Transfer Credit

American River College Articulation Agreement

How to read this agreement:

Transferable courses are listed below by Core Curriculum area. In each area, a transferable course is listed one of two ways:

  • A transfer course will appear in the list of courses paired with its direct USF equivalent.
  • A transfer course with no direct equivalent will pair with the USF pseudo course number 1XX. These courses may be used to fulfill general education Core requirements where applicable.
  • Students only need to complete one course to fulfill each individual Core requirement.
  • If the transfer course does not meet a specific requirement, it may be used as elective credit.
  • USF makes every attempt to maintain the following equivalencies to ensure that the information is current for prospective transfer students.

This agreement is a menu of course options for planning purposes; you do not need to fulfill each area to be eligible for transfer to USF.

Last updated 11/17/22.

Public Speaking (A1)

Foundations of Communication

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
COMM 301 Intro to Public Speaking RHET 103 Public Speaking
COMM 302 Persuasive Speech COMS 1XX Persuasive Speech
COMM 311 Argumentation and Debate COMS 1XX Argumentation and Debate
SPEECH 301 Public Speaking RHET 103 Public Speaking
SPEECH 302 Persuasive Speech COMS 1XX Persuasive Speech
SPEECH 311 Argumentation and Debate COMS 1XX Argumentation and Debate

Rhetoric & Composition (A2)

Foundations of Communication

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Must be completed at USF
Students who have completed ENG 100 will be eligible to register for this Core Curriculum requirement at USF. Those who have not completed ENG 100 will be required to contact the Rhetoric and Language department for placement after admission

Math (B1)

Math and Sciences

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
CISP 440 Discrete Structures f/Comp Sci CS 1XX Discrete Structures f/Comp Sci
MATH 300 Intro to Mathematical Ideas MATH 1XX Intro to Mathematical Ideas
MATH 310 Mathematical Discovery MATH 1XX Mathematical Discovery
MATH 340 Calculus for Business and Econ MATH 1XX Calculus for Business and Econ
MATH 342 Modern Business Mathematics MATH 1XX Modern Business Mathematics
MATH 355 Calc for Biology & Medicine I MATH 1XX Calc for Biology & Medicine I
MATH 356 Calc for Biology & Medicine II MATH 1XX Calc for Biology & Medicine II
MATH 400 Calculus I MATH 109 Calculus & Analytic Geom I
MATH 420 Differential Equations MATH 1XX Differential Equations
PSYC 330 Intro Stats for Behavioral Sci PSYC 260 Psychological Statistics
STAT 300 Intro Probability & Statistics MATH 101 Elementary Statistics
STAT 480 Intro to Prob & Stats- Honors MATH 101 Elementary Statistics

Laboratory Science (B2)

Math and Sciences

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
ANTH 300 + 301 Biological Anthropology + Lab ANTH 1XX Biological Anthropology + Lab
ASTR 300 + 400 Introduction to Astronomy + Lab ASTR 1XX Introduction to Astronomy + Lab
ASTR 310 + 400 The Solar System + Astronomy Lab ASTR 1XX The Solar System + Astronomy Lab
ASTR 320 + 400 Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology + Lab ASTR 1XX Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology + Lab
ASTR 481 Honors Astronomy ASTR 1XX Honors Astronomy
BIOL 303 Survey of Biology BIOL 1XX Survey of Biology
BIOL 305 Natural History BIOL 1XX Natural History
BIOL 310 General Biology BIOL 1XX General Biology
BIOL 332 Introduction to Ornithology BIOL 1XX Introduction to Ornithology
BIOL 370 Marine Biology BIOL 1XX Marine Biology
BIOL 400 Principles of Biology BIOL 105 + 105L General Biology I + Lab
BIOL 410 Principles of Botany BIOL 1XX Principles of Botany
BIOL 420 Principles of Zoology BIOL 1XX Principles of Zoology
BIOL 431 Anatomy and Physiology BIOL 115 + 116 Human Physiology + Lab
BIOL 442 General Micro & Public Health BIOL 1XX General Micro & Public Health
BIOL 482 Honors Marine Biology BIOL 1XX Honors Marine Biology
CHEM 305 Introduction to Chemistry CHEM 111 + 112 General Chemistry I + Lab
CHEM 309 Integrated Gen/
Organic/BioChem
CHEM 1XX Integrated Gen/
Organic/BioChem
CHEM 400 General Chemistry I CHEM 111 + 112 General Chemistry I + Lab
CHEM 423 Organic Chemistry-Short Survey CHEM 1XX Organic Chemistry-Short Survey
GEOG 300 + 301 Physical Geography + Lab TRNS 1XX Physical Geography + Lab
GEOG 308 + 309 Intro to Oceanography + Lab TRNS 1XX Intro to Oceanography + Lab
GEOL 300 + 301 Physical Geology + Lab TRNS 1XX Physical Geology + Lab
GEOL 305 + 306 Earth Science + Lab TRNS 1XX Earth Science + Lab
GEOL 310 + 311 Historical Geology + Lab TRNS 1XX Historical Geology + Lab
GEOL 330 + 331 Intro to Oceanography + Lab TRNS 1XX Intro to Oceanography + Lab
NATR 301 Intro to Ornithology BIOL 1XX Intro to Ornithology
NATR 302 Intro to Wildlife Biology BIOL 1XX Intro to Wildlife Biology
NATR 320 Principles of Ecology BIOL 1XX Principles of Ecology
PHYS 310 + 312 Conceptual Physics + Lab PHYS 1XX Conceptual Physics + Lab
PHYS 350 General Physics PHYS 100 & 100L Introductory Physics I & Lab
PHYS 410 Mechanics of Solids and Fluids PHYS 1XX Mechanics of Solids and Fluids
PHYS 421 Electricity and Magnetism PHYS 1XX Electricity and Magnetism
PHYS 431 Heat, Waves, Light and Modern PHYS 1XX Heat, Waves, Light and Modern

Literature (C1)

Humanities

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
ENGLT 300 Introduction to Fiction ENGL 1XX Introduction to Fiction
ENGLT 304 Introduction to Poetry ENGL 1XX Introduction to Poetry
ENGLT 308 The Graphic Novel and Manga ENGL 1XX The Graphic Novel and Manga
ENGLT 310 English Literature I ENGL 310 Period Courses, 1100-1700
ENGLT 311 English Literature II ENGL 330 Period Courses, 1900-Pres.
ENGLT 320 American Literature I ENGL 1XX American Literature I
ENGLT 321 American Literature II ENGL 1XX American Literature II
ENGLT 327 Literature of California ENGL 1XX Literature of California
ENGLT 330 African American Literature ENGL 1XX African American Literature
ENGLT 334 Asian-American Literature ENGL 1XX Asian-American Literature
ENGLT 335 Latino, Mexican-Am & Chicano ENGL 1XX Latino, Mexican-Am & Chicano
ENGLT 338 Native American Literature ENGL 1XX Native American Literature
ENGLT 340 World Literature I ENGL 1XX World Literature I
ENGLT 341 World Literature II ENGL 1XX World Literature II
ENGLT 345 Mythologies of the World ENGL 410 Special Topics Literature/Film
ENGLT 360 Women in Literature ENGL 1XX Women in Literature
ENGLT 365 Intro Gay/Lesbian/
Bisex/Trans
ENGL 1XX Intro Gay/Lesbian/
Bisex/Trans
ENGLT 370 Children and Literature ENGL 1XX Children and Literature
ENGLT 378 Young Adult Literature ENGL 1XX Young Adult Literature
ENGLT 380 Introduction to Shakespeare ENGL 340 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENGLT 382 Intro to Dramatic Literature ENGL 1XX Intro to Dramatic Literature
ENGLT 392 Science Fiction and Fantasy ENGL 1XX Science Fiction and Fantasy
ENGLT 486 Honors African American Literature ENGL 1XX Honors African American Literature
ENGLT 494 Topics in Literature ENGL 1XX Topics in Literature
SPAN 427 Intro to Spanish American Lit SPAN 1XX Intro to Spanish American Lit

History (C2)

Humanities

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
HIST 300 History Western Civilization HIST 1XX History Western Civilization
HIST 302 History Western Civilization HIST 1XX History Western Civilization
HIST 305 Women in Western Civ HIST 1XX Women in Western Civ
HIST 307 History of World Civ to 1500 HIST 1XX History of World Civ to 1500
HIST 308 History of World Civ 1500-Pres HIST 1XX History of World Civ 1500-Pres
HIST 310 History of the United States HIST 1XX History of the United States
HIST 311 History of the United States HSIT 1XX History of the United States
HIST 318 Amer Intellectual, Cult Hist HIST 1XX Amer Intellectual, Cult Hist
HIST 320 History of US: African-Am Emph HIST 1XX History of US: African-Am Emph
HIST 321 History of US: African-Am Emph HIST 1XX History of US: African-Am Emph
HIST 323 Hist of U.S Amer Indian Exper HIST 1XX Hist of U.S Amer Indian Exper
HIST 325 Hist of Asian-Pacific American HIST 1XX Hist of Asian-Pacific American
HIST 327 History of Chicano/Mexican-Am HIST 1XX History of Chicano/Mexican-Am
HIST 330 Women in American History HIST 1XX Women in American History
HIST 353 History of the Islamic World HIST 1XX History of the Islamic World
HIST 364 Asian Civilization HIST 1XX Asian Civilization
HIST 365 Asian Civilization HIST 1XX Asian Civilization
HIST 367 History of Russia HIST 1XX History of Russia
HIST 373 History of Mexico HIST 373 Modern Mexico
HIST 374 History of Latin America to 18 HIST 1XX History of Latin America to 18
HIST 375 Hist Modern Latin Amer & Caribbean HIST 1XX Hist Modern Latin Amer & Caribbean
HIST 399 Italian History and Culture HIST 1XX Italian History and Culture
HIST 480 Hist of Western Civ-Honors HIST 1XX Hist of Western Civ-Honors
HIST 481 Hist of Western Civ-Honors HIST 1XX Hist of Western Civ-Honors
HIST 483 History of United States-Honors HIST 1XX History of United States-Honors
HIST 484 History of United States-Honors HIST 1XX History of United States-Honors

Philosophy (D1)

Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
PHIL 300 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 110 Great Philosophical Questions
PHIL 330 History Classical Philosophy PHIL 1XX History Classical Philosophy
PHIL 331 History of Modern Philosophy PHIL 1XX History of Modern Philosophy
PHIL 360 Social/Political Philosophy PHIL 1XX Social/Political Philosophy

Religion (D2)

Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
HUM 324 Global Islam: Culture & Civilization TRNS 1XX Global Islam: Culture & Civilization
HUM 355 Introduction to World Religion THRS 1XX Introduction to World Religion
HUM 360 Introduction to the Old Testam THRS 1XX Introduction to the Old Testam
HUM 365 Introduction to the New Testam THRS 1XX Introduction to the New Testam
PHIL 350 Philosophy of Religion THRS 1XX Philosophy of Religion

Ethics (D3)

Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
ACCT 361 Ethics, Fraud, & Legal Issues BUS 1XX Ethics, Fraud, & Legal Issues
HSER 310 Ethical Issues & Client's Rights TRNS 1XX Ethical Issues & Client's Rights
PHIL 310 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 240 Ethics
PHIL 315 Contemporary Moral Issues PHIL 1XX Contemporary Moral Issues

Social & Behavioral Sciences (E)

Social Sciences

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
ADMJ 300 Intro Administration of Justice TRNS 1XX Intro Administration of Justice
ADMJ 302 Community Relations: Multicultural TRNS 1XX Community Relations: Multicultural
ANTH 310 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 1XX Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 320 Intro Archaeology & World Prehist ANTH 1XX Intro Archaeology & World Prehist
ANTH 330 Magic, Witchcraft, & Religion ANTH 1XX Magic, Witchcraft, & Religion
ANTH 333 American Indians of California ANTH 1XX American Indians of California
ANTH 334 Native Peoples of North America ANTH 1XX Native Peoples of North America
ANTH 336 Anthropology of Sex, Sexuality ANTH 1XX Anthropology of Sex, Sexuality
ANTH 341 Introduction to Linguistics ANTH 1XX Introduction to Linguistics
ANTH 481 Honors Cultural Anthropology ANTH 1XX Honors Cultural Anthropology
BUS 330 Managing Diversity in the Work BUS 1XX Managing Diversity in the Work
COMM 325 Intercultural Communication COMS 1XX Intercultural Communication
ECE 314 The Child, Family & Community TRNS 1XX The Child, Family & Community
ECON 302 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 112 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 304 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 111 Principles of Microeconomics
ETHNS 300 Introduction to Ethnic Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to Ethnic Studies
ETHNS 320 Introduction to African American Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to African American Studies
ETHNS 330 Introduction to Asian American Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to Asian American Studies
ETHNS 340 Introduction to Chicana/o/x Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to Chicana/o/x Studies
ETHNS 350 Introduction to Native American Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to Native American Studies
GEOG 310 Human Geography Expl Earth TRNS 1XX Human Geography Expl Earth
GEOG 320 World Regional Geography TRNS 1XX World Regional Geography
GEOG 322 Geography of California TRNS 1XX Geography of California
HSER 330 Issues of Diverse Populations TRNS 1XX Issues of Diverse Populations
IS 301 Introduction to Global Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to Global Studies
IS 302 Issues in Global Studies TRNS 1XX Issues in Global Studies
IS 305 Intro to Middle East Studies TRNS 1XX Intro to Middle East Studies
IS 310 Peace and Conflict TRNS 1XX Peace and Conflict
IS 312 Current International Developm TRNS 1XX Current International Developm
JOUR 310 Mass Media and Society MS 1XX Mass Media and Society
JOUR 320 Race and Gender in the Media MS 1XX Race and Gender in the Media
NATR 307 Principles of Sustainability TRNS 1XX Principles of Sustainability
POLS 301 Intro to Gov't: United States POLS 1XX Intro to Gov't: United States
POLS 302 Comparative Politics POLS 1XX Comparative Politics
POLS 304 Intro to Government: California POLS 1XX Intro to Government: California
POLS 310 Intro International Relations POLS 1XX Intro International Relations
POLS 320 Intro to Political Theory POLS 1XX Intro to Political Theory
POLS 330 Constitutional Rights POLS 1XX Constitutional Rights
POLS 342 Women and Politics from a Glob POLS 1XX Women and Politics from a Glob
POLS 480 Intro International Relations-Honors POLS 1XX Intro International Relations-Honors
POLS 481 Intro to Gov't: U.S. - Honors POLS 1XX Intro to Gov't: U.S. - Honors
PSYC 300 General Principles PSYC 101 General Psychology
PSYC 305 Psychology Applied to Mod Life PSYC 1XX Psychology Applied to Mod Life
PSYC 320 Social Psychology PSYC 1XX Social Psychology
PSYC 340 Abnormal Behavior PSYC 1XX Abnormal Behavior
PSYC 354 The Psychology of Family Life PSYC 1XX The Psychology of Family Life
PSYC 361 Psych of Wmn in a Multicul Soc PSYC 1XX Psych of Wmn in a Multicul Soc
PSYC 365 Issues of Diverse Populations PSYC 1XX Issues of Diverse Populations
PSYC 374 Psych of Aging: Adult & Aging PSYC 1XX Psych of Aging: Adult & Aging
PSYC 480 Honors General Principles PSYC 101 General Psychology
SJS 300 Intro Social Justice Studies TRNS 1XX Intro Social Justice Studies
SJS 310 Intro to LGBTQ Studies TRNS 1XX Intro to LGBTQ Studies
SOC 300 Introductory Sociology SOC 150 Intro to Sociology
SOC 301 Social Problems SOC 1XX Social Problems
SOC 309 Self and Society SOC 1XX Self and Society
SOC 320 Minorities in America SOC 1XX Minorities in America
SOC 325 Chicano Culture SOC 1XX Chicano Culture
SOC 335 Sociology of Aging SOC 1XX Sociology of Aging
SOC 342 Gender Relations in Amer SOC 1XX Gender Relations in Amer
SOC 350 Sociology of Popular Culture SOC 1XX Sociology of Popular Culture
SOC 480 Introductory Sociology- Honors SOC 150 Intro to Sociology
SOCSC 310 Interntl Studies:Peace, Confli SOC 1XX Interntl Studies:Peace, Confli
SOCSC 312 Internatl Studies:Interntl Dev SOC 1XX Internatl Studies:Interntl Dev
SPEECH 325 Intercultural Communication COMS 1XX Intercultural Communication

Visual & Performing Arts (F)

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
ANTH 319 Visual Anthropology: Intro to ANTH 1XX Visual Anthropology: Intro to
ARTH 300 Introduction to Art ART 1XX Introduction to Art
ARTH 302 Art:Stone Age, Middle Ages ART 1XX Art:Stone Age, Middle Ages
ARTH 308 Renaissance Tradition in Art ART 1XX Renaissance Tradition in Art
ARTH 310 Modern Art ART 1XX Modern Art
ARTH 318 History of American Art ART 1XX History of American Art
ARTH 322 Art Hist Non-Western World ART 1XX Art Hist Non-Western World
ARTH 333 Introduction to Islamic Art ART 1XX Introduction to Islamic Art
ARTH 334 International Contemporary Art ART 1XX International Contemporary Art
ARTH 335 Survey of Photography ART 1XX Survey of Photography
ARTNM 305 History of Graphic Design ART 1XX History of Graphic Design
ARTPH 300 Basic Art Photography ART 1XX Basic Art Photography
ARTPH 345 Survey of Photography ART 1XX Survey of Photography
ENGLT 403 Film Adaptations ENGL 1XX Film Adaptations
FASHN 300 Intro to Fashion Industry TRNS 1XX Intro to Fashion Industry
FASHN 330 History Western World Fashion TRNS 1XX History Western World Fashion
MUFHL 300 Introduction to Music MUS 1XX Introduction to Music
MUFHL 308 Intro to Music Rock and Roll MUS 1XX Intro to Music Rock and Roll
MUFHL 310 Survey of Music Hist and Lit MUS 1XX Survey of Music Hist and Lit
MUFHL 311 Survey of Music Hist and Lit MUS 1XX Survey of Music Hist and Lit
MUFHL 315 Jazz History MUS 1XX Jazz History
MUFHL 330 World Music MUS 1XX World Music
TA 300 Introduction to the Theatre THTR 1XX Introduction to the Theatre
TA 302 History & Theory of Theatre I THTR 1XX History & Theory of Theatre I
TA 303 History & Theory of Theatre II THTR 1XX History & Theory of Theatre II
TA 306 Diversity in American Drama THTR 1XX Diversity in American Drama
TA 435 History and Theory of Costumin THTR 1XX History and Theory of Costumin
TAFILM 300 Introduction to Film MS 1XX Introduction to Film
TAFILM 302 History of Film MS 1XX History of Film
TAFILM 303 History of Film: 1880's-1950's MS 1XX History of Film: 1880's-1950's
TAFILM 304 History of Film: 1950's-Present MS 1XX History of Film: 1950's-Present
TAFILM 307 Diversity in American Film MS 1XX Diversity in American Film
TAFILM 320 Cinema Genres MS 1XX Cinema Genres

Cultural Diversity (CD)

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
ADMJ 302 Community Relations: Multicultural TRNS 1XX Community Relations: Multicultural
ANTH 310 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 1XX Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 333 American Indians of California ANTH 1XX American Indians of California
ANTH 334 Native Peoples of North America ANTH 1XX Native Peoples of North America
ANTH 481 Honors Cultural Anthropology ANTH 1XX Honors Cultural Anthropology
ARTH 322 Art Hist Non-Western World ART 1XX Art Hist Non-Western World
ARTH 333 Introduction to Islamic Art ART 1XX Introduction to Islamic Art
BUS 330 Managing Diversity in the Work BUS 1XX Managing Diversity in the Work
COMM 325 Intercultural Communication COMS 1XX Intercultural Communication
ECE 430 Culture and Diversity in Early TRNS 1XX Culture and Diversity in Early
ECE 432 Leadership in Diversity TRNS 1XX Leadership in Diversity
ECON 305 Intro to Economies of Africa ENGL 1XX Intro to Economies of Africa
ENGLT 330 African American Literature ENGL 1XX African American Literature
ENGLT 334 Asian-American Literature ENGL 1XX Asian-American Literature
ENGLT 335 Latino, Mexican-Am & Chicano ENGL 1XX Latino, Mexican-Am & Chicano
ENGLT 338 Native American Literature ENGL 1XX Native American Literature
ENGLT 360 Women in Literature ENGL 1XX Women in Literature
ENGLT 365 Intro Gay/Lesbian/
Bisex/Trans
ENGL 1XX Intro Gay/Lesbian/
Bisex/Trans
ENGLT 486 Honors African American Literature ENGL 1XX Honors African American Literature
ETHNS 300 Introduction to Ethnic Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to Ethnic Studies
ETHNS 320 Introduction to African American Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to African American Studies
ETHNS 330 Introduction to Asian American Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to Asian American Studies
ETHNS 340 Introduction to Chicana/o/x Studies TRNS 1XX Introduction to Chicana/o/x Studies
ETHNS 350 Intro Native American Studies TRNS 1XX Intro Native American Studies
HIST 320 History of US: African-Am Emph HIST 1XX History of US: African-Am Emph
HIST 321 History of US: African-Am Emph HIST 1XX History of US: African-Am Emph
HIST 323 Hist of U.S Amer Indian Exper HIST 1XX Hist of U.S Amer Indian Exper
HIST 325 Hist of Asian-Pacific American HIST 1XX Hist of Asian-Pacific American
HIST 327 History of Chicano/Mexican-Am HIST 1XX History of Chicano/Mexican-Am
HIST 330 Women in American History HIST 1XX Women in American History
HIST 353 History of the Islamic World HIST 1XX History of the Islamic World
HIST 364 Asian Civilization HIST 1XX Asian Civilization
HIST 365 Asian Civilization HIST 1XX Asian Civilization
HIST 367 History of Russia HIST 1XX History of Russia
HIST 373 History of Mexico HIST 373 Modern Mexico
HIST 374 History of Latin America to 18 HIST 1XX History of Latin America to 18
HIST 375 History of Modern Latin Americ HIST 1XX History of Modern Latin Americ
HUM 320 Asian Humanities TRNS 1XX Asian Humanities
HUM 324 Global Islam: Culture & Civilization TRNS 1XX Global Islam: Culture & Civilization
HUM 326 Middle Eastern Humanities TRNS 1XX Middle Eastern Humanities
HSER 330 Issues of Diverse Populations TRNS 1XX Issues of Diverse Populations
IS 302 Issues in Global Studies TRNS 1XX Issues in Global Studies
IS 305 Intro to Middle East Studies TRNS 1XX Intro to Middle East Studies
JOUR 320 Race and Gender in the Media TRNS 1XX Race and Gender in the Media
NUTRI 310 Cultural Foods of the World TRNS 1XX Cultural Foods of the World
POLS 342 Women and Politics from a Glob POLS 1XX Women and Politics from a Glob
PSYC 361 Psych of Wmn in a Multicul Soc PSYC 1XX Psych of Wmn in a Multicul Soc
PSYC 365 Issues of Diverse Populations PSYC 1XX Issues of Diverse Populations
SJS 300 Intro Social Justice Studies TRNS 1XX Intro Social Justice Studies
SJS 310 Intro to LGBTQ Studies TRNS 1XX Intro to LGBTQ Studies
SOC 320 Minorities in America SOC 1XX Minorities in America
SOC 325 Chicano Culture SOC 1XX Chicano Culture
SPEECH 325 Intercultural Communication COMS 1XX Intercultural Communication
TA 306 Diversity in American Drama THTR 1XX Diversity in American Drama
TAFILM 307 Diversity in American Film MS 1XX Diversity in American Film

Community Engaged Learning

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Must be completed at USF
Community-Engaged Learning requirement may be met by completing course sections designated as “CEL”. Starting Fall 2019 the Community-Engaged Learning requirement replaced the Service Learning (SL) graduation requirement. The Community-Engaged Learning requirement should guide students to develop civic competencies while addressing some issue of the public good.

Common Course Equivalencies

AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Course/Number Course Title Course/Number Course Title
ACCT 301 Financial Accounting BUS 201 Principles of Financial Acct
ACCT 311 Managerial Accounting BUS 202 Principles of Managerial Acct
BIOL 400 Principles of Biology BIOL 105 & 105L Principles of Biology
BIOL 430 Anatomy and Physiology BIOL 113 + 114 Human Anatomy + Lab
BIOL 431 Anatomy and Physiology BIOL 115 + 116 Human Physiology + Lab
BIOL 440 General Microbiology BIOL 134 + 135 Microbiology + Lab
CHEM 305 Introduction to Chemistry CHEM 111 + 112 General Chemistry I + Lab
CHEM 306 Introduction to Chemistry CHEM 113 + 114 General Chemistry II + Lab
CHEM 400 General Chemistry CHEM 111 + 112 General Chemistry I + Lab
CHEM 401 General Chemistry CHEM 113 + 114 General Chemistry II + Lab
CHEM 420 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 230 + 232 Organic Chemistry I + Lab I
CHEM 421 Organic Chemistry II CHEM 231 + 234 Organic Chemistry II + Lab II
COMM 301 Intro to Public Speaking RHET 103 Public Speaking
DEAF 310 American Sign Language I ASL 101 First Semester ASL
DEAF 312 American Sign Language II ASL 102 Second Semester ASL
DEAF 314 American Sign Language III ASL 201 Third Semester ASL
ECON 302 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 112 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 304 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 111 Principles of Microeconomics
ENGLT 310 English Literature I ENGL 310 Period Courses, 1100-1700
ENGLT 311 English Literature II ENGL 330 Period Courses, 1900-Pres.
ENGLT 345 Mythologies of the World ENGL 410 Special Topics Literature/Film
ENGLT 380 Introduction to Shakespeare ENGL 340 Shakespeare
GERM 401 Elementary German I GERM 101 First Semester German
GERM 402 Elementary German II GERM 102 Second Semester German
GERM 411 Intermediate German GERM 201 Third Semester German
GERM 412 Intermediate German GERM 202 Fourth Semester German
HIST 373 History of Mexico HIST 373 Modern Mexico
ITAL 401 Elementary Italian ITAL 101 First Semester Italian
ITAL 402 Elementary Italian ITAL 102 Second Semester Italian
ITAL 411 Intermediate Italian ITAL 201 Third Semester Italian
ITAL 412 Intermediate Italian ITAL 202 Fourth Semester Italian
MATH 370 Pre-Calculus Mathematics MATH 108 Precalculus
MATH 400 Calculus I MATH 109 Calculus & Analytic Geom I
MATH 401 Calculus II MATH 110 Calculus & Analytic Geom II
MATH 402 Calculus III MATH 211 Calculus & Analytic Geom III
MATH 410 Introduction to Linear Algebra MATH 230 Elementary Linear Algebra
PHIL 300 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 110 Great Philosophical Questions
PHIL 310 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 240 Ethics
PHYS 350 General Physics PHYS 100 + 100L Introductory Physics I + Lab
PHYS 360 General Physics PHYS 101 + 101L Introductory Physics II + Lab
PSYC 300 General Principles PSYC 101 General Psychology
PSYC 310 Biological Psychology PSYC 270 Biological Psychology
PSYC 330 Intro Stats for Behavioral Sci PSYC 260 Psychological Statistics
PSYC 356 Human Sexuality PSYC 331 Psychology of Sexuality
PSYC 370 Human Development: A Life Span PSYC 350 Human Development: A Life Span
PSYC 372 Child Development PSYC 312 Child Development
PSYC 480 Honors General Principles PSYC 101 General Psychology
RUSS 401 Elementary Russian RUSS 101 First Semester Russian
RUSS 402 Elementary Russian RUSS 202 Second Semester Russian
RUSS 411 Intermediate Russian RUSS 201 Third Semester Russian
SOC 300 Introductory Sociology SOC 150 Intro to Sociology
SOC 480 Introductory Sociology- Honors SOC 150 Intro to Sociology
SPAN 401 Elementary Spanish SPAN 101 First Semester Spanish
SPAN 402 Elementary Spanish SPAN 102 Second Semester Spanish
SPAN 411 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 201 Third Semester Spanish
SPAN 412 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 202 Fourth Semester Spanish
SPEECH 301 Public Speaking RHET 103 Public Speaking
STAT 300 Intro Probability & Statistics MATH 101 Elementary Statistics
STAT 480 Intro to Prob & Stats- Honors MATH 101 Elementary Statistics
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