation f the Maj: MTH 210* Probability and Statistics MATH 165 PSY 103 PSY 100* Introduction to Psychology PSY 101 * May be used to meet a General Education requirement Requirements f the Maj: PSY 426 Histy of Psychology PSY 427 Biological Psychology PSY 428 Developmental Psychology PSY 429 Introduction to Personality PSY 430 Introduction to Psychopathology PSY 432 Social Psychology PSY 433 Cognitive Psychology HUB 441 Research Design and Analysis CHD 440 Drugs, Values and Society PSY 480 PSY 491 Seni Project Prerequisite: All other courses required f the maj must be completed pri to enrolling in this course. Guided Study f Hons Student (variable units) Prerequisite: Satisfacty completion of ce courses with a GPA of 3.75 higher UPPER DIVISION Electives: Students not pursuing a min must choose six (6) Upper-Division Electives from courses with the following prefixes: HUB, PSY, SOC, HRM, and CJA. Other electives must be approved by the department chair regional full-time associate faculty. Students may not take PSY 301 as an Upper-Division Elective. The following course is strongly recommended: PSY 441 Global Psychology

12 BS in CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION Preparation f the Maj: CJA 229* Introduction to Policing AJ 106 * Students who are currently in law enfcement should contact the Lead Faculty f any potential course wavier Requirements f the Maj: CJA 449 Research Methods CJA 431 Criminology CJA 437 The Juvenile Offender CJA 446 CJ Management and Leadership CJA 460 Principles of Investigation CJA 351 Courts & the Judicial Process CJA 352 Criminal Law and Procedure CJA 340 Crections CJA 470* Supervised CJ Seni Project (Prerequisite: CJA 449) * A two-month course that meets once per week f 4.50 quarter units. (Grading is by H, S, and U only.) Accelerated study is not permitted with CJA 470. UPPER DIVISION Electives: Seven (7) Upper- Division Electives Refer to recommended courses (CJA, HUB, HRM, ODV, PSY, SOC) listed on page 126 of National University catalog # 75 There are 3 transition programs available to students in the Criminal Justice Program: BS in Criminal Justice Administration/Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) Program BS in Criminal Justice Administration/Master of Fensic Science (MFS) Program BS in Criminal Justice Administration/Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program Please refer to Catalog #75, page 125 f requirements and infmation about transition programs.

13 BA in Early Childhood Education (BAECE) Preparation f the Maj ECE 201 The Growing Child: Zero to 8 CHLD 110 ECE 210 Child, Family, School & Comm. CHLD 114 HED 220 Health, Nutrition & Safety CHLD 144 ECE 211 Diversity: Development & Ed. CHLD 150 Requirements f the Maj ECE 464 Ethical and Legal Issues ECE 330 Early Cognition ECE 443 Children with Special Needs ECE 415 Designing Emergent Curriculum ECE 430 Play as Pedagogy ECE 410 Early Language and Literacy ECE 420 Nature, Numbers and Technology ECE 440 Observing, Assessing & Planning ECE 445 Strategies: Guiding Behavis ECE 450 Academic Seminar/Field Experience Prerequisite: Satisfacty completion of all ce courses with an average grade of C (2.0) better in the ce. Upper Division Electives Concentration Requirements: ECE 440 Observing, Assessing & Planning ECE 440 Observing, Assessing & Planning ECE 465 Crisis, Trauma,and Abuse ECE 490 Guided Study (variable units) Concentration in Early Childhood Administration: ECE 461 Leadership and Supervision ECE 460 Program Administrative ECE 462 Financial Mgmt & Resources HRM 432 Recruit, Selection, Promo, and Ret ECE 466 Planning Physical Environments HUB 401 Conflict Resolution Concentration in Infant and Toddler: ECE 312 Infant and Toddler Care ECE 451 Observation and Assessment ECE 452 Partnering with Families ECE 453 Developing Appropriate Curriculum ECE 454 Creative Aesthetics ECE 466 Planning Physical Environments Concentration in Teacher Education: ECE 446 Literature and Young Children EDX 1201X Computer Tech in the Classroom EXC 625 Children w/ Excep. in Class ECE 435 Music, Movement, Drama, Dance ECE 465 Crisis Trauma and Abuse ILD 610 Introducty Health Ed: K-12

14 BACHELOR of BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ---BBA Preparation f the Maj: MNS 205* Intro to Quantitative Methods MATH 175 ECO 203* Principles of Microeconomics ECON 102 ECO 204* Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 101 ACC 201 Financial Accounting Funds. ACCT 101 ACC 202 Managerial Accounting Funds. ACCT 102 LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I * May be used to meet a General Education requirement Requirements f the Maj: BKM 400 Business Knowledge Mgmt Strategies MGT 309C Prin of Mgmt & Organizations FIN 310 Business Finance MNS 407 Management Science MKT 302A Marketing Fundamentals MGT 430 Survey of Global Business MGT 451 Productions and Ops Management I BUS 480 Integrated Business Policy UPPER DIVISION Electives: Students may choose to take one of the BBA concentrations listed on pages of National University s catalog #75 and/ appropriate elective courses to satisfy the total units f the degree with the following prefixes: ACC, BKM, BUS, ECO, FIN, HRM, LAW, LED, MGT, MKT, ODV, HUB. (see recommended electives on page 172 of National University s catalog #75) Concentration: Accountancy Students must successfully complete the ACC courses listed on page 172 of National University s catalog #75 f the concentration in Accountancy and must have successfully completed ACC 201with a grade of C better befe enrolling in any of the 6 listed required ACC courses. Concentration: Alternative Dispute Resolution See ADR courses listed on page 172, Catalog #75 Concentration: Business Law See BUS LAW courses listed on page 172, Catalog #75 Concentration: Economics See ECO courses listed on page 173, Catalog #75 Concentration: Entrepreneurship See ENT courses listed on page 173, Catalog #75 Concentration: Finance See FIN courses listed on page 173, Catalog #75 Concentration: Hospitality and Casino Management See HOS & CAS MGT courses listed on page 173, Catalog #75 Concentration: Human Resource Management See HRM courses listed on page , Catalog #75 Concentration: Marketing See MKT courses listed on page 174, Catalog #75 Concentration: Professional Golf Management See PGM courses listed on page 174, Catalog #75 Concentration: Project Management See PMB, MGT courses listed on page 175, Catalog #75

15 BS in ACCOUNTANCY Preparation f the Maj: MNS 205* Intro to Quantitative Methods MATH 175 ECO 203* Principles of Microeconomics ECON 102 ECO 204* Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 101 ACC 201** Financial Accounting Funds. ACCT 101 * May be used to meet a General Education requirement ** Eligible f Credit-By-Exam waiver-- contact Faculty Advis: Dr. Connie Fajardo (916) ; Requirements f the Maj: Ce Business Requirements LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I BKM 400 Business Knowledge Mgmt Strat MGT 309C Prin. of Mgmt & Organizations FIN 310 Business Finance and and MGT 430 Survey of Global Business MKT 302A Marketing Fundamentals MNS 407^ Management Science ^Recommended f students considering the CPA CMA designation Accounting Ce Requirements ACC 300 Applied Tech f Accountants ACC 434 Government and Nonprofit Account ACC 433A Managerial Accounting I ACC 433B Managerial Accounting II ACC 410A Intermediate Accounting I ACC 410B Intermediate Accounting II ACC 410C Intermediate Accounting III ACC 431 Advanced Accounting ACC 432A Taxation- Individual ACC 432B Taxation- Business ACC 435A Auditing I ACC 435B Auditing II

16 BS in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT Preparation f the Maj: ITM 200 Computer Hardware & Software CSIS 107 ITM 205 Office Productivity Software NONE ITM 210 Introduction to IT NONE ITM 230 Computer Netwk Overview NONE Requirements f the Maj: ITM 320 Infmation Technology Mgmt ITM 340 IT Client using M/S Windows ITM 345 IT Server Environment Using Linux ITM 350 Desktop Applications Suppt and Troubleshooting ITM 420 Local Area Netwks ITM 430 Wide Area Netwks ITM 434 Wireless LAN Administration ITM 435 Wireless LAN Security ITM 440 Database Concepts & Data Models ITM 450 DB Processing & Administration ITM 470 Infmation Security Mgmt ITM 475 Info Security Technologies ITM 490A IT Project I ITM 490B IT Project II UPPER DIVISION Electives: Students can choose any approved upper-division degree related electives from the School of Business and Management the School of Engineering, Technology and Media. Students who are eligible and enroll in a transition program should take transition classes as their electives.

17 General Education Recommendations: Bachel of Science in Computer Science ENG 334A* Technical Writing *May be used to satisfy a general education requirement. (Only Business and Engineering majs may fulfill the requirement by taking ENG 344A) Prerequisites f the Maj: Select two sets of courses from the following (each selection must have a lecture and lab course) *May be used to satisfy a general education requirement. BIO 100* Survey of Bioscience BIO 100A* Survey of Bioscience Lab (1.5 quarter units) BIOL 105 CHE 101* Introducty Chemistry CHE 101A* Introducty Chemistry Lab (1.5 quarter units) CHEM 110 and/ and/ PHS 104* Introducty Physics PHS104A* Introducty Physics Lab (1.5 quarter units) PHYS 110 MTH 215* College Algebra & Trigonometry MATH 170 CSC 200 Orientation to Comp. Science NONE CSC 208* Calculus f Comp. Science I MATH 190 CSC 209 Calculus f Comp. Science II MATH 191 CSC 220 Applied Probability and Stats. NONE CSC 242* Intro to Programming Concepts CSIS 111 CSC 252* Programming in C++ CSIS 225 CSC 262* Programming in Java CSIS 140 Requirements f the Maj: EGR 220 Linear Algebra & Matrix Analysis CSC 300 Object Oriented Design CSC 331 Discrete Structures and Logic (CROSS LISTED and EQUIVALENT to MATH 325) CSC 335 Data Structures and Algithms CSC 338 Algithm Design CSC 340 Digital Logic Design CSC 340L Digital Logic Design Lab (1.5 quarter units) CSC 342 Computer Architecture CSC 350 Computer Ethics CSC 400 OS They and Design CSC 422 Database Design CSC 430 Programming Languages CSC 436 Comp. Communication Netwks Select any two courses from the following list: CSC 421 Compiler Design CSC 440 Advanced Programming in Java CSC 445 Wireless Appl. Development CSC 450 Artificial Intelligence CSC 451 AI Programming CSC 452 Human Computer Interaction CSC 454 Computer Graphics CSC 455 Game Programming CSC 456 Advanced Game Programming Capstone Project: CSC 480A Computer Science Project I CSC 480B Computer Science Project II

18 BA in DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT and INTERACTIVE ARTS Preparation f the Maj: COM 100* Intro to Mass Communication COMM 100 COM 103* Public Speaking SPCH 101 and and COM 220* Media Literacy NONE *may be used to satisfy general education requirements Requirements f the Maj: General Ce Courses MUL 300 Convergence Media BRO 305 Media Stytelling MUL 305 Graphic Design and Artistry MUL 309 Camera and Image MUL 365 Digital Video Editing MUL 461 Motion Graphics MUL 345 Applied Web Design MUL 370 Digital Interactivity MUL 315 Video Game Design MUL 355 Game Scripting MUL D Modeling f Game Art MUL 462 Digital Audio Creation MUL 399 Emerging Technologies MUL 445 Digital Project Management MUL 430 Advanced Design Project MUL 471 Adv Digital Interactivity Proj Capstone Ce Course: MUL 420 Multimedia Arts Ptfolio Proj Prerequisite: All general ce courses and concentration courses. **This is a 2 month long class occurring after concentration courses

19 ENG 100 ENG 101* Effective College English I (3qu) Effective College English II (3qu) BS in Nursing Generic Entry (B.S.N.) ENGL 101 COM 103* Public Speaking SPCH 101 NSG 322 Intro to Biomedical Stats Area D 9 quarter units: See the General Education section of the catalog f applicable courses ILR 260 Infmation Literacy LIBT ENGL 102 PSY 100* Introduction to Psychology PSY 101 SOC 100+ Principles of Sociology (+) SOC 201 BIO 201* Human Anatomy & Physiol I BIO 201A* Human Anatomy & Physiol Lab I (1.5qu) BIO 202* Human Anatomy & Physiol II BIOL BIOL 201 BIO 202A* Human Anatomy & Physiol Lab II (1.5qu) BIO 203* Introducty Microbiology BIO203A* Introducty Microbiology Lab (1.5qu) BIOL 220 SPN 340A Spanish f the Wkplace SPN 341 Cross-Cultural Communication SOC 500 Cultural Pluralism in the USA HUB 500 Cross-Cultural Dynamics * May be used to meet a General Education requirement + Diversity Enriched Offering Preparation f the Maj NSG 403 Nursing Theies and Models NSG 211T Health Assessment** (3qu) NSG 211A Health Assessment Clinical** (1.5qu) NSG 304 Pharmacology in Nursing NSG 422 Nursing Research NSG 200 Foundations of Nursing Practice** NSG 200A Foundations Clinical Lab** NSG 205 Medical-Surgical Nursing I** NSG 205A Medical-Surgical I Clinical** Nursing Ce Courses NSG 320 Medical-Surgical Nursing II** NSG 320A Medical-Surgical II Clinical** NSG 314 Child-bearing Family Nursing** NSG 314A Child-bearing Family Clinical** NSG 315 Pediatric Nursing**

20 NSG 315A Pediatric Nursing Clinical** NSG 325 Psychosocial Nursing** NSG 325A Psychosocial Nursing Clinical** NSG 412 Community Healthcare Delivery NSG 411 Community Health Framewks NSG 410 Community: Population Focus NSG 340 Nursing Leadership/Management** NSG 340A Leadership/Management Clinical** (1.50qu) NSG 440 Issues in Professional Nursing Recommended Preparation: Prerequisites: completion of all other required nursing courses ** Content required f licensure by CA Board of Registered Nursing *** This course requires a clinical practicum of 32 hours

21 Bachel of Science in Paralegal Studies Preparation f the Maj PLA 200 Legal They & Ethics NONE PLX 1000X Tts NONE PLA 201 English f Professionals NONE PLX 1001X Leg Res Wrtg-Briefing/Analysis NONE PLX 1002X Contracts NONE PLX 1003X Leg Res Wrtg-Legal Memo NONE PLA 202 Property NONE PLA 203 Leg Res Wrtg-Persuasive Wrtg. PLX 1005X Computers & the Law NONE NONE Required Maj Coursewk : PLA 303 Law Office Administration PLA 318 Remedies and Dispute Resolutions PLA 325 Litigation PLA 329 Cpations I PLA 333 Criminal Law I PLA 426 Litigation II PLA 430 Cpations II PLA 434 Criminal Law II PLA 495 Objective Writing Capstone Prerequisite: All other courses required f the maj (except PLA496) must be completed pri to enrolling in this course. PLA 496 Persuasive Writing Course All other courses required f the maj must be completed pri to enrolling in this course. Upper Division Electives: Students must complete a minimum of 27 quarter units of electives to fulfill the upper-division unit requirements to earn the Bachel of Science in Paralegal Studies. Students can select from the following recommended electives OR choose from any upper course in the College of Letters and Sciences. (See your counsel advis regarding upper-division requirement(s). LAW 402 The Art of Negotiation LAW 430 Constitutional Law LAW 440 Comparative International Law ADR 400 Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR 405 Negotiation Fundamentals ADR 415 Meditation Fundamentals ADR 430 Ethics and Neutrality

22 BA in Spt Psychology Preparation f Maj: MATH 210 Probability & Statistics* MATH 165 PSY 103 PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology* PSY 101 * May be used to meet a General Education requirement Requirement f Maj: PSY 448 Histy of Spt Psychology PSY 449 Group Dynamics in Spt PSY 300 Social Psychology of Spt HUB 441 Research Design & Analysis PSY 440 Spt Psychology f Coaches PSY 443 Culture & Spts Psychology BIO 385 Biomechanics of Spts PSY 446 Positive Psychology Applied Spt Psychology emphasis: PSY 444 Wellness & Peak Perfmance PSY 445 Applied Spt Psychology PSY 442 Seminar in Applied Psychology PSY 485 Spt Psychology Sr. Project Professional Golf Management emphasis: PGM 444 Instruction/Player Development PGM 447 Professional Golf Management Seminar PGM 445 Player Development II Seminar PGM 448 Seni Project in PGM Upper-division Electives Choose 4 upper-division electives from available offerings within the College of Letters & Sciences.

23 Michelle Plug Ricardo Contreras Michelle Plug Articulation Officer Articulation Officer National University Citrus College (858) (626) Date signed: Articulation Assessment based on the following: Course catalog: Citrus College National University catalog: Volume 75 August 29, 2011 National University will accept the following General Education certifications: Califnia State University (CSU) General Education certification and the Inter-Segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC). All requirements f CSU General Education and IGETC must be completed and certified pri to transfer to National University. The University will not accept partial certifications. Students transferring with full certification will be required to take only upper-division general-education courses at National in der to fulfill the unit requirement f general education, typically one to three courses. Students must provide an official transcript with the certification included provide a separate certification fm. An Articulation agreement identifies courses National University will accept in transfer. The Articulation Agreement may not include all transferable course wk. All applicable transfer course wk f an Associate s a Bachel s degree must have a minimum transfer letter grade of C. Transfer courses may be subject to restrictions such as but not limited to: residency requirements, degree requirements, grades and units earned (refer to the current catalog f details). Articulation references may be updated amended at any time.

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