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Guided Pathways: Guided Pathways: Transfer faster

Interdisciplinary reading list to support General Education Pathways' Social Justice and Sustainability paths.

General Education Pathways: A clear path to timely graduation and transfer while belonging to a research community

The scales of justice formed by peopleDesigned to guide students along an efficient path toward graduation, the General Education Pathways program allows students to choose a theme - either social justice or sustainability - and to be part of a research community.

heart-shaped tree in a fieldStudents are required to complete four transferable classes, or 12 units, for special recognition at graduation and a notation on their transcript, diploma or certificate.The program is open to all students regardless of GPA and students may leave the program at any time.

Enroll in General Education Pathways by completing this application. Contact Prof. Denise Erickson at ericksond@smccd.edu with any questions or for more information.

GE Pathways classes for Fall 2019

Social Justice path

  • ANTH 110: Marshall

  • ART 103, 104: Erickson

  • COMM 110: Kaven

  • DRAM 140: Budd

  • ECE 212: Palma/Hall

  • ENGL 100: Clay/Maher/Palmer/Terzakis

  • ENGL 110: Maher/Terzakis/Wiley

  • ENGL/LING 200: Harmon

  • ENVS 115: Mahoney

  • ESL 400: Taveau

  • FITN 334: Miladinova

  • HIST 100, 201, 202: Stanford

  • HIST 245: Field

  • MATH 200: Hoffman

  • MUS 210, 240: Meckler

  • PHIL 100, 240: Eck

  • PLSC 210, 310: Ware

  • SOC 100, 105, 141: Lee

  • SPAN 131, 132, 140: Harmon

Sustainability path

  • ANTH 110, 125: Marshall

  • ART 101, 104: Erickson

  • ASTR 100: Elteto

  • BIOL 100: Thomson

  • ENGL 100: Palmer/Terzakis

  • ENGL 165: Clay

  • ENVS 115: Mahoney

  • HIST 106, 202: Field

  • MATH 200: Hoffman

  • MUS 240: Meckler

  • OCEN 100, 101: Kirchoff-Stein

  • PHIL 240: Eck

Classes in both pathways

  • ANTH 110: Marshall

  • ART 104: Erickson

  • ENGL 100: Clay/Palmer/Terzakis

  • ENVS 115: Mahoney

  • HIST 202: Stanford/Field

  • MUS 240: Meckler

  • PHIL 240: Eck

American History & Life database

Ethnographic Video Online

Science in Context database

Opposing Viewpoints database

Reading lists about social justice

Reading lists about sustainability

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